Crosier lands two honors at IU game
Clint Crosier, a senior at Indiana University and a graduate of Corydon Central High School, was recognized for his academic excellence during the halftime of the Hoosiers’ basketball game against Penn State at Assembly Hall in Bloomington.
Crosier, an A student majoring in sports marketing and management, plays baseball for Indiana.
The university honored students with the highest grade point average from their varsity sport. In addition to being recognized from the baseball team, Crosier also received the top award for male athletes overall.
As a junior, Crosier appeared in 15 games and went 20 2/3 innings. He posted an ERA of 4.79 with one save and 13 strikeouts.
Other highlights for the leftie that season include: throwing a scoreless inning in a victory over IU Southeast; not allowing a hit and holding Iowa to one earned run in two innings of work; throwing 1 2/3 innings of scoreless ball with no walks and one strikeout in a win over Northwestern; tossing a scoreless inning of relief in Indiana’s win over Illinois State; pitching four innings of no-hit relief, giving up one run versus Centenary; tossing two innings without allowing a hit, run or walk while fanning two in a game against Navy.
Crosier was also named Academic All-Big Ten last year.
He is the son of Frank and Silea Crosier of Corydon.