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. adapted lacrosse for French pioneers in Canada. A few centuries later in the spring of 2012, after several years as a club team, Jesuit High School lacrosse began FHSAA play as a Varsity sport.

Charlie Cummins enters his second year as head coach in 2021 after the 2020 season was cut by COVID-19. In 2019, the Tigers claimed their second consecutive District Championship, making it five District titles in eight years of FHSAA play. Jesuit defeated Berkeley Prep 9-3 in the 2019 District Final (the Tigers defeated Plant in the 2018 District Final, 9-5) and then went on to beat Steinbrenner (17-5) and Newsome (7-6) to advance to the Region Final, before falling to Orlando Bishop Moore. Casey Fuss '20, Cade Myers '19 and Kenny Lane '19 concluded the 2019 season with All-Region team recognition.

Each year, several Tigers sign to play in college, including the school's first Division I lacrosse signee, Stephano Mastro '15 (Mt. St. Mary's), national recruit Brad Baker '17 (Holy Cross), Jake Lemon '18 (Canisius College), and Seth Cashen '18 (Bellarmine University). The top returning Tigers in 2021 include Chase Minacci '22, Antonin Hoppmann-Salario '22, Brett Fedorovich '21, Dylan Causey '22, S.K. Moore '23, Mac Revelle '21, and Colin Kruger '23. 

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Jesuit Lacrosse: 2019 District Champions!

Varsity Roster

Jesuit High School 2021 Lacrosse Roster

 1Scott Moore2023
 2Matt Bencivenga2022
 3George Guerra2021
 4Antonin Hoppmann-Salario2022
 5Lleyton Hall2024
 6Grayson Gallagher2023
 7Asher Heldfond2022
 8Mac Revelle2021
 9Brett Fedorovich2021
 10Dylan Causey2022
 11Connor Dooley2024
 12Charles Knost2023
 13Brian Kubiak2023
 14Chase Minacci2022
 15Luke Arena2023
 16Zach Grosswirth2021
 17Gavin Paglieri2024
 18Nico Norton2022
 19Lucas Perez2023
 20Colin Causey2022
 21Hayden Merrill2021
 22Colin Kruger2023
 23Zach Mintz2022
 24Brogan Spencer2023
 25Jake Garcia2024
 44Jonas Jonsson2021
 50Tyler Garcia2024
 55Kaden Kynkor2021
 77Michael Busweiler2023
 88Peter Pesansky2024

Coaching Staff

Varsity Head Coach

Charles Cummins

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Assistant Coaches: Noah Menendez '14, Will Jennings '13, Andrew Schoeneck, Shawn Needham

Mission statement and program vision

Mission Statement

The Jesuit High School lacrosse program strives to develop student-athletes of sound moral character and integrity who will contribute positively toward the school community and external world.

As members of the Jesuit lacrosse program we will understand that enrollment at Jesuit and participation in this lacrosse program is a privilege and a gift from God. In order to bring this mission to life we will focus on the following five objectives:

  1. We will always positively support each other on and off the field - in and out of season - knowing that being a member of this program means you are a part of the Jesuit lacrosse family.
  2. We will hold each other and ourselves accountable for our actions knowing that we represent ourselves, our families, and Jesuit High School.
  3. We will always put academics first and understand that we are responsible for completing all academic work to the best of our ability.
  4. We will be “Men for Others” and serve the greater community by showing respect to all and practicing leadership in every aspect of our lives.
  5. We will understand that each day is a gift from God and will lead our lives dedicating all that we do to the glory of God.


Program Vision

The Jesuit High School lacrosse program will be a leader in Florida for developing student-athletes of high character and integrity. We will provide a collegiate-like lacrosse experience through weekly film and scout study; fast-paced, structured practice; regular meetings; playing in one of the top venues in the greater Tampa area; and individual ongoing dialogues between each player and the coaching staff. The Jesuit lacrosse program will support the mission of Jesuit High School and strive to develop young men dedicated to serving God through teamwork, dedication, and commitment to a cause greater than any single individual.

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