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    • Charles A. Louria ’77 

      Pingry Excellence was Just the Beginning Charlie Louria played three sports during his time at Pingry: soccer, wrestling, and lacrosse. Charlie excelled on the wrestling mat and was team captain. He was known to ...
    • Peter B. Jones, Jr. '77 

      Three-Sport Captain Broke Cross Country Records. One of PIngry’s fastest runners and a pitching ace, Peter Jones earned 10 varsity letters for cross country, winter track, and baseball. In cross country, ...
    • Sara Tindall‐Woodman ‘97 

      Track and Cross Country Star Broke Records. An accomplished runner who earned nine varsity letters during her Pingry career, Sara Tindall ran with such heart that some called her “The Animal” because of her ...
    • Hughes Westcott “Scotty” Cunningham ’38 

      All-State Athlete in Basketball Baseball, and Football and Winner of 13 Varsity Letters in Four Sports Outstanding athlete, former headmaster, and parent of two Pingry graduates, “Scotty” Cunningham lettered at Pingry ...
    • Christina A. Barba ’98 

      Excelled to Become Captain of Three Teams Whether she was playing field hockey, ice hockey, or lacrosse, Christina Barba treated each sport as her favorite, earning 12 varsity letters and numerous honors. She ...
    • J. Michael Lalley 

      Athletic Trainer Devoted Decades to Caring for Students. For 33 years, beginning in 1973, Pingry students benefited from John Michael Lalley’s knowledge in the training room, on the athletic fields, and in the ...
    • 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. ...
    • F. Whitney Jaeger ’34 

      Rubber Legs, Born to Run Whit Jaeger entered Pingry in 1930, and an extraordinary era in Pingry athletics began soon thereafter. From 1930 to 1933, Pingry played 27 football games, and the opposition was held scoreless ...
    • Jill S. Tirpack ’80 

      All-American High School Athlete National Junior Olympic Swimmer Jill Tirpack began her Pingry athletic career when she entered the school in her sophomore year. She was a dedicated and skillful athlete, earning Varsity ...
    • Charles B. Atwater ’31 

      From Athlete to Headmaster Charles “Charlie” Atwater embodied the spirit of Pingry throughout his life from his athletic and academic prowess as a student to his leadership style as Pingry’s headmaster. Charlie played ...
    • 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 ...
    • Thomas S. Boyer 

      Tom Boyer’s coaching and teaching at Pingry embody excellence and honor. During his tenure as Head Coach of the Varsity Football Team (1984 to 2000), he was known for producing teams who had, in his words, “a powerful ...
    • Cathleen Pace Lazor ’88 

      Field Hockey Star Leads Team During Memorable Season Distinguished as the second female student body president, Cathleen Pace spent her time competing on the field hockey, lacrosse, and basketball teams. She received ...
    • 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 ...
    • Guy Harrington Leedom ’54 

      Gridiron Captain, Superb on the Baseball Diamond, Skillful on the Basketball Court Seven Varsity letters, a state basketball championship, and an undefeated football season are just a sampling of the accomplishments ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • John Emery “Lank” Seibert ’29 

      Gentleman, Sportsman, and Pingry’s First Basketball Star. In his junior year at Pingry, Lank Seibert played on the great 1928 team which won 15 of 19 games, and he captained the squad his senior year. His Pingry ...
    • Vincent L. Lesneski 

      Pingry Coach 1930-1973 Dynamic, Rough And Tumble...And Caring. One of the most significant milestones in Pingry’s athletic history was the hiring of Vincent L. Lesneski as Director of Physical Education. Together, ...
    • William G. Ambrose 

      Cross Country And Fencing Coach’s Teams Made History. Upon joining the mathematics faculty in the fall of 1965, Coach Ambrose was instrumental in establishing cross country and fencing at Pingry. The cross ...