A former walk-on for the University of Arizona, Quinton Crawford spent two seasons (2013-14 and 2014-15) on the Pepperdine men's basketball staff as a graduate manager.
He also served as the team’s video exchange coordinator. In addition to his basketball duties, Crawford earned a master’s degree in education psychology from Pepperdine in May 2015.
"I am thrilled to have Quinton join our basketball staff and family," said Pepperdine Coach Marty Wilson in fall 2013. "He came highly recommended from several people that I respect. He is known to be a very loyal and dedicated worker who wants to learn and grow in this business. He will be very valuable to our staff and I also believe he will be a great resource for our players as well."
Crawford, who played with the Wildcats for two seasons and appeared in a total of nine games, graduated from Arizona in 2013 with a degree in general studies. Arizona went 50-20 over his two years and made it to the Sweet Sixteen of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
A native of Old Bridge, N.J., Crawford spent the first two years of his collegiate career at Middlesex County College, located in Edison, N.J. He played with the Colts for both seasons and was a team captain.
He has been a camp counselor at the Sean Miller Basketball Camp.