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Emily Frazier

Class: R-Junior
Position: G
Height: 5-7

Previous School: Home schooled

Hometown: Magnolia, Texas

2012-13 (R-So.)
• Led the Big South in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.81), despite missing the season's last eight games due to a knee injury
• Paced the team and ranked second in the conference with 4.7 apg
• No Lady Flame had recorded 10 or more assists in a game since 2009-10, before she did so three times on the year
• Made her first of 22 starts at point guard on Nov. 23 at No. 3/3 Baylor
• Helped the Lady Flames go 18-4 when she was in the starting lineup
• Scored in double figures in victories over CAA foes James Madison (Dec. 4) and UNCW (Dec. 8), marking the first time in her career that she recorded back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts
• Made a career-best 13 consecutive free throw attempts, spanning Dec. 13-Jan. 3
• Recorded a then career-high 12 assists at VCU on Dec. 20, the first double-digit assist total by a Lady Flame since Amber Mays had 10 assists against Winthrop on Jan. 9, 2010
• Finished with a career-high and team-leading 16 points versus Presbyterian College on Jan. 3
• Totaled a career-high 13 assists during a Jan. 26 victory over Longwood, tying the Vines Center record and Liberty's Division I era standard
• It was the most assists by a Lady Flame since Kristi Mercer had 13 against UNCG on Feb. 16, 1989, before Frazier was born
• Tallied seven points, six rebounds and 10 assists on Feb. 2 at High Point, helping the Lady Flames rally from a 15-point halftime deficit to win
• Suffered a season-ending knee injury on Feb. 16 against Radford

2011-12 (So.)
• Sat out the entire 2011-12 season due to a knee injury and was redshirted

2010-11 (Fr.)
• Made the Big South All-Freshman Team
• Named Big South Freshman of the Week twice (Nov. 30 and Jan. 4)
• Started 30 times at point guard
• Led the team in assists (85) and three-point field goal percentage (.417)
• Her 85 assists were the most by a Liberty freshman since Allyson Fasnacht had 87 helpers in 2004-05
• Made her first career start a successful one, posting 11 points and distributing a team-high three assists in a win over Lafayette (Nov. 20)
• Scored a team-best eight points at No. 2/3 Baylor (Nov. 26), playing in her home state of Texas
• Tied for team-high honors with 12 points in a key road win at VCU on Dec. 21
• Scored a season-high 14 points against La Salle (Dec. 29), helping Liberty win the consolation game of the Terrapin Classic
• Tallied seven points and a season-best eight assists during the Big South opener at High Point (Jan. 3)
• It was the first eight-assist performance by a Liberty freshman since Rachel McLeod on March 15, 2008
• Helped the Lady Flames win their second game in less than 24 hours, totaling 10 points and six assists at UNC Asheville on Jan. 9
• Came up with a career-high six steals in a victory at Coastal Carolina (Feb. 26), making her the first Liberty rookie to nab six steals since Michelle Parker on Jan. 6, 2004
• Also played well against the Chanticleers in the opening game of the Big South Championship on March 11
• Posted 10 points in the game, including a key shot clock buzzer-beating three-pointer with 1:17 remaining and the Lady Flames clinging to a two-point lead

2009-10
• Joined the Lady Flames in January, after completing her high school graduation requirements early
• Did not appear in a game

Prep
• Home schooled
• Played for the Homeschool Christian Youth Association (HCYA), the same program which produced former Lady Flame teammate Rachel McLeod
• As a junior in 2008-09, served as a team captain for the Lady Warriors during their 33-10 season
• Earned first team National Christian Homeschool Basketball Championship (NCHBC) All-America honors after helping HCYA finish as the national runner-up in 2009
• Averaged 15.0 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 7.6 apg and 4.3 spg as a junior
• During her three seasons as a starter at HCYA, totaled 1,812 points, 727 rebounds, 780 assists and 493 steals
• Named a second team NCHBC All-American as a sophomore
• Tabbed Houston Chronicle High School Player of the Week on Dec. 16, 2007, after recording a quadruple double (27 points, 10 rebounds, 16 assists, 13 steals) in the championship game of the Southwest Christian Shootout
• Also started at setter for three years for the HCYA volleyball team
• Led the Lady Warriors to the Texas state volleyball title as a junior

Personal
• Daughter of the late Bobby Frazier and Kim Frazier
• Sister of Todd Frazier (28) and Caleb Frazier (25)
• Birthday is on Nov. 13
• Completed bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies
• Currently working toward master's degree in elementary education