2014 JUNIOR SEASON: Appeared in 13 games, making one start hit .182 in 11 at-bats was perfect in the field in 23 chances, playing at first base, second base and shortstop had three at-bats at Saint Mary's College (3/18) started the next day (3/19) at first base picked up his first hit of the season against South Dakota State (4/9) went 1-for-1 with a run scored in a win over Augsburg (5/6).
2013 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Saw action in six games with three at bats and one walk earned his second letter was perfect in the field with a 1.000 fielding percentage played third base in a game against UCLA (2/16) pinch hit and played first in two games against Western Michigan (2/22-23) pinch hit in a game against Western Michigan (2/22), drawing a walk which tied a career high.
2012 FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in seven games and started in two earned his first collegiate letter had eight at bats, held a RBI and two runs scored off of one hit walked three times and was hit by pitch once made his first collegiate start in the UW-Milwaukee game (2/26) competed in the Dairy Queen Classic against Nebraska (3/4) and scored a run saw action in the loss to Kansas (3/10) when he walked once played against The Citadel (3/25) and South Dakota State (3/28) earned his first collegiate hit in the win over Augsburg (4/3) when he went 1-2 with a RBI and a run scored.
2011: Red-shirted the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Brainerd High School coached by Lowell Searcyp named First-Team All-State in baseball and football as a s enior three-time All-Area in football and four-time All-Area honoree in basketball was a three-time All-Conference honoree in baseball helped lead Brainerd to the State Tournament in baseball where they finished fifth in his senior season, Brainerd won the section and conference titles also led his team to a conference title in 2008 and 2009 named the 2010 Brainerd Athlete of the Year, and was the MVP of his baseball, football and basketball teams as a senior hit a team-high .419 with 22 runs, 15 RBIs, two doubles, a triple and just four strikeouts in 62 at bats as a junior was also 8-for-9 in stolen base attempts in his junior campaign.
PERSONAL: Undecided on major son of Mary and Bruce Crocker born on June 9, 1991 has three older sisters Kelly, Katie and Kendra lists going to the 2010 State Tournament as his biggest sports thrill.