B. Victor Pfeiffer, Jr. ’67
Inter-Scholastic and Inter-Collegiate All-American, Three-Sport Letterman and ‘02 Emblem Winner Winner of ten athletic letters, Vic Pfeiffer was a three-season athlete who distinguished himself i football, swimming, and baseball. This three-year letterman in baseball was equally comfortable on the football field where, as quarterback in his senior year, he led Big Blue to a 6-1 season record, surrendering its single loss to Delbarton 14-13. He excelled in swimming. As team Captain, four-year letterman, and two-time Union County Championship winner, he was named an Inter-Scholastic All-American Swimmer and was ranked second in the East in the 50-yard freestyle. Deeply involved in the life of the school, he served as a member of Pingry’s Student Council, as Class Vice President, and in his senior year, as President of the Student Body. He was co-founder of the Pingry Varsity Club and at graduation was awarded both the Centennial Cup and the coveted Class of 1902 Emblem. During his first year at Wesleyan University, he continued as quarterback and led the Freshman Team to claim the Little Three Championship. Also, as a four-year swimmer at Wesleyan, he earned Inter-Collegiate All-American honors as a sophomore and went on to lead the team as Captain in his senior year.