Trevor Crabb was first introduced to volleyball right after he learned to walk by his father Chris. He played indoor at Long Beach State from 2009-2013 and started his professional beach career right after. He earned AVP’s Rookie of the Year award in his first full year in 2014. Since then, Trevor has made a name for himself on tour, both for his rivalry with his brother Taylor and for his athleticism on the court.
He and partner Tri Bourne had a phenomenal 2019 FIVB season and are in contention for the Tokyo Olympics. His favorite food is steak and he loves pairing it with whiskey. His favorite volleyball memory is his stellar win with partner Reid Priddy in 2019. When he’s not playing volleyball, he’s binge-watching tv shows, watching the stock market, or surfing and swimming in the ocean.