Honors and Awards:
College Soccer News National Team of the Week (11/28/16).
Earned 78 CAPS, starting 50 of the matches, including 41 after head coach Jamie Franks took over in 2015, seeing a combined 4,099 minutes of action…Tied for the third-most CAPS in Denver’s Division I history…Scored seven goals and tallied 14 assists, including 11 in his final two seasons.
Played and started in all 24 matches on the right wing for head coach Jamie Franks, seeing 1,465 minutes of action…Netted a goal and tallied six assists on the season…Scored the opener in Denver’s 2-1 NCAA Round of 16 win against Washington (11/26)…Tallied three assists in Denver’s first four matches, and distributed the other three against Summit League opponents.
Appeared in 18 matches, making 17 starts as an outside midfielder… Scored three goals including two game winners against San Diego (9/6) and St. John's (9/12)… Tallied three assists, including two on game-winners and one on a game-tying goal.
Did not play due to injury.
Played each of Denver's 20 games, starting 9...Recorded six points off two goals and two assists...Recorded two goals at Fort Wayne (10/5)...Named The Summit League Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 30-Oct. 7, according to College Sports Madness.
Made 16 appearances in his rookie season...Tallied a goal and an assist in 500 minutes for the Pioneers...Netted his first-career goal in the 84th minute against Presbyterian (9/19).
Scored his one goal on just eight shots, including four on goal.
Attended L.D. Bell High School in Bedford, Texas...Earned All-District Fsirst Team honors from 2009-11...Named to ESPNU Top XI...Earned Academic All-District honors...Played for Solar Chelsea Soccer Academy, captaining the team in 2010...Ranked as the No. 37 recruit in the nation for the 2012 class by College Soccer News...Picked for the adidas Disney Showcase All-Star Team in 2010 that traveled to Chelsea Football Club in England...Texas State Cup champion with Solar SC.
Born November 12, 1993, in Louisville, Ky...Son of Phil and Kristin Crosswait...Has one brother, Charlie...Chose Denver because of the campus and the soccer program...Involved in Young Life and National Honor Society in high school...Enjoys playing soccer and several other sports.
Undecided major...Also considered Southern Methodist, Kentucky, Central Florida, George Mason, North Carolina-Wilmington, Northwestern, Dartmouth and North Carolina-Charlotte.
Kevin Smith on Crosswait:
"Chandler is extremely clever with the ball and very good running at players and in combination. As a versatile attacking player who is exciting to watch, I am looking forward to following him at Denver”