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2016-2017 Soccer - Boys
Captains Gaynor, Ikoro, Kraham, and Martin led the 2016 Boys' Soccer team to a strong 12-5-1 record and a second place finish in the tough Somerset County Tournament.
2007-2008 Soccer - Boys
The Pingry Boys team enjoyed a fantastic season this year, ending with a stellar record of 18-1. The team succeeded in becoming the Colonial Hills Conference Champions and grabbed the number one ranking in Somerset County. ...
2015-2016 Soccer - Boys
Pingry's Boys Soccer team has a very successful 2015 season, finishing with a strong 12-4-3 record. Led by captains Phil Zachary and Jack DeLaney, the boys captured both the Skylands Conference and Somerset County titles.
2008-2009 Soccer - Boys
With a record of 19-0-1, the Boys Soccer enjoyed an immensely successful season this year filled with impressive achievements. The team toppled Delbarton to become number one in the state and placed first in the State North ...
2009-2010 Soccer - Boys
Despite losing several key players to graduation, the Pingry Boys Soccer team came out with force this season and achieved another superb record of 16-1-1. Although the boys lost in overtime to Pope John in the State finals, ...
2012-2013 Soccer - Boys
The Big Blue Boys team had a strong season, winning the Skyland conference and grabbing the NJ prep-A NJSIAA South Sectional title. The team also competed in the Gateway City Classic in St. Louis, Missouri for the first ...
2013-2014 Soccer - Boys
Despite losing some valuable players this season, the Boys Soccer team was able to overcome the lack of experience and have a great year with a record of fifteen wins, five losses, and one tie.
2014-2015 Soccer - Boys
The Boys Soccer team displayed their talent in another great season this year with a spectacular record of 18-3-2. They won the Conference, County, and State tournaments. Coupled with the team's immensely successful season, ...
2017-2018 Soccer - Boys
Finishing with a #9 ranking in the state, the 2017 Boys' Soccer Team was Somerset County Co-Champions, the program's eighth win or tie in the last 10 county tournaments.