Athletic Updates

  • Connor Donovan '13 make first college start as pitcher

    Posted April 23, 2014

    Connor Donovan ’13 made his first college start as a pitcher; five hits, three runs and six strikeouts in seven full innings vs Coppin State in a 4-3 win in Hanover, MD on Tuesday, April 22.

  • Yangeng "Jerry" Jiang strong in MCT tennis

    Posted April 22, 2014
    Pennington's Yangeng "Jerry" Jiang

    There were a few upsets throughout the five draws in the MCT tennis tournament today, but the top two seeds are still in each of the draws. At first singles, Pennington’s Jerry Jiang, who finished the 2013 tournament in second place, will meet PDS’s Anupreeth Coramutla in the semifinals. Second seed John Hu of WW-PS will face Notre Dame’s Eric Biscoveanu in the other semifinal. Pennington completed the day in a respectable 7th place on nine points. The tournament continues on Thursday at Mercer County Park.

  • NJ.Com: Pennington girls' lacrosse defeats Solebury

    Posted April 22, 2014

    Long, Carugati, Pinado and Pitarresi lead girls' lax to win over Solebury.

  • Pennington defeats PDS in varsity baseball

    Posted April 21, 2014
    Sandro Kovalcik photo courtesy of Jim Inverso

    Pennington's varsity baseball team put together a stellar offensive performance against their rival Princeton Day School today. The Red Raiders jumped out to an early 1-0 lead after Austin Sumners tripled and Michael Ratner doubled.

  • Back to their winning ways

    Posted April 20, 2014

    Pennington varsity baseball got back to winning ways with an 8-4 extra-inning victory over West Windsor Plainsboro-South High School on Saturday morning. The Red Raiders jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the third as Derek Hullings singled in a run and scored on a ground ball. RBI hits by Moses Vigo and Ben Kramer in the sixth extended the lead to 4-0, but South responded immediately to tie the game. The Red Raider bats came alive again in the top of the ninth when Tom Pecora led off with a triple to deep right field and scored on a Drew Panson single. Following a bunt single by Austin Sumners, Mike Ratner tripled to give the Raiders a 7-4 lead. Patrick Nelson’s sacrifice fly proved to be more than enough as Derek Hullings and Tom Pecora combined to get the last three outs and secure Pennington’s sixth victory of the year. Mike Clancy pitched 5 strong innings along with 4 other Pennington pitcher’s who allowed only 5 hits. It is a solid win for the Red Raiders, as they get ready to face PDS on Monday.

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