WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
JUNIOR (2003) - A staple in the Cougar midfield starting all 19 games, recording one assist and 11 shots...assisted Cailan McCutchan's goal after receiving a pass from Nicole Wilcox and laying the ball off to McCutchan, who scored the game winning goal in the 1-0 victory over New Mexico...recorded two shots against No. 23 Maryland in lone multiple-shot game of season....earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention accolades.
SOPHOMORE (2002) - Started all 20 matches...scored WSU's final goal at the 48:09 mark in 8-1 victory over Montana...helped give Cougars a 1-0 win at Cal Poly with an assist to Katrina Stroh in the 80th minute...helped spark scoring onslaught in 8-0 win over Gonzaga with an assist to Alix Rustrum in the fourth minute...set up Katrina Stroh for a game-winning goal in double overtime against Oregon State off a corner kick...assisted Rachel Rodrick on a goal against Oregon...sparked a 2-0 win over No. 7/11 California by setting the table for Kim Morgan on a goal in the fourth minute...set up Shelby Brownfield on game-winner at Arizona...earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic.
FRESHMAN (2001) - Started the first nine matches of the season, before suffering a season-ending knee injury...scored a goal in her first collegiate game in the 23rd minute on a pass from Liz Duncan...provided assist for one of Katrina Stroh's two goals against Portland State...finished the season with three points on 13 shots, including seven on goal in just nine matches.
HIGH SCHOOL - earned four varsity letters for coach Carol Flockerzie at center midfield...also ran track for one season...FRESHMAN - team went 8-0-3 to win the conference championships...named to the all-conference second team...SOPHOMORE - named to the all-conference first team...was the district champion in the 100 and 4x100 meter relay for the track team...JUNIOR - named to the All-State and all-conference first team...picked as the conference MVP...team won the conference championships with a 10-3-0 record...SENIOR - named to the All-State and all-conference first teams...was the conference MVP for a second year...team went 17-1-0 making it to the state semifinals...led team in assists over career.
PERSONAL - Born Crystal Ann Spear July 8, 1983 in Eugene, Ore...parents Tom and Martha...two brothers Travis and Jason...one sister Angie...sister Angie played basketball at UTEP...was invited to the Elite Soccer Program (ESP) Camp in 2000...played on the ODP team for three years...four year academic letterwinner...prep GPA of 3.6...member of the National Honor Society...plans to major in education.
Career Numbers YEAR MP MS S SOG G A PT GWG PK 2001 9 9 13 7 1 1 3 0 0-0 2002 20 20 14 7 1 6 8 0 0-0 2003 19 19 11 5 0 1 1 0 0-0 Totals 48 48 38 19 2 8 12 0 0-0