Monday, September 28, 2020

The Roundup is the Jesuit Dallas Student Voice and Newspaper since 1942. Learn about us.

Tags Jesuit Volleyball

Tag: Jesuit Volleyball

“Mine! Mine!” yells energetic Cameron Pham as the volleyball flies into Jesuit’s side of the court. The newly formed Jesuit Volleyball team has recently done very well against the local high school competition. They challenged Allen, Prosper and Coppell on April 14 to kick off their successful season. Allen The first match they battled in that day was against Allen...
Jesuit College Preparatory School is home to many achievements, a significant amount of them resulting from sports, ranging from Football to Crew. Each team contains students with a variety of skills that make up the success of the team, however the backbone of these organizations rely on the leadership and dedication of a select few: the coaches. And this year, one coach faces...
Hit, set, spike. Point to the Jesuit Rangers. This outcome occurred more than enough for the Jesuit Rangers boys volleyball team in only their 2nd season, playing two tournaments and making it to the boys 6A volleyball playoffs. "The first tournament was pretty rough, but in the second two, we won most of our games," said Coach T.J. Howard '08, who...
White volleyballs bounce around Walsh Gym at 7 AM on March 2nd as nervous Jesuit boys pour their hearts out on the polished hardwood floor, hoping for a chance to make the 1-year-old Jesuit volleyball team. Coached by Mr. Timothy Howard and Mr. Austin Nevitt, the team looks forward to having a prosperous and eventful season. While the team is...
With 18 varsity sports already available, it was difficult to think that Jesuit could add yet another. It was also difficult to believe that this team would place second in the State Championship, but it did just that. Just two weeks before the first tournament, Athletic Director Steve Koch instituted an inaugural volleyball team. Coaches Timothy Howard and Austin Nevitt...

About Jesuit Dallas

Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an excellent, Catholic education in the classical Jesuit tradition with the purpose of forming a community of men with high moral principles and service to others.

Learn More >