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Frazee Times-Dispatch's Player of the Year
Frazee (Xenia, Ohio), the first Lady Flame to earn the prestigious award since Katie Feenstra in 2003-04, was included on the Times-Dispatch's first-team all-state roster a season ago. The junior was joined on this year's all-state team by Old Dominion's T.J. Jordan, VCU's Krystal Vaughn, Virginia's Monica Wright and James Madison's Tamera Young. Beth Cunningham of VCU garnered Richmond Times-Dispatch State Women's Basketball Coach of the Year honors. The honorees were selected by Times-Dispatch women's basketball writer Vic Dorr, Jr.
Frazee was the leading scorer (18.6 ppg) and rebounder (9.5 rpg) for a Liberty team which ended the season at 28-4, tying the school and Big South records for victories in a season. The Lady Flames won their 11th Big South Conference title in 12 years and played in the NCAA Tournament for the 11th time.
The Buckeye State native has earned a number of accolades this season, including Big South Player of the Year and Big South Women's Basketball Championship MVP distinctions. A six-time Big South Player of the Week, Frazee took home MVP honors at both of Liberty's regular-season tournaments, the National City Xavier Invitational and the Lady Rebel Christmas Classic. She was also honored for her work in the classroom, as the kinesiology major with a 3.91 GPA was a part of the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America second-team roster.
Statistically, Frazee broke the Liberty record with an .878 free throw percentage for the season. Her 595 points rank No. 3 on the Lady Flames' all-time single season list, while her 303 rebounds fall No. 5 in program history. Frazee eclipsed the 1,000-career point and 500-career rebound plateaus during the year. She will enter her senior season ranked No. 4 in program history with 1,387 career points and No. 5 with 704 rebounds.