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Emily Frazier

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

Previous School: Home schooled

Hometown: Magnolia, Texas

2013-14 (R-Jr.)
• One of the Lady Flames' team captains
• Ranked second on the team and eighth in the Big South with 3.4 apg
• Finished fourth in the conference with a 1.31 assist-to-turnover ratio
• Through three seasons, ranks No. 19 in program history with 64 three-pointers made
• Preseason All-Big South selection
• Made a successful return from a Feb. 16 knee injury to start the season opener at Charlotte on Nov. 8, and proceeded to start 30 of 31 games on the year
• Posted 16 points and seven rebounds in a come-from-behind victory over Savannah State (Nov. 30)
• Set career highs for points (17) and three-pointers made (4) while collecting seven rebounds against Richmond on Dec. 3
• Tallied 16 points and five assists versus Presbyterian College (Jan. 11)
• Hauled in a career-high nine rebounds at Winthrop on Jan. 16, while playing a season-high 35 minutes. It was the most boards by a Liberty point guard since Daina Staugaitiene collected nine caroms versus DePaul in the NCAA Tournament on March 22, 2005.
• Scored 11 points and dished out a season-high nine assists at UNC Asheville on Jan. 18
• Eclipsed the 300-career assist mark on Feb. 22 versus Winthrop, becoming the first Lady Flame to do so since Allyson Fasnacht graduated with 326 career assists in 2008. Frazier finished the year with 312 career helpers.

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 season-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

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

• 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

• Daughter of the late Bobby Frazier and Kim Frazier
• Sister of Todd Frazier (29) and Caleb Frazier (26)
• Birthday is on Nov. 13
• Completed bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies
• Currently working toward master's degree in elementary education