Old Glory DC Luke Campbell 2023 Profile

Old Glory DC re-signed Canadian international Luke Campbell for the 2023 Major League Rugby season. The 30-year-old blindside flanker/No.8 (31 in February)  is 6’3″ and 245 lbs.

Luke played 773 minutes in 12 matches, starting 11, and scored two tries for Old Glory in 2022.

Luke played 196 minutes in 6 matches, starting 3, carrying for 42 meters over ten ball carries, and maintained over a 90% tackle percentage over 35 tackles during the 2021 season.

Luke is from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and attended Oak Bay Secondary where he played rugby for the Barbs. He attended the University of Victoria as an Education Major and played rugby for the Vikes. While there, he represented Canada on the Under-20s in 2012.

He played for James Bay Athletic Association in the BC Premier League and played for the Canada Senior Men’s National Team, making his debut against the United States in Sacramento on February 10, 2018, in the Americas Rugby Championship. He has played in 15 tests, including at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Luke has also played for Canada Selects in 2017 and representative rugby for the BC Bears. In 2019 he joined the Toronto Arrows making his debut as a starter on May 12 against the Utah Warriors. He would start five times, playing 297 minutes, and scoring one try.

Since the Rugby World Cup, Luke has played for James Bay Athletic Association in the British Columbia Premiership.

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