Abby Crumpton 22
Abby Crumpton

Hometown:
Rochester Hills, Mich.

Last College:
Rochester Adams

Height:
5-6

Position:
F


At Michigan... NSCAA/Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy Award finalist in 2002 ... 2002 second-team NSCAA/adidas All-America selection ... 2002 Big Ten Conference Women's Soccer Athlete of the Year ... program's all-time leading point scorer with 116 career points ... three-time NSCAA/adidas Great Lakes Region first team (1999, 2001-02) ... 2000 NSCAA/adidas Great Lakes Region second team ... three-time Big Ten first team selection (1999, 2001-02) ... 2000 second-team All-Big Ten ... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 23, 2002 ... 2002 team tri-captain ... voted U-M's Most Valuable Player in 2001.

Senior (2002)... NSCAA All-America second team ... NSCAA/Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy National Player of the Year finalist ... Big Ten Conference Athlete of the Year ... Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region Player of the Year ... NSCAA and Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region first team ... All-Big Ten first team ... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 23) ... Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week selection (Sept. 3) ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievenment award ... elected team tri-captain ... started in all 24 games at forward ... scored 11 goals and collected a career-high 13 assists ... notched 10+ goals and assists for the first time in her career ... tied for team lead with four game-winning goals ... scored second career hat-trick with all three of Michigan's goals at Wisconsin (Sept. 27) ... only sixth player in program history to score three goals in a game and the second to do so twice ... had a five-point game with two goals and one assist against Illinois (Sept. 22) ... scored game-winning goals against Wisconsin (Sept. 27), Illinois (Sept. 22), Massachusetts (Sept. 13) and Brigham Young (Sept. 2) ... scored single goals at Northwestern (Oct. 20), vs. Penn State (Oct. 4) and vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 8) ... had game-winning assists in four games: against Indiana (Oct. 13), Iowa (Sept. 22), Eastern Michigan (Sept. 8) and Florida (Aug. 31) ... tied for second at U-M with three-career multi-assist games ... had four points with a goal and two assists against Penn State (Oct. 4) ... registered assists on both goals in Michigan's season opening win over Florida (Aug. 31).

Junior (2001)... Named to NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region first team ... All-Big Ten Conference first team ... Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region second team selection ... second consecutive Big Ten All-Tournament team selection ... started in all 20 appearances ... led team in scoring (30 points) ... compiled a career-high 13 goals and collected four assists ... led team with 73 shots and 40 shots on goal (54.8 percent) ... registered two of her three game-winning goals in the postseason ... scored at least one goal in six of the final seven games of the season ... became one of five players in Michigan history to score a hat-trick with three goals against Indiana (Oct. 12) ... had a career-high six points against the Hoosiers ... tallied two goals against Michigan State (Oct. 26) ... scored a goal and an assist against Detroit (Sept. 17) and Western Michigan (Nov. 3) ... notched a season high with seven shots against Loyola Marymount (Aug. 31) ... had a season-high five shots on goal against Indiana (Oct. 12).

Sophomore (2000)... Selected to the All-Great Lakes Region third team ... selected to the All-Big Ten second team ... named to the Big Ten All-Tournament team ... played in 22 games, starting 21 ... scored seven goals and collected five assists, tallying 19 points ... recorded five-point games (two goals, one assist) against Missouri (Sept. 10) and Butler (Oct. 30) ... recorded two assists against Iowa (Sept. 29) ... recorded 73 shots, including 36 shots on goal ... second on the team in shots and shots on goal ... recorded a school-record 11 shots and a season-high five shots on goal against Oakland (Oct. 4).

Freshman (1999)... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award ... Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America second team ... NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region first team ... Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes second team ... All-Big Ten first team ... named to Soccer America Team of the Week (Nov. 1-7) ... played in all 24 games, starting 18 ... second on team with 12 goals, eight assists for 32 points ... set then-school record with 84 shots ... made first collegiate start in season opener at Oakland (Aug. 29) ... recorded first career points with goal against Vanderbilt (Sept. 3) ... netted game-winning goals against Illinois (Sept. 24), at Ohio State (Sept. 17) and against Penn State in the Big Ten Tournament championship game (Nov. 7) ... tallied three goals and two assists for eight points in Big Ten Tournament (Nov. 5-7) ... netted two goals and an assist vs. Penn State in Big Ten Tournament final ... registered a goal and an assist vs. Illinois in Big Ten Tournament semifinals (Nov. 6) ... scored two goals at Ohio State (Sept. 17) ... registered a goal and an assist against Illinois (Sept. 24), Purdue (Oct. 3) and Butler (Oct. 24) ... recorded a hat-trick in exhibition game against Clemson (Aug. 21).

Prep... Rochester Adams High School (1999) ... transferred to Adams during sophomore year ... member of honor roll ... four-year soccer letterwinner ... two-time team MVP (1997, `98) ... member of 1999 state championship team ... three-time all-state Dream Team (1997, `98, `99), all-area first team and All-Oakland County first team ... had 29 goals, 21 assists in senior season ... completed 1998 season with 41 goals, 10 assists ... two-time All-Wicomico County first team, All-Maryland first team (1996, `97).

Club/Junior Team... Competed with Michigan Hawks (1997, `98, `99) ... member of 1999 U-23 Regional champion team ... member of two-time Michigan Hawks state championship teams (1997, `98) ... two-time Michigan Hawks MVP (1997, `98) ... member of 1996 Maryland Majestic state championship team ... four-year Olympic Development Team member (1996, `97, `98, `99).

National/International... Played with the Under-21 Women's National team ... 2002 Nordic Cup champion ... invited to train with the U-21 Women's National team in 2000, 2001 and 2002.

Personal... Enrolled in Division of Kinesiology ... concentrating in sports management and communications ... born April 9, 1981 ... daughter of Samuel and Laurie Crumpton.

Statistics

Year GP/GS Sh G A Pts
1999 24/18 84 12 8 32
2000 22/21 73 7 5 19
2001 20/20 73 13 4 30
2002 24/24 70 11 13 35
Career 90/83 300 43 30 116


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