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Carter, Page share Most Outstanding Player, Frazier earns Defensive Player of the Year
Three in double-figures, including Carter's game-high 16 points not enough in season-ending loss
Penn State and Radford will tip off at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 15 inside the Bryce Jordan Center
Penn State fell to Michigan, 77-48, in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament.
The Lady Lions defeated Illinois 83-57 in the tournament's first round.
2016-17 (Freshman Season)
Season: Appeared in 23 games.
Drexel (11/11): Handed out one assist in her collegiate debut...Played three minutes. Saint Peter’s (11/13): Scored her first career points in eight minutes of action...Ended the game with two points. No. 13 Tennessee (11/20): Played two minutes. vs. Georgia State (11/24): Went 1-for-2 from the free throw line for her only points...Handed out one assist in nine minutes. Marshall (12/3): Played two minutes...Had one rebound. Holy Cross (12/7): Went 2-for-4 from the floor and 1-for-2 from the free throw line to score five points...Pulled down one rebound...Dished out one assist...Played 11 minutes. Pittsburgh (12/10): Scored a layup in three minutes of play. Iona (12/20): Played three minutes...Had one rebound. Indiana (12/28): Played three minutes and had two steals. Iowa (1/3): Played one minute in the fourth quarter. at Purdue (1/7): Played two minutes. at No. 3 Maryland (1/11): Saw two minutes of action...Posted one rebound. Wisconsin (1/16): Played seven minutes...Hit her first career 3-pointer to account for her only points...Grabbed one rebound. Nebraska (1/19): Saw five minutes...Swiped one steal. at Indiana (1/23): Played one minute. Illinois (1/29): Scored three points on a jump shot and one free throw...Grabbed two rebounds...Added one steal...Played seven minutes. at Illinois (2/14): Played six minutes...Scored three points...Corralled three rebounds...Accounted for the lone block of the night for the Lady Lions. at Michigan State (2/22): Played five minutes. Michigan (2/26): Saw four minutes of action...Added two rebounds. vs. Minnesota (3/2): Played three minutes...Pulled down one rebound. Ohio (3/17): Posted the first double-digit scoring game of her career with 10 points...Shot 4-for-5 from the field and 2-for-2 from the free throw line...Added two rebounds and one steal. Fordham (3/19): Was 1-for-1 from the field and 2-for-2 from the charity stripe for four points...Added one rebound and two steals. Virginia Tech (3/23): Shot 1-for-2 both from the field and the free throw line to total three points...Also added two steals and one assist in 19 minutes.
Lettered all four years at Renaissance High School for head coach Kiwan Ward...Selected team captain twice and team MVP on three occasions...Scored 1,217 points in her high school career with 305 steals and 230 assists...Named a finalist for Michigan Miss Basketball as a senior...Garnered first team All-State honors as a junior and senior...Earned first team All-City during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons...Also earned second team All-State honors as a sophomore...As a senior, averaged 20.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.5 steals per game on her way to earning the Detroit Public School League Player of the Year honor...As a junior, averaged 20 points, eight steals and seven assists...Played AAU ball for Michigan Crossover.
Full name is Siyeh Latrice Frazier...Daughter of Qiana Gaddie and Spencer Frazier...Has one younger brother, Spencer Jr., and one younger sister, Mackenzie...Her father, Spencer, played one season of basketball at Wayne State University...Intended major is health & human development...Born May 21, 1998 in Detroit, Michigan.