Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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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.
The Jesuit swimmer plunges into the gleaming blue water. Momentarily disoriented, he orients himself before rapidly pumping his arms and legs back and fourth, propelling himself forward in the water. The swim team was able to defeat Flower Mound but fell short against Plano West in the double meet on December 10th. The team lost to both opponents in...
With water splashing up in the air, the snap of goggles reverberating off the walls, the cheers of fellow swimmers and coaches encouraging the young men, your Jesuit Ranger swim team competed in two relay events and three individual events in the 2011-12 UIL 5A state swim meet in Austin, Texas, last weekend, February 24-25. Capping one of the most...
Confidently lowering himself onto the block, the Jesuit swimmer crouches down, gripping the hard, ridged block with both hands. Having practiced this same routine hundreds of times before, the swimmer gazes only into the deep blue abyss, patiently awaiting the starter’s whistle. A shrill, piercing whistle rings throughout the building as the swimmer launches himself off into water, carrying...
Practicing from 6:00 to 7:30 in the morning, the Jesuit swim team commits to their sport quite seriously. In fact, this year's season, at this point, has been noteworthy. The team, gaining eight new freshmen this year, has scored big in brotherhood and growth. Freshman Jack Ayres described the season as "amazing," mentioning that "it's been a fun season , and...
In the upcoming regional swim meet in Rockwall on Friday and Saturday, the Rangers hope to keep up their streak of impressive performances and continue to build this rising swim program.  With six swimmers qualifying for the regional meet in both individual races and relays, Jesuit has already accomplished something that few teams before have managed to do. Last weekend...
I'm sure you've seen the large hole next to the parking lot. It's hard to miss with all the construction workers and equipment around. Rumors have been flying all around about this structure that will eventually become the new natatorium, and not much has been said on the matter. However, that changes today as The Roundup describes the plans...
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...

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