Boston Crusaders


Other Names:Most Precious Blood Crusaders, Hyde Park Crusaders, and Boston

Boston, MA United States
Founded: 1940

Active Junior
World Class
YearTheme/Songs
1953 El Capitan * Give My Regards to Broadway * Look Sharp (Gillette Song) * Musketeers Song * Whiffenpoof Song * Yankee Doodle Dandy * Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life (from Naughty Marietta) * Babes in Toyland * March of the Toys (from Babes in Toyland) * Scotty Chapel Waltz * French National Defile * Going Home  
1954 Stouthearted Men (from New Moon) * Poor Little Lambs * Indian Summer * March of the Toys (from Babes in Toyland) * Yankee Doodle * Give My Regards to Broadway * French National Defile * Musketeers Song * Going Home * Romany Life (from The Fortune Teller) * Under the Double Eagle * Scotty Chapel Waltz * Look Sharp (Gillette Song)  
1955 French National Defile * Musketeers Song * Poor Little Lambs * Going Home * Rise and Shine * Inside USA * The Barefoot Contessa * Ohio (from Wonderful Town) * Romany Life (from The Fortune Teller)  
1956 I'll See You In My Dreams  
1957 Someone to Watch Over me (from Oh, Kay!) * When Johnny Comes Marching Home * Love Nest * Full Moon And Empty Arms * Hawaiian Wedding Song * Tuxedo Junction * Rags To Riches * Shangri-La * Ain't Misbehavin' * El Capitan * The Man With The Golden Arm * Dearly Beloved  
1958 Someone to Watch Over me (from Oh, Kay!) * El Capitan * Rags To Riches * Shangri-La * The Man With The Golden Arm * Giant * Dearly Beloved * Inside USA * Strangers In Paradise * Go Moses Go * Theme from the Eddy Duchin Story  
1959 Allies on the March * I Have Dreamed (from The King and I) * Serenata  
1961 Everything's Coming Up Roses (from Gypsy) * When Johnny Comes Marching Home * We Kiss In the Shadows (from The King and I) * The Man With The Golden Arm * Tonight (from West Side Story)  
1962 My Only Beloved * The Man With The Golden Arm * Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart * Tonight (from West Side Story)  
1963 Hava Nagila * Jubilation T Cornpone (from Li'l Abner) * My Only Beloved * The Man With The Golden Arm * Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart * Russian Sailor's Dance (from The Red Poppy) * Put On A Happy Face * I've Got a Lot of Living To Do * Persian Market  
1964 El Capitan * Hava Nagila * I'll Walk with God (from The Student Prince) * Drums In My Heart * Manhattan Tower * Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart * Russian Sailor's Dance (from The Red Poppy) * I've Got a Lot of Living To Do * Persian Market * The Man With The Golden Arm  
1965 El Capitan * Fiddler on the Roof * Hava Nagila * I'll Walk with God (from The Student Prince) * I'm Learnin' My Latin * Married I Can Always Get * Once Upon A Dream * Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart * Russian Sailor's Dance (from The Red Poppy) * I Wish You Love * Persian Market  
1966 El Capitan * Tradition (from Fiddler on the Roof) * Hava Nagila * This Is Worth Fighting For * Shadow of Your Smile (from The Sandpiper) * It Was a Very Good Year * Polka Dots and Moonbeams * On a Clear Day (from On a Clear Day You Can See Forever) * Persian Market  
1967 Coronation March * El Capitan * Yankee Doodle * Mondo Cane * To Life (from Fiddler on the Roof) * Hava Nagila * Meat and Metal Shoes * On a Clear Day (from On a Clear Day You Can See Forever) * Persian Market  
1968 El Capitan * Man of La Mancha * Unsquare Dance * Yankee Doodle * Yankee Doodle Dandy * Mondo Cane * Hatikvah (Israeli National Anthem) * Hava Nagila * Don't Cry * Persian Market  
1969 Conquest (from Captain From Castile) * Pop Goes The Weasel * Yankee Doodle * 2001: A Space Odyssey * War March And Battle Hymn Of The Vikings * Hatikvah (Israeli National Anthem) * Hava Nagila * Unsquare Dance * Don't Cry * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1970 Conquest (from Captain From Castile) * Battle Hymn of the Republic * Marines' Hymn * Knick Knick * Man of La Mancha * Whoever You Are I Love You (from Promises, Promises) * Knowing When to Leave (from Promises, Promises) * Promises, Promises * Turkey Lurkey Time (from Promises, Promises) * Naahleh L'Arisenu * Artsa Alinu * Hava Nagila * Ballad for Giraffes * California Dreamin'  
1971 Coronation of Boris Godunov * Battle Hymn of the Republic * Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child * Yankee Doodle * Yankee Doodle Dandy * Promises, Promises * Hava Nagila * On a Clear Day (from On a Clear Day You Can See Forever) * (They Long to Be) Close to You  
1972 Opening Scene from Boris Godunov * Yankee Doodle * Zorba The Greek * Beginnings * Make Me Smile * Persian Market  
1973 El Capitan * Yankee Doodle * Man of La Mancha * War March And Battle Hymn Of The Vikings * Cast A Giant Shadow * Hava Nagila * Meat And Metal Shoes * California Dreamin' * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1974 Oklahoma Crude * Pop Goes the Weasel * Tubular Bells * Hatikvah (Israeli National Anthem) * Theme from The Man * California Dreamin' * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1975 Lohengrin * Tubular Bells * Cast a Giant Shadow * Sader Stomp * Captain from Castile * Eberhard * Love Theme * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1976 Coronation March * Love's Theme * Simple Song (from Bernstein's Mass) * Kyrie (from Bernstein's Mass) * Hatikvah (Israeli National Anthem) * Hava Nagila * Sabre Dance * When Will I See You Again * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1977 Fifth Symphony * Coronation March * Samba de Harps * Spanish Fantasy * Hava Nagila * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1978 Finale from the Fifth Symphony in E Flat * Festive Overture * Hatikvah (Israeli National Anthem) * Hava Nagila * Spanish Fantasy * Threshold * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1979 Coronation of Boris Godunov * Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy) * Threshold * Birdland * Fantasy * Time for a Change * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1980 The Wasps, Aristophanic Suite * Kid Charlemagne * And on the Sixth Day * Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy) * Time for a Change * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1981 Coronation of Boris Godunov * Best Coast * Flamenco * Wacky Dust * And on the Sixth Day * Threshold * Lady Beside Me * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1982 Samson and Delilah * Threshold * Kitty's Back * Spain * While My Guitar Gently Weeps * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1983 Mexicali Nose * Billie Jean * Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy) * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1984 Mexicali Nose * The Rainmaker * Moments in Japan * California Dreamin' * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1985 Symphony No. 2 * Turquoise * Exception to the Rule * Axel F (from Beverly Hills Cops) * The Rainmaker * California Dreamin' * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1986 Fifth Symphony * Coronation March * Smooth Operator * Bluesette * Conga  
1987 Music for Wind and Percussion * Havalah * Hava Nagila * Unsquare Dance * Hello Again * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1988 Music for Wind and Percussion * At the End of the Day (from Les Miserables) * Attack on Rue Plumet (from Les Miserables) * One Day More (from Les Miserables) * Do You Hear the People Sing? (from Les Miserables) * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1989 Man of La Mancha * A Whiter Shade of Pale * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1990 Coronation of Boris Godunov * Captain from Castile * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1991 Selections from Rocky - War (from Rocky) * Conquest (from Rocky) * Training Montage (from Rocky)  
1992 Pictures at an Exhibition - Promenade (from Pictures at an Exhibition) * Hut of Baba-Yaga (from Pictures at an Exhibition) * Tuileries (From Pictures at an Exhibition) * Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks (From Pictures at an Exhibition) * The Old Castle (From Pictures at an Exhibition) * Market Place at Limoges (from Pictures at an Exhibition) * Great Gate of Kiev (from Pictures at an Exhibition)  
1993 Russian Easter Overture * Scheherazade: The Prince and the Princess * Scheherazade: Festival in Baghdad  
1994 Russian Cameos - Russian Easter Overture * Troika (from Lieutenant Kije Suite) * Romance (from Lieutenant Kije Suite) * Russian Sailor's Dance (from The Red Poppy)  
1995 Pat Metheny Music - Are We There Yet? * Beat 70 * Cathedral in a Suitcase * The First Circle  
1996 Portraits of Our Homeland - The East - God Save the Queen * America The Beautiful * Festival Overture on the Star Spangled Banner * Grover's Corner (from Our Town) * Children's Dance (from Merry Mount Suite) * Times Square (from On the Town)  
1997 Portraits of Our Homeland, Conflicts and Resolution - Original Fanfare * Chester Overture * Lincoln Portrait * Eternal Father * Navy Hymn * Victory at Sea  
1998 Seascapes: From the Big Screen - The Sea Hawk * Captain from Castile * Conquest (from Captain From Castile)  
1999 A Collection of Symphonic Dances - Armenian Dances * Allegro Risoluto (from English Dances, Set 1) * Vivace (from English Dances, Set 1) * Allegretto (from Four Scottish Dances) * Prelude (from "La Fiesta Mexicana") * Symphonic Dance No. 3 - Fiesta  
2000 RED - Bolero * Intensity * Time To Say Goodbye * Day Danse * Symphonic Dance No. 3 - Fiesta  
2001 Harmonium - Wild Nights (from Harmonium) * Marimba Spiritual * Brothers (from the Mission) * Gabriel's Oboe (from the Mission) * Dance of the New World * Shakata: Singing the World into Existance * Original Music  
2002 You Are My Star - Intro to Appalachian Spring * The American President * Allegro from Appalachian Spring * America * Clarinet Concerto * You Are My Star * Simple Gifts from Appalachian Spring  
2003 BRAVO! - Bolero * Danzas de Pasion * La Oracion (The Prayer) * Spanish Fantasy * Malaguena  
2004 The Composition of Color - Introduction * Colored Rhythms * Colored Harmonies * Colored Dynamics * Colored Combinations * Closing  
2005 Ode to Joy - Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring * Overture to Candide * The Promise of Living (from Tender Land) * Sing Sang Sung * Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy)  
2006 Cathedrals of the Mind - blue cathedral * Concerto for Orchestra * The Windmills of Your Mind * Original  
2007 A Picasso Suite - In Pace * Cruzados * Oblivion * La Fiesta  
2008 Neocosmos - Also Spracht Zarathustra (from 2001: A Space Odyssey) * Kingfishers Catch Fire * Moondance * August's Rhapsody (from August Rush) * Burly Brawl (from the Matrix)  
2009 The Core of Temptation - Bacchanale (from Samson and Delilah) * Salome * Belkis, Queen of Sheba * Dance of the Maenads * Myst * Oceana  
2010 Thy Kingdom Come - Throne Procession and Fanfare * Tenth Symphony, Second Movement * Power Shift * Planet Damnation * Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (variation 18) * The Quest for Glory  
2011 Revolution - Do You Hear the People Sing from Les Miserables * I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables * The Attack on Rue Plumet from Les Miserables * On My Own from Les Miserables * Bring Him Home from Les Miserables * One Day More from Les Miserables * 1812 Overture  
2012 The Titans - Pines of Rome * Roman Festivals * Symphony No. 10 * Evey Reborn * War Dance (from Belkis, Queen of Sheba) * Symphony No 1 (Titan)  
2013 Rise - Sit Down, Stand Up * Water Night * Falling Slowly (from Once) * Lean on Me * Test Drive (from How to Train Your Dragon) * Time (from Inception) * Original Music  
2014 Animal Farm - The Battle on the Ice from Alexander Nevsky * Polyuska Polye (O Field, My Field) * Symphony No 4 in D Minor * Movement 2 from Symphony No 11 * Movement 4 from Concert Romanesq * Concerto for Violin and Orchestra * Original Music  
2015 Conquest - Game of Thrones * Conquest (from Captain from Castille) * Palladio * Take What is Ours (from Assassin's Creed 4) * Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus * The Battle (from Gladiator) * Original Music  
2016 QUIXOTIC - The Impossible Dream (The Quest) from The Man of La Mancha * Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote) from Man of La Mancha * Dulcinea (from Man of La Mancha) * Asturias (Leyenda) from Suite España, Op 47 * Kiriki Film (from IRIS) * Quixotic  
The Crusaders’ predecessor, the Most Precious Blood Crusaders, was formed in 1940 in the Hyde Park section of Boston. An early triumph of the young corps was winning the preliminary competition in the 1954 VFW Nationals.

The corps became the Hyde Park Crusaders sometime after 1955 when they lost church sponsorship, possibly because the church limited membership to church parishioners; the name became the Boston Crusaders sometime after 1958. Then and throughout their history, the group has cherished a reputation as the corps that would not die.

In 1957, the corps' second season after leaving the Church, they wanted to get new uniforms, having marched in 1956 in their old Most Precious Blood unis. The new uniform was derived from St. Joseph's Cadets of Newark but the colors were changed from orange, blue and yellow to the classic Boston red, black and white.

Their resiliency was supported by the informal patronage of John F. and Ted Kennedy, both of whom were made honorary corps members. It was JFK who helped the corps acquire West Point uniforms after their own were held by their Hyde Park sponsor. The corps in turn helped to celebrate their supporter's achievement by becoming one of the first drum corps to march in a presidential inaugural parade, for President Kennedy in 1961.

BAC (Boston Area Crusaders), as they are known, was one of the powers in the East in the sixties. They won the first CYO National Championship in 1964, then again in 1966 and 1967. They also took the World Open in 1966 and '67. They took part in VFW Finals in 1969 and 1970. The corps might have won it all in 1967 except that the American Legion decided to void the inspection scores, which cost the Crusaders the national championship. As it was, BAC won 29 contests that year.

A particularly strong soprano soloist in the late 1960s was Jim Centorino.

BAC also was known to mean "Bad-ass Crusaders." During some eras in some parts of the country, tough competitive corps on the field were equally tough off the field, to the point of physically intimidating other corps. These corps might almost have been characterized as musical gangs, as adept with fists as with bugles. The Crusaders were particularly effective competitors off the field. One memorable incident involved corps members chasing off a gang of local toughs just before marching DCI Prelims in the Orange Bowl in 1983. Even 21st century corps members know that BAC does not necessarily stand just for "Boston Area Crusaders."

Although a charter member of DCI, the corps opted not to take part in the first DCI Championships in 1972, choosing the CYO Nationals instead. They had lost much of their equipment in a fire in their corps hall that summer, forcing the corps off the road and out of competition. At one time BAC was down to 19 members. Taking 39th place in DCI prelims in 1973, they steadily climbed through the ranks during the 1970s. DCI used to offer parade competition, and the Crusaders won that contest in 1981.

A historic visit to the United Kingdom in 1982 was another disastrous turning point in the corps' history. During that trip, money was embezzled from their funds, and the corps was stuck in the UK, dead broke. Although somehow making their way home, their trail of debts left the corps bankrupt and all of their assets impounded. During that winter, in an effort to resurrect the corps, members actually stole the organization's truck, uniforms, and equipment, and appeared the following year under the shortened name "Boston." Debts were finally settled after many months, and "Boston" once again took back their rightful name. Interestingly, Boston's emergence from bankruptcy in 1986 coincides with the demise of cross-town rival 27th Lancers, due to financial failure.

Even such a luminary as Burt Lancaster was inspired by the example of this corps that refused to die. In a 1991 Variety interview, he said, "Before he lost it, Peckinpah made me go see this drum and bugle corps from Boston, the Boston Crusaders. Sam thought I would only really understand the power beneath despair by watching these guys. Yeah, he was right. In '73 and '83, the corps went out with just handfuls of guys on the horns and, damnit, those man-gods could melt the gates of hell. Every single film I made after 'Valdez is Coming' is an allegory on the Boston Crusaders."

Management structure, according to Jim Cronin, was not well suited to greater corps development, regardless of talent on the field. A reputation throughout DCI as toughs and troublemakers did not help the Crusaders' progress either, and BAC settled into the middle rank of DCI through the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Their repertoires over the years were an eclectic mix, from Beethoven’s Ninth to “Mexicali Nose.” BAC actually first used electrification in 1985 when they fielded a synthesizer. They took a penalty for it.

The corps claims other pioneering innovations as well, such as the first double toms in 1967, the first marching tymps in 1968, and the first to pull slides on the bugles to achieve a chromatic scale.

In 1999, the Boston Crusaders under director Jim Cronin (1996-2000) became the last major active corps to finally break into the DCI top twelve, at ninth place, with a program of symphonic dances. A new philosophy stressing “professionalism, accountability, and responsibility” instilled in the members of the “new” Boston Crusaders that “how they act off the field is as important as how they perform on the field. Everything is about a positive attitude, the way they treat each other, peer respect.“ No more Bad Ass Crusaders.

Their themed 2000 program entitled 'Red' give the Crusaders their highest ever DCI finish, at fifth, and prompted one observer to conclude that he had never seen a more coherently organized and satisfying drum corps show.

Jim Cronin makes the point that a corps presence on the Internet has been helpful in reaching potential members in recent years. Whereas most of the Crusaders used to come from the Boston area, the web has generated interest and membership from elsewhere, overseas as well as around the United States. Only 20 members of the 1997 group hailed from Boston, solidifying the Crusaders as actually more of a New England corps, the last Division I corps in the area. The 2000 version of the Crusaders in particular benefited from an influx of members from Florida.

Howard Weinstein became corps director in early 2001, and led the corps to a ninth place finals finish with a show entitled 'Harmonium.' The Crusaders moved up, even during finals week, in 2002, from eighth to a fifth place finish, with their show 'You are my Star.' Their 2003 finish was sixth.

The advent of legal amplication in 2004 allowed the Crusaders to electronically project voices as well as instruments when they added a brief exclamatory narration to their show 'The Composition of Color.' The corps took ninth place in Finals, their sixth straight top ten finish.

[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966; Jesse Berman, rec.arts.marching.drumcorps, 8/8/1997 and 1/5/2000; Competitive Drum and Bugle Corps, Popp, 1978; DCW, 4/7/89, p.2; DCW, 12/92, p.12; DCW, 1/88, p.5; Terry Connolly, RAMD, 3/23/99; Raymond Dugan; Variety Magazine, 12/9/91, p. E7; Mike Dubil; DCW, 7/16/04, p.19]

Members (132)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Agwu, Christopher Soprano 2003
Allen, David Baritone 1986 to 1989
Armstrong, Craig Visual Tech 2002
Aschenbeck, Kurt contra 2001 to 2002
Barrasso, Rick Soprano Horn 1965 to 1967
Bauer, Matthew Front Ensemble 2006 to 2007
Bell, Colin Percussion/Snare Line 2001 to 2003
Benz, Mike Soprano, DM 2000 to 2003
Bordonaro, Mike soprano 1965 to 1966
Bretl, Mark Brass - Soprano 1998
Broadbent, Dan Baritone 2002
Buckley, Gordon Percussion 1955 to 1958
Burris, Jason Snare 2005 to 2009
Charles, Brittany Baritone 2004 to 2008
Clark, Mike Bassline 2000 to 2001
Clermont, Dan Trumpet 2006
Cochran, Courtlon soprano (trumpet) 1999 to 2002
Conant, Leah Baritone 1989
Cooper, George Contra 1975 to 1978
Cox, Kristian contra 2006
Curley, David soprano 1996
Dam, Patrick Percussion Snare 2005 to 2007
Damon, Steve Baritone 1991
Diaz, John-David contra 2004 to 2005
Diego, Jonathon Baritone 1998 to 2000; 2002
Diego, Jonathon Baritones 1998 to 2000; 2002 to 2003
Dubil, Mike Soprano 1981 to 1982
Duca, Steve BAC Soprano/soloist 1959 to 1965
Dugan, Ray Snare 1987
Evans, Jonathan Percussion 1982; 1984
Faison, Matt Pit 2005
Fallon, Ray Brass Instructor/ Arranger 1992 to 1996
Fallon, Tammy Color Guard 1992 to 2002
Fischer, Brian Baritone 2002 to 2005
Fitzsimmons, F. Roy Color Guard 1955
Gallagher, Tim Admin Team 2012 to 2013
Gerke, Andrew Horn Line 2005
Gerlach, Dusty Baritone 1978
Glimenakis, Nick Tenors 2008
Glosson, Justin Contrabass 2002
Godin, Jason Percussion 1989 to 1990; 1994 to 1996; 2000
Gorecki, Thomas Soprano 2006 to 2007
Gramazio, John Colorguard 1999
Grassie, Nicole pit/Bass Line 2002 to 2003
Graves, Mark Trumpet 2007
Greer, Dan Drumline 1987 to 1990
Grelle, Frank Instructor 1995
Grondin, Kristen Baritone 1999
Grondin, Kristen Baritone 1999
Guzewicz, Paul Baritone 2003
Healion, Carol Guard 1987 to 1991
Hernandez, Gregorio Baritone 2001
Hill, Bob Tympani - Part Year 1973
Hogan, Lorna Drumline 1983 to 1986
Holodnak, Christy Color Guard 2002
Hopfgarten, Paul Contra Bass, Baritone 1976 to 1978
Hulbert, Jamie Front Ensemble 2000 to 2003
Jalm, Carl Mellophone 2008
Jennings, Dick Drum Line 1958 to 1960
Jezierski, Daryl Cymbals 1997
Jimenez, Matt Trumpet 2004
Kelly, Dan Horn line/DM 1963 to 1966
Kennedy, Robert Baritone 1973 to 1980
Kennedy, Robert Soprano 1973
Kennedy, Robert Baritone 1974 to 1980
Kohl, Adam Contrabass 2002
Lafond, David Soprano, Flugel Horn 1987 to 1990
Lapie, Alex contra 1975
Lapie, Alex Contrabass 1975
Lazaro, James Euphonium/Contra 1999 to 2003
Leahy, Jim French Horn Line 1967 to 1970
Lennox, Christopher Bass Tech 2010 to 2013
MacDonald, Steve C.B.S. 1989 to 1991
MacFadden, Oliver Soprano 2001
Marion, Brandon Front Ensemble 1999 to 2006
Markel, Amanda Baritone 2001 to 2002
Marquis, Stephane Baritone 1989
Martinez, Adrian Contrabass 2002 to 2003
Miller, Michael Trumpet 2006
Miller, Michael Drum Major 2007 to 2008
Miller, Michael Trumpet 2006
Miller, Michael Drum Major 2007 to 2008
Mitchell, David Percussion 1987 to 1989
Morris, Jack Soprano/Baritone 1963 to 1966
Mroz, Jeff Baritone 2000
Mroz, Jeff Contra 2001 to 2003
Muter, Bill Contrabass 2001 to 2005
Nokutis, Jenny Mellophone 2005
O'Leary, Ryan Soprano 2002
O'Leary, Ryan Soprano 2002 to 2007
Pereda, Tiffany colorguard 2003 to 2005
Perez, Carlos Color Guard 2000
Proulx, Maxime Bass line 2005
Reed, Mike Drumline 1996 to 1998
Reppert, Shannon Guard 1998
Reyes, Tony Baritone 2003 to 2005
Reynolds, David Hornline, Drum Major 1989 to 1995
Romo, Angela color guard 2004; 2006 to 2007
Sargent, Richard Contra 2005 to 2008
Serrano, Thomas Baritone 1999
Sharpe, John visual staff 2006
Shumate, Rebecca brass (baritone) 1998
Sierra, Jason SnareLine 2000 to 2003
Slauson, Ryann Front Ensemble 2004 to 2005
Speeler, Christine Mellophone 1999 to 2000
Stevenson, Rob Drumline-Snare 1999 to 2000
Tibbitts, Virginia Baritone 2001
Torres, Josh tuba 2007
Tremblay, David Front Ensemble / Pit 1988
W, R staff 1998
Weissert, Fred Baritone 1985
Wheeler, Kenny Brass 1964 to 1969
Wheeler, Kenny Soprano 1964 to 1969
White, Tony Brass 1969
Williams, Justine auditioning on mello 2006
Williams, Phil Percussion 1992 to 1994
Winchester, Edward Baritone 1973 to 1974
Witherell, Jeremy Baritone 1996 to 1997
Witherell, Jeremy Contrabass 1998 to 1999
Witherell, Jeremy Drum Major 2000 to 2001
Witherell, Jeremy Brass Staff 2002 to 2005
Woodfin, Aaron Drumline 2003
Zearfoss, Patrick Bass Drum 2003
bray jr, jim horn section 1979 to 1980
darcy, robert dl 1970 to 1972
del Rivero, Tony Bassline 2002
leverette, jeff Soprano 2009
madden, maureen soprano 1995 to 2001
matson-brown, cheryl colorguard 1969 to 1972
mitchell, kimberly mellophone 1999 to 2000
rojas, jeffrey contra 2002
sullivan, john Bari 1962 to 1968

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