Greg Crowley spent most of his playing career with the team from Kegal Sign in fast pitch softball. Noted as both an excellent pitcher and a solid hitter, his career spanned the years of the 1980’s and 1990’s. The Kegal team moved from Class C Division to Class B and then to Class A with Crowley on the mound.

Noted for his durability, Crowley could and often did pitch 5 or 6 games in a two day tournament. He was team oriented and would play any position to which he was assigned when not pitching. He normally hit in the either the #3 or #4 spot in the batting order. His team played in three regionals, three nationals and one ISC World Tournament.

Greg was always willing to help develop young players, especially pitchers. He is credited with helping establish women’s softball at NDSU and served as the head coach for that program which has since developed into the best college softball program in the state.