• Crusader Rugby Wins National Championship In Overtime
    June 07, 2017
    Christendom College: national champions. The Christendom Crusaders rugby team won the NSCRO 7’s National Championship in Philadelphia in dramatic fashion on Sunday, June 4, defeating St. Mary’s College of Maryland in overtime 24-19. The victory brought the school its first-ever national championship, as the Crusaders wowed the crowd of over 15,000 attendees with their incredible come-from-behind win.
  • Christendom Wins Frassati Rugby Invitational
    April 04, 2017
    Christendom’s Crusader rugby team dominated Ave Maria University and Franciscan University of Steubenville in the inaugural Frassati Invitational on Saturday, April 1, 2017, handily winning the tournament in front of a packed crowd on a beautiful day in the Shenandoah Valley.
  • Frassati Tournament & Alumni Soccer Update
    March 31, 2017
    From the desk of the AD: The weekend is going to be sunny and beautiful! I hope you have heard by now and have made plans, but the Frassati Invitational is this Saturday, April 1. This tournament is an expansion on the yearly Shield Match. Christendom will be hosting Ave Maria and Franciscan University's Rugby teams in a round-robin tournament; and the winner gets the Frassati Shield.
  • Lady Crusaders Split Opening Doubleheader
    March 22, 2017
    After build-up of much anticipation due to multiple snow or rained-out games, the Lady Crusaders softball team took the field for their first game this past Wednesday. Under new Coach Bob McClary, the team began this season well, with a 14-11 run victory against Notre Dame of Maryland. The girls played a clean first game, making only 2 errors. Among the highlights were a diving catch behind 2nd base made by senior shortstop Bridget Handy to end the top of the second inning, as well as clutch hits by sophomores Nicole Feldman and Maggie Adams and consistent pitching by Senior Mary Solitario
  • Crusaders Fall in Opener to Hood College
    March 21, 2017
    The Crusaders lost to Hood College 0-14 on Tuesday, March 21. After a rough first inning where Hood scored 4 runs, the Crusaders, led by the stellar pitching by Ian Heisler, defensively rallied to allow just 1 score for the next 4 innings. In the top of the 6th, Hood strung together a few hits and some walks and the floodgates opened; and Hood College widened their lead considerably.