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Jacob Totah '18 speaks with Parker Towns '18, named Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week on Sept. 3. In a thin loss to state champs Desoto, 41-36, Towns threw for a career-high 365 yards and two touchdowns in Jesuit's season-opening setback to Texas state-ranked No. 2 DeSoto on September 1. The senior completed 35-of-55 pass attempts, commanding an offense...
Once upon a time, Matthew Upton was graduating from Jesuit as a member of the class of '02. Now, fifteen years later, he has returned as the head coach of the rugby team. Coach Upton was recently appointed to the new head coaching position and is excited to go to work. Coach Upton grew up in Dallas and attended St....
With a rhythmic beat, the oars slice into the water, propelling the boat of exhausted rowers closer to the finish line. After a myriad of successful seasons developing the Jesuit crew program, which produced four appearances in the US National Youth Championship, head Jesuit crew coach, John Fife, will depart from Jesuit after six years. "I am returning back to...
This week, The Roundup sat down with the four senior football captains and asked them about their expectations for the upcoming football season.
Before he played at Brown University and with the Mavericks this summer, Steven Spieth '13 was just a regular student here at Jesuit. Just like his brother Jordan Spieth '11, he's a world class athlete, and this summer, he's been hanging around campus honing in his skills. So, I was able to sit down with him and ask him some...
“We remember that when you’re around Rufe Brewton, you always felt a little bit better.” Every year, one Jesuit Dallas alumnus is honored for his athletic achievements during his time at Jesuit, and is given the Jesuit Dallas Gold Ranger Award.  This past May, the man honored was Rufe Brewton, class of 1955. Rufe Brewton was a baseball player in...
This past year, Jesuit Dallas inducted four alumni into the Jesuit Dallas Sports Hall of Fame to recognize their contributions to Jesuit’s sports programs and their achievements after graduating from Jesuit’s halls. One of those inductees was Kyle Wilson, Class of 2002. Kyle Wilson was a basketball player during his time at Jesuit and helped lead the Rangers to their...
Excelling in one sport? Remarkable. Excelling in two? Rare. Excelling in three? Nearly unheard of. But Bernie Hogan, of the Jesuit class of 1976, managed to do just that during his time here. He was a two-time all state football player, a two-time all state baseball player, and a two year letterman in basketball. He was given the Leo Ostick...

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