Springfield grad Crowe named NCAC Player of Week

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

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The Wittenberg University football program honored former teammate Miles Laboy before its game against Capital University on Saturday, Sept. 3.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Springfield High School graduate Terrance Crowe, a senior linebacker at Wittenberg, was named the North Coast Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Wednesday.

Crowe had 13 tackles in Wittenberg’s 34-0 victory over Capital in the season opener Saturday at Edwards-Maurer Field. It was Wittenberg’s first season-opening shutout since a 52-0 victory over Bluffton in 1997.

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Crowe graduated from Springfield in 2013. He started his college football career at Division II Tiffin University. He redshirted in 2013, transferred to Wittenberg in 2014 but was ineligible to play that season because his credits didn’t transfer. Last season, Crowe started eight games and had 47 tackles.

The Tigers are off this week and return to action at 7 p.m. Sept. 17 against Ohio Wesleyan at Selby Stadium in Delaware.

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