Eddie Crouch officiated at more than 50 international games.
He officiated at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, the 1982 World Championships for Men, and the 1979, 1983, and 1986 Women’s World Championships.
In Australia he controlled matches in the NBL between 1979 and 2003, amassing a staggering 802 games. Crouch was named the NBL Referee of the Year an amazing thirteen times.
He was WNBL Commissioner for 21 years and has been President and Secretary of the Victorian Basketball Referees Association.
Other honours include the Prime Minister’s Sports Achievement Award and receiving the Order of Australia Medal for services to basketball.
- Officiated more than 50 international games.
- Officiated in NBL from 1979-2003 – 802 games.
- Voted NBL Referee of the Year 13 times.
- NBL Hall of Fame.
- Life Member of WNBL.
- Life Member of NBL.
- Honorary Life Member of FIBA.
- Officiated Los Angeles Olympic Games - 1984.
- Officiated at Women’s World Championships - 1979, 1983, 1986.
- Officiated at Men’s World Championships - 1982.
- Life Member of Victorian Basketball Referees Association - 1976.
- Has been President (1976-78, 1990-92) and Secretary (1981-1989) of Victorian Basketball Referees Association.
- WNBL Commissioner for 21 years – 1982-2003.
- Prime Ministerial Sports Achievement Award – 2003.
- Ambassador for Australian Sports Commission’s Year of the Official – 2003.
- Order of Australia Medal for Services to Basketball – 2004.
- Inducted into the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame in 2006.