(CMR) Caymanian swimmer Jillian Crooks is expected to be a part of the Tennessee University Swimming and Diving team in 2024 after signing with the university recently.
Crooks, who has represented the Cayman Islands in numerous championships and at the Toyko Olympics, was among the top 10 recruits for the university. She is set to join her brother, Jordan Crooks, at the University of Tennessee in the fall of 2024.
Beyond excited to share the incredible news that I’ve taken a huge step in my swimming journey! It's official – I “am now a proud member of the Tennessee Swimming & Diving team!,” Crooks shared on social media.
“This new chapter is filled with endless possibilities, hard work, and dedication. I'm beyond excited to represent the #LadyVols and give my all in the pool. Thank you to everyone who has supported me on this incredible journey. Here's to the next exciting chapter,” she added.
Crooks is the Cayman Islands record holder in the 50-metre butterfly and 100-metre freestyle