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Karissa Frazier
Karissa  Frazier

Class:
RS Freshman

Hometown:
Temecula, Calif.

High School:
Chaparral

Height:
5-8

Position:
P


05/13/2016

UIC Caps Season Following Pair of Tournament Losses

Flames conclude season with 33-18 record

05/11/2016

Top-Seeded Flames Set for Horizon League Championship

UIC to face winner of first-round game between No. 4 Green Bay and No. 5 Cleveland State

05/06/2016

Flames Move Into First with Doubleheader Sweep at Oakland

UIC sits in a tie for first place in the Horizon League standings with Wright State

05/05/2016

Flames Trek to Oakland for Final Regular-Season Series

UIC heads into final weekend positioned in second in the Horizon League with a 15-5 record

04/28/2016

Softball Closes Out Home Slate with Wright State

Top two teams in the Horizon League to square off in three-game series this weekend

10/13/2015

Karissa Frazier

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AS A REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN (2016):
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Made 19 appearances and received the second-most starts with 13 ... produced a 7-3 record with a 3.32 ERA in 78.0 innings ... tossed two complete games against Detroit (03/26) and Green Bay (04/19) ... shared one shutout against IPFW (03/18) with Bridget Boyle and Lindsay Melson ... held opponents to a .229 batting average ... produced UIC’s second-most strikeouts with 65 ... went a perfect 4-0 against conference opponents and earned a 3.03 ERA with 23 strikeouts in 30.00 innings ... matched her career high with seven strikeouts against Green Bay ... in appearances of four or more innings, earned one or no runs three times against Indiana State (02/19), Detroit and Oakland (05/06) ... posted a 2.62 ERA at the Total Control Sports Invitational (02/19-21) with eight strikeouts in 10.2 frames ... registered seven strikeouts in seven innings of work at the San Diego Classic (03/04-06) as she held opponents to a .167 batting average ... in the Oakland series (05/06-07), held the Golden Grizzlies to a .067 average

AS A FRESHMAN:
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Appeared in eight games and made five starts before sitting out the rest of the season due to injury ... combined for a 4-2 record with a 1.71 ERA in 41 innings pitched ... tossed three complete games against North Dakota (02/06), Santa Clara (02/21) and Rhode Island (02/27), all coming as wins with no earned runs ... registered a complete game shutout against Rhode Island and shared the shutout with Bridget Boyle against Miami Oh (02/07) ... additionally picked up her first-career save versus the Redhawks ... struck out 31 batters and held opponents to a .183 batting average ... had at least one strikeout in each game with a season-high seven against North Dakota ... named Horizon League Pitcher of the Week twice for Feb. 2-8, after tabbing a 0.82 ERA and 2-0 record with 14 strikeouts at the Total Control Sports Invitational, and again for Feb. 16-22, having combined for a 1.91 ERA and 1-1 mark at the SCU Bronco Classic

PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letterwinner at Chaparral (Calif.) ... awarded Athlete of Character and All Academic Team all four years ... led her team in strikeouts, innings pitched, ERA and appearances as a junior ... won every game pitched and was awarded MVP as a freshman and again as a senior ... achieved one no-hitter and an eighteen strikeout game her sophomore year ... part of Second Team All-League in 2013 ... Team Captain and member of First Team All-League and First Academic Team All-League as a senior ... born August 9, 1996 ... daughter of Terry and Kristi Frazier ... major is currently undeclared

CAREER BESTS
PO: 2 at Green Bay (04/19/16)
A: 4, twice, last vs. Eastern Kentucky (02/20/16)
IP: 7.0, five times, last at Green Bay (04/19/16)
H*: 0 vs. IPFW (03/18/16)
R*: 0, three times, last at Oakland (05/06/16)
ER*: 0, six times, last at Oakland (05/06/16)
SO: 7, twice, last at Green Bay (04/19/16)
BB*: 0 at Oakland (05/06/16)
* must have pitched four or more innings (or three in a five-inning win)

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