Pedro Dolabella ’17, who plays men’s soccer for Marshall University in West Virginia, was recently named Conference USA’s scholar athlete of the year for men’s soccer. The honor is awarded based on academic and athletic achievement and service.
Ian Albuquerque ’20 was named the 2021 Seton Hall co-freshman male scholar-athlete of the year. Albuquerque plays for Seton Hall’s men’s soccer team, which won the 2020 Big East championship last year.
After thousands of practices and nearly 800 games, the Pennington School's turf field has been extensively upgraded. The original turf field, named for recently retired longtime faculty member Tom Liwosz, was purchased second-hand in 2009 from the New York Jets training facility. Ever since, the field has been an essential resource for Pennington's athletics program and home to some of our School's most honored annual traditions and community celebrations. It is a place where our students, families, alumni, and friends joyfully come together and share their Pennington pride.
Nicholas D’Amour ’19 will be competing in the Tokyo Olympic Games in archery. Nicholas, who is currently ranked third in the world in the men’s recurve division, will represent the US Virgin Islands.
The following senior student-athletes carried the torch each day into their games and practices this spring. They each made their mark on Pennington Athletics as they contributed to the growth of their respective teams.