2015-16: Academic All-WAC ... NABC Honors Court
2014-15: 34 gp/33 gs, 24.9 mpg, 6.7 ppg, 5.6 rpg ... finished with 12 points, one steal, one block, and six rebounds against UT Pan American (1/15) ... scored a season-high 19 points and pulled down three rebounds against Cal State Fullerton (1/03) ... filled up the stats sheet with nine points, one steal, one block, six assists, and 12 rebounds against Sacramento State (12/21) ... recorded a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds against Pacific Lutheran (12/01) ... had another double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds against Nebraska Omaha (11/19) ... NABC Honors Court
2013-14: 30 gp/28 gs, 22.3 mpg, 5.1 ppg, 6.0 rpg ... notched double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds in WAC Tournament quarterfinal against New Mexico State (3/13) ... finished with nine points and seven rebounds against Chicago State (2/27) ... collected nine points, 10 rebounds, two assists, two blocked shots, and one steal against New Mexico State (2/8) ... pulled down 10 rebounds at Texas-Pan American (1/11) ... earned eight points and seven rebounds against Kansas City (1/4) ... finished with eight points and three assists at Cal State Fullerton (12/7) ... pulled down seven rebounds at Cal State Northridge (12/5) ... earned 10 points and four rebounds against UC Davis (12/2) ... notched a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds at Boise State (11/19) ... earned seven points and 14 rebounds against Evergreen State (11/16).
2012-13: vs. Texas State on March 12: saw action off the bench, scoring four points and grabbing three rebounds ... at Idaho on March 9: scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds in action off the bench ... vs. CSU Bakersfield on March 6: saw time as a sub, scoring four points and grabbing one rebound ... at UTSA on March 2: saw action as a sub, grabbing seven rebounds while scoring four points ... at Texas State on Feb. 28: saw action as a sub off the bench ... UT Arlington on Feb. 16: saw time as a sub, blocking one shot ... at Denver on Feb. 7: saw action as a sub off the bench, scoring eight points and grabbing five rebounds ... Utah State on Feb. 2: started at center and grabbed two rebounds ... San Jose State on Jan. 31: came off the bench to score five points, grab four rebounds, and earn two steals ... Texas State on Jan. 26: played minutes as a sub, scoring two points ... UTSA on Jan. 24: saw action as a sub, grabbing one rebound ... at Louisiana Tech on Jan. 19: saw action as a sub, grabbing three rebounds... at UT Arlington on Jan. 17: provided one assist in time as a sub ... Denver on Jan. 12: saw action as a sub off the bench ... New Mexico State on Jan. 10: came off the bench to score four points and grab three rebounds ... at San Jose State on Jan. 5: scored eight points, grab two rebounds, and earned one steal in time as a sub ... at Utah State on Jan. 3: grabbed one rebound in action as a sub off the bench ... Campbell on Dec. 22: saw action as a sub off the bench ... Northern Illinois on Dec. 19: scored three points, grabbed one rebound, and earned one steal in time as a sub ... Washington on Dec. 13: grabbed two rebounds in action as a sub off the bench ... at Eastern Washington on Dec. 10: saw time as a sub, grabbing four rebounds, earning one steal, and scoring one point ... Boise State on Dec. 2: scored three points, grabbed three rebounds, and provided one assist in time as a sub ... at Stanford on Nov. 28: grabbed three rebounds and scored two points in action off the bench ... Pacific Lutheran on Nov. 21: saw time as a sub, grabbing four rebounds, scoring three points, and earning one steal ... at Virginia on Nov. 17: scored one point and grabbed one rebound as sub off bench ... Montana State on Nov. 11: saw first collegiate action off the bench, scoring four points, grabbing three rebounds, and earning one steal.
Before Seattle U: Crook was the MVP of the Under-18 National Cup in England after leading Manchester Magic to the tournament title with 24 points and 11 rebounds in final game. He played for England's Division B squad at U18 European Championships in 2011 in Bulgaria, averaging 4.6 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. Crook played for Manchester Magic in the Amaechi Basketball Centre, established by former Penn State and NBA player John Amaechi.
Personal: Crook is a pre-major in the College of Arts and Sciences. He was a member of the squad that traveled to China in late August 2012.