Pennington's boys' swim team picked up impressive post-season recognition via NJ.Com's 2020 swim season recap.
Pennington Swimming had a remarkable season! Boys' Varsity Swimming team finished 7-1 and Girls' Varsity finished 6-2 in dual meets. Seven new pool records and five new boys' Mercer County records were set. The Boys' team won the MCT Championship by three points and Pennington Girls' varsity team placed first overall in points (for A & B division) for the first time ever at the NJISAA State meet. In addition, Pennington boys won their third NJISAA State Prep B Championship in a row, making it the eleventh in program history.
Pennington Swimming is enjoying the trip out to Franklin & Marshall College's Kunkel Aquatic Center/McGinness Pool for the Easterns Prep Nationals Swim Meet taking place this weekend.
Jay Jackson scored 38 points and Ethan Pires added 13 points to pace Pennington to a 67-56 win over Morristown-Beard in the first round of the NJISAA Prep B basketball tournament on Sunday, February 9 in Pennington.
Pennington's Varsity Girls' Swim team had to bounce back quickly following Saturday's Mercer County Tournament championship and put on their best racing faces for today's NJISAA swim championships.