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: Sports Management 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.