7 - Scott Crandall|
|Hometown:||Elk Grove, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Consumnes River JC|
AS A SENIOR (2009)
Showed his versatility during his final season, starting all 21 matches at multiple positions on the field...saw time mostly at wide-midfield, but also played up front and on the defensive backline...earned honorable mention all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors after scoring four goals and tallying one assist...ranked fourth on the team in shots with 28...scored the team's first goal in the MPSF title match against New Mexico in the 58th minute...gave Sacramento State a 1-0 lead in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with a 28th minute putback goal against Loyola Marymount...finished his career appearing in all 40 matches the Hornets played, making 25 career starts...an academic all-MPSF honoree.
AS A JUNIOR (2008)
Appeared in all 19 matches in the midfield, making four starts...posted first career goal against Long Island in 80th minute on Aug. 31...posted first career assist on Zach Tuss' 67th minute goal against Denver on Oct. 19...put eight of 15 shots on the season on goal.
PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE
Played the 2003 and 2006 seasons at Cosumnes River JC in Sacramento...spent 2004-05 on a LDS mission in Fort Worth, Texas...led the Hawks to a No. 9 national ranking in 2006 and the 2003 Northern California Championship.
A 2003 graduate of Elk Grove HS in Elk Grove, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for coach Seth Boyle and the Herd...earned all-Delta League honors during his senior campaign...played club soccer for Sacramento United from 2000-03.
Born March 1, 1985...parents are William and Judy Crandall...majoring in communication studies.