The Crusaders were honored at the St. Louis Blues inaugural Pride Night on January 19. Find out how we participated in the pre-game ceremonies!
Gay and bisexual men can benefit a lot from playing sports but why choose rugby over the others? You'll have to read to find out but we've got a lot more to offer than just pretty faces.
Tyler joined the team in the Fall 2016 season. He plays as a wing but he's always eager to get into rucks and tackle someone. Find out more about this rugger!
Eric started playing with the Crusaders during the Fall 2016 season. He has played as a flanker for the team in multiple matches. Find out more about this rugger by checking out his player profile!
Bill came to the Crusaders in the fall of 2016 training as a lock but quickly switched to being a wing in his first match. Now fast forward to the end of the season where this rookie scored his first try in the last game of the season.
Conor joined the team during the summer of 2016 and has played as a lock and flanker so far. He really enjoys tackling and meeting new people when the team travels around different states.
Drew is a forward for the team primarily acting as a lock. He has played on and off for about five years and has some advice for people who really aren't sure if they should give rugby a go.
Connor is a true rugby fanatic. His love for the sport was born in Ireland and was fostered by his team at De Smet High School. He recently joined the team playing as a flanker or our scrum-half. Check him out!
You might have seen this guy's face on TV recently or maybe read his name in a newspaper. Why? Robert runs the public relations/communications for the Crusaders. He also plays as tight-head prop since joining the team in December 2015. Check out his profile to see where he is originally from!
Say hello to Cody! He joined the team about a month ago and proves to be a great tackler already. It's definitely one of his favorite parts of rugby. What does he do when he isn't playing rugby? You'll just have to read this profile for that information. We promise it's intriguing.
As a recent addition to the team, Chris has proven to be a very versatile player. He has trained in both back and forward positions but has played as the hooker in recent games. He will be graduating with a Masters in Engineering this spring.
Doug joined the team in the spring of 2015 and plays as a lock. He also became the team's Treasurer during the summer proving to be a great addition to the leadership board. You'll see him on the pitch as a lifter for a line-out because he used to be a collegiate cheerleader!