Kelsi Crawford

#6 Kelsi Crawford

HOMETOWN Wadena, Minn. (Wadena-Deer Creek HS)

Senior Season (2014): Academic All-NSIC…Saw time in 84 sets…Ended the season with .119 hitting percentage with 184 kills including a 12-kill performances against Upper Iowa …Finished fifth on the team in attacks (512).

Junior Season (2013): Academic All-NSIC…Saw time in 40 sets during her junior season…Tallied 44 kills including eight-kill performances against Upper Iowa and Winona State to close out the season…Finished tied for fourth on the team with six solo blocks...Was awarded the Butch Raymond Scholarship following her junior season.

Sophomore Season (2012): Named Academic All-NSIC...Appeared in all 27 matches for the Beavers in 2012… Finished third on the team in kills (156) and second in k/s (1.81) behind Bethany Thompson… Added 63 digs, 11 blocks and six assists on the season… Had the team’s highest attack percentage in a game for the season against Northern State Oct. 6 where she hit .458 (13-2-24)… Had three games where she tallied 10 or more kills in a match.

Freshman Season (2011): One of two freshmen, along with Rachel Craig, to appear in all 96 sets for BSU…Produced 203 kills (2.11 k/s) for the Beavers, ranking second on the team behind Bethany Thompson…Recorded 17 kills against Sioux Falls Sept. 3, which tied for third in kills in a match during the season…Recorded a double-double against Sioux Falls with 17 kills and 10 digs…Produced six games where she tallied 10 or more kills.

At Wadena-Deer Creek High School:
One of three players in her class on the team from Wadena-Creek High School...Was a two-time Brainerd Dispatch All-Area selection...Selected to the 2009 Minnesota State Class AA All-Tournament team as a junior...Second on the team with 196 kills and added 90 digs as a senior.

Personal: Kelsi Arlene Crawford is the daughter of Tom and Salli Crawford and was born on March 18, 1993 in Wadena, Minn...Majoring in nursing at BSU.

Career Highs: Kills: 17 vs. University of Sioux Falls (Sept. 3, 2011), Assists: 5 vs. Minot State (Sept. 2, 2011), Digs: 10 vs. University of Sioux Falls (Sept. 3, 2011), Service Aces: 3 vs. Black Hills State (Sept. 3, 2011), Blocks: 3, 2x last vs Minnesota Crookston (Oct. 28, 2014).