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Tim Frazier

Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Strake Jesuit

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170

Position:
G

Birthdate:
11/01/1990

Experience:
GR


05/09/2014

Nearly 100 Penn State Student-Athletes Approved to Graduate this Weekend

Student-Athletes From 25 Sports Scheduled to Receive Diplomas

04/23/2014

School Record 65 Student-Athletes Earn Winter Academic All-Big Ten Accolades

Nittany Lions with 149 Academic All-Conference Honorees So Far in 2013-14

03/24/2014

Lions Drop CBI Quarterfinal Contest to Siena, 54-52

Newbill led PSU with 17 points, six boards

03/19/2014

Nittany Lions Take Down Hampton, 69-65, in CBI Opener

PSU will face Siena in the second round on Monday

03/19/2014

Postgame Notes: Penn State 69, Hampton 65

Nittany Lions advance to quarterfinals of CBI at Siena Monday, March 24

07/15/2014

Tim Frazier Photo Gallery

Tim Frazier Photo Gallery

03/13/2014

Penn State vs. Minnesota (USATSI)

Penn State vs. Minnesota (USATSI)

03/09/2014

Penn State vs. Minnesota (USATSI)

Penn State vs. Minnesota (USATSI)

03/06/2014

Penn State Cruises Past Northwestern, 59-32

Penn State Cruises Past Northwestern, 59-32

02/20/2014

Penn State vs. Nebraska

Penn State men's basketball

Frazier Photo Gallery

Tim Frazier graduated in May 2014 with his second Penn State bachelor's degree in communications arts and sciences. He previously earned asupply chain and information systems diploma in May 2013. He currently is pursuing a professional career.

CAREER HONORS
2013-14

  • Third Team All-Big Ten (Coaches & Media)
  • Big Ten Sportsmanship Award
  • Senior CLASS Award finalist
  • Barclays Center Classic all-tourney team
  • Preseason First Team All-Big Ten
  • Cousy Award Watch List

2012-13

  • Preseason First Team All-Big Ten
  • Wooden Award Preseason Top 50
  • Naismith Award Watch List
  • Academic All-Big Ten

2011-12

  • First Team All-Big Ten (Media)
  • Big Ten All-Defensive Team
  • Basketball Times' All-District
  • Second Team NABC All-District
  • John Lawther Team MVP
  • Academic All-Big Ten

2010-11

  • Academic All-Big Ten
CAREER NOTES
  • Finished career in seventh place in career scoring at Penn State (1,543)
  • Became just the second B1G player with over 1,000 career points, 600 assists and 500 rebounds
  • Broke PSU record for career assists previously owned by Freddie Barnes (600; 1989-92), finishing with 641
  • Had fifth-most career assists of any active Division I player (641)
  • Owns the No. 9 spot in B1G career assists
  • Owns three of Top 10 single-season assist totals (Nos. 1, 3, and 7)

AS A FIFTH-YEAR SENIOR (2013-14)

  • Named Third Team All-Big Ten
  • Averaged 14.9 ppg on the season, to go with a Big Ten-leading 5.4 apg and 1.6 spg
  • Produced PSU's 18th 500-point season performance, finishing 2013-14 campaign with 508
  • Finished season with 182 assists, 5.4 per game, the third-most of any PSU player in a single season
  • Had career-high 13 assists at Duquesne (12/11/13), the most for PSU player since 1995
  • Shot 79 percent from the FT line (157-200)
  • Passed the 500-point mark for the season vs. Hampton
  • Had seven assists with just one turnover in win at Northwestern (3/2/14), marking best assist-to-turnover ratio in Big Ten play this season
  • Scored the game-winning bucket with 6.1 to play at Indiana (2/12/14), giving Penn State its first lead of the game ... Finished with 14 points, including 8-8 showing from FT line ... Tied season high with four steals, including one with :14 on the clock
  • Broke the career record for assists (602) with two vs. Illinois
  • Tied Penn State's record for career assists (600) at Michigan State (2/6/14) and moved into the No. 10 spot in Big Ten career helpers
  • Entered the Top 10 of the Big Ten career assists list with performance against Purdue (2/2/14) and came within two of the PSU all-time record
  • With 10th career double-double at Purdue (1/18/14), took over No. 11 spot in scoring, surpassing Freddie Barnes (1989-92), with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
  • Moved into No. 12 in career scoring and No. 2 in career assists with 17 and six, respectively, against Michigan (1/14/14)
  • Secured 12th career and sixth this season 20-point game against Minnesota (1/8/14) on a career-high 86 percent shooting performance from the field
  • Hit all five FT attempts vs. Mount St. Mary's (12/22/13), marking first 1.000 showing in seven games ... Finished with
  • Had 13 assists at Duquesne (12/11/13), the most for a PSU player since 1995 and the third-most in a single game at Penn State
  • Tallied season-high four steals vs. Marshall (12/3/13) to move into sixth place in career thefts all-time at Penn State (163)
  • Made double-digit assists (10) with just one turnover vs. Mississippi (11/30/13) in Barclays Center Classic championship game
  • Put up second 29-point performance of the season against St. John's (11/29/13), largely credited to 17-20 shooting from free-throw line ... Stands as the most FT makes and attempts by a B1G player this season
  • Passed the 500-assist mark vs. Monmouth (11/26/13)
  • Had 11 assists, tying a career high, to go with 15 points in win over La Salle (11/19/13) ... Performance was second double-double of the season and eighth for career
  • Earned the No. 5 spot on ESPN SportCenter's plays of the day with his monstrous dunk over La Salle's Khalid Lewis
  • Finished with a game-high 29 points at Penn (11/16/13), one off career high set at Nebraska in 2012
  • Played just 27 minutes in Bucknell loss (11/13/13) because of foul trouble
  • With 25-point performance vs. Wagner (11/9/13), jumped up two spots to No. 22 in all-time career scoring (1,060), bypassing Steve Kuhn (1977-80) and Gyasi Cline-Heard (1998-2001)
  • Produced seventh career double-double against the Seahawks, but just the second made up of points/rebounds instead of assists

AS A SENIOR (2012-13 • MEDICAL REDSHIRT SEASON)

  • Applied for a medical hardship waiver for the season after going down with a season-ending ruptured Achilles tendon in his left leg just 5:30 into the fourth game of the year
  • Suffered the injury after coming off a high screen vs. Akron in the third game of the Puerto Rico Tipoff in Bayamon, PR, on Nov. 18
  • Underwent surgery on Nov. 20
  • Was leading Penn State posting 21.7 ppg and 5.8 apg and was second on the team with 6.0 rpg entering the Akron game
  • Was assisting on 45.3 percent of available possessions (the second highest rate in the nation at the time)
  • Had two 23-point outings on the year and had scored in double-figures in 25 straight games, with 14 20-point outings, prior to the Akron game
  • Named a preseason All-Big Ten selection by conference media voters
  • Named to the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 and the Naismith Award preseason watch list
  • Named one of 30 candidates for the Lowes Senior CLASS Award
  • Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors

AS A JUNIOR (2011-12)

  • Frazier became just the sixth Nittany Lion to earn first-team All-Big Ten honors (media), was the first Lion ever selected to the Big Ten All-Defensive team, earned Basketball Times' Northeast All-District honores and was a second-team NABC All-District pick after posting one of the best statistical seasons in Penn State history
  • Named John Lawther Team MVP
  • Became the first Lion to lead the Big Ten in assists and just the third to lead the conference in steals in conference games
  • His 19.6 ppg average in conference play ranked second and was just 0.4 shy of earning the Big Ten scoring title
  • Finished the year first in assists (5.6), first in steals (2.4), second in scoring, second in minutes played (38.0) and third in free throw percentage (87.4) in Big Ten Conference games
  • Just the third Lion to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals in the same season and the first to post a top 10 season in the Penn State record books in scoring, assists and steals in the same year
  • 198 assists set a new Lion season record, eclipsing the previous mark of 189 in six fewer games
  • His 6.2 apg in all games ranked 14th in the NCAA and set a new Penn State season-best
  • Ranked second in the Big Ten scoring 18.8 ppg overall and posted the seventh-best point total in Lion history with 602 becoming just the fifth PSU player to eclipse 600 points in a season
  • Posted 76 steals on the year, the sixth-best season total in PSU history and highest in a decade
  • Was the only NCAA Div. I player to average at least 17 points and six assists per game in 2011-12
  • 19.6 ppg in conference games was the fifth-best mark in league play among major conference players
  • Second in the Big Ten and fifth among major conference players with 17 20-point games (12 in Big Ten play)
  • Led the nation accounting for 58 percent of the Lions' offense with his combined field goals (208) and assists (198)
  • First Lion ever to post at least 500 points, 150 assists and 50 steals in a season
  • Fourth guard in the modern era to lead PSU in rebounding
  • Improved his scoring average by 12.5 ppg, the largest increase in the Big Ten on the year and the second-largest in the last 15 seasons in the conference
  • Posted five double-doubles, the fifth-most in the Big Ten and most for a Lion since 2008
  • Became the first Lion to log at least 170 assists in a season twice in their career
  • Averaged 19.5 ppg in true road games, a mark that led all major conference players and tied for 15th-best in Division I
  • Scored in double-digits in 22-straight games to end the year and 30 total on the season, despite being the nearly singular focus of opposing defenses
  • Led PSU in scoring in 25 games, including 14 of 18 conference games
  • Averaged 21.0 ppg while shooting 46 percent in nine Big Ten road games
  • Scored a career-high 30 points on 10-of-16 shooting and added a career-best six steals (the second most for a Lion ever in a Big Ten game) at Nebraska (1/11)
  • Posted a career-high 11 assists vs. Youngstown State (11/23)
  • Posted double-digit assists in three games and posted eight or more in 10 games
  • Twice posted a career-high 11 rebounds (at Saint Joseph's and vs. Cornell), one of three games with double-digit boards
  • Nearly posted a triple-double going 7-of-7 from the floor and 8-of-8 from the foul line for 23 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in a win over Nebraska (2/11)
  • Sank a 12-foot, game-winning floater with eight seconds to play to break a tie game and give Penn State a 54-52 victory over No. 22 Illinois (1/19)
  • Hit 10-of-16 for 24 points at Purdue (2/29)
  • Tied a Penn State Big Ten Tournament record scoring 26 points on 4-of-6 from three in a first round loss to Indiana (3/8)
  • Earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition for the second year


AS A SOPHOMORE(2010-11)

  • Frazier emerged as a playmaker and scorer ranking third in Big Ten games posting 5.5 assists per contest and second with a 2.36 assist-to-turnover ratio
  • Started 33 contests on the year and played in all 34 averaging 30.8 minutes per game and posting 6.3 ppg, 5.1 apg and 3.9 rpg on the season
  • 173 assists on the year rank as the fifth-most in Penn State history and he led the team with 35 steals
  • Posted seven double-digit scoring outings on the year, all after January 1, and emerged as a potent force in the Lions' run to the Big Ten Tournament Championship game and the NCAA Tournament, posting 10 ppg, 5.9 apg and 4.6 rpg over the final 11 contests
  • Posted six or more assists in 14 games, including a career-high 10 to go along with 10 points for his first career double-double in a victory at Northwestern (2/24)
  • Posted 15 points, seven assists and five rebounds in the Lions' 66-64 NCAA Tournament loss to Temple (3/17)
  • Was stellar with a career-high 22 points on 9-of-13 shooting to go with a career-best eight rebounds and six assists in 39 minutes of a 61-48 victory over Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals (3/12)
  • Posted 12 points on 2-of-2 from three and 5-of-7 overall and six rebounds in a loss at Wisconsin (2/20)
  • Had 12 points, on a career best 10-of-13 from the foul line, and seven assists in a victory over Northwestern (2/13) and 12 points and team-high seven boards in a loss at Illinois (2/1)
  • Posted 11 points, six rebounds and five assists at No. 2 Ohio State (1/15)
  • Became the team's defensive stopper
  • Held No. 16 Illinois' leading scorer Demetri McCamey to 10 points on 3-of-8 shooting and added a career-best eight rebounds, two steals and four assists in a 57-55 upset win
  • Seveloped his offensive repertoire over the summer drilling with Nittany Lion great Joe Crispin, the Lions' third all-time career scorer
  • Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors

AS A FRESHMAN(2009-10)

  • Frazier quickly became an integral part of the Nittany Lion rotation playing in all 31 games and making his first career start in the fifth game of the season vs. Davidson (11/22)
  • Started 10 games overall on the year, including eight straight during the non-conference season, while playing 18.4 minutes per game
  • Finished second on the team with 23 steals and 73 assists and had a 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio for the year
  • Averaged 5.0 points and 2.3 rebounds per game
  • Posted his first career points in the Lions' second game of the season vs. Robert Morris (11/16) and went on to post a season high 19 points on 4-of-5 shooting from three while running the point-guard position for 30 minutes.
  • Posted three double-digit scoring games on the year including 18 points on 4-of-8 from the floor and 8-of-9 from the line with seven assists in a victory over Gardner-Webb (12/19) and 11 points and a season high five assists in a 69-66 victory at Virginia (11/30)
  • Spurred a 13-2 Penn State run to start the second half in that victory
  • Led the team in assists eight times and in steals seven
  • Posted six games with five or more assists
  • Had a season high five boards in three games
  • Scored nine points on 4-of-4 from the floor in just 11 minutes of a 79-60 victory over Northwestern (2/28)
  • Averaged nearly eight points a game in three games at the Charleston Classic
  • Posted a team-high 34-inch vertical and 10.3 second lane agility time in pre-season workouts, equaling the 2009 NBA Combine best in vertical jump and bettering the Combine's best lane agility time of 10.44

HIGH SCHOOL
Frazier averaged 15.5 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 3.6 steals per game in leading Strake Jesuit to a 37-1 record in his senior campaign...led Strake to the state semi-finals, becoming the first private school to reach that far...he was named the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2009 out of Texas by the TexasHoops.com... ranked No. 13 among point-guards in the class of 2009 by ESPN and given an overall grade of 89, which ranked among the top 115, 2009 prospects nationally by ESPN...led the Crusaders to two district titles and was named MVP and All-Greater Houston Player of the Year his senior season...Rated a three star recruit by the Rivals national recruiting service...A four-year starter and three-year captain...averaged 11.5 points and 5.5 rebounds a game as a junior and was selected the District 17-5A Defensive Player-of-the-Year after posting 98 steals, an average of three per game...helped his Strake team to a 27-7 mark while scoring more than 20 points in four games and posting double-digit rebounds in five...the second leading scorer on the team behind 6-5 senior forward Joey Brooks who signed to play at Notre Dame...played on the Houston Elite AAU team that produced Bradley University players Anthony Thompson, Eddren McCain and Chris Roberts...also lettered in football and track...Graduated Cum Laude.

PERSONAL
Born on Nov. 1, 1990 in Houston, Texas ... Son of Billy and Janice Frazier... Has an older brother, William, and sister, Krystal...Krystal was an All-Conference USA selection, averaging better than 13 ppg at Rice ...four-time Academic All-Big Ten selection ... Graduated in May 2013 with over a 3.1 grade-point average in supply chain and information systems in the Smeal College of Business and added a second bachelor's degree in communication arts and sciences in 2014 ... Served as the basketball team's representative to the Penn State Student Athlete Advisory Board and was active in the Athletic Director's Leadership Institute at Penn State.

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