Height/Weight: 6-3" / 195 lbs.
Age: 29 y.o.
Occupation: Web Developer
As one of six accomplished, athletic brothers -- and son of a storied H.S. football coach -- Rory was raised in a tight-knit Mormon family who never stopped loving him throughout his coming out. Growing up in a small military town, this H.S. all-league basketball and football player, class president, straight-A student, and b.m.o.c ... seemed to have all the girls chasing him! His charisma and charm attract both sexes, but his good upbringing and big heart lead him to seek monogamy and romance.
Since joining the Rockdogs in 2002, Rory has found a home and surrogate family that has helped him excel in life and in sports. At the 2006 International Gay Games, he became the first gay athlete to win gold medals in both basketball and football. Other recent accolades include: All-offensive team at the 2007 National Gay Superbowl; and MVP of the New York Gay Football League in Fall 2007. Rory is committed to supporting the Rockdogs mission and his teammates as they set out to change the face of sports, and to provide a home for future generations of gay athletes and non-athletes alike. Propelled by his family's strong work-ethic, Rory is frustrated sometimes with the Rockdogs' lack of direction and teamwork.
With a dual degrees in computer science and business, Rory founded his own web development & marketing company. Along with creating websites for Fortune 500 clients, he combines his web programming skills, encyclopedic pop lyric knowledge, and passion for music to write and produce songs for all media. In between traveling to explore new countries and cultures overseas, Rory loves cooking dinner for friends, and reading his favorite fantasy books.