Born August 21st, 1990... Majoring in Political Science with a minor in Ministry Leadership Studies... Chose PBA because of the Christian atmosphere, location, academic choices, and the soccer program... Favorite verse is Romans 12:2... Favorite team is Arsenal... Favorite athlete is Thierry Henry... Son of Steve and Sue Crumb...Has four siblings, Heather, Jim, Annelise, and Peter.
Had an injury-plagued senior season, seeing action in 10 games and making two starts... Saw a total of 375 minutes on the field... Contributed minutes on the back line in six of PBA's nine shut-outs.
Remained a valuable contributor on defense for the team mostly as a reserve... Appeared in 20 matches on the season while making six starts and playing a total of 673 minutes... Produced one goal and one assist for a total of three points on the season... Registered five shots including one on goal for the season... Produced one game-winning goal against Southeastern University on October 14th, 2011 in a 1-0 PBA win.
Sustained a mid-season injury that slowed him down the stretch but still produced a solid sophomore campaign... Played in 14 matches including 10 starts while registering 962 minutes on the season.
Made an instant impact as a starting defender as a true freshman... Appeared in 18 games while making 17 starts in his first season with the team... Played 1468 minutes as a regular starter in the defensive backfield.
Competed for Lincoln Way-East for head coach Brian Papa in varsity soccer... Named to the All-Conference, All-Region, and the Daily Southtown All-Area Team.
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Hometown: Mokena, Ill.
Previous School: Lincoln Way-East
Major: Political Science