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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 Spring 2023 Student Athletes

Eshaan Golchha '24

Eshaan finished his junior season strong, with three sub-40 rounds in a row, including a match-low 37 vs. Skyland Conference rival Hillsborough to lead Pingry to a 2-stroke victory. He's brought that same level of play into his senior season, already posting a 38 in Big Blue's first win of the season vs. Gill St. Bernard's in early April.

Miles Kelly '24

Miles enters his senior season with a long list of achievements including Conference, County, Prep A, and Non-Public Championships, along with an individual Overall State Championship at first Doubles. Miles and his teammates enter the 2024 season with an NJ.com #3 ranking and will look to defend... lots of titles! 

Sophia Deeney '24

Sophia will be running for Emory University next year, and is fresh off of setting a new school record as part of Pingry's Distance Medley Relay team at the New Balance Nationals in Boston just before Spring Break. 

Milligan Clark-Schoeb '24 & Campbell Clark-Schoeb '26

The Clark-Schoeb sisters contributed a combined 33 goals last season as Pingry Girls Lacrosse reached the NJ.com #1 ranking for the first time in program history, leading to an appearance in the state final!

Ella Royster '26

Ella burst onto the NJ high school softball scene last year by going 3-for-3 in her first game, blasting two homeruns and collecting 6 RBI in a 10-0 rout of Somerville. She ended up leading the team in RBI (22) while posting an impressive .357 batting average.

Kailar Ahn '24

Last Spring, "Kailar Clutch" batted in the winning run in the NJSIAA tournament opener, a 3-2 win over #9 Union Catholic, and homered in the Prep A Tournament, helping Big Blue secure a 5-1 victory over state powerhouse The Hun School.

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