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Captain O'Connor led the spring 1936 Pingry Tennis team to a solid 6-4 season, with four boys earning letters for their outstanding play. The members worked to improve their game throughout the season.
The spring 1932 Tennis team had a great deal to live up to in Pingry's 1931 State Championship team, but they proved themselves capable despite the graduation of last year's three top players. The team rose to the challenge ...
The 1935 Tennis played capable tennis this spring, though as linking them to top the combined 19-3 records of the past two Pingry netsters would have been asking a great deal. They persevered, however, and gave their best ...
With a record of 11-0, the 1931 Pingry Tennis team was unstoppable this season in every match. Pingry's all-conquering netmen brought their fantastic season to a close with a resounding victory of Lawrenceville to gain a ...
The 1938 Tennis team was one of the most well-rounded squads in years, competing well in both singles and doubles competition and capturing the State Prep Group III Championship. The returning members hope to keep up this ...
Captained by Dick Bender, the 1940 Tennis team played admirably under the pressure and bright lights of living up to the past two seasons' State Champion teams. Rising to the challenge, the players left it all on the court ...
The 1939 Tennis team battled poor weather and a tough schedule with great success this season. Highlights came late in the season with big wins against Morristown and Montclair Academy, and a second place finish in the ...
Though the 1937-1938 Tennis team had only two returning lettermen in Captain Dick O'Connor and Bill Benedict, Jr., the squad had a bright outlook and enjoyed a successful season.
The spring 1934 Tennis team was another strong one in the noble history of Pingry tennis. The boys played with determination and enthusiasm each and every week and in the end compiled a sparkling 9-2 record.
The 1946 Varsity Tennis team finished their season with a 3-4 record. Although a bit below .500, the players showed fine spirit and willingness to play hard even though the odds were against them in several matches.