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#26 John Crenshaw
Position: Forward
Height: 5'10"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Marysville, Wash.
High School: Marysville-Pilchuck

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Washington
2011 (Sophomore):
Appeared in four games for the Huskies - Sept. 16 vs. Tulsa, Sept. 23 vs. Houston Baptist, Oct. 7 vs. UCLA and Oct. 23 vs. California ... took one shot, a shot on goal, vs. Houston Baptist on Sept. 23 ... ended the year with a 1.000 shots on goal percentage.

2010 (Freshman): Ranked 16th in the Pac-10 in goals per game (0.22) ... played in nine games, making two starts ... tied for fourth on the team with two goals ... led the team with a .400 shooting percentage ... had four points, five shots and three shots on goal ... earned his first career start in the season-opener vs. Evansville on Sept 3, scoring his first career goal, and the first for UW on the year, in the 20th minute ... also started vs. Northern Illinois on Sept. 5 ... played in six Pac-10 games ... played a career-high 58 minutes vs. Cal State Northridge on Sept. 10 ... scored his second career goal at Cal on Oct. 31 in the 22nd minute.

CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash. ... played club ball for Snohomish United FC ... Washington State ODP (2009, 2010) ... Region IV ODP (2009, 2010) ... Mount Si Cup Offensive Player of Tournament (2009) ... Everett Herald Player of the Year (2009) ... Seattle Star Times Player (2009) ... All-WESCO First Team (2009), ESPN RISE Player to Watch (2010) ... All-WESCO Honorable Mention (2008) ... All-WESCO Second-Team (2010) ... single-season goal record at Marysville-Pilchuck (22) ... 2010 League Champions of Premier One ... 2010 State Champions of Premier One ... third place at 2010 U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships ... two-year letterwinner in cross country (2007-08) ... a varsity letterwinner in football for two seasons (2009-10)

PERSONAL: John-Benjamin Taliaferro Crenshaw was born in Kansas City, Mo. ... his parents are Kelvin and Sherri ... he has three sisters, Megan, Kelsee and Gabriella ... has former high school and club teammates that play at Seattle University and Western Washington.

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