Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
City/State: Kailua, HI
High School: Kamehameha Schools Kapalama
Experience: High School


Career Stats

AS A SENIOR IN 2011: Led the Tritons with 56 assists and 78 steals as a senior in 2011, the second-most assists and third-most steals, respectively, in UCSD single season history... Earned WWPA Tournament Most Valuable Player, WWPA First Team and WWPA All-Academic accolades... Finishes her career with the second-most assists (120) and fifth-most steals (163) in program history... Scored the game-winner against No. 8 Loyola Marymount in the WWPA title game on May 1... Recorded seven hat tricks in 2011.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2010: Scored 49 goals while adding a team-high 47 assists... Totaled 39 steals as a junior, third-most on the team... Named to the 2010 ACWPC Women’s All-Academic Team.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009: As a sophomore, Crowell recorded 14 goals with 24 steals and 11 assists.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008: Saw action in 113 quarters... Named to the 2008 WWPA All-Freshman team... Took 46 shots on goal with eight goals, six assists and 22 steals... Also drew six ejections.

  Attended Kamehameha Schools Kapalama in Honolulu… Water polo team captured the 2006 State Championship and Interscholastic League of Honolulu title… Earned first-team ILH honors and All-American honors in 2007… Named the 2006 ILH Player of the year along wilth all-conference and all-american honors in both 2006 and 2005… Placed fifth at the 2007 state championship in the 50 free and 100 free… Club team experience included the Iolani Water Polo Club, the Hawaiian Islands Water Polo Club and the Kamehameha swim club.

  Born January 25, 1989… Parents are Gregory and Margaret Crowell… Father is a graduate of the University of Portland, while mother graduated from Hawaii Manoa… Has two siblings named Kamaile and Kainoa… Kamaile plays water polo at UCLA… A student in Sixth College… Hobbies include going to the beach, shopping and knitting.

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