The senior linebacker is among the 90 players chosen to play in the June 23 game, a premier showcase for NJ high school football talent.
Tatiana is the 30th recipient of the Henry G. Stifel III '83 Award, presented to an individual at Pingry who has overcome adversity and exhibited qualities of "courage, endurance, optimism, compassion, and spirit."
The Pingry graduate won his first two NCAA individual medals, he qualified as a First Team All-American in five events, and he led the University of Georgia in points scored as the Bulldogs finished fifth in the team competition.
Nick's portrait of his sister Natalie '20 was on display for the Somerset County Youth Art Month Exhibit.
The annual Art Faculty Exhibition is currently on view in the Hostetter Gallery on the Basking Ridge Campus through May 2. The exhibition features work in a variety of media from all of the Middle and Upper School studio art teachers including Jane Asch, Miles Boyd, Peter Delman, Jane Edwards, Rich Freiwald, Jane Kunzman, and Rebecca Feranec-Sullivan.
A member of Secretary of State John Kerry's Policy Planning Staff, Ms. Nakagawa spoke about the Honor Code's place in her personal and professional lives.
The Pingry squash captain has received the US Squash DeRoy Sportsmanship Award, recognizing him as the young man who best embodied the spirit of sportsmanship on and off the court throughout his junior career.
The veteran coach is honored by The Star-Ledger after a season in which the girls of Big Blue swimming swept both the Non-Public "B" and the Prep "A" State Championships.
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