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

Tennis

Jesuit tennis has captured the District title every year but one since 1992, and 2016 was another outstanding season. All five singles players reached the District Final as Jesuit outdueled Robinson to claim its 21st District title in 22 seasons under coach Joe Curtis. Jimmy Emslie '18 (pictured at right), who was District champion at No. 2 singles in 2015, earned the No. 1 singles crown in 2016, and Gantt Meredith '16 won at No. 3. Gunther Mosesmann '18 (No. 2) and Ramon Martinez '19 (No. 5) were both District runners-up, and Mosesmann-Martinez teamed up for the District titles at No. 2 doubles, while Emslie-Meredith captured No. 1 doubles. The Tigers won the Region title over Lake Wales, avenging a regular season defeat to the Highlanders, to earn another State berth. Among the notable alumni from Jesuit tennis is Ryler DeHeart '02, who advanced to the second round of the 2008 U.S. Open before succumbing to Rafael Nadal.

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Roster and Schedule

For the most updated Jesuit sports schedules, check the website Athletic Calendar 

2017 Varsity Roster (pdf)

2017 Varsity Schedule (pdf)




 

Coaching Staff

Head Coach   
Joe Curtis
23rd season in 2017
(813) 877-5344, ext. 612

 

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