Rupp On Frazier: "He's one of our best hitters on the team and had a great year last year. He's really improved on the things he set out to improve on. And over the summer, he's reached the goals he's set for himself. He's gotten faster and quicker, and he's going to be a solid guy to anchor the middle of our lineup for us." ... entering the season in sixth place all-time at Maryland with 43 career doubles ... tied for seventh all-time with 67 career extra-base hits and ranks ninth all-time with 24 career home runs.
As a Junior (2004): Hit .360 for the year, finishing seventh overall in the ACC ... raised his average to .350 after a March 6th game against Buffalo, and only fell below that mark for one at-bat the rest of the season (45 games) ... led the team and finished eighth in the ACC in slugging (.591), with 120 total bases, 21 multi-hit games and three career-high tying four-hit performances ... also led the team with a .415 on-base percentage and a 1.006 on-base plus slugging average (OPS) ... tied for the team lead with 45 runs scored and finished second with 37 RBI and 10 home runs ... was second among ACC players with a perfect fielding percentage, recording 76 putouts ... had base hits in 36 of the 52 games he started (one at-bat in three other games) and had hit streaks of seven, eight and six games ... led the team with 18 doubles and was second with 27 extra-base hits ... went 3-for-5 with three doubles, three RBI and two runs against Buffalo (3/5) ... went 1-for-3 with a three-run homer and a walk against Virginia Commonwealth (3/30) and 3-for-3 with three walks and two runs against Delaware (3/31) on back-to-back days ... had eight hits in 12 at-bats with one RBI and one run in the Clemson series (4/2-4/4) ... went 4-for-5 with two home runs and two doubles, driving in four and scoring four runs against Towson (4/20) ... had another two-home run game against Delaware (5/5), going 4-for-5 with three RBI and four runs ... had a monster game in helping the Terps win their ACC Tournament play-in game ... went 2-for-3 with a home run, double and three walks, while driving in three and scoring three runs versus Wake Forest (5/25).
As a Sophomore (2003): Third on the team with seven multiple-RBI games ... hit .314 with 17 RBI after being moved from left field to designated hitter ... clubbed a three-run home run vs. William & Mary (May 14) ... homered in consecutive games vs. West Virginia and James Madison (April 22 and 23) ... put together a six-game hit streak from April 19 to April 26, hitting .304 (7-for-23) with four RBI over that span ... slugged a pinch-hit two-RBI single against New York Tech (April 6), part of a five-run eighth inning rally ... had an eight-game hit streak from March 1 to March 11, hitting .406 (13-for-32) over that span ... went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI vs. Georgia Tech (March 21) ... hit 6-for-13 with three doubles in the three-game series against the Yellow Jackets from March 21 to March 23 ... homered against Marist (March 8).
As a Freshman (2002): Was an immediate fixture in the Terps' lineup in his first year, playing in 54 games ... joined teammate Jason Maxey as a Collegiate Baseball freshman honorable mention All-America selection ... blasted nine home runs, the third-highest total on the team ... had 15 multi-hit games, tying him for second most among returning players ... his 187 at-bats were the most among Terp freshmen ...homered in his first collegiate game vs. James Madison (Feb. 15) ... had an offensive outburst vs. Vermont (March 8), going 3-for-6 with three RBI, including two doubles and a home run ... went 3-for-4 against North Carolina (March 15) in the first ACC game of his career, with a double and a RBI ... knocked in a career-high five runs on a double and a homer vs. Virginia (Apr. 7) ... finished the day 2-for-4 with a double and a home run while driving in a pair at nationally-ranked Wake Forest (Apr. 20) ... knocked out a three-run home run during a 2-for- 4 showing vs. Duke (Apr. 28) ... colleced a career-high four hits while driving in two and scoring twice in the ACC Tournament against Duke (May 21).
At Riverdale Baptist: Played for one of the top teams in the country at nearby Riverdale Baptist ... Riverdale Baptist finished ranked 12th in the country by the USA Today and No. 14 by Baseball America when he was a senior... batted .480 as a senior with 13 home runs and 57 RBI ... finished his high school career with 23 home runs and 132 RBI ... his teams went 112-16 in three seasons at Riverdale Baptist ... was named All-Met by the Washington Post and all-county as a senior in addition to being named to the preseason all-state team ... played in the Team One Showcase and at the Area Code games ... competed in the Crown All-Star game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards ... named to the all-tournament team at the Westminster National Classic in Florida.
Personal: Son of Susan and Bill Frazier ... a letters and sciences major ... was recruited by Marist, Coastal Carolina, James Madison and San Francisco.
Frazier's Career Batting Statistics
Year Avg GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI Slg. BB SO SB
Frazier's Career ACC Batting Statistics
Year Avg GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI Slg. BB SO SB
Frazier's Career Highs
Hits: 4, four times, most recently vs. Delaware (5/5/04)