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Frazee Triplets To Be Featured on CBS Women's Basketball Special

January 16, 2007
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Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee watch for the rebound.

Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee watch for the rebound.

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 a television show about college women's basketball entitled, "Pride, Passion and Power." The program will be aired nationally on CBS Sports, Sunday afternoon (Jan. 21) from 2-3 p.m. EST. 

The one-hour show was produced by ESPN, and will be hosted by ESPN's Trey Wingo and Stacey Dales. One of four segments within the show will cover the Frazee triplets, who are the three leading scorers and the three leading rebounders for the 10-7 Lady Flames. An ESPN camera crew was on the Liberty campus Dec. 4-5 to film much of the footage which will be used during the special. 

The Frazees have garnered considerable media attention this season. They were previously featured on ESPN.com's college women's basketball website, in an article by Beth Mowins entitled, "Liberty has three times the fun in Frazee triplets." Vic Dorr, Jr. penned a piece, "Frazee triplets a package that gives Liberty women's team reason to say ‘amen,'" which served as the centerpiece of the Richmond Times-Dispatch college women's basketball preview. 

Another segment of "Pride, Passion and Power" will feature Oklahoma freshman guard, Jenna Plumley, a pure blood Native American. "Where are they now?" will examine the successful career of Leigh Ann Curl, a former UConn women's basketball player who graduated in 1985. Curl now serves as the head team physician and surgeon for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. Finally, this year's five Wade Trophy candidates will each be highlighted.