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Two-Time wrestling state champion; state champion in rugby; player for the football DFW All-Star Game; winner of the “Men for Others” award. These are all achievements of Matt Upton ’02, a three-sport athlete and Jesuit graduate. Now, Matt can add “Inductee to the Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame” to his list of achievements. Every year, Jesuit elects a few former...
It’s safe to say that everybody at Jesuit knows Coach Wunderlick. After coaching football for a number of years, he’s a local celebrity at Jesuit. He’s won a state title and many other awards, and now he can add one more to his repertoire: the 2016 Gold Ranger Award. Awarded for his time as both a player and coach, Coach...
Every year, the Jesuit Blue and Gold Sports Hall of Fame selects four alumni to be inducted into a very selective group of men who excelled in athletics at their Alma Mater. Each member gives a heartwarming speech at the induction ceremony, thanking a long list of people who helped him obtain such an honor. He is then presented...
One of the 2015 Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame inductees is Omar Jenkins, a star wide receiver for the Rangers in 1998 and 1999. Omar’s brilliant career at Jesuit allowed him to receive multiple Division 1 offers and even make his way to the NFL. In addition to his exploits on the football field, Omar Jenkins, Class of 2000, also...
To some, he is Dad, to others, he is Coach, and even to some, he is a best friend. Thousands of people have encountered Gary Pasqua ’55 in his time as both a coach and student at Jesuit, and there is one thing they can all agree on: nobody is more deserving of the Gold Ranger Award than himself. As a...
Invictus “I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul.” -Ernest Hemingway The Latin word “Invictus,” meaning unconquerable or invincible, doubles as the title for the 2009 movie that tells the story of how Nelson Mandela, the President of South Africa, united his racially and economically divided country in the wake of the apartheid through the help of...
The Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame was created to showcase the accomplishments of graduates who excel above all others in one particular aspect of the Profile of the Graduate at Graduation: Physically Fit. However, communicating with the inductees reveals that the award celebrates much more than that. These inductees, while epitomizing what it means to be 'Physically Fit,' are...
Developing well-rounded students is the name of the game for Jesuit College Preparatory School. At graduation, an ideal Jesuit student possesses all aspects of Jesuit’s Profile of a Graduate, including: openness to growth, commitment to social justice, intellectuall competence, physical fitness,and being loving and religious. While all Jesuit students posses these traits, most students are usually stronger in one...

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