2006: Selected as a co-captain of the team for the 2006 season.
2005: ECAC Champion on the floor exercise...NCAA individual event qualifier on floor exercise...competed in all 10 meets...captured conference crown on floor exercise with a score of 9.025...placed 15th at the NCAA qualifying session on floor with a 9.0...led team on the floor exercise with a 9.15, good for fourth, at Illinois on Mar. 12...won the floor event twice in a span of three days against Air Force and Arizona State...took the event title on Mar. 18 with a score of 9.15...returned two days later to take the FX crown with a career-best 9.375...excelled on vault against the Falcons and Sun Devils with an 8.8 on Mar. 18 and an 8.950 on Mar. 20...scored a season-best 9.0 on vault at the Windy City Invitational...placed second on floor exercise with a 9.175 at the 2005 Southwest Cup.
2004: ECAC Individual Event Finalist on floor exercise...qualified with a 9.1 that was good for third place in preliminaries...finished third in the ECAC floor exercise finals with a 9.050...established career-high 9.250 on floor to win event title against Temple on Feb. 29...won the FX event against Army on March 17 with a 9.050...earned eight Top Three finishes on floor exercise in 2004...second on the team in the floor exercise with a 9.150 at the NCAA National Championships, tying for 11th overall at the national qualifying session.
2003: Earned a spot in the NCAA Regional Qualifying Championships on the floor exercise as a freshman...finished 10th in the event at the ECAC Championships with an 8.80...posted a season-best score of 9.05 on the floor exercise versus Minnesota and Arizona State on March 15...recorded a season-high tally of 9.00 on the vault versus Air Force on March 2. 2002: Redshirted his first season, retaining four years of eligibility.
Prep/Personal: Placed third in the floor exercise in the state finals as a senior...took home a fifth-place finish on the vault as a junior...became the first Prospect gymnast in over 30 years to capture a medal at the state finals...selected as the Prospect Most Valuable Performer in 1999 and 2000...received the Gary Morava Memorial award voted upon by Mid-Suburban League coaches for outstanding performance by a boys gymnast...set school records on the floor exercise (9.55), vault (9.5) and all-around (48.1)...son of Phil and Adele Krueger...born November 2, 1981...majoring in movement science.