Kim Crabbe traveled throughout the U.S., playing with her heart.
When her time ended, she didn’t let her soccer career fade. She found new purpose.
Above: Kim Crabbe (#7) competed on George Mason University’s soccer team, winning the NCAA championship in 1985, before being called
up to the national team in 1986. Below: Kim Crabbe coaches Ryliegh Marshburn (red shorts) and other children through Wilmington Parks
and Recreation’s free futsal program at the Davis Center in Maides Park in June.
24 august 2021
COURTESY OF KIM CRABBE