Todd E. Gibby ’87
1987 Centennial Cup Winner Excels In Soccer, Ice Hockey And Lacrosse. A natural leader and strong three-sport athlete, Todd Gibby captained the ice hockey team for two years and was the senior captain of the soccer team. He was a three-year letter winner in soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse. Todd was a standout soccer player earning First Team All-County honors in his junior and senior years, First Team All-State Private as a junior, and First Team All-State honors when the team record was 13-1-3 during his senior year. He was instrumental in leading his teams to the State Prep A Division co-championship in his junior year and a co-championship in the Somerset County Soccer Tournament in his senior year. On the ice, Todd helped guide his hockey team to the New Jersey State Prep B title during his senior year and earned First Team All-State Private honors. In lacrosse, he earned Third Team All-State and Second Team All-Area accolades as a senior and All-Area Honorable Mention as a junior. Todd was a member of the NJ North-South High School Senior All-Star games in both soccer and lacrosse. In 1987, his senior year at Pingry, Todd was awarded the Centennial Cup for his “outstanding ability, sportsmanship, spirit and leadership.” Upon graduation, Todd attended Dartmouth College where he played varsity soccer and lacrosse. Dartmouth won the Ivy League soccer title twice while he as a member of the team and they advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division I tournament during his senior year. For his achievements and contributions on and off the soccer field, Todd was presented with Dartmouth’s Norman Grant Clark Award. He played for the USISL professional soccer team, the Philadelphia Freedom, after college.