Jason has lived in multiple cities in his lifetime but he always makes it back to the city he loves the most, Escondido. In 1995, a sophomore at Orange Glen High School, Jason was the starting left tackle which earned him 1st team All-Palomar League and 2nd team All-CIF San Diego honors.
His athletic career was halted in his first year playing college football because of a terrible auto accident that left Jason with a broken neck. He would never play football again. However, that didn't stop his drive, ambition or sense of humor.
Jason's love of sports has continued throughout the years, coaching his 3 daughters' (Sophia, Olivia, and Ariana) soccer and softball teams. He knows that it's not just about teaching them skills and strategy, but learning from failures and setbacks, along with having good sportsmanship and integrity.
Jason is now a success off the field as he runs his own company JTY Window and Door Specialist, installing high end doors and windows to some of Southern California's most expensive homes and hotels. He has always had a heart for giving back to those who need it most. "The idea of helping these students out by supplying them with the proper equipment and other tools they need to be more successful is priceless", Jason says.
Jesse was born and raised in Escondido, Ca. He also attended Orange Glen high school with Jason, and that's where their love and appreciation for high school athletics began. Jesse also played football on the Varsity team but didn't excel like Jason. Tennis was actually a better fit for Jesse as he received honorable mention honors as a Jr and 2nd team All-Palomar league in his senior year.
The 6'2 only child was never known for being a standout athlete. He was actually fairly notorious for not being able to keep quiet and having an early comfort behind a microphone. You can catch him weekdays on Star 94.1 as Jesse Lozano in the Morning or in the afternoon on 102.7 KIIS fm as "Boytoy Jesse Lozano".
It was Jesse, who was visiting Orange Glen in 2011, that realized the need for resources within athletics was a growing problem. "I went to visit the girls varsity tennis team and they were all taking their rackets out of some sort of first come first serve trash can that the coach would drag out to the courts. I saw an unfair advantage as a visiting school showed up to the match in coordinated track suits and a van with their school logo and tennis team printed on the side. NOT COOL. Once I explained that scenario to Jason, bnoth of us decided to start 1 More Win."
Jesse now lives in Carmel Valley with his wife Natalie and his two children Savannah and Jason.