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Glendale Raptors

Glendale Raptors
Full name Glendale Raptors
Nickname(s) Raptors
Location Glendale, Denver, CO
Ground(s) Infinity Park (Capacity: 5,000)
Coach(es) Andre Snyman
Captain(s) Zach Fenoglio
League(s) Pacific Rugby Premiership
2015 Champions
Official website
.com.glendaleraptorswww

The Glendale Raptors is a rugby club based in Glendale, Colorado playing out of Infinity Park. The squad won the 2011 Division I Championship and the 2015 Pacific Rugby Premiership title with both games being played at their home field at Infinity Park.

Squad

Three Glendale players represented the US national team at the 2011 Rugby World Cup - James Paterson, Nese Malifa, and Nic Johnson. Two Glendale players — hooker Zach Fenoglio — and scrum half Niku Kruger were named to the U.S. team for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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