Now showing items 1816-1835 of 1874

    • John H Emery, Jr. ’44 

      Gifted Athlete and All-State Gridiron Player Who Knew the True Meaning of Sportsmanship. This outstanding Pingry athlete’s consummate love for sports, his superior natural ability, competitive spirit and powers ...
    • John H. Laporte, Jr. ’63 

      Nine-Letter Man Excels in His Chosen Sports. In the 1963 Bluebook, John “Jack” Laporte wrote that Pingry offers challenges that will prepare each student better for later life. Jack faced each of his athletic challenges ...
    • John Manvel ’39 

      Three Sport Athlete Succeeds Year Round. The 1939 Bluebook describes John as “consistently prominent in all school activities.” This description is most appropriate for his athletic record in which John proved ...
    • John R. Dufford, Jr. 

      Brings Girls’ Tennis to Prominence. Jack Dufford, English teacher, College Counselor, Dean of Boys, and Coach, dedicated his years at Pingry to inspiring excellence in both his students and players. He was an ...
    • John Witte, Jr. '78 

      Three-Sport Athlete Recognized for Size and Speed. John Witte won seven varsity letters in football, wrestling, and lacrosse, and achieved success thanks to his agility and coordination. Friends and teammates admired ...
    • Joseph North Jr. ’46 

      Versatile Athlete, Baseball Captain, Three Letter Man. An accomplished and multi-talented athlete, Joe North’s prowess in football, baseball, and swimming set an envious record that won him six varsity letters. ...
    • Judy Lee 

      Coached state championship Field Hockey and Swimming Teams. Judy Lee was a two-sport coach throughout her 31-year tenure as a math teacher in the Pingry Upper School. She was beloved by her teams, holding ...
    • Katharine C. Outcalt '87 

      Captain of Soccer, Basketball, and Lacrosse Teams. Demonstrating exceptional moral conduct in three sports, Katharine C. Outcalt earned respect from coaches and peers. She has been recognized for her natural athletic ...
    • Kimberly Susko ’97 

      Varsity Starter Helped Lead Field Hockey to Championships. Kim Susko was in the starting varsity lineup every year during high school, from the fall of 1993 to the fall of 1996. During those four season, she ...
    • Kyle P. Coleman ’80 

      Accomplished in Three Sports, All-State Softball Catcher, and a Leader Among Pingry’s First Women Athletes. When Pingry became co-educational in 1974, the doors opened to a succession of distinguished female ...
    • Laney Bevill '89 

      Multi-Sport Captain Inspired Her Teammates Through Selflessness A joyful competitor who excelled in soccer and lacrosse, Laney Bevill brought speed, intensity, and the spirit of teamwork to every game. During her ...
    • Leslie S. Buck ’64 

      Nine Letters at Pingry Were Just the Beginning for Les. Truly a man for all seasons, Les Buck excelled in soccer, basketball, and tennis while at Pingry, capturing nine letters in total. He went on to play both soccer ...
    • Leslie T. Campbell ’78 

      Nine Varsity Letters, Softball Captain, All-State Prep “A” Field Hockey Team. After she was selected to the All-State Prep “A” and All-Union County “A” Field Hockey teams in 1977, The Pingry Record said of Leslie ...
    • Mahlon M. Scott ’45 

      Unlimited Talent on the Playing Fields and a Sparkplug in Three Sports. Winner of seven major letters, three for baseball and two each for football and basketball, this talented athlete distinguished himself in ...
    • Marc W. Murphy ’69 

      Track and Cross Country Captain Set Numerous Records. The Pingry Record (1969) called Marc Murphy “one of the finest individual runners ever to perform at Pingry.” His involvement in track spanned his high school ...
    • Mark Robert McLaughlin ’83 

      Pingry Wrestler Pins Winning Record. Mark McLaughlin’s sensational athletic abilities were brought to fruition on Pingry’s football, wrestling, and lacrosse teams. As a member of those teams, he was the recipient ...
    • Mather Kimball “Kim” Whitehead ’31 

      Outstanding Athlete, Scholar and Friend. Winner of the coveted ‘02 Emblem, Kim Whitehead personified the meaning of school spirit and fellowship. His prowess as an athlete was matched only by his accomplishments ...
    • Maxwell R. Marston ’11 

      Masterful Amateur Golfer Who Defeated The Great Bobby Jones. During his Pingry years, Maxwell Marston played hockey, baseball and tennis, earning nine Varsity letters total. He was captain of the hockey and baseball ...
    • Michael Spirito ’75 

      Exceptional Lacrosse Player Had a Passion For All Sports. Michael Spirito liked setting records. As a member of the Pingry lacrosse team, he made first team attack on the All-State team and was selected for the ...
    • Miller A. Bugliari ’52 

      Demanding Coach, Charismatic Leader, Sensitive Counselor. Miller and Pingry are inseparable. With his career far from complete, he has already joined Reese Williams and Vince Lesneski as one of Pingry’s legendary ...