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Started 12 games and appeared out of the bullpen on three occasions. Posted a 2-7 record with a 6.23 ERA. Struck out 32 batters in 69.1 innings. Earned a win over Creighton with seven innings pitched, allowing three earned runs on five hits while striking out a career-high five (March 10). Went 8.1 innings against Brown on March 24 for a victory. Tossed six innings with no earned runs allowed out of the bullpen against No. 10 Cal State Fullerton (May 6). Closed the season with two shutout innings against Long Beach State out of the bullpen, walking one and allowing no hits.
Toss 18 innings in 15 appearances with three starts as a freshman. Posted a 1-2 record on the year with six strikeouts. Made his Pacific debut with a 15-pitch flawless innning against Kansas State on Feb. 19. Also turned in scoreless innings in two outings against Gonzaga, pitching two-thirds of an inning on March 4, and 1.2 on March 5, all without allowing a hit. Retired his first 10 batters in a row, including one via strikeout. In a mid-week start at Sacramento State, retired all six he faced on 18 pitches in two innings of work. Back in the bullpen, added another 3.1 inning stretch over four games with no runs allowed: one frame at CS Northridge (April 23), two-thirds of an inning against Santa Clara (April 26), a third of an inning against No. 10 Fullerton (April 29) and 1.1 innings of hitless ball against San Jose State (May 10).
An outfielder and left-hand pitcher for Beyer High School in Modesto, Crawford was a two-time All-League selection in the Modesto Metro Conference, earning Most Valuable Player honors his senior season… A three-time letterwinner for the Patriots under head coach Steve Clark, Crawford posted a .322 batting average with three doubles and ten runs batted in as a senior. Crawford also earned two letters in football.
Kyle Norman Crawford… Son of Lisa and Kent Crawford… Has two younger sisters, Connie and Chloe. Majoring in Business Administration - Business Law.