On November 11, seven Pennington seniors signed NCAA National Letters of Intent to play Division I sports in college. The students are Jack Borden (soccer, Lafayette College), David Curtiss (swimming, NC State University), Kylie Daigle (soccer, Rutgers University), Ben Eckerson (swimming, Virginia Tech), Oliver Gassman (swimming, University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Jordan Mahony (soccer, American University), and Babacar Niang (soccer, Wake Forest University).
In September 2020, Pennington completed an extensive renovation of the Michael T. Martin Aquatic Center pool. Originally built in 1962, the pool was upgraded over the years, but this was the first full renovation of the facility
Senior Sammi Moonay supplied her team and her eight fellow seniors with a goal to remember as Pennington defeated The Hun School 1-0 on Senior Night.
A penalty kick goal by senior Kylie Daigle in the first half of today's match versus number-one ranked Hunterdon Central gave Pennington a lead that it would not give up.
Senior Stas Korzeniowski scored two first half goals to lead Pennington to a 2-0 win over Princeton Day School on Saturday, October 17.