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Frazee Triplets Featured in USA Today
Readers of Tuesday's USA Today will have a hard time missing a feature article about Liberty women's basketball senior triplets Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee. Dick Patrick's article, "Triplets enjoy a unique unity," is situated prominently on the front page of the national newspaper's sports section.
Among other things, the article discusses how the Frazees ended up at Liberty, the high points and low points of their four years with the Lady Flames and what the future holds in store for the senior trio, believed to be the only set of triplets currently playing NCAA Division I women's basketball.
As a result of the unique nature of triplets playing basketball together for a successful NCAA Division I program, Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee have garnered considerable media attention during their time at Liberty. ESPN, ESPN.com, the Associated Press and the 700 Club are just a few of the news outlets which have told their story.
The Lady Flames, picked to repeat as Big South Conference champions, are off to a 1-4 start. For the last three games, only one-third of the triplets, Moriah Frazee, has been able to play. Molly Frazee is sidelined for the season with an ACL injury, while Megan Frazee is recovering from an ankle sprain, suffered when she hit a game-winning shot to beat UC Riverside on Nov. 21.
Liberty returns to action this evening at 7 p.m., when the Lady Flames travel across the Commonwealth to face James Madison at the JMU Convocation Center in Harrisonburg, Va.