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Loyalty, Pride and Integrity
Athletics at Regis Jesuit endeavor to provide an environment in which the student-athlete is assisted in understanding himself/herself physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually.

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A Long Athletic Tradition

The Regis Jesuit athletics department endeavors to help student-athletes become Christian leaders and understand how to be examples for others. The environment of such an undertaking is characterized by a concern for the individual.

We are proud of its long athletic tradition. Not only has it been a winning tradition, but one which has worked to instill values in our student-athletes which apply not only to sports but to life. Regis Jesuit athletics means more than just winning. Loyalty, pride and integrity are virtues the community of Regis Jesuit works to instill in all of our student-athletes.

Athletic News

List of 3 news stories.


    Congratulations to the members of the Boys Varsity Wrestling Team who placed 14th out of 76 teams at the Five Counties Tournament at Fountain Valley High School in California on January 13-16. Garrett Reece '25 and Dirk Morley '23 each earned fifth place finishes, and Garrett Padgett '22 and Zavier Carroll '22 each placed eighth in their weight classes. Way to go, Raiders!
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  • Photo Credit | CPR News


    Great Raider Missy Franklin '13, gold-medal Olympian and mental health advocate, recently gave the keynote speech at the University of Colorado’s Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center. where she shared her journey through depression and anxiety and the impact that it had on her personal life, career and family. In her inspiring and honest presentation, Missy spoke of the importance of keeping balance in life, and how the domination of external pressures affected her overall performance and love for swimming and competing. Her openness about her mental health journey and her perspective on quieting external pressures and keeping a strong self-balance is an inspiration to us all. We continue to cheer, ‘Go Missy!’
    Listen to the full interview and keynote on CPR News Colorado Matters
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  • Photo Credit | Sentinel Denver


    Before the start of the home game against Ralston Valley at Family Sports Center on January 7, alumni and current players from the Varsity Hockey program surprised Head Coach Dan Woodley to celebrate his impressive 300th career victory. Woodley and longtime Assistant Coach Terry Ott have been at the helm of the program together for 17 years. The coaches, including Dan's defensive assistant coach and elder son, Grant Woodley, received pucks commemorating the achievement bestowed by current and former team captains Gage Bussey '22 and former captains John Booren '08 and Jack Jordan '16. To top off a great celebration, the Raiders went on to beat Ralston Valley 6-0. With a current 10-0 overall record, the team remains ranked No. 1 by the Colorado High School Activities Association. Congratulations to Coach Woodley and the entire RJ Hockey program!
    Read the full article in The Sentinel
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Regis Jesuit offers 29 different sports with more than 70 teams the majority of which compete at the 5A level of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA).

Athletics Staff

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Bryan Timme

    Bryan Timme 

    Assistant Principal for Student Life | Alum Service Corps Coordinator
    (303) 269-8032
  • Photo of Kelly Doherty

    Kelly Doherty 

    Athletic Director
    (303) 269-8030
  • Photo of Ann Eazor

    Ann Eazor 

    Student Life Logistics Manager
    (303) 269-8130

Athletic Training Program

Our athletic training program exists to assist athletes in the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and subsequent return to their chosen sport(s).
As integral members of each of our athletic teams, our certified athletic trainers provide health care for each of our student-athletes. This service encompasses all facets of the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, and an athlete’s subsequent return to his or her chosen sport(s), as well as management of additional conditions that may influence performance. Each of our athletic trainers who work with our athletes, whether in the athletic training room or during practices and competitions, are nationally certified through the sole certifying organization for athletic trainers: the Board of Certification. All of our athletic trainers are also members of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.

In addition to our athletic trainers on staff, we also partner with Landow Performance Training, an organization that works with pro-atheletes and Olympians, to provide strength and conditioning coaching to our students on campus year-round. 

Athletic Trainers

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Lindsay Casas

    Lindsay Casas 

    Head Athletic Trainer - Girls | Physical Ed & Science Teacher
    (303) 269-8176
  • Photo of Caroline Shaw

    Caroline Shaw 

    Head Athletic Trainer - Boys | Science Teacher
    (303) 269-8076
  • Photo of Kaitlin McKeon

    Kaitlin McKeon 

    Assistant Athletic Trainer - Girls | Health Teacher
    (303) 269-8176
  • Photo of Jensen Bryan

    Jensen Bryan 

    Assistant Athletic Trainer - Boys | Science Teacher
    (303) 269-8076

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