Chicago Hounds Signs Lindsey Stevens

The Chicago Hounds signed Lindsey Stevens for the 2023 Major League Rugby season after obtaining his signing rights from the Toronto Arrows, who had selected him in the MLA dispersal draft of LA Giiltinis and Austin Gilgronis players. In exchange, the Arrows received salary cap considerations for 2023. The 27-year-old hooker is 5’11” and 215 lbs.

Lindsey played 211 minutes in 9 matches, starting twice, scoring 3 tries, adding 96 meters gained on his 20 carries, and completing 40 tackles with three breakdown steals on the season. He played in international tests with the Canadian National Team in July and against the Netherlands and Namibia in November and has 4 caps for Canada.

Lindsey played 250 minutes in 6 matches, starting 2, scoring 2 tries, carrying 33 times, and completing all 35 of his tackle attempts for the Giltinis in 2021. His season ended prematurely with a knee injury.

Lindsey played 98 minutes in 3 matches, starting 1, for NOLA Gold during the 2020 MLR season. He played for Eastern Suburbs in the Shute Shield competition in Australia since the 2016/2017 season.

Lindsey is from Dripping Springs, Texas, and attended Dripping Springs High School. His mother is from Texas and his father is of Canadian heritage. He then moved to Australia and attended Waverly College.

Skeeter played for Eastern Suburbs RFC in the Shute Shield competition since 2016, with a break to play with the Houston SaberCats in 2018, where he played 479 minutes, started 7 matches, and scored one try.

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