Crawford is going to play at Shorter College next year.
She leaves Lee County as one of the top players in Lady Trojan history.
Lindsey averaged in double figures in scoring and rebounding for her career.
She was also an all region player this season.
An honor student, Lindsey is thrilled to get the chance to continue of her love of playing basketball.
Lindsey Crawford said. "Basketball is such a hard sport to get into now a days. I feel like it that is just amazing. I have worked so hard for this and it has finally paid off."
Lindsey led the Lady Trojans to a runner-up appearance in the region 1-AAAA tournament and the second round of the state playoffs.
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