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Frazee Triplets To Be Featured On 700 Club

March 29, 2007
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Moriah, Molly and Megan Frazee, shown here watching for a rebound versus UNC Asheville, are scheduled to appear on The 700 Club, Monday on ABC Family.

Moriah, Molly and Megan Frazee, shown here watching for a rebound versus UNC Asheville, are scheduled to appear on The 700 Club, Monday on ABC Family.

Liberty University sophomores, Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee, the only set of triplets currently playing NCAA Division I women's basketball, will be featured on The 700 Club, which will air twice on Monday. The one-hour program may be seen on ABC Family at both 10 a.m. and 11 p.m. 

The Frazees were the three leading scorers on the Liberty women's basketball team, which went 19-12 to record its 11th-straight winning season. They attracted significant media attention throughout the season, including an appearance on "Pride, Passion and Power," a one-hour college women's basketball special which aired nationally on CBS in January. 

The 700 Club is a live program, produced by the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), which airs weekdays. Hosted by Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen, and Gordon Robertson, the show has welcomed guests including former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan, David Robinson and Mel Gibson since it first aired in 1966. 

Monday's show will feature guest Ana Molliendo Mims, the author of "Keeping the Faith." The segment on the Frazees was taped earlier this month by a CBN production crew, on the Liberty campus.