2017: Made 13 starts and appeared in all 16 games...Totaled six goals, five assists, 15 ground balls, five draw controls, and seven caused turnovers on the year...Led the Blue Hose with a season-high two goals and added an assist and two ground balls against Winthrop (4/12)...Picked up a season-high three ground balls and set a career high with two caused turnovers against Saint Francis (Pa.) (2/26).
2016: Played in all 18 games, making 15 starts ... Netted 13 goals, fifth best on the team ... Scored four goals against Delaware State (2/13) and two against Army (3/14) ... Recorded two assists ... Tallied 10 shots against Delaware State ... Totaled 23 ground balls and five caused turnovers.
2015: Appeared in all 17 games, starting in eight ... Third on the team and second in her freshman class in goals (16) and points (20) ... Also dished out four assists ... Notched her first career goal against Furman (2/18) ... Scored a goal on Spring Break against Stetson (3/6) ... Recorded her first multi-goal game in the 18-5 win against Gardner-Webb (3/12) ... Led PC in the 15-14 win against Mercer with three goals and one assist (3/20) ... Scored another three goals in the same weekend against Jacksonville (3/22) ... Notched single goals against Delaware State, High Point, Longwood, and Liberty ... Registered two goals against Gardner-Webb (4/24) ... Named Big South Freshman of the Week on March 23 for scoring two hat tricks in consecutive games for the Blue Hose ... Ranked second on the team in draw controls (23).
High School: Helped her team win the 2012 State Championship ... Was the 2012 and 2013 MVP Attacker of the Year ... Was named the 2014 South Carolina Attacker of the Year ... Named to 2013 and 2014 First Team All-State ... Was a 2014 All-American ... Scored 156 career goals, averaging three goals per game ... Notched 97 career assists, 253 points, and 183 ground balls.
Personal: Daughter of Nancy and Russ Frase ... Credits her first high school coach, Nicol Morris, as her biggest athletic influence ... Major is undeclared.