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All-State Berth Is Most Recent Honor For Frazee

March 14, 2007
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Megan Frazee is already one of Liberty's top 20 all-time scorers, as she has tallied 792 points in her first 45 collegiate games.

Megan Frazee is already one of Liberty's top 20 all-time scorers, as she has tallied 792 points in her first 45 collegiate games.

Liberty sophomore guard/forward Megan Frazee has been included on the five-member All-State women's basketball team, as selected by Vic Dorr, Jr., of the Richmond Times-Dispatch. 

Frazee (Xenia, Ohio) was the only non-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) player to make the Division I All-State team. James Madison featured a pair of first-team honorees, Virginia Player of the Year Meredith Alexis and Tamera Young. Rounding out the team were William & Mary's Kyra Kaylor and Old Dominion's T.J. Jordan. 

Frazee led the Lady Flames to their 11th-consecutive winning season, a 19-12 campaign. The Big South Conference's second-leading scorer at 17.2 ppg, she ranked in the top five of seven different conference statistical categories. Frazee finished as the Big South leader in rebounding (8.5 rpg), free throw percentage (.772) and three-point field goal percentage (.410). She posted 13 double-doubles, highlighted by a 37-point, 15-rebound outburst during Liberty's 75-71 win at Virginia on Nov. 20. 

The all-state award adds to an already impressive collection of hardware Frazee has accumulated this season. She was named an All-Big South first-team selection and was included on the Big South All-Tournament team. Four times during the season, the sophomore took home Big South Player of the Week honors. Also a standout in the classroom, Frazee was one of seven sophomores in the nation to earn ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District first-team distinction. She was additionally a member of the Big South All-Academic team.