Transferred to Arkansas after 1996 season.
1996: Played 15 matches including one start (Central Florida) for 444 minutes...Two goals and one assist for three points...Scored the Gators= third goal on a 20-yard boot to cap off a 3-0 shutout over Tennessee in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament...Netted an unassisted goal vs. Mercer and an assist against Stetson...Suffered a concussion in a bicycle accident in late October but returned to practice one week following the accident...Named to the 1996 SEC All-Academic Honor Roll.
1995: 20 games (14 starts) for 879 minutes...Saw action in all 20 matches...Three goals and three assists for nine points...Scored on spectacular 23 yard shot vs. South Carolina...Scored on 25 yarder vs. Alabama...Scored first career goal on 25 yard direct kick at Navy...Assisted on game winning goal at Old Dominion...Assisted on game winner vs. East Carolina...Earned first career assist on direct kick vs. Florida Atlantic.
High School: 1994 Florida High School Girls 5A Player of the Year...Two time all state selection...Two time first team selection by Florida Times Union...Spent two years at Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola before moving to Orange Park...Scored 172 goals in four years, including 52 as a senior and 44 her junior season to lead North Florida region...Started 103 of 104 games as a prep...Member of Orange Park district and regional championship team as a junior that finished 21 3 1...Captained 22 2 3 state runner up squad as a senior.
Personal: Born May 31, 1977...Daughter of Don and Nancy Fraser...1995 graduate of Orange Park High School where she was coached by Rod Kenney...Orange Park's 1996 girls Scholar Athlete of the Year...Also considered Arkansas, Central Florida, Florida State and Trinity.
Major: Occupational Therapy.
|Fraser's Collegiate Statistics|
|Year||G GS||Min.||Shots||G||A Pts.|
|1995||20 14||879||30||3||3 9|
|Totals||35 15||1321||45||5||4 14|