Crawford resigns coaching position with ULM baseball

WHOP Sports has learned former Hoptown Hopper and Christian County head coach Grayson Crawford resigned his position at the University of Louisiana-Monroe. In a text, Crawford told WHOP he resigned for personal reasons and to pursue other opportunities. The 29-year-old Crawford was just hired this season to be the Warhawks pitching coach and recruiting coordinator after serving in the same role for two seasons at Murray State. He added he loved his time at ULM and wished them nothing but the best.