Jesuit High School Tampa
Forming young men in the Tampa Bay area since 1899
Men For Others


The early history of the Jesuits in North America is intertwined with the development of lacrosse. Originated by native North Americans, in 1636 the Jesuit missionary Jean de Brebeuf, S.J. fine-tuned and adapted lacrosse for French pioneers in Canada. A few centuries later, after several years as a club sport, Jesuit High School's lacrosse team began Florida High School Athletic Association play as a Varsity sport in the spring of 2012. Heading into 2017 under 1st-year head coach Ryan Henry, the Tigers have won three District titles in five years. Jake Lemon '18 (27 goals, 38 assists in 21 games in 2016) and Joe McGonnigal '18 (37 goals, 10 assists) are the leading returning scorers, Seth Cashen '18 (19 takeaways in 2016) and Cade Myers '19 (46 ground balls) are among the top defenders, and Brad Baker '17 signed to play collegiately at Holy Cross.       

Coaching Staff


Varsity Head Coach
Ryan Henry
813-877-5344, ext. 302

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Schedules and Rosters

For the most updated schedules, check the website athletics calendar

2017 Varsity schedule
2017 JV schedule

2017 Varsity roster
2017 JV roster


At Jesuit, we are responding in a dynamic way to the changing needs of education in the 21st century.
It is an exciting era, with the constant infusion of new technology and the increasing emphasis on student engagement in the learning process.
In 2014 Jesuit claimed the FHSAA's highest honor among all Class 5A schools in academics (Academic Team Champion) and athletics (All-Sports Award).
Each and every gift makes a difference to the students of Jesuit High School as they strive to become "Men for Others."
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