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2019

  • Tales from the Parochial League - Spinney and Wells

    Chris Cela '71
    Editor's Note: In celebration of Homecoming this weekend and our fooball game with Mullen, we are delighted to share a reminiscence of another matchup on the gridiron between the Raiders and Mustangs shared by one of our Great Raider alums from the Class of 1971.

    It was Sunday, October 31, 1965. Mass at Blessed Sacrament was at 9:00 o'clock in the morning and then back home for some breakfast before the 11:00 am Packers vs. Lions game with Ray Scott making the call. But the real excitement that day was the highly anticipated Mullen vs. Regis game at Regis Stadium scheduled for 3:00 that afternoon right after the 1:00 pm Holy Family vs. Machebeuf matchup. It was a glinting fall day, perfect for football.
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  • Beyond the Gridiron: Reunion of two RJ Football Players

    Sean Keeler | The Denver Post
    Ahead of the September 7 CU-Nebraska match up, the Denver Post ran a profile about Great Raiders Jack Stoll '16 and Tim Lynott '15, who played football while at RJ now play on opposing teams. Featuring recollections of one of their RJ coaches, Bob McPhee, the story shows how relationships built on the field go beyond the gridiron. 
    Read the Story in The Post
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  • ESPN's SportsCenter Honors Fran Belibi's '19 Top Ten Dunks

    Marco Cummings | The Denver Post
    Before leaving for Stanford, Great Raider Francesca Belibi '19 was honored by ESPN's SportsCenter with her own hoop and mural in Aurora's Hoops Park commemorating her SC Top Ten dunks. 

    AURORA – Fran Belibi made a name for herself as the first player to dunk in a high school girls basketball game in the state of Colorado. Her legend grew when one of those dunks made ESPN’s SportsCenter’s Top 10 list last December.
    The former Regis Jesuit basketball standout was honored at Hoops Park on Thursday with the public installation of a painted basketball hoop and banner commemorating her accomplishment.  
    Read the full story in The Post
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  • (L-R) Lacey Henderson, Scout Bassett and Annie Carey pose for a photo at the 2019 Parapan American Games on Aug. 27, 2019 in Lima, Peru.

    Lacey Henderson '07 Wins Silver at Paralympic Games

    Competing as part of Team USA at the Paralympic Games in Lima, Peru, Great Raider Lacey Henderson '07 clinched the silver medal in the women's long jump. 

    READ COVERAGE ON TEAM USA'S WEBSITE
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  • Chibueze Agwu '16 Addresses Class of 2023 at Wash U

    Great Raider alumnus Chibueze Agwu '16 addresed the incoming freshmen at Washington University in St. Louis.
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  • Ermias Araia '17 Presents Research at Cancer Research Summer Fellowship Program

    Great Raider Ermias Araia '17, a rising junior at Brown University, presented his research on small cell lung cancer at the Cancer Research Summer Fellowship Program. The science behind it is incredibly detailed and intricate.

    He will be studying this fall at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. After that, Ermias will be returning to his alma mater to present to the Medical Explorations Club, an organization he co-founded while he was a student at Regis Jesuit.
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  • Pramuk, between Ralph Taylor and Syd Timme, with former colleagues and students

    Dr. Chris Pramuk Returns to Campus

    Chris Pramuk Ph.D., returned to Campbell Campus to present the keynote address—Between Music and Silence: The Contemplative Heart of our Hope—during back-to-school meetings for RJ faculty and staff. Pramuk is currently an associate professor of theology and the University Chair of Ignatian Thought and Imagination at Regis University and author of six books. From 1995-99, he taught theoolgy at the high school and is pictured with all the people he either taught with or former students who now work at Regis Jesuit.
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  • Jim Broderick King '87 Walks the Camino Ignaciano

    Great Raider Jim Broderick King '87, RJ's director of Ignatian Spirituality, is walking in the steps of St. Ignatius along the Camino Ignaciano in Spain. Follow along with his travel journal or his pilgrimage posts, and ask for his prayers while he asks for yours. We will share more about this Raider Journey later this fall. 
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  • Fran Belibi's '19 Super Summer

    Great Raider Fran Belibi '19 has had the busy summer. First, she dunked at a basketball camp at Stanford, where she heads this fall. Then she was awarded an honorary ESPY for her talent on and off the court. 
    Currently, she's in Thailand for the U19 World Cup July 20-28. The team will first make a stop in Tokyo to scrimmage Japan's U19 team. The team will play Australia, South Korea and Hungary to advance to the medal round starting July 24. Read the article

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  • John Ferraro '82 Ordained as a Deacon

    Great Raider John Ferraro, RJ theology teacher and pastoral assistant, was ordained to the permanent diaconate in the Archdiocese of Denver in June by Auxiliary Bishop Jorge Rodriguez. We are so proud to count a deacon among our faculty helping to form our young men and women. 
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  • Quin Cotton '16 Drafted by Cincinnatti Reds

    Congratulations to Quin Cotton '16 CF who was chosen in the eighth round of the MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds. Cotton is completing his degree at Grand Canyon University. Read the story from CHSAA.
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  • Missy Franklin '13 to Make Broadcasting Debut

    #GreatRaider Missy Franklin '13 will be trading in her swim goggles for a microphone as she makes her broadcasting debut as an analyst at the FINA Champions Swim Series in China on April 27. Read the article from SwimSwam.
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2019

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