The Soccer Academy at Williams

Tommy Crabill

Assistant Coach & Recruiting Coordinator

Tommy Crabill, a 2009 graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, enters his fourth season on the Williams College men’s soccer coaching staff.
Crabill joined the Ephs in the summer of 2015, after serving as an assistant coach at St. Lawrence University the previous two years. Prior to that, he was an assistant at Earlham College (Richmond, Ind.) in 2012.
While serving as the first assistant for St. Lawrence University for the 2013 and 2014 seasons, the team won both the Liberty League regular season and conference tournament twice earning back-to-back automatic bids to the NCAA Championship. Maintaining top 25 rankings throughout the two years Crabill served the program, St. Lawrence reached the Sweet Sixteen in the Fall of 2013 and reached the second round in the Fall of 2014.

Crabill coached three NSCAA All-American and eight All-Region award winners. Crabill served in all facets of the program and primarily in recruiting where he played a key role in the recruitment of seventeen talented contributors over two year including two NSCAA National High School All-Americans.
Crabill holds a National Diploma from the NSCAA and coaching or playing experience in three different conferences (MIAA, OAC, HCAC).  Prior to his time with the Quakers of Earlham, Crabill spent two years assisting both the men’s and women’s squads at Baldwin Wallace University (Cleveland, Ohio), helping lead the men’s team to its first-ever NCAA Tournament berth and a 16-6-0 finish in 2011.  He also assisted at Alma College in Michigan in 2009.   

Crabill, a four-year member of the men’s soccer team at Ohio Wesleyan, earned degrees in physical education and sport management.  He helped lead the Battling Bishops to four NCAC regular season championships, three NCAC tournament championships, and four trips to the NCAA Tournament, including the Final Four in 2006.
Crabill has worked numerous summer camps at elite academic institutions including Dartmouth, Notre Dame, Princeton, and Yale.