2016: Team captain...Named to Big South Conference Second-Team…Made 17 starts in 20 appearances for 1,521 minutes…Was second on the team in goals with five, including two game-winners. Added four assists for 14 points…Scored in the 105th minute to give the Blue Hose a 2-1 double-overtime win over High Point (9/24)…Earned a pair of assists in a 3-1 victory over Winthrop (10/1)…Scored in the 90th minute to edge Campbell 1-0 (10/22)…Put 11 of 28 shots on target for a .393 shots-on-goal percentage.
2015: Team captain ... Played and started in 15 games ... Logged 1,267 minutes, third-best on the team ... Took 18 shots and put six on goal ... Generated five shots against USC Upstate (9/5) ... Took four shots and put two on goal against Texas Rio Grande Valley (9/13).
2014: Played in all 15 games, starting in 14 of them... Logged 1,079 minutes... Played all 90 minutes in three games against Pittsburgh (8/30), Wofford (9/6), and Georgia State (9/16)... Scored his first collegiate goal against Campbell (10/25)... Tied for second on the team in points with 2... Recorded eight shots, three on goal, including two against UNC Asheville (11/5).
2013: Played in all 18 matches, starting 13 and logging 1,210 minutes—second-most for freshman players… Made his collegiate debut and his first start against USC Upstate (8/30)… Tallied assists against VMI (10/5) and Radford (10/27)… Posted 12 shots, including four on goal… Played all 90 minutes in three matches against Radford, Longwood (11/2) and High Point (11/6)… Started the final 11 matches of the season... Took a season-high three shots at South Carolina (10/1).
High School: Helped the squad to two district championships while earning three First Team All-District honors, two First Team All-Conference laurels and an All-Metro Honorable Mention to follow a First Team All-League selection in 2011.... Led the team as captain for three seasons and also earned First-Team All Conference for doubles tennis and served as captain for that team as well... In club play, helped his team in the Midwestern Regional League to two straight runner-up finishes at the State Cup.
Personal: Cade Warner Crow was born in Pueblo, Colo., October 3, 1994... Son of Ron and Nicki Crow... Plans to major in biology... Cites older brother Blaine as his biggest influence... Chose PC for the atmosphere, people and coaches... Majoring in biochemistry.