2018-19: First of two years of eligibility with SU… Started in all 20 games she appeared in… Averaged 5.9 points and 3.8 rebounds in 29.9 minutes per game… Had 5 games with 10 or more points… Had 3 steals against Grand Canyon and again against New Mexico State… Season high points (15) came against UMKC… Season high in rebounds (8) came against UC Irvine…
Olivia Crawford will have two years of eligibility remaining after transferring from the University of Hawai’i. She will be able to play during the 2018-19 campaign.
Crawford, a native of Lakewood, Wash., started all 30 games at Hawai’i in the 2016-17 season, helping the Rainbow Wahine win the Big West Championship. At Lakes High, she was second team all-state and all-area student-athlete of the year in 2015. Crawford averaged 22 points per game as a senior, helping her team advance to regionals.
“Olivia was a mid-winter transfer in 2017-18,” said Barcomb. “She had an immediate impact upon our program with her positive attitude, skillset and work ethic. She has been a welcomed addition to our program and will prove valuable, bringing experience and depth to the point guard and two-guard position. Her ability to get to the rim and score, along with her court vision, is a great combination for our offense. Olivia made significant progress over the spring and has provided our young program with leadership and enthusiasm. We are excited to see her in a Seattle uniform.”