2018-19: Recorded the fifth best time on the team in the 50 free (21.21) at Husky Invite (11/30)… recorded third best time on the team in the 100 free (45.87) at WAC championships… recorded the second best time on the team in the 200 free (1:41.09) at the WAC championships… Was a member of the 200 free relay team at the Husky Invite (12/1) that recorded the seventh best time in SU history (1:22.43)… Member of the 400 free relay at WAC championships that broke the SU team record (3:00.78)...
2017-18: Recorded a 45.46 leadoff in the 400 freestyle relay at WAC Championships, claiming the fourth-best 100 freestyle time in SU history...led off 800 freestyle relay at conference meet touching in 1:39.29 for the fourth-fastest performance ever at Seattle U...led off 400 freestyle relay that set new school record at WAC Championships, topping an eight-year-old SU mark...swam first on school-record-setting 800 freestyle relay at conference meet.
2016-17: Swam 1:41.87 in 200 freestyle at WAC Championships (Feb. 24), eighth-best in SU history...anchor leg on school-record-setting 400 medley relay that recorded a 3:16.87 at WAC Championships (Feb. 24)...WAC All-Academic.
High School: Crossen was a four-year letterwinner in both swimming and water polo at Rogers High School, where he set the school records in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, and 200 freestyle. He won the state title in the 100 freestyle in 2015 and was a two-time team MVP, as well as the 2015 Tacoma Athletic Commission Swimmer of the Year. In water polo, he was a three-time team MVP and two-time team captain.
Personal: Crossen is the middle child of Cathy and Mike Crossen, and he has an older sister named Rachel and a younger brother named Joshua. His mother Cathy was an All-American swimmer at Ohio State...majoring in the Albers School of Business and Economics.