The New England Free Jacks will have Cam Davidowicz for the second year of his contract during the 2023 Major League Rugby season. The 26-year-old back-row (27 in February) is 6’1″ and 225lbs.
Cam played in 15 matches during the 2022 season, making 5 starts and 116 tackles. he then played with Mystic River RFC during the Fall American Rugby Premiership season.
Cam was signed to the wider training squad for the remainder of the 2021 Major League Rugby season. He played with Mystic River in the Premier Summer 7s competition and in the Fall in American Rugby Premiership in XVs.
Davidowicz also represented the New England Independents, the Free Jacks development program, during the 2020 season, earning man of the match in the first matchup with the Free Jacks in January of the year.
He is from Bradford, Massachusetts, and attended Whittier Regional Vocational School. As a freshman, he began playing rugby with Essex County Youth Rugby Bulldogs, who won three consecutive Massachusetts High School Club Division Championships through 2014.
Following high school, he went to Plymouth State University where he played rugby for the Norsemen and was honored twice as an NSCRO All-American. In 2019 he also attended the USA Men’s Collegiate Selection East Camp in Rochester, NY.
Cam played with Mystic River in the Premier Summer Sevens and was on the Mystic River Collegiate Select team, which traveled to Montreal, Quebec to face the Voyageurs of Lower Ontario in 2018. He also played on Mystic River’s Division 1 Club team following playing with Plymouth State.
Cam played with the New England Independents against the New England Free jacks in January 2020 and was the Man of the Match in the first game on January 18.