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The Pingry School has a long and distinguished history of outstanding athletics. Our student-athletes are held to the highest of standards. They strive for excellence in sportsmanship, becoming bonded teammates through their wins and losses, and embody a commitment to integrity in all they do. 

To be a Pingry athlete is to be brilliant on and off the field.


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Meet our Winter 2023 Student Athletes

Ngozi Nnaeto '24, Basketball

Ngozi Nnaeto '24 opened up her senior season with a triple-double, scoring 10 points and collecting 10 rebounds and 12 steals in a convincing win at Montgomery on December 14. After back-to-back 150+ rebound seasons, Ngozi is ready to dominate and help Big Blue make a playoff run this winter! 

Charlotte Diemar '24, Ice Hockey

Charlotte Diemar '24 set the Pingry Girls Varsity Ice Hockey single-season point scoring record during her sophomore season in 2021-22, scoring 28 goals and 11 assists in 13 games, including five hat tricks! Charlotte followed up that unprecedented campaign by leading her team to the 2023 NJ State Finals in the Prudential Center.

Morgan Dwyer '25 & McKenna Dwyer '24, Field Hockey

The Dwyer sisters are a lethal 1-2 punch for opposing field hockey teams, combining for 78 points in 2022. Morgan and McKenna also team up as three-sport athletes (field hockey, basketball, lacrosse) and are both already committed to the admissions process at NCAA programs (Columbia University and Williams College, respectively).

Joshua Woodford '24, Football

Josh put up video game stats in 2022, playing in only five games, yet amassing 950 yards on 95 carries for 190 yards per game.

Leila Souayah '25 & Isabelle Chen '25, Girls' Tennis

Leila and Isabelle earned a permanent spot in the New Jersey High School athletics history books in 2022, becoming the first-ever back-to-back doubles state champions.

Maya Nuwayhid '26, Girls' Soccer

As a freshman, Maya was an elite scoring talent, notching 20 goals and adding 12 assists as Big Blue advanced to the Non-Public A State Final.

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