Former Dudley participant D.J. Crossen has been suspended from the Virginia Tech soccer crew since September 2018 for an unspecified violation of college coverage, the varsity in a short lived observation launched these days. College officers didn’t say what coverage Crossen violated, handiest that, “He’s matter to the insurance policies set forth within the Virginia Tech Code of Pupil Habits.”
Crossen, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound defensive again, seemed in two video games as a freshman for the Hokies in 2018 and used to be no longer credited with a take on. Dwayne Lamont Crossen Jr. remains to be indexed within the Virginia Tech on-line scholar listing, and he nonetheless seems at the soccer roster on Virginia Tech’s athletics site.
Crossen used to be a first-team HSXtra.com All-House variety in 2017, when he had 57 tackles, two interceptions and two blocked punts for a Dudley crew that went 10-Three and reached the second one spherical of the NCHSAA Elegance 3-AA East playoffs. He used to be a second-team All-House selection in 2016.
Crossen used to be one in every of 4 gamers from Guilford County at the Virginia Tech soccer roster at first of the 2018 season, along side quarterback Hendon Hooker (Dudley), linebacker Alan Tisdale (Web page) and large receiver Tré Turner (Northwest Guilford). Hooker has since entered his title within the NCAA’s switch portal, however remains to be enrolled at Virginia Tech.
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