He is one of ten Pingry squash players who currently own Top 50 U.S. Squash national rankings for their age group—just one of the many signs of national success for the Pingry squash program.
In the prior 33 years of the national championship race, no Pingry runner had ever been among the qualifiers—until now!
Celebrating 140 years of publishing, the Upper School student newspaper covers news, sports, arts, science, and opinions.
The fourth-grade student is performing in the musical "Little Miss Sunshine" at Second Stage Theatre in New York.
Pingry now has an amazing five-year success in this prestigious competition for research in science and mathematics.
Pingry brought home its second consecutive state title on Saturday with a win at the NJSIAA Non-Public B State Championships at Holmdel Park. It marks the ninth overall state championship for the boys of Big Blue cross country, a record of success that ties Pingry for the sixth most titles in New Jersey state history.
The talented freshman is one of just four girls in the country who participated in both the U-14 and U-15 national team training camps run by U.S. Soccer.
The team captured the NJISAA Prep A State Championship on the course at Blair Academy. It is the fourteenth overall State Prep Championship for the girls' cross-country team, and their eighth in the last ten years.
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