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Crawford finds his way back to soccer field after following girlfriend to GJ

Knee and wrist injuries caused Legofi Crawford, 16, to quit soccer a year ago at Montana State-Billings. His girlfriend signed with Colorado Mesa, and Crawford got a second chance to play with the Mavs’ men’s team.



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Knee and wrist injuries caused Legofi Crawford, 16, to quit soccer a year ago at Montana State-Billings. His girlfriend signed with Colorado Mesa, and Crawford got a second chance to play with the Mavs’ men’s team.

Josh Pittman shook his head and laughed quietly while thinking about how the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team was able to sign senior attacking midfielder Legofi…




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