Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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From his high school career at Jesuit to his collegiate career at Rhodes College to his eventual professional career in the USFL, Jim Hever ’82 asserted his dominance in the athletic arena and remains one of the most decorated football players to ever wear the blue and gold.  One of Jesuit’s great athletes, Hever was inducted into the Jesuit...
Jesuit soccer has always dominated state competition both in TCIL and in UIL. Hundreds of Jesuit soccer players have come and gone, some talented enough to play in college, and a few even turning pro. However, one former Jesuit soccer player excelled not only as a player, but also as a student at Jesuit and Stanford, a lawyer, a father,...
Every year since 1999, Jesuit sports stars, past and present, come together for a night of food, laughter, and family in an annual toast to the rich history of Jesuit athletics, known as the Blue and Gold Banquet. Each year, numerous past Jesuit athletes are honored by being inducted in the Hall of Fame, joining an elite fraternity of...
Check out our series of features: Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame Inductee Jerry Taliaferro ’63 Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame Inductee: John Murphy ’70 Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame Inductee: Adrian Winnubst ’81 Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame Inductee: T. J. Hansen ’01 Pat Schnitzius ’45 Grabs John F. Campbell Fan of the Year Honor Gold R anger Award Winner – Mike Boeding ’60 Rev. Philip...
An outstanding athlete, an exemplary father, and a true man for others, John Murphy, graduate of the class of 1970, has been chosen as an inductee into the 2012 Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame. This accolade, given to only a handful of alumni each year aligns Mr. Murphy with other graduates who have demonstrated what it means to be...
Joe Powell ’12  (baseball) A two-year letterman on the baseball team, Joe is one of the most dominant pitchers in Texas high school baseball.  With a strong right and a wicked fastball that touches 90 miles per hour, Powell has established himself as a premier pitcher this season.  On the mound, he has accumulated an earned run average (ERA) of...
Coach Paul Maturi (football) Paul Maturi, a graduate from Lake Highlands and Harding University, where he played football, has stopped at many schools on his way to Jesuit, including Harding Academy in Memphis, Lake Highlands, Bishop Lynch, and McKinney High School.  As the defensive coordinator and safeties coach for the varsity football team, Coach Maturi immediately came in to “a...
A state champion, a basketball star, a Varsity letterman, an all-state and all-district player, and, later in life, a Christian mentor and true man for others. Not many men have worn the navy and gold of the Jesuit Rangers with as much pride, love, and commitment as did Jerry Taliaferro ’63, one of this year’s esteemed Jesuit Sports Hall...

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