Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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The ref blows his whistle, and he drops the water polo ball into the center of the pool. Will Mckinney '21 furiously puts his head down with a determination to get to the ball first and passes it onto his teammate Emmet Halm '19, who sets up his offense for a position to score the first point. Coach Silver...
"Swimming has its educational values - mental, moral, and physical - in giving you a sense of mastery over an element, and of power of saving a life, and in the development of wind and limb." -Robert Baden Powell Between the smell of chlorine and the rising sun, a group of Jesuit athletes have been honing their nautical craft since last...
"If you want to be the best, you have to do things that other people aren't willing to do." - Michael Phelps The Jesuit Swimming team exemplified this quote, as throughout this whole season by hard work and a dedicated mentality, they have excelled in their early season meets. Ranger Relays Jesuit placed 5th in the Ranger Relays on September 29th, 2018. The...
Imagine a hybrid of soccer, wrestling, rugby, and basketball.  Now imagine this sport underwater.  Welcome to water polo. After their initial season last spring, the Jesuit water polo team is back and ready to make a splash in the DFW area. The Jesuit water polo team opened the season with many decisive battles across North Texas.  The Rangers recently competed at...
After nearly a full season of training, perseverance, and grit in the pool, the Jesuit Rangers battled their way to a 3rd place finish in the UIL 8-6A district championships this past Friday, January 26th in the Alfred J. Loos Aquatic Center in Addison, Texas. The Rangers finished first in an electrifying 200m medley relay and secured spots on the...
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.
Swim caps donned with a Jesuit emblem embedded on the side and goggles tightened, the swimmer grips the starting block, anxiously awaiting the starting sound. BEEP. He's off. He glides gracefully through the water with power and finishes strong, throwing his hands onto the wall. He glances at the clock. First. The Jesuit Swim team competed into two more meets...
Crowd cheering and coaches surveying their swimmers, the natatorium bustled with nervous swimmers and equally nervous mentors, all of them striving for the first place spot. Over the course of the past two weeks, the Jesuit swim team has taken their talents to three swim meets and swam their hearts out, always yearning for the gold. Ranger Relays (October 1st) Hosted by Jesuit, this...

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