International Experience: Member of the Irish Senior National Team...spent spring 2012 semester living in Dublin training with Irish Senior National Team for London Olympic bid...team did not qualify...selected to Irish National Team for 2009 European Championship and was youngest member on team...called up to Senior National Team at the end of 2007-08 season and competed in the Senior Celtic Cup...helped Ireland to a bronze medal at the U-16 European Games in 2006...member of Irish U-16, U-18, U-21 teams.
As a senior in 2012: Team co-captain for the second straight year...named NFHCA First Team All-American, to NCAA All-Tournment Team, to NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team and to All-ACC Team for the third straight year...named to Preseason All-ACC Team...started in 23 of the Terps' 24 games...notched an assist on the Terps' first goal in their win at #16 California when she found Witmer in front of the box...fed Gerzabek for Terps' score vs. #3 Old Dominion (Aug. 31)...scored first goal of the season off corner in game vs. #15 Ohio State (Sept. 2)...scored twice in win over Dartmouth (Sept. 9)...scored and notched two assists in Terps' come-from-behind win over #18 Boston College (Sept. 14)...had an assist on Schneid's goal in Terps' win over #14 Wake Forest (Sept. 22)...notched an assist on Dessoye's goal that put Terps on top in the second half at #7 Virginia (Sept. 28)...scored a goal and notched an assist within a minute of each other vs. Temple (Sept. 30)...scored game-winner in second half of Terps' win at #8 Old Dominion (Oct. 12)...scored two goals in Terps' 3-1 win over Rutgers on Senior Night (Oct. 26)...scored in Terps' ACC Quarterfinal win over #22 Duke (Nov. 1 )...notched an assist in ACC Semifinal win over #6 Virginia (Nov. 2)...scored gamewinner that sent Terps to their fifth straight final four when she dribbled into the circle and shot from the top of it for a 2-1 win with 2:10 left to play at #4 Connecticut in the NCAA Second Round (Nov. 11)...given team's Dina Rizzo award, an honor that is not given every year, but only when one deserves it, for the leader that leads by example with passion and commitment to winning.
As a junior in 2011: Team co-captain...won 2011-12 Honda Sports Award as nation's best player...named an NFHCA First Team All-American, NFHCA Mid Atlantic Region Player of the Year, as well as womensfieldhockey.com's First Team All-American, to NCAA All-Tournament Team and to All-ACC Team...named to Preseason All-ACC Team...scored Maryland's second goal vs. No. 2 Old Dominion in the NCAA Semifinal when she dribble into the circle and drilled it in in the 19th minute (Nov. 18)...scored in Terps' win vs. Iowa in NCAA First Round (Nov. 12)...scored the game winner in three straight games (Sept. 24-30)...drilled Terps' second goal when she dribbled into the circle and scored vs. Drexel (Oct. 26)...scored in 19th minute and again in 28th minute vs. Virginia to tie the game, then take the lead (Sept. 30)...gave Terps a 1-0 lead less than four minutes in vs. Princeton (Sept. 27)...notched team's first and third goals vs. Wake Forest (Sept. 24)...scored first goal of the season at No. 8 Boston College (Sept. 16)...scored 90 seconds into the second half to tie the game at two...notched two assists at UMass (Sept. 18)...notched first assist of the season when she found Witmer for a 1 v. 1 on the Villanova goalkeeper to tie the game (Sept. 11)...named to ACC's All-Academic Team.
As a sophomore in 2010: Scored game-winning goal in 2010 National Championship game...with 2:10 left in double overtime, sent in a hard shot from the top of the circle for Maryland's seventh national title...named to NCAA All-Tournament team...named a First Team All-American by the NFHCA and to womensfieldhockey.com's Second Team...also named to the All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team, as well as All-ACC Team...started all 24 games...scored in eight games and had four games with multiple goals...notched second career hat trick Sept. 12 vs. Rutgers...also notched five assists on the year...assisted on game-winning goal to Buckley in double overtime of ACC Semifinals vs. Wake Forest...recipient of Keli Smith Award at team's banquet, which is given to the team's 'straight shooter'...named as the player that wears her emotions on her sleeve and sets her sights on achieving the high level goals she sets for herself...named to ACC's All-Academic Team.
As a freshman in 2009: Joined the team three games into the season after playing with the Irish national team...fourth on the team in scoring with 16 goals on the year, which put her at No. 9 in the ACC...notched six game-winners on the year, which tied her for second in the ACC...had three game-winners in three of the Terps' six postseason games, including the winning goal in overtime of the ACC championship game...named to the All-ACC Tournament team...had hat trick against No. 14 Penn State in just third game with the team...scored in each of the Terrapins' last five games, all of which were in the postseason...named to ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Before Maryland: Top goal scorer for Foyle College for three straight years from 2007-09...led team to Northern Ireland Schools Cup title in 2009, when she served as team captain, and to runner-up finish in the All Ireland Cup...N.I. Schools Cup runner-up in 2008...squad claimed Schools Shield Competition in 2006-07...played with Ulster Senior team, which won the Ulster Schools Cup in 2008-09...picked up Player of the Tournament distinction as Ulster Senior reached the finals of the All-Ireland Tournament...Derry & District Young Sportswoman of the Year as a freshman in 2005-06...also a skilled soccer, cricket and rugby player...played club hockey with Ballymoney HC...led team to finals of Irish Senior Cup and Ulster Winemark Shield.
Personal: Hearing and speech sciences major...recipient of the Bob and Carol Baker Director's Circle Scholarship...cousin of Darron Gibson, a soccer player for Manchester United and the Republic of Ireland...daughter of Stan and Margaret Frazer...has a sister, Lauren...Megan Frazer was born in Derry, Northern Ireland.
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