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Frazier Becomes Lady Cardinal Golf’s First All-American Scholar

By Staff | Jul 15, 2015

After making her third trip to the NCAA Division II National Championships two months ago, Wheeling Jesuit’s Kasey Frazier earned Women’s Collegiate Golf All-American Scholar honors for the first time in program history.

In the 12 years of the program, Frazier is the first WJU women’s golf to receive the prestigious All-American Scholar honor.

The Women’s Golf Coaches Association announced a total of 758 women’s collegiate golfers on Monday. The selection criteria to the All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all of college athletics. The minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.

Frazier from Galloway, N.J., won the Mountain East Conference Golfer of the Year in each of the past two seasons. She also won the East Regional as a freshman, was sixth her second year and finished 13th this spring. Kasey captured 24th at the 2013 NCAA National Championships and 52nd as a sophomore.

The incoming senior is the daughter of Rita and Charles Frazier. She is majoring in elementary and special education on the Wheeling Jesuit campus.