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Beginning Fall 2020

LBJ and LASA became

2 separate athletic programs



2020 Basketball

All-District 25-5A

District MVP

Jordan Teal


1st Team

Isiah Rector

Ja'Sean Sibley

Jai Maxwell


2nd Team

Antwan McMillian


TABC All Region 4

Jordan Teal

All Cen-Tex

1st Team

Jordan Teal


All Cen-Tex


Ava Longi

Juan Ceresa


Swimmer of the year

Ava Longi

In Memoriam


Coach Andrew Jackson

Coach Jack passed away

December 12, 2017

Greatly missed by all!

Coach Bob Hayes

Assistant Basketball coach

and Counselor for 18 years

at LBJ

Passed away in 2010

LBJ Student Athlete Hall of Fame


Since opening its doors in 1974, Lyndon Baines Johnson High School has developed a rich tradition of academic and athletic success. Many former Jaguars have gone on to success in sports at the collegiate level and even at the professional level. This web page is intended to recognize those former students and encourage present and future students to work hard and to excel, both in the classroom and on the playing field.

LBJ - 1990

Kenneth Alexander

Former Florida State Seminole great Kenneth Alexander was a leader for the Seminoles on and off of the field. As a team captain in 1993, Alexander led FSU with 122 tackles, including nine for loss. Alexander played against his former teammate at LBJ, Greg Lane when FSU played Notre Dame in 1993.  FSU lost that game to Notre Dame, 31-24.  Also an excellent student, Alexander earned Academic All-America and ACC All-Academic honors and was the recipient of an NCAA postgraduate scholarship. Alexander lives in Tallahassee and is an attorney in the Legal Division for the Department of Financial Services.

LBJ - 2003

Lucius Alexander

Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire.  Lucius greatly improved his fitness and conditioning since arriving on campus. 2005: Saw a good deal of time with the junior varsity and limited varsity action. 2004: Appeared in final two games of the season...Spent most of the year with the junior varsity. High School: Earned three letters in football, serving as captain in senior year...Also lettered twice in basketball and twice in track...Three-year all-district selection...All-CenTex as a senior...Nominated for Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship Award and the Franklin Watkins Award for African-American Scholar-Athletes. Personal: A terrific singer who used to be in his church choir ...Would like to be a game programmer after graduation.

LBJ 2007



Darius Anderson (The University of Memphis)

Three-Time All C-USA Performer

2011 Outdoor: A reliable complement to Robert Jackson, Anderson had five top-five finishes in the hurdles as a senior... At SEMO Invite, had season-best 4th place finish in the 110m hurdles with a 14.98s mark... Had season-best run of 14.56s during the prelims at the War Eagle Invite; he ultimately finished ninth in the event... Culminated season at the C-USA Outdoor Championships, finishing fifth with a 14.75 mark... Also competed in 400m hurdles, with a career-best third place finish at the Tiger Invite in 54.64s seconds.

2011 Indoor: Earned four top-five finishes during his final indoor season as a Tiger... Was runner-up at the SEMO Invite with a 7.76s final run in the 55m hurdles... Put up a season-best in the 60m hurdles at the EIU Mega Meet with an 8.50s mark, finishing fourth... At C-USA Indoor Championships, finished sixth with an 8.27s mark in the 55m hurdles.

2010 Outdoor: Injury limited him to one 110m hurdle at the C-USA Championships; he ran a 14.90 during the prelims.

2010 Indoor: Competed in four events...finished third at the ASU Kickoff Klassic in the 55m hurdles with a personal-best 7.66 mark...season-best 8.53 second 60m hurdle came during C-USA Championships prelims.

2009 Outdoor: Anderson participated in seven meets during the outdoor season...Had six top-five finishes during the season...Finished second in the 110m hurdles at the Memphis Tiger Invitational with a time of 14.66...Set a personal-best time of 14.46 in the 110m hurdles at the C-USA Championships...Finished third in the C-USA Championship 110m hurdles race with a time of 14.73...His best finish in the 400m hurdles came at the Joey Haines Invitational with a time of 55.52.

2009 Indoor: Anderson participated in four meets during indoor season...Recorded a personal best 60m dash time in of 7.61 at the SIU McDonald's Invitational...Finished fourth in the 60m hurdles at the SIU McDonald's Invitational with a time of 8.61 in the finals. Member of the second place finishing distance medley relay team at the EIU Mega Meet...Set a season-high time of 8.49 seconds in the prelims of the 60m hurdles at the C-USA Championships.

2008 Outdoor: Anderson participated in three meets during the outdoor season...Finished top-eight in every race...Two top-five finishes...Placed fourth at SEMOtion relays with a time of 15.60 in the 110m hurdles...At C-USA Outdoor Championships, he set a season-best 110m hurdles time of 15.13 in prelims...Placed seventh in 110m hurdles finals with a time of 15.15...Also set a 400m hurdles season-best time of 55.96 in prelims...Placed fifth in 400m hurdles finals with a time of 57.60.

2008 Indoor: Anderson participated in six meets during indoor season...Finished top-eight in every race...Three top-five finishes...At SIU Saluki SASF Invitational finished fourth with an 8.48 time in the 60m hurdles...Finished second at the SIU McDonald's Invitational with a season-best 8.43 in the finals of the 60m hurdles...Set a 55m hurdles season-best at SEMO Invitational with first place time of 7.81 in the finals...At C-USA Indoor Championships, he tied his season-best 60m hurdles mark of 8.43 in prelims...Placed eighth in 60m hurdles finals with a time of 8.46.

Academics: Named to the C-USA Track and Field All-Academic Team in 2009...Has been a member of the Tiger 3.0 Club for three semesters and was twice placed on the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll.

Prep: Attended Lyndon B. Johnson HS lettering in track and field for four years under coach La'Boris Bean...Specialized in sprints and hurdles...Regional qualifier in 110 hurdles 2004...In 2006, finished sixth at the UIL State (Texas) Championships in 110 meter hurdles class 4-A...In 2007, finished fourth at UIL State Championships in 110 meter hurdles class 4-A...Third place finish at regionals in 300 meter hurdles in 2007.

At LBJ High School, Darius lettered in track and field for four years under Coach La'Boris Bean.  Darius specialized in sprints and hurdles where he was a Regional qualifier in 110 meter hurdles 2004.  In 2006 he finished 6th at the UIL State (Texas) Championships in 110 meter hurdles Cass 4-A.  As a senior in 2007, Darius finished 4th at UIL State Championships in 110 meter hurdles in Cass 4-A and secured a 3rd place finish at the Regionals in the 300 meter hurdles in 2007.

LBJ 2005

Marcus Anderson (New Mexico State University)

Prior to New Mexico State University, Marcus attended Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California, where as a Freshmen, he was named  2nd Team, All Conference Wide Receiver for the Mission Football Conference, American Division.  Marcus had 44 receptions for 366 yards and 3 TDs.  He returned 4 punts for 44 yards and had 8 kickoff returns for 255 yards.  His longest kickoff return was for 86 yards.  Marcus also blocked 2 kicks.


As a sophomore, wide receiver/returner Marcus Anderson was named All-American Second Team at the all-purpose position after leading the Mission Conference in punt and kick returning average. Anderson ran back a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns in the same game. He also had back-to-back 40 reception seasons for PCC, an achievement only made by teammate Reed in school history.

Anderson, a business major, also earned honorable mention on the 2007 JC Grid-Wire Academic All-American team despite having the team's highest GPA. The company has a rule that prohibits a player from making the scholar team if that player also was chosen to the athletic performance first, second, or third teams.


Marcus Anderson also was the recipient of the John Hardy Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award.  Marcus graduated with a degree in Finance in 2010.

LBJ -1990

Reggie Anderson

Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas.  Anderson was a 2-year starter for the Horned Frogs.  In 1993 he led the team in tackles with 63 solo and 81 assisted.  His best game that year was when he recorded 20 tackles against Oklahoma State.  In 1994 Anderson had 94 tackles, 57 solo and 37 assisted.  he notched 12 solo and 1 assisted tackle against Texas Tech in the last game of the season.

LBJ - 1981

Horace Ates

Baylor University, Waco, Texas. Pictured with Head Coach Grant Teaff. Ates played quarterback for the Jaguars and was named Player of the Year, his senior season.

LBJ - 1984

Steve Ates

Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas.  Voted second team all-Lone Star Conference as a senior. Honorable mention All-American. HARLON HILL TROPHY NOMINEE in 1987. This award is equivalent to the HEISMAN TROPHY for Division II. LSC Defensive Player of the week 10/31/87. One of top college division LBs in nation in 1986. Voted first team all-LSC as a junior by coaches and named honorable mention All-American by Associated Press and Football News. Also 1987 pre-season All-American in NFL Draft Report. LSC Defensive Player of Week against ETSU on 11/8 1986. Also starter as sophomore in 1985 (honorable mention all-LSC). On ACU's top 10 sacks list.

LBJ - 1975

Jamie Balagia

Blinn College, Brenham, Texas

LBJ - 2000

Per Bjornehammar

Per, or Pele, as he was known as an exchange student from Sweden for 1 year at LBJ High School, played football (Kicker and Fullback) and soccer for the Jaguars.  Per played running back on the Swedish National football team that won the 2005 European Championships and finished 2nd in the World Games in Duisberg, Germany that year.  In 2007 Per is a running back on the Swedish National team competing in the World Games in Kawasaki, Japan.  In the opening round against France, Per rushed for 108 yards and scored the winning touchdown on a brutal 28 yard romp.

LBJ - 1978

Joe Bouldwin

Henderson County Junior College located in Athens, Texas.  In 1986, the school's name was changed to Trinity Valley Community College.  The TVCC Cardinals boast a rich football tradition, bolstered by 2 national junior college championships - 1994 and 1997.

LBJ - 1986

Jeff Broaders

Speedster finished 6th in the UIL state Conference 5A 100M dash in 1983-84 and 1985-86.

LBJ - 2003

Marshall Brown

Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.  Marshall had a great career LBJ High School under head coach Freddy Roland.  He earned 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All-Region honors his junior and senior seasons.  Marshall was a three-time All-District selection and was named the Cen-Tex Player of the Year by the Austin American-Statesman. He was the No. 9-ranked small forward and the No. 54 player overall according to  Marshall garnered a No. 45 overall ranking by and participated in several all-star games during his career at LBJ and earned MVP honors at the What-a-Burger Classic, the Capital City Classic and the LA Classic ... Averaged 24.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game as a junior.


Marshall graduated from the University of Missouri in 4 years following an outstanding career for the Missouri Tigers.

LBJ - 1988

Deryl Browning

Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas. 1988-1989

LBJ - 2003

Trey Buck

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN.  Soccer Goalkeeper for the Fightin' Engineers, who play in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.  Buck started his collegiate career at Ohio State before transferring to Rose-Hulman.

  • 4-year starting goalkeeper at LBJ… earned first team all-district honors all four years … named team's Most Valuable Player as a senior.
  • Named 1st Team All Conference and Co-Newcomer of the Year at Rose-Hulman.
  • Buck established a school record with a 1.17 goals against average and allowed just 21 goals in 18 starts for the Engineers. He recorded a school record 11 victories, three shutouts, 72 saves and a .774 save percentage in net. Buck recorded a season-high seven saves on three occasions, including a 4-2 win at Wabash in September 2005.
  • Buck was the first Fightin' Engineer men's soccer player to be named to the Great Lakes Region All Region Soccer Team.

LBJ - 1987

Ricky Burleson

Blinn College, Brenham, Texas

LBJ - 1991

Larry Burton, Jr.

University of Texas-El Paso (UTEP).

LBJ - 1981

Ed Byrd

Ed was All-District playing football for LBJ in 1980 and 1981.  He was also a District Champion in Track and Field.  Byrd attended the U.S. Air Force Academy where he excelled in Track for the Cadets.  He won the indoor Western Athletic Conference 600M in 1984.  In 1984-85 he was the Academy's Outstanding Track Competitor.  In 1995 he was the Armed Forces 400M Champ and a member of the 1600M relay team.  Byrd was also on the Armed Forces 1600M relay team in 1988.

LBJ - 1987

Ralph Carrington

Ralph ran varsity track for all 4 years at LBJ.  In 1987 he set the AISD record for the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 36:61.  The record still stands 20 years later.  He ran a National best time of 50.97 in the 400 meter hurdles in 1987. Ralph was also part of the 1600 meter relay team that set another AISD record that still stands - 3:13:89.  He played 2 years of varsity basketball at LBJ and was team MVP, his junior year, 1986.  Ralph accepted a track scholarship to Blinn College.  He was named an All-American in the 400 meter hurdles, mile relay and the 1600 meter relay.

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LBJ - 1978 

Greg Chapman

Greg was the State Medalist for the 1978 LBJ Golf Team that won the 4A State Championship.  Greg went on to the University of Houston and then transferred to Stephen F. Austin University.  He was the National Champion Medalist in 1983.

LBJ - 1979

Mike Chapman

Mike lettered at the University of Texas where he played Offensive Guard.  Chapman lettered for the Longhorns in 1981, 1982 and 1983.  In 1984 he was with the Atlanta Falcons.

LBJ - 2003

Avery "AC" Cleveland

Avery Cleveland is the son of Cyril "Hitman" Friday, another member of the LBJ Jaguar Hall of Fame.  AC is currently enrolled at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.  Like his Dad, AC earned a reputation as a hard hitting linebacker at LBJ High School.


Dave Campbell's "Texas Football Magazine" Super team, 2002

• First Team All District, 26-4A, 3 consecutive years

• All-Centex Finalist

• All-State Finalist

• National Honor Society

• Graduated 4th in Class

Following his career at SMU, Avery played in the Indoor Professional League for the Austin Turfcats in 2010.

LBJ - 2001

Henry Colter

Henry Colter was a 6' 11" Forward/Center Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland.  As a sophomore, Colter started 11 of 26 games and averaged 4 points and 3 rebounds per game.  He also had a team-high 17 blocked shots.  He was Coach Fang Mitchell's first Texas recruit.

LBJ - 1992

Robert Crenshaw

Robert Crenshaw played Defensive Back for the University of Texas.  Crenshaw lettered for the Longhorns in 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996.

LBJ - 1987

Ron Davis

Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas from 1987-1989.  Davis transferred to Northeastern Louisiana University to complete his collegiate career as a cornerback and kick returner after Lamar University dropped their football program.

LBJ - 1980

Vaughn Deary

Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.  Deary led the conference in yards per carry at 7.7 as a Freshmen.  He played RB Freshman thru Junior Year...and WR his Senior year.  Deary ranks 5th on the all-time single season reception list with 50 catches in 1983.  He is 7th all-time on the single season receiving yards list with 711 yards in 1983. 
Team won the Lone Star Conference in 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1983.
Won a NCAA Div II National Championship in 1981 & 1982.
Deary made 1st team All Lone Star Conference in 1983.

LBJ - 2009

Anthony Delgado (U.S. Air Force Academy) Track.  Team Captain as a senior in 2013.

As a junior, Delgado was a member of the 4x400-meter relay teams that won Mountain West titles during both the indoor and outdoor championship meets...three-time all-conference selection...ran on the 4x400-meter relay team that set an Academy indoor record...also ran the sprint leg of the distance medley relay team that posted the second-fastest time in program history...competed on the 4x100- and 4x400-meter relay teams that clocked top-five times on the Academy's all-time list during the outdoor season...individually recorded the program's seventh-fastest indoor 200-meter time...ran the second-leg of the 4x400-meter relay team that won the MW Indoor Championships (3:10.67) and secured Air Force its first-ever conference team title...ran that same leg during the squad's record-setting performance (3:10.52) at the Alex Wilson Invitational..also competed on the DMR team that posted the second-fastest time in program history (9:35.28) at that meet...posted a career-best time of 21.61 in the 200-meter dash to finish fourth at the MW Indoor Championships...that time is the seventh-fastest time in Academy history...won the 300-meter dash (35.19) at the Air Force Blue-Silver Open...also competed in the 500-meter dash (1:06.42) at that meet...ran the 400-meter dash once, clocking 49.65 at the Nebraska Wesleyan Open...ran the third leg of the 4x400-meter team that won the conference title at the MW Outdoor Championships in 3:09.96...that time is ranked fifth on the program's all-time list...ran the second leg of the 4x100-meter team that placed third at the conference meet in 40.74...that time is ranked fifth on the program's all-time list...scored for the Falcons in the 200-meter dash at the MW Outdoor Championships, placing seventh with a time of 21.77...clocked a career-best time of 21.69 during the event preliminary at the conference meet...ran the 400-meter dash once, posting a time of 48.26 at the Arizona State Invitational.

While in high School at the Liberal Arts and Science Academy, Delgado earned first-team all-district honors in football, was a three-year regional qualifier in track and field and competed at the 2008 Junior Olympics.

LBJ - 2005

Martin Chinedu Egwuagu

(University of Texas)  After spending one year at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas, Martin has walked on to the University of Texas football team as a Defensive Back.

High School Senior year
1st Team All District 25-4A CB
3rd Team All-CenTex DB
Class 4A Regional Finals Qualifier in the 4x100m & 4x200m relay

All-Academic Team
LBJ 2004 Defensive MVP
Class 4A Regional Qualifier in the 400m dash
Was an Old Spice Redzone Player of The Year for 2004, nominated by Coach David Seaborn, Brian Urlacher was the Old Spice Red Zone Spokesperson at the time.

LBJ - 2003

Meghan Flanagan

University of Arizona, Tuscon, Arizona, where she swam the 200 M Backstroke and 200 M IM

  • Four-year letter winner in swimming at LBJ

  • Team captain as a senior

  •  Four-time All-Texas, All-Region IV and All-District 18 selection… NISCA All-American in 200 IM and honorable mention in 100 back and 200 free relay as a senior

  • Senior class president

  • Helped the Jaguars to a regional championship and a third-place finish at the state meet her senior year

  • Regional and state champion in the 200 IM and conference champion in the 100 back… Finished third in 100 back at the state championships

  • Part of an LBJHS team that won the state title her freshman year

LBJ - 1995

Aaron Fletcher

Played for the Laredo Law of the Arenafootball2 League in 2004.  The Austin,Texas native played from 1997-98 at Texas A&M Commerce. He was a preseason All-Conference Lone Star selection in 1998. Fletcher had four interceptions in his first five games as a senior, before getting hurt. He was a top 25 pro prospect at his position, who played at Ranger Junior College from 1995-96. Fletcher was the Defensive Player of the Year as a corner back for the Southwest Junior College football conference in 1996. He attended Austin LBJ High School where as a senior he was a Blue Chip prospect in the state of Texas as a wide receiver. He was also an All-CenTex selection as a junior. Fletcher has a B.A. degree in Health Education. He now resides in Dallas.  Following a season at Houston Baptist, Fletcher joined the staff at the University of Tulsa, where he coaches defensive backs.

LBJ - 1984

Charles Fletcher

Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas.  Fletcher played quarterback for the LBJ Jaguars.  He redshirted his freshmen year as a QB at TCU, then was on the roster as a free safety in 1985.

LBJ - 1991

Mario Freeman

Mario Freeman, pictured here with University of Oklahoma Head Coach Gary Gibbs, was named to Dave Campbell's "Texas Football Magazine" 1990 Super Team, 2nd team defense  as a 6'1", 198 lb linebacker.  At Oklahoma, Freeman was an All Big-8 linebacker in 1993.

LBJ - 1980

Cyril "Hitman" Friday

Cyril Friday, aka " Hitman" played linebacker for the Jaguars and at Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State).  He played for the Bobcats from 1980 thru 1983. "Hitman" was a 2-time second team All American and three-time first team all-Lone Star Conference performer.  He played on 2 NCAA Division II national championship teams under legendary Coach Jim Wacker.  The team went 13-1 in 1981 and 14-0 in 1982. Friday posted the 9th best single season tackle mark with 119. He is still 5th in career tackles with 362 and tied for second in career sacks with 27.5.  He was the SWT freshman of the year in 1980 and defensive player of the year in 1983.  His son, Avery "AC" Cleveland also played linebacker at LBJ and attended SMU for 2 years.

LBJ - 2001

Alex Gagarin

Alex Gagarin was a 2-time Parade Magazine All-American as a soccer Goalkeeper.  At the University of Texas Alex, a Plan II student, continues to excel.

SOPHOMORE (2002) Honors
• First-Team All-Big 12
• GTE/COSIDA First-Team Academic All-District VI
• First-Team Academic All-Big 12
• Fall 2002 & Spring 2003 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

LBJ - 1980

Joe Ghrist

Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.  Joe played on both National Championship teams at SWT.  In 1981 the Bobcats, under Coach Jim Wacker, went 13-1.  The next year, 1982, the team was undefeated team with a 14-0 record.  Joe lettered four years at SWT and earned 1st team All Conference Honors in 1985 as an offensive guard.
While at LBJ, Ghrist earned All District honors as defensive / offensive tackle on the mighty Jaguar team that brought the school its 1st outright District Championship.

Derrick 'DJ' Grant (University of Texas) Football


DJ Grant was a prep All-American, all-state and all-district performer at wide receiver and defensive end ... a three-sport athlete who also competed in basketball and track and field.  DJ participated in the 2008 Under Armor All-America High School Football Game in Orlando, Florida and made a 32-yard TD catch that turned out to be the game winner.  He was rated as the fifth-best wide receiver and 16th-best overall prospect on ESPN's top 150 national list and tabbed as one of the state's Top 10 wide receivers by Dave Campbell's Texas Football .  He tallied 41 catches for 1,142 yards (27.9 ypc) and 16 TDs in his final two seasons in high school and was named first-team 4A all-state by the Texas Sports Writers Association.  DJ also earned first-team All-CenTex and all-district 17-4A Offensive MVP honors as a senior and helped LBJ to a 10-3 record and a district 17-4A championship. He tallied 31 catches for 886 yards (28.6 ypc) and 14 touchdowns and added 70 tackles, three INTs and returned three punts for TDs.  Grant also had 18 knockdown blocks as a wide receiver and hauled in four catches for season-high 144 yards and two touchdowns and rushed once for 24 yards in a win over Johnston High School. He tied his season-high with 144 yards and two TDs on two receptions against Reagan ... recorded 10 receptions for 256 yards (25.6 ypc) and two TDs before breaking his collar bone as a junior.  Grant was named All-CenTex and all-district 25-4A as a sophomore at defensive end where he recorded 101 tackles, six sacks, two forced fumbles and an INT.  DJ also participated in track and field where he was a regional qualifier in the 200 meters and the 4x100 and 4x200-meter relays. DJ helped LBJ to district championships in the 4x100 and 4x200-meter relays and finished second at districts in the 200 meters.

DJ caught 3 TD passes vs. UCLA on September 17, 2011, tying a UT record for TD catches by a TE in a single game.  DJ was selected as the College Football Performance Awards Division I FBS National Tight End Performer of the Week for his performance against UCLA.

Graduated from the University of Texas in December 2012.


LBJ - 1981

Alan Hall

Baylor University, Waco Texas.  Pictured here with former Baylor University head Coach, Grant Teaff.

LBJ - 2002

Alan Guyton

(Florida International University)

As a Redshirt (2004-05): Sat out the season after undergoing right knee surgery in the summer of 2004...expected back at full strength for the 2005-06 campaign.

Lon Morris College (2002-04): Helped head coach Dale Dotson's Bearcats to the 2004 NJCAA Tournament where they finished with a ranking of No. 14 in the country with a 26-8 mark…averaged six points, 4.9 assists and had 52 steals as a sophomore…ranked sixth regionally in assists…impressive assist-to-turnover ratio of 3:1 in 2003-04…Texas Region XIV all-conference honorable mention selection…listed in Who's Who Among Junior College Students.

Prep and Personal Data: A four-year starter at Austin's Lyndon B. Johnson High School for head coach Freddie Roland, helping that school reach the Texas State finals during his freshman season…first-team All-Central Texas selection as a sophomore…averaged 14.1 points, seven assists and five steals as a senior…picked to the All-Austin team and ranked fourth among the Class of 2002 by Texas…high school Honor Roll student…middle school MVP for two seasons…as an amateur with the Roland Warriors, participated in the 1995, '96 and '97 AAU Nationals, finishing eighth overall in 1997…born June 21, 1984, in Austin, Texas…son of Essie Guyton…father of newborn son, Alan DeShon Guyton, Jr., born Aug. 9, 2005 and nicknamed “Legend”…Sports Management major. 

LBJ - 2003

Max Hargrove

Texas Lutheran College, Seguin, Texas.  Max earned his starting position with the Jags as a cornerback his junior year. He received All-District honors and became a key player for the Jags his senior year where he led the team in interceptions and also started on offense, defense, and special teams. In track and field Max was a District champion, regional champion, and state competitor in the 4x100 meter relay. He was also a member of the Science Academy and the National Honor Society.  In his freshman year in college at TLU Max was a top freshman prospect and earned a position at cornerback and on special teams.  Max also made the Dean's List and was inducted into the Honor Society with a GPA of 3.8 his first year at TLU.

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LBJ - 1978 

Mark Hendrix

Mark finished second to State Medalist Mark Chapman for the 1978 LBJ Golf Team that won the 4A State Championship.  Mark went to Rice where he played for the Rice golf team and earned a Bachelor and Masters degree.

LBJ - 2001

Derrick Hill

Derrick Hill was a 6'8" Senior Post at Louisiana State University in Shreveport..  He played his junior season at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.  He spent the previous 2 years at Angelina Junior College.  Derrick Hill, a 6’8 transfer from Midwestern State University, earned two honors in 2004-05 for his outstanding play. Derrick Hill led both the conference and the nation in blocked shots averaging 4.5 a game. He also led the conference in rebounding averaging 11 boards a game. This stat was good enough to rank him 5th in the country. For these numbers, Derrick was named to the All-Conference team and was selected as the GCAC Newcomer of the Year.

LBJ - 1979

Eric Holle

Eric Holle was a 2-year letterman at the University of Texas where he played Defensive End.  Holle was All-Southwest Conference selection in 1983.  He was drafted in the 5th round, the 117th overall pick, by the Kansas City Chiefs.  Holle played for the Chiefs from 1984 thru 1987.  Holle played with the Houston Oilers in 1989.

LBJ - 2003

Chris Houston

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.  Pictured with Coach Houston Nutt.  The 5'11', 175 lb. Houston played running back and cornerback in high school. ranked him as the nation’s No. 32 cornerback. He was ranked as the No. 66 player in the Texas Top 100. At LBJ he rushed for 426 yards and six touchdowns before moving exclusively to cornerback in his senior season. He also played guard on the Runnin' Jags basketball team. IN addition to Arkansas, he was recruited by LSU, Oklahoma, Georgia Tech, Arizona, Houston and Kansas State. He was a member of the PrepStar All-Region IV Team.  Chris was the 41st pick in the 2007 NFL draft by the Atlanta Falcons.  In March 2010, Chris was traded to the Detroit Lions.  Chris was released by the Lions in 2014 due to an injury.  In 2015, Chris signed with the Carolina Panthers, only to re -injure his toe in training camp and retire from the NFL.

Kerry Hyder

LBJ 2009

Kerry Hyder

Kerry Hyder (Texas Tech University) Football, Defensive Tackle.


Three-star (, defensive end.  PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... No. 40 defensive end nationally, per ... No. 52 defensive end nationally, according to ... tough, imposing presence ... good short area quickness and explodes to the ball ... Class 4A All-State second team ... possesses good size, athleticism and plays aggressive ... senior season was first at defensive end ... totaled over 100 tackles for the second-straight season ... had 153 tackles and five sacks as a junior and showed his athleticism with two interceptions ... clocked at 4.6 in the 40 ... also received offers from Utah, Toledo, Cincinnati, Iowa State, Minnesota and New Mexico.  Kerry was named Defensive Player of the Game vs. New Mexico, September 17, 2011.

Kery graduated from Texas Tech University in May 2013.

Kerry signed with the New York Jets as an Undrafted Free Agent, April 2014.  Kerry made the Jets practice squad for the 2014-2015 seasaon.  At the end of 2014 season, Kerry signed with the Detroit Lions and is once again on the practice squad.  In 2016 Kerry made the 53-man roster and enjoyed a breakout season with the Lions.  He led the team in sacks, with 8, and tackles for loss and quarterback hits. Also played for Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks

Iheukwumere, Marvellous

LBJ 2010

Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia University) Track

High School (2006-2010) 

High School Bests: 
100- 11.77s
200- 24.32s
60- 7.76s
4-time State Qualifier,  4-time Regional Qualifier, 8-time Regional Champion, 12-time District Champion, 4-time Texas Relays Qualifier & Finalist,  4-time anchor of the 4x1 m relay, 3-time AAU Junior Olympics Qualifier & Finalist 
Freshman Year-  District and Regional Champion in the 4x200 m relay and State Qualifier in the 4x200 m relay. District Runner-Up in 100 m dash. Placed 4th overall in the 4x200 m relay at the 2007 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Finished 9th overall in the 200 m dash at AAU Nationals in Kissimmee, Florida.
Sophomore Year-  District Champion in 100 m dash, and 4x100. Regional Champion in the 4x100 m relay. State Qualifier in  the 4x100 m dash. Finished 5th overall in the 4x1 m relay at the 2008 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. 
Junior Year- District Champion in 100 m dash and 4x100 m dash. Regional Champion in 100 m dash and 4x100 m dash. State Qualifier in 100 m dash and 4x100 m dash. Led LBJ Women's Track and Field Team to its first Team Regional Championship. Ran a Personal best of 11.77 seconds on March 7, 2009, ranked US High School # 1 at the time. Finished 6th overall in the 100 m dash at Texas Relays. Finished 5th overall in the 100 at the 2009 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Finished 6th overall in the 4x1 at the 2009 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Finished 4th overall in the 100 m dash at the 2009  AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa. Finished 8th overall in the 200 m dash at the 2009 AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa. Ranked as top sprinter in Texas by ESPN Rise Magazine. 
Senior Year- District Champion in 100 m dash, 200 m dash, and 4x100 m relay. Regional Champion in the 100 m dash, 200 m dash. Set a regional meet record in the 200 m dash. Anchored LBJ to a top 20 national ranking in the 4x100 m relay (Texas Relays). Finished 6th overall in the 100 m dash at Texas Relays. Finished third overall in the 100 m dash, claiming a bronze medal at the 2010 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Ranked as top sprinter in Texas by ESPN Rise Magazine. 
College Bests: 
60- 7.51s


6-time Ivy League Conference Champion
6-time 1st team All-Ivy Academic and Athletic Honors 
New Balance Armory Track and Field Women's College Athlete of the Year (2011-2012)
School record holder in the 60 m dash (7.51s)
NCAA D1 Regional Qualifier
Led team to first Conference Championship (2011-2012)
USTFCCCA Division I Track & Field All-Academic honors (Spring 2013- present)
(CoSIDA)/Capital One Academic All-District first team (Spring 2013- present)
Freshman year: Finished 2nd overall in the 200 m dash at the Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Finished 3rd overall in the 60 m dash at the Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Sidelined by  injury during the outdoor season. 

Sophomore year: Captured the 200 m dash title at Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Finished 2nd overall in the 60 m dash at the Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Set a school record in the 60 m dash (7.56s), and finished the indoor season ranked in the DI national top 100 performance list for the 200 m dash. Named New Balance Armory Track and Field Women's College Athlete of the Year for indoor performances. 
Junior year: Won the 60 m and 200 m dash at Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Reset the school record in the 60 m dash (7.51s). Set a school record in the 4x200 m at TX Relays. Won the 100 m dash, 200 m dash, and 4x1 m relay at the Outdoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Qualified for 1st round of NCAAs in the 200 m dash. Ranked in the DI national top 50 for the 200 m dash. 

LBJ - 1991

Ray Jackson

Ray Jackson was one of the University of Michigan's Fab Five, playing alongside Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose and Jimmy King.  Jackson played all 4 years at Michigan,  averaging 10.1 ppg, while playing 26 minutes per game. The Fab Five made it to the NCAA Tournament Championship game as freshmen in 1992, losing to Duke.  He was drafted in the 3rd round by the Grand Rapid Hoops of the CBA and was Rookie of the Year in 1995-96. 

LBJ - 1984

Pat James

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Played cornerback for the Aggies.

LBJ - 1982

Eric Jeffries

Eric Jeffries played Cornerback for the University of Texas.  Jeffries lettered for the Longhorns in 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986.  He was drafted in the 12th round by the Chicago Bears in 1987.

LBJ - 1982

Edward Johnson

Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University, in San Marcos, Texas.  Johnson was an all around player for the Bobcats, lettering in 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986.  He played free safety and strong safety on defense and was also used as a wide receiver and tight end during his career at SWT.  Johnson was a member of the 1982 NCAA Division II National Championship team with a 14-0 record.  During his time at SWT the team was also co-champions of  the Lone Star Conference with a 9-2 record in 1983.

LBJ - 1982


Nick Johnson

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

LBJ - 1982

Roy Joyner

University of Texas at Arlington Movin Mavs.

LBJ - 1980

Todd Judge

Todd played on the defensive line and offensive line at Cisco Junior College, in Cisco, Texas from 1980-1982.  Cisco is located between Ft. Worth and Abilene on I-20.

Daniel Kempf

LBJ 2008


Daniel Kempf

(Boston University) Swimming

After claiming three individual first place finishes at the 2012 America East Swimming and Diving Championship, senior Daniel Kempf has been named Most Valuable player of the Boston University men's swimming team.

Kempf became the first swimmer in America East history to swim the 50m freestyle in under 20 seconds, as he set a new meet, conference, and school record with his time of 19.98. Kempf's winning ways did not stop there, as he also claimed first in the 100m butterfly (48.59) and first in the 100m freestyle (44.52.).

In addition to his individual victories, the Austin, Texas, native was a member of the winning 200m and 400m freestyle relays in addition to the 400m medley relay at the America East Championship.

During the regular season, Kempf was a mainstay in BU's relay teams as well as one of the Terriers' top finishers in the sprints.

Kempf also qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials.

LBJ - 1982

Scott Kloesel

Rice University, Houston, Texas.  

  • Academically ranked 12th of 325 in 1982 LBJ graduating class
  • Started in 29 of 31 LBJ varsity football games
  • Set new LBJ single game rushing record-226 yards on 17 carries, 1981
  • Set new LBJ single game scoring record – 24 points, 1981
  • Three letters varsity football-Three letters varsity baseball
  • Varsity Football Team Captain- 1981-82 Starter – Sophomore year - running back
  • One of leading tacklers on special teams, 1983, 1984
  • Three letters Rice football, 1983, 1984, 1985
  • BA Degrees:  Rice University, 1986  
  •       University of Texas-Austin, 1989 
  • MA Degree:  University of Memphis, 1993

Currently:    Principal
                   Nazareth Academy Catholic School
                   Victoria, Texas

LBJ - 1990

Greg Lane

Notre Dame Defensive Back from 1990 thru 1993 under Head Coach Lou Holtz.  On November 13, 1993, Lane's Fighting Irish team played #1 ranked Florida State and Lane's former teammate at LBJ, Ken Alexander.  Notre Dame prevailed 31-24.


LBJ - 1998

Courtney Lee

Blinn College, Brenham, Texas. 1999  First Team All-Conference (Southwest Junior College Football Conference) Offensive as 6'4", 320 lb. sophomore lineman.  1st Team J. C. Grid-Wire All-American.  Lee transferred to Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi where he started on the offensive line at left guard for the 2000 and 2001 Bulldogs, under head Coach Jackie Sherrill.  Team finished ranked 24th in the country by AP and defeated Texas A&M in the Independence Bowl.

LBJ - 1986

Farris Limuel

Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas.

LBJ - 1995

Michael Paul Mason, Jr.

Mason played wide receiver and returned kickoffs for the University of Mary Hardin Baylor Crusaders, in Belton, Texas.  The year he graduated, 2002, the Crusaders were American Southwest Conference Champions.

LBJ - 2001

Claire McDonough

Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa.  A member of the Grinnell Mad Ducks  Diving team.

LBJ - 1982

James McKinney

James McKinney played Tight End for the University of Texas.  McKinney lettered at UT in 1983, 1984 and 1985.

Kara McCormack

LBJ 2011

Kara McCormack (University of Miami)

Texas High School State Champion and record holder. High School All-American and High School Academic All-American.

Accolades earned at University of Miami

2014 NCAA ALL-AMERICA (platform)
2013 ACC CHAMPION (platform)

Senior (2014-15)...
Redshirted to retain eligibility while recovering from surgery. 


Stephone Mercer

LBJ 2007

Stephone Mercer

Stephone Mercer (Lamar University) Defensive Back, beginning in 2011, following 2 years at Navarrro College.

LBJ - 1987

Danny Mitchell

Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, 1987-1989.  Mitchell transferred to New Mexico State for 1990-91 season to finish his collegiate career as a strong safety/cornerback after Lamar University dropped its football program.

LBJ - 1994

Shon Mitchell

As a high school senior, Mitchell broke the Austin Independent School District's rushing record with 2,076 yards and added 23 touchdowns.  The old record of 1679 yards in 10 games was held for 18 years by LBJ Coach David Seaborn. Mitchell earned second-team Junior College All-America honors at Blinn College.  Mitchell earned Southwestern Conference Newcomer of the Year honors in 1995 after becoming just the sixth Longhorn to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season (1,099 yards on 176 carries, 6.2 avg.).  Mitchell played for the Longhorns from 1995-96 and has seen action professionally with the San Francisco 49ers (National Football League), the London Monarchs of (NFL Europe) and the Tulsa Talons and River City Renegades (Arena League).


Courtney Moore

LBJ 2008

Courtney Moore (Angelo State University) Football

Jeremy Moore

LBJ 2009

Jeremy Moore (Georgia Tech) Football, Wide Receiver
2011 (sophomore):
Played in three games as a back-up at wide receiver... saw action against Western Carolina, Middle Tennessee State and Kansas.

2010 (redshirt freshman):
Sat out the season while recovering from an August knee injury.

2009 (true freshman):

High School
Lyndon B. Johnson High School... had 25 catches for 526 yards and five touchdowns as a senior... averaged 21.0 yards per catch... caught 18 passes and scored six TDs as a junior in 2007... named all-district as a junior... coached by Demo Odens and Claude Mathis... played three seasons of basketball and two seasons of track and field, and finished fifth in the state long jump... led football team to a district title as a senior, a bi-district crown as a junior and a district championship as a sophomore... named to the academic honor roll and won the fine art outstanding achievement award.

Chose Tech because of the athletics, the choices of majors and the location... son of Anthony and Mary Moore... full name is Jeremy Lamont Moore... born Oct. 18, 1990 in Austin, Texas... a left-hander... has two siblings, Tiffany and Brandy... began playing Pop Warner football at age five... the first team he played for was called the East Austin Yellow Jackets... wore jersey No. 4 in high school because he idolized former Texas wide receiver Roy Williams... a management major.


LBJ - 2000

Robert Moore

Valley Forge Military Academy & College, Wayne, Pennsylvania.  Moore transferred to Langston University, an NAIA school, located in Langston, Oklahoma, where he was a  wide receiver for the Lions. Robert played the 2006 season at Texas Lutheran University in Sequin, Texas.

LBJ - 1985

Joey Nanus

Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas.  Red-shirted first year at ACU and then started for three years.  Was awarded the Purple and White ACU spirit award in 90 and went on to play the inaugural year with the Dallas Texans of the Arena football league. In Dallas played center and nose guard and start all but one game. Went on to play rugby after football shedding the pads and pounds to be a formidable threat running the ball up the pitch.  Was selected to the Texas Select side in 93,94,95 and 96 was selected to the Western Select side representing the western states in the US territory in 94,95 and 96 and was selected to the USA Eagles in 1996 in the Pacific Rim Championship.

Nanus graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and currently work for Dell computer as a services sales consultant in Dell Federal Sales Division.

LBJ - 1977

David Nordman

Texas Lutheran University, Sequin, Texas

LBJ - 1992

Demo Odems

Demo Odems played WR on the University of Iowa team that won the Alamo Bowl in 1996.  Odems played 2 years for the Grand Rapids Rampage of the Arena Football League.  Received Rampage Coaches' Award for efforts at WR and DB.  Odems coached for several years at LBJ High School, then served as an assistant coach at Lancaster (TX) High School.  He returned to Austin to become Head Coach and Athletic Director at Johnston High School for the 2007 season.  In the Spring of 2008 Odems returned home to become Head Coach and Athletic Director at LBJ High School.  Odems resigned his position at LBJ to accept a position as running backs coach at Montana State in the spring of 2012.

LBJ 2005

Elliot O'Hare (University of Texas) Elliot is a member of the track team where he participates in the triple jump.  Elliot graduated from the University of Texas in 2010.



LBJ - 1982

Kerry Overton

Rice University, Houston, Texas.  Overton quarterbacked the Owls in 1984 and 1985 and played his way into the Rice record book.  In 1984 he led the Southwest Conference in passing, completing 117 of 271 attempts, a .432 completion percentage.  He threw for 1593 yards, 7 TDs and 16 interceptions.  That same year he led the Owls in total offense with 1620 yards, an average of 147.3 per game.  In 1985 versus Air Force, Overton completed the longest passing play in Rice history - an 86 yard completion to Elliston Stinson.  he also had a 75-yard completion to Keith Lewis against Baylor in 1984 - good for 8th on the all-time list.

LBJ - 1975

Ricky Overton

Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas 

Defensive End

LBJ - 1978

Billy Owens

Henderson County Junior College, Athens, Texas.  In 1986, the school's name was changed to Trinity Valley Community College.  The TVCC Cardinals boast a rich football tradition, bolstered by 2 national junior college championships - 1994 and 1997.

LBJ - 1975


Wayne Ponder

Quarterback for the Lamar University Cardinals in Beaumont, Texas 

LBJ - 2002

Dujuan Price

U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.  Price is a 6', 195 lb defensive back for the Midshipmen.  He worked his way into the line-up at the Naval Academy as a freshman.  He ended his freshman season at Navy with 37 tackles and was a contributor for Navy in their EV1.Net Bowl game at Reliant Stadium in Houston against Texas Tech. 

LBJ - 1993

Dennis Rentie

University of Texas at Arlington, Movin Mavs.

LBJ - 1978

Donald Ray Richard

Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas.  Richard was an All-District performer for the Jaguars.  He lettered all 4 years at TCU and was a 4-year starter at offensive guard.  Richard was signed by the Green Bay Packers but did not make the final cut.

LBJ - 1982

Dexter Robinson

Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University, located in San Marcos, Texas.

LBJ - 1989

Nelson Robinson

Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University, located in San Marcos, Texas.

LBJ - 1991

James Rogers

Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University, located in San Marcos, Texas.

LBJ - 1991

Chris Sanders  

Chris Sanders was named to the 2nd Team of Dave Campbell's "Texas Football Magazine" 1990 Super Team.  Sanders was a 6'5", 207 lb. Defensive Back at LBJ.  Sanders played receiver for Texas A&M in 1991, 1992, 1994 and 1995.  Playing as a true freshman, he caught 3 passes for 36 yards.  In 1994 he caught 22 passes for 422 yards and 4 TDs.  As a junior, Sanders led the team with 19.2 yards per catch, including a 75-yard TD against Baylor.  As a senior he ranked 3rd on the team with 23 catches for 281 yards.  His best game was against Texas Tech when he had 15 receptions for 77 yards.  His career high was 107 yards vs. TCU in 1994. In all, Sanders started 16 games for the Aggies, including 10 as a senior in 1995.  Chris went on to play for the Houston Oilers and the Washington Redskins in the NFL.

LBJ - 1992

Sedrick Shaw

Sedrick Shaw had a stellar football career at the University of Iowa.  He left Iowa as the all-time leading rusher in Iowa history with 4156 yards on 837 carries and 33 TDs. He was MVP of the 1996 Alamo Bowl.  Shaw was a 3rd round draft pick of the New England Patriots.  In 1999 Shaw was traded to the Cleveland Browns and ended his NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2000.

Ryan Sittig

LBJ 2009

Ryan Sittig

(U.S. Air Force Academy) Swimming

2009-10 Highlights: Competed in several dual meets throughout the season ... specialized in the 500, 1000 and 1650 freestyle events.... also swam the 200 back and 200 & 400 medley events.

High School: Lettered four years in swimming for coach Lee Willing ... state champion in the 500 freestyle ... three-time NISCA All-American ... lettered in baseball one year ... also swam for the Longhorn Aquatics Club, coached by Doug Rusk ... member of the National Honor Society.


Lara Slesnick

LBJ 2010

Lara Slesnick (Texas A&M)

As a Freshman at A&M, was No. 4 on the team in the 1,000 free (9:53.66) and the 1,650 free (16:25.15), with both times from the Speedo Sectionals.

A 2010 graduate of Lyndon B. Johnson high school in Austin, Texas, Slesnick was four-year letter winner and was coached by Lee Willing...finished in the Top-8 in two events in each of her four years of high school, and finished third in the 200-yard individual medley and second in the 500-yard freestyle her senior year...holds the school records in the 500 free (4:58.09) and 500-yard butterfly (5:53.40)...also swam for the Texas Gold Swimming club team and was coached by Aubrey Knapper.

Nolan Slesnick

LBJ 2008

Nolan Slesnick

(Binghamton University)

Junior Season (2010-11)
  • Gold medalist in the 400 IM at the 2011 America East Championships
  • Also swam to a second-place finish in the 500 free and mile at AE Championships
  • Member of the 800 free relay team that claimed a third-place finish at the conference meet
  • Named a captain for the 2011-12 season
  • Garnered America East Swimmer of the Week (1/19) honors after winning two events against Niagara
  • Won at least two events in four different dual meets (Niagara, St. Bonaventure, Colgate, Stony Brook)
  • Won at least one event in eight different meets during season
  • Still holds school records in the 1000 free and mile
  • Ranks second all-time in the 500 free
Sophomore Season (2009-10)
  • Touched 2nd in the 1650 free and 3rd in both the 500 free and 400 IM at the America East Championships, posting three medalist honors
  • A member of the 800 free relay team that finished 3rd at the AE Championships in school record time
  • Named to the America East All-Conference team
  • Highest scoring Bearcat at AE Championships
  • Garnered America East Swimmer of the Week accolades after helping the BU Men’s team to a victory over Stony Brook with wins in the 500 free, 1000 free and the 400 IM
  • Notched multiple victories in four different dual meets
  • Honored as the BU Men’s team Most Valuable Swimmer
  • Continues to hold all school and freshmen records set last year
  • Member of America East Honor Roll for GPA of 3.0 or higher
Freshman Season (2008-09)
  • Led team with two individual wins at the America East Championships with first place finishes in the 400 IM and 1650 free
  • Set a conference record for the 400 IM with a time of 3:56.23
  • Also took third at the AE Championships in the 500 free
  • Honored with the Newcomer of the Year award at conference meet
  • Named America East Swimmer of the Week
  • Broke Bearcat freshman records in the 500 free, 1000 free, 1650 free and the 400 IM
  • Holds five spots on the Bearcat All-Time Top-10 record list including the top spot in the 400 IM, 1000 free and 1650 free
LBJ High School
  • Three time individual state medalist (500 Free in 2007, 2008 and 200 Free in 2008)
  • High school team placed 3rd (2006), 4th (2007), 2nd (2008) at State championships
  • Four-time letter winner

Tyson Slesnick

LBJ 2006

Tyson Slesnick

(Boston University) Swimming

AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09: Swam in three events at the 2009 America East Championships, placing in the top 5 in all events, respectively ... Swam a personal best in the 400 individual medley (3:58.10) placing third, and finishing fourth in both the 100 breaststroke (56.69) and 200 breaststroke (2:03.83).

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007-08: Broke the 1650 free school record in 15:52.93 at the America East Championships, where he finished second overall ... Also broke the school record in the 400 IM in 4:01.50 at the conference championship, finishing third overall.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY: Swam for Rutgers University during the 2006-07 season ... In high school was a four-time all-state honoree ... As a senior, was a 4A State Champion and All-American in the 200 IM ... As a junior was an All-American in the 200 IM and Honorable Mention in the 500 free ... Was named to the USA Scholastic All-American list in 2004, 2005 and 2006.


Ellie Souganidis

LBJ 2006

Ellie Souganidis

 (Massachusetts Institute of Technology "MIT") Swimming

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007-08: Led a strong Tech breaststroke campaign at NEWMACs, placing 6th in both the 100 Breast (1:11.08), and 200 Breast (2:34.46)...also placed 6th in the 100 Fly. Swam the butterfly leg on the 200 Medley relay for the Engineers which placed 4th. Also swam butterfly on the "B" 400 Medley Relay, placed ahead of all other "B" relays. As of 2008, owns Top-10 Institute Times in 5 individual events and 1 relay--notably 7th all-time in the 100 Fly and 8th all-time in the 100 Breast.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006-07: Ellie Souganidis: On the second day of NEWMACs championships, competed in the 100 Fly/100 Breast double--placing 4th in the 100 Fly (1:00.76) and 11th in the 100 Breast (1:12.22). Added to her Championship Final tally with another 4th place finish in the 200 Fly. Swam the butterfly leg on MIT's 3rd-place 400 Medley Relay. Also swam butterfly on the "B" 200 Medley Relay with placed 11th, ahead of all other "B" teams. Also swam on the Preliminary "A" 400 Free Relay for the Engineers.


LBJ - 1986

Michael Sweeney

Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas

LBJ - 1984

Mark Terry

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

LBJ - 1989

Billy Ray Todd, Jr.

Billy Ray Todd played Linebacker and Offensive Tackle for the University of Texas.  Todd lettered for the Longhorns in 1984, 1985 and 1986.

LBJ - 1984

Ernest Townsend

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

LBJ - 1996

Lamont Truitt

Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri.  Pictured here with Coach Willie Fritz, who coached Truitt at Blinn College before accepting the head coaching position at CMSU.  Truitt played defensive back for the CMSU Mules in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA).  He ranks 10th on the Mules career interceptions list with 7 picks over 2 seasons (1998-1999).  Truitt earned 1st team MIAA All-Conference honors as a defensive back in 1998 and 1999.


Truitt also participated in track for CMSU, running the 100m, 200m and 400m.


Since graduating from CMSU in 1999, Truitt has played in the National Indoor Football League for the Sioux City Bandits in Sioux City, Iowa.  He plays defensive back and running back for the Bandits.

LBJ - 2005

Joseph Turner

Texas Christian University (TCU), Fort Worth, Texas.  Redshirted as a true freshman.  In 2006 as a sophomore rushed for 166 yards, 6.9 per carry. 2007 TCU's leading rusher with 597 yards, 5.2 yards per carry and 6 TDs.  Selected by teammates as TCU's Offensive Most Valuable Player.  Rushed for 226 yards and 4 TDS on 33 carries against San Diego State.  This is the 14th best single game rushing performance in TCU history.  It earned Turner the Mountain West Conference Player of the Week.  2008 Turner again topped TCU in rushing with 577 yards and 11 TDs.  The 11 TDs tied Turner for 4th in the Mountain West Conference.


At LBJ High School, Turner rushed for 1089 yards as a junior.  He had 735 yards rushing thru 4 games before sustaining a season-ending knee injury as a senior.  Lettered in football and track at LBJ.  Has a career best time of 20.9 in the 200 meters, as a junior.  Was district champ in the 100 and 200 meters and placed 2nd in Regionals and 5th in State in the 2005.


Joseph graduated from TCU in 2010.


LBJ 2005

Godwin Ubah (Angelo State University) Football.  Played on the defensive line for the Angelo State Rams.


LBJ 2005

Javier Wallace (Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL ) at 6'3" 270 lb played on the offensive line for the Rattler football team.

LBJ - 1982

Terrance Washington

Rice University, Houston, Texas.  Washington lettered for the Owls in 1983.

LBJ - 1978

Danny Whisenhunt

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

LBJ - 1989

John "Jack"  Wilson

Sul Ross University, Alpine, Texas.

LBJ - 2000

David Wren

Baylor University, Waco, Texas.  David Wren, pictured here with Baylor Head Coach, Kevin Steele, signed with the Bears as a defensive lineman.  He transferred to Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas in 2003.  Wren played in 11 games in 2003, recording 18 solo tackles and 17 assisted tackles for the Rams.

Devarus Wright

LBJ 2009

Texas Southern University - Track & Field ran the 800 Meters.  Devarus switched to the Javelin Throw as a redshirt senior for the 2013-1014 season.

Alicia Zhang


Alicia Zhang

Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. 

Competed four years at LBJ; team captain as a senior. All-State honoree and state medalist multiple times. Won state championship in the 200 medley relay in 2006, and was 4A state champion and All-American in the 100 butterfly in 2008.

Swam four years at Princeton University, for a team that won three Ivy League Championships. 2013 recipient of the Class of 2000 Susan S. Teeter Award, given to a senior, who, during her four year career, distinguished herself as both an outstanding student and a valuable member of the Women's Swimming and Diving Team.



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