|Golf shoots record-low round to take Prep A title|
Senior Stefan Cygan shot a dominating 6-under par 66 to capture medalist honors at the NJISAA Prep A Tournament on Thursday and his Peddie teammates added solid rounds to card a four-player total of 286, cruising to a 19-stroke victory over runnerup Seton Hall Prep at the Peddie Golf Club.
|Sangu Delle '06 named Soros Fellow|
Sangu Delle ’06 has been awarded the prestigious Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. The two-year fellowship will allow Delle to study in a joint JD/MBA program at Harvard University in the fall.
|Softball wins state title in dramatic finish|
Junior Olivia Bundschuh delivered a two-out, two-run double in the sixth inning and freshman pitcher Carly Hattman came through in the clutch, leading the Falcons to a 5-3 victory over The Hun School yesterday to capture the NJISAA Prep A championship.
|Peddie junior noted for work on Princeton's "3-D printed ear" project |
EXP Science Program student Ziwen Jiang '14 has been noted for his integral contribution to the Princeton 3-D printed ear project in an article posted to Princeton University's website. Using 3-D printing tools, scientists at Princeton University have created a functional ear that can "hear" radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability.
|Golf captures Mercer County Tournament|
The Peddie golf team claimed its second consecutive Mercer County Tournament, and sophomore Kyle Sterbinsky won medalist honors in a playoff on Tuesday at Mercer Oaks West's par-72, 7,053-yard layout.
|A beautiful day to celebrate|
The sun was shining, the temps were in the cool 60s, and the grass was…GREEN! Students, parents, faculty, alumni and trustees gathered on center campus on a beautiful Saturday to toast Head of School John Green, who will be leaving Peddie at the end of this school year.