Monday, November 30, 2020

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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...
It all began for Chuck Hazzard ’93 in his crib, while he lay with his first baseball. Next was Little League. Then came high school baseball and with it Jesuit. He soon went on to the University of Florida where he would play in not one, but two College World Series, be named a First Team Freshman All-American, All-SEC...
Before he was a four-year starter for the Texas Christian University football team, Mike Flynn '79 was a proud Jesuit student. Before he founded Southland Property Tax Consultants, Inc., he roamed the halls of the Inwood Campus. Before he had such a wonderful wife and four daughters, he was part of the Jesuit family. And now, with a record...
Jesuit's Profile of the Graduate at Graduation features six components: open to growth, committed to social justice, intellectually competent, loving, religious, and physically fit. While all students strive to encompass all of these aspects, most are strongest in one area or another. For those who have exceptionally displayed their God-given talents in athletics, Jesuit has its own Sports Hall...
The phrase “livin’ the dream” uttered in a smooth southern accent may not seem commonplace to many people today. However, these very words are considered to be the catchphrase of an outstanding and accomplished Jesuit alum. These are the words of 1977 graduate John Koeijmans, a man who in the late '70’s excelled beyond his peers on the soccer...
Not even the jingle bells attached to the heels of his Bishop Lynch rival would intimidate Jan Meterka, his legs moving like pistons, the sweat dripping off his face, as he crossed the finish line of the 4x440 relay.  Victory at last. Materka’s victory that afternoon in 1972 was one among many accomplishments that secured his election to the Jesuit...
  The best ever.  Three words, at the forefront of every's athletes theoretical goals sheet. The ultimate accomplishment for any athlete, to be included in the same sentence as those three magical words. For one former Jesuit athlete this dream became a reality in the Terry Center on Saturday May 11, as Michael Hollimon '01 was inducted into the Jesuit...

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