Wheaton College (Ill.) Hannah Frazier named Second Team All-American by D3hoops.com

Wheaton College junior Hannah Frazier has been named a 2018-19 Second Team All-American by D3News. Today's recognition joins her selection as a First Team All-American by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and D3hoops.com earlier this week. Frazier was named the Central Region Player of the Year and First Team All-Region by D3hoops.com last week.

She was named the CCIW's "2019 Lori Kerans Most Outstanding Player" last month. Frazier led the CCIW with 20.0 points per game this season, shooting 49.8% (199-of-400) from the field. She averaged 7.4 rebounds and 3.18 blocked shots per game. Frazier is second in Division III in blocked shots this year with 89 total blocked shots. Her school single-season record 559 points ranks eighth in Division III this year and she is 16th in Division III in points per game. The junior is 13th in the country in field goals made with 199.

In two years with the Thunder Frazier is second in program history with a scoring average of 17.5 points per game. Her 84.6 (219-259) career free throw percentage is second in the Wheaton record books. She is seventh in team history with 134 career blocked shots and her 963 career points is 22nd.

Wheaton College sponsors 21 varsity sports, and Thunder teams compete at the NCAA Division III level. The Thunder Athletics program has won five NCAA Division III Championships since 1984, and Wheaton student-athletes have won 31 Division III individual National Championships all-time. For more information, visit athletics.wheaton.edu.

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