UNC Men's Basketball Bio
4 Bobby Frasor
Frasor Frasor 866894



Started 38 of 71 games as a Tar Heel • Has more assists than turnovers in 48 games • Has 207 assists and 106 turnovers • Made the ACC All-Freshman Team in 2005-06 when he started every game at the point for UNC • Scored a career-high 17 points in a home win over NC State as a freshman.
Cleared by doctors for on-court action in early July 2008 • Expected to be fully healthy in time for the start of practice in October 2008.

Carolina's defensive player of the game five times in the first 12 games of the season • Tore his left anterior cruciate ligament while going for a steal midway through the second half of the December 27 win over Nevada • Was UNC's defensive player of the game and had five points, an assist, a block and two steals against Nevada • Underwent reconstructive surgery on his left knee on Jan. 14, 2008 • Won the team's scholar-athlete award for 2007-08. Averaged 16.3 minutes a game • Saw action at both guard positions • Was 9 for 30 from three-point range • Had 25 assists and 10 turnovers, an outstanding assist-error ratio of 2.5 to 1.

Game Highlights
Had five points and four assists in win over Davidson • Hit two three-pointers and scored six points and had two assists and no turnovers in 14 minutes against SC State • That was the first time he hit two threes in a game since the Ohio State win in November 2006 • Had four assists and no turnovers in 11 minutes against ODU • Played 29 minutes against BYU, his longest stint since he played 30 against George Mason in the final game of the 2005-06 season • Had two assists and was Carolina's defensive player of the game as helped the Tar Heels hold BYU to 40.3 percent shooting from the floor • Started at Ohio State for the first time since the fifth game of his sophomore season • Did not score, but had five rebounds, three assists, a block and a steal in 66-55 win over the Buckeyes • Scored a season-high nine points on three three-pointers and added two assists and three steals at Kentucky • Matched his career high with three from beyond the arc (Gonzaga in 2006) • Back-to-back threes 32 seconds apart gave Carolina an 18-point lead in the second half • Had three assists and was Carolina's defensive player of the game at Penn.

Had 46 assists and 21 turnovers • Played in 28 games • Had more assists than turnovers in 15 games • Averaged 17.4 minutes in the first seven games and 7.7 minutes in 21 games after injuring his foot • Attempted only eight free throws all year • Missed 10 games in two different stretches due to an injured right foot • Started at the point in the first five games through the Preseason NIT, came off the bench against Ohio State and Kentucky, then sat out six games due to a sore right foot and bruised hip • Had a season-high five assists against Winthrop • Hit a career-high three three-point field goals vs. Gonzaga • Hit two three-pointers and had three assists and no turnovers in 18 minutes against Ohio State • Played seven minutes against Penn on Jan. 3, his first action since the Kentucky game on Dec. 2 • Came off the bench to hit a three-pointer and another long jumper from the wing to cut Penn's 10-point lead in half • Re-injured his right foot on a drive to the basket in the final minute of the first half in the loss at Virginia Tech on Jan. 13 • Sat out the second half of that game plus the next four games • Returned to action against Miami on Jan. 31 when he played nine minutes and had two assists and two turnovers against the Canes • Key contributor in win at Duke • Had two steals, an assist and no turnovers in 12 minutes, his longest stint since the Kentucky game on December 2 • Was on the floor as the Tar Heels came from nine points down to within two points • Had a steal and lay-up in that span, his first field goal since the Florida State game on Jan. 7 • Had four assists, his best showing since he had four and five assists in the first two games of the season, and three points in win over NC State • Had five points, three assists, no turnovers and two steals in 14 minutes at Maryland • Highest scoring output in an ACC game this year • At Georgia Tech, he started for the first time since the Tennessee game on Nov. 24 • Scored three points and had one assist in nine minutes • Had three points and two assists in 86-72 win over Duke • Fast break assist to Hansbrough for three-point play gave UNC a 53-48 lead after Duke pulled within two points midway through the second half • Had five points against Boston College in the ACC Tournament semifinals • Hit both of his three-point attempts.

One of two Tar Heels (with Tyler Hansbrough) on the 2006 ACC All-Freshman Team • Third Tar Heel point guard to make the ACC Freshman Team (Ed Cota in 1997 and Raymond Felton in 2003) • Fourth in the ACC in assists with 4.4 per game and fourth in assist-error ratio • Started all 31 contests at the point • Averaged one turnover every 11.4 minutes of action • Had more assists than turnovers in 24 games (and in nine of the last 11 contests) • Made 34 for 44 from the free throw line (77.3 percent) • Scored in double figures seven times with a high of 17 vs. NC State • Had a season-high 12 assists vs. Saint Louis.

Game Highlights
November: Had seven points and only two turnovers in 33 minutes against All-America Dee Brown in the 68-64 loss to Illinois • Helped limit Brown to three assists, five turnovers and 0 for 6 from three-point-range.
December: Had nine points, two assists and two turnovers in the win at Kentucky • Scored seven of his nine points in the second half (hit a long three-pointer, a flying drive across the lane and two key free throws with 28 seconds to play) • Handed out 12 assists against just two turnovers and was UNC's defensive player of the game in win over Saint Louis • The 12 assists equaled the third-most ever by a Tar Heel freshman and were the second-most by an ACC player in 2005-06 • Had a season-high seven turnovers in the loss at USC.
January: Scored a season-high 17 points, 15 of which came in the second half, and had four assists in the win over No. 12 NC State • Made 6 of 9 from the floor and 4 of 6 from the free throw line • Came into the game with only seven free throw attempts in the first 10 games • Scored nine consecutive UNC points over a span of four-plus minutes that left the Tar Heels with a 69-65 lead with 3:41 to play • Hit a three from the corner with 5:36 left after NC State cut a seven-point UNC lead to two • Had a key offensive rebound with less than a minute to play in win at Virginia Tech • Scored five points and had nine assists without any turnovers in win over Arizona • Hit 25-foot three-pointer just before the half to give UNC an eight-point lead • Was his second turnover-free game of the year • Singled out by Roy Williams for his outstanding defense, especially in helping to hold Hassan Adams to 12 points, 7.9 below his average.
February: Hit a three-pointer from the corner with 1:54 to play to help clinch the win at Maryland • Had 16 points (second-highest total of year) and three steals, but had four turnovers and no assists (first time in 2005-06) in win over Clemson • Season-high 7 for 8 from the free throw line • Had 13 points, two assists and no turnovers in the win at Miami • Was third straight game scoring in double figures • Scored 10 points in the final 10:29, including seven points in the final 5:13 • Three-pointer broke 56-all tie and sparked 13-2 Tar Heel run • Hit driving lay-up after Miami pulled within five and had back-to-back short jumpers around the 2:00 mark to seal the win • Had eight assists (ACC season high) and two steals in win over Georgia Tech • Matched his season-high with five rebounds and added five points, two assists and five turnovers in win at Wake Forest • Steal and dunk (first of season) was part of comeback from nine points down in second half • Was Carolina's defensive player of the game • Did not score, but had six assists and only two turnovers in win at NC State • Carolina had 24 assists and six turnovers, its fewest in 300 games dating back to 1997 • Carolina's defensive player of the game in the 81-57 win over Maryland on Feb. 26 as the Tar Heels held the Terps to less than 30 percent shooting in both halves • Had six points on two three-pointers with four assists, one turnover and three steals.
March: Had 10 points, five assists and two steals in win at No. 1 Duke • Hit a pair of second-half three-pointers, then converted both ends of a 1-and-1 with 24 seconds to play after Duke cut an 11-point lead down to just three • Scored nine points, all in the second half, in Carolina's 69-65 win over Murray State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • Hit a three-pointer from the right corner with 2:43 to play to give UNC a 65-61 lead.

Chicago Catholic League Player of the Year • Played at Brother Rice High School in Chicago and was coached by Pat Richardson • Earned McDonald's All-America and EA Sports All-America honors • Three-time all-conference and two-time all-state • Led Brother Rice to Elite Eight (Class AA quarterfinals) and scored 16 in quarterfinal loss to eventual state champion Glenbrook North • Averaged 21 points, five rebounds and seven assists as a senior • Missed eight games as a senior due to injury • Averaged 12.9 points and five assists as a junior on a team that went 26-2 • National Honor Society member • Four-year member of "High Honors," students with 3.9 or higher grade point averages • His dad won 398 games in 27 years as coach at Eisenhower High School • Has three older sisters (Alison played volleyball at Northern Illinois, Lindsay played volleyball at Western Michigan, Jenna attended Illinois State) • Born Robert John Frasor on October 31, 1986 • Son of Bob and Donna Frasor • His cousin Jason Frasor pitches for the Toronto Blue Jays • Last name is pronounced FRAY-zer (rhymes with razor) • Majoring in communications.

Position: Guard
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 195
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Blue Island, IL
High School: Brother Rice
UNC North Carolina Men's Basketball

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