Browsing Athletics by Subject "Tansey, J. Donald, (Don), 1967"
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Although the Varsity Tennis team lost three of its first six starters from last year's squad, they overcame this loss with good depth and ended up with a very successful and satisfying season, turning in a record of 7-4-1.
Founded for the 1943-1944 school year, the Varsity Club is composed of all boys who have won letters in any sport. This is one of the few organization at Pingry that is not open to all boys; it is available only for that ...
This year's Cross Country team, paced by returning talent as well as some new faces, did admirably in competition during its second year of existence. The team compiled a 5-4 record and earned a fifth place finish in the States.
The 1967 Tennis team faced dim prospects after losing six of last year's starters, but, as it turned out, their depth was much greater than foreseen, as the Pingry netmen turned in one of the great tennis teams in school ...