Now showing items 1867-1874 of 1874

    • Vincent L. Lesneski 

      Pingry Coach 1930-1973 Dynamic, Rough And Tumble...And Caring. One of the most significant milestones in Pingry’s athletic history was the hiring of Vincent L. Lesneski as Director of Physical Education. Together, ...
    • Walter D. Long ’63 

      Leadership On And Off The Fields. According to his peers, Walter Long ‘63 invested himself in athletics the same way he invested himself in academics and all other aspects of school life. In the words of one ...
    • Warren S. Kimber III ’76 

      All-State Prep Soccer Team Member Centennial Cup Winner. Warren Kimber has unquestionably distinguished himself as a Pingry athlete, earning nine Varsity letters in three sports: soccer, basketball and golf. ...
    • William D. Prevost '67 

      Five-Letter Athlete Excels In Multiple Sports. William “Bill” Prevost earned five varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball while at Pingry. “Nearly impossible to stop on defense and offense,” ...
    • William G. Ambrose 

      Cross Country And Fencing Coach’s Teams Made History. Upon joining the mathematics faculty in the fall of 1965, Coach Ambrose was instrumental in establishing cross country and fencing at Pingry. The cross ...
    • William J. Corbet ’21 

      Pingry’s Greatest Athlete. Bill Corbet was fast, agile and above all, had an intense competitive spirit When he lost, he was never defeated. He loved athletics, relished competition, and even as an eighth ...
    • William Tatlock ’52 

      Gridiron Captain, Four-Sport Letterman, Record-Setting Basketball Player and Scholar. On and off the playing field, Bill Tatlock proved himself to be one of those rare individuals who can combine fine athletic ability ...
    • William “Red” Alley, Jr. ’48 

      William “Red” Alley Is One Of Few Three Letter Athletes In His Class. According to the 1948 Blue Book, William “Red” Alley was best known for his accomplishments on the athletic field, where he earned ten Varsity ...