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Bouncing back from a disappointing season last year, the Tennis squad under the leadership of Bill Tilden regained its winning ways in the 1961 season with a strong record of ten wins and only three losses.
Retaining all but one of last year's talented squad, the 1962 Tennis team cruised to an undefeated 13-0 record. Ably coached by Mr. Boocock and captained by Rick Bowe, the team won the George School Tournament and shared ...
The Pingry Tennis team compiled a record of six wins against three losses and a first place finish in the George School Tournament over a two month stretch of undesirable weather. However the weather might have affected ...
The Big Blue Tennis team ended a very successful season with a record of 8-2 and a second place finish at the Lawrenceville Invitational. The team achieved this success despite having only two returning lettermen from last ...
The 1958 Tennis team had a remarkable year, turning in a strong 7-2 season and winning the Union County Championship. The team's victorious year is in part due to the immense dedication that the players have for the sport.
The 1959 Tennis team finished their season with a 6-5 record and second and third place finished in the Independent School Tourney and the George School Invitational, respectively.
Suffering from the loss of several key players, this year's Tennis team had a tough rebuilding year. A bright spot in an otherwise mediocre season, Pingry's netmen placed second in the Lawrenceville Tournament. The season ...
The 1961-1962 Tennis Team
Undefeated with a 12-0 season record, they led Big Blue to capture the George School Invitational Tournament and to become New Jersey Independent Schools Athletic Association Tennis Co-Champions.