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The entire Jesuit swim team was hard at work competing during the early month of October. Nearly every morning at 6:00 AM, the team ate breakfast together and practiced with tremendous dedication and effort in order to prepare for their competitive meets, all while trying to maintain their good grades. Head Coach Doug Moyse even commented that “the guys...
Heart pounding, adrenaline pumping, the Jesuit athletes stand tensed on the starting block.  As a robotic beep pierces the air the swimmers launch themselves into the water, gliding a few meters before emerging from the fluorescent surface.  Saturday, September 23rd marked a successful beginning to the Jesuit Swimming and Diving season at the Knights of Columbus Swim Meet. Winning with...
Nguyen helped the Rangers capture first place at the season-opening Bishop Lynch Knights of Columbus Invitational on Saturday. A member of two winning relay teams, Nguyen additionally earned first place in the 100 breast with a 1:06.29, closing out the 200 I.M. in 2:14.23 to finish second.
Victories and positive records all sound good, but at the end of the season, only one thing really matters: championships. The anxious swimmers sit in the cold locker room waiting to begin warm-ups for regionals, the biggest meet of the year. They head out of the locker room, and onto the pool deck, where they size up their opponents....
Swimmers wait anxiously for their turn to take the block, ready to showcases a season's worth of hard work. Morning practice after morning practice the swimmers swim through sleepiness and fatigue, but standing on the district or regional starting block, it is all worth it. The Rangers took to Loos Aquatic Center in Addison on January 27th to compete in the...
Glancing nervously at his opponents climbing onto the starting blocks, the swimmer secures his goggles and takes a ready stance. The piercing whistle propels him into the water, and his muscle memory takes over, his smooth strokes carrying him to victory. The Jesuit Swim teams, both varsity and JV, have been very busy, competing in three meets in the last...
The Jesuit swimmer lowers himself, slowing bending his knees until he can reach his hands down onto the rigid block. “BEEP!” The swimmer plunges into the icy water below him, diving into the depths with great speed.   On Friday November 11th and Friday and Saturday November 18th and 19th, the Jesuit Swim Team competed in two large meets to showcase their abilities...
The varsity swimmer gives his teammate a playful slap on the back before climbing onto the block and taking his mark. He readies himself and flies into the water after the starting sound. His teammates and coaches scream encouragement as he glides through the water. On November 2nd, Jesuit Swim competed in a duel meet against Highland Park, a top-ranked...

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