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Former UNC basketball guard Bobby Frasor announced over the weekend that he would be stepping down from his position as the head coach of Brother Rice (IL) high school.
Frasor was brought back to his alma mater in 2015 after starring at Brother Rice from 2001-05. He earned McDonald’s All-American honors as a senior.
In his seven seasons as head coach, Frasor combined for an overall record of 143-56 and won two regional titles. This past season, Brother Rice finished 24-7 overall.
Both of Frasor’s regional titles came within the first three seasons. He had turned around a program that was just 26-32 in the two years before he was hired.
“I obviously loved my time at Brother Rice and had an unbelievable seven years at the school and with the kids I had there,” Frasor said. “It was a fun, fun ride. But ultimately I have to do what’s best for myself and future family. Other opportunities presented themselves and I just had to make the change at this time.”
Frasor won at least 19 games every season expect for the 2020-21 year which was shortened due to Covid. He led Brother Rice to a 13-1 record that season. There were four seasons of at least 20 wins.
Frasor played four years at UNC and was part of the 2009 National Championship team. He later played two seasons overseas before returning to UNC as a video coordinator. He also served as the Director of Operations at UAB before taking the Brother Rice job.
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