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.
The Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team secured another spectacular victory against Kent Denver on March 24, following their incredible 9-8 win over top-ranked and defending Class 5A State Champs Arapahoe just a few days prior on March 21. Fighting back from a five-point deficit early in the game, the Raiders went on to dominate the scoreboard to beat the Sun Devils 13-8. Mattie Cain '23 and Ethan Hughes '23 each scored four goals, Fletcher Sullivan '23 scored two and teammates Ryan Coughlin '23, Reed Foltz '23 and Jamie Rosenzweig '24 added one each to lock in the win and advance the team to a 4-1 overall record. Read more in The Sentinel
Congratulations to the Boys Swim & Dive Team on their first-place finish at the Dick Rust Coaches Invitational on March 25 at the Veterans’ Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. The team dominated the event winning all three relays as well as three individual events. They earned a total score of 1018 points, almost twice as much as runners-up Cherry Creek. Way to go, Raiders! Read more in The Sentinel View full meet scores in The Sentinel
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer Team on an exciting late-game victory against No. 5 Cherry Creek on March 21 at the Stutler Bowl. With under a minute left in the game, Lexi Meyer '24 scored the game-winning goal, lifting the team to a 3-2 win against the Eagles. Meyer scored two goals in the game with Adeleine Walick '24 earning the other for the Raiders. Read more in The Sentinel
Regis Jesuit offers 29 different sports with more than 60 teams the majority of which compete at the highest level of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA).
List of 3 members.
Assistant Principal for Student Life | Alum Service Corps Coordinator
Student Life Logistics Manager
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.
List of 4 members.
Head Athletic Trainer - Girls | Physical Ed & Science Teacher
Head Athletic Trainer - Boys | Science Teacher
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Girls | Health Teacher
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Boys | Science Teacher
Regis Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.
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