|High School:||Our Lady of the Lakes|
2011: After spending time as the team’s bullpen ace, Crumb stepped into the starting weekend rotation and made 12 starts... finished second on the team in innings pitched, with 73.2 total innings... earned the win after throwing five innings and allowing one earned run against Delaware State (3/4)... struck out four and allowed three runs in seven innings in a win over NC Central (4/18)... took the hard-luck loss against Ball State, striking out six and allowing one earned run (4/15)... came on in relief to pitch 4.2 innings on the final day of the season, striking out four and allowing only two hits in a 3-2 win over Bowling Green in 12 innings (5/21).
2010: Led the team in saves, with five for the season... earned his first career win of his career after pitching 2.1 scoreless innings of relief against Butler (3/20)... picked up the slack and pitched 6.2 innings out of the bullpen to lead the Bulls to a comeback win against Northern Illinois (4/4)... threw 2.1 more innings of scoreless relief to help the team take another comeback win, a 9-8 victory over Akron.
2009: First season with the Bulls... made 16 appearances... registered his first career save against Akron (4/26) in 1.2 innings, striking out a batter... in 2.2 innings of relief work against #23 Kent State, picked up his second save with three strikeouts... compiled a career-high four strikeouts against Ohio (5/14).
High School: A four-year letterwinner for head coach Daniel Webster at Our Lady of the Lakes... in his senior year played in the Michigan All-Star game... Named first-team All-Michigan in his junior and senior years... played club baseball for the Michigan Wildcats for head coach Jim Ciennik.
Personal: Full name is Kevin Charles Crumb... born December 6, 1989... son of Stephen and Diane... has one brother, Alex... greatest athletic influence was his high school and summer baseball coaches... non-sports heroes are his parents... three people he would invite to dinner are Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali and Cal Ripken, Jr... chose UB for the opportunity to play Division I baseball and its solid academic programs... major is undecided.