Head Coach Fielding Crawford
Fielding Crawford currently serves as the Head Lacrosse coach at Atlee High School where has led the Raiders to the 5A State Championship game in each of his first three years.
A native of Williamsburg, Virginia, Crawford was a standout player at Christchurch School. As a junior, he broke numerous scoring records, including the single-season assist record (66) and single-season points (120). As a senior Crawford was named All-Prep, All-State, and All-American.
Under Bob Shillinglaw, Crawford played for two years at the University of Delaware before transferring and earning a B.S. degree in history education at East Carolina University in 2004.
Crawford's coaching experience includes an Assistant Coach position with the East Carolina men's club team in 2004. He served as Coach at Lafayette High School in Williamsburg from 2005–07, and as JV Head Coach at Deep Run High School in Richmond from 2009–10. He was also the offensive coordinator for the University of Richmond Men's Lacrosse Team. Crawford helped guide Richmond to a numerous successful seasons as a varsity club program.
Currently a Social Studies teacher at Atlee, Crawford enjoys the similarities between teaching in the classroom and coaching on the athletic fields.
Crawford lives in Richmond with his wife Becky and sons Rivers and Tucker.