PHOENIX - He's accused of assaulting a rival team member and on Monday, an Arizona State University rugby player will be headed to court.
Christopher Crawford was arrested in February following a rugby match between ASU and the University of Arizona.
On Tuesday, jury selection will begin in his aggravated assault trial.
Crawford allegedly attacked a U of A player while he was tying his shoe during a game earlier in the year. Police say Crawford kicked the player in the face, then ran from the scene.
The victim was knocked unconscious and required facial reconstruction surgery.
Jury selection begins this AM for Christopher Crawford. He's the ASU rugby player accused of brutally assaulting a U of A player during a game. Details at 5A in a live report #Fox10Phoenix pic.twitter.com/dw8YDck35S— Ty Brennan (@TyFox10) December 11, 2017