27 Stephen Fraser
Stephen Fraser

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Tucson, Ariz.

High School:
Sabino (USMAPS)

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 190

Position:
RB

Experience:
3VL



07/02/2014

Getting to Know: Stephen Fraser

04/12/2014

Army Holds Second Spring Scrimmage

Offense Scores Two Touchdowns, One Field Goal

09/02/2013

Army Game Notes: The Ball State Game

Black Knights Travel To Muncie, Ind., Saturday

03/08/2013

Offense Wins Spring Finale Over Defense

Army Scores Four Times In Green Zone

03/07/2013

Spring Practice Recap: One Day More

Army Holds Final Tune-Up Before Friday's Black & Gold Game

09/14/2013

Army vs. #5/4 Stanford

Sept. 14, 2013 | West Point, N.Y. | Michie Stadium

09/14/2013

No. 5 Stanford vs. Army

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09/15/2012

Army vs. Northern Illinois - Sept. 15, 2012

Army vs. Northern Illinois - Sept. 15, 2012

2013: Appeared in 12 games, all in a reserve role ... rushed nine times for 26 yards ... averaged 2.9 yards per carry ... long run of 14 yards ... matched his career-high with five rushes against #5 Stanford ... gained 17 yards ... long run of 14 yards opposite the Cardinal ... returned two kickoffs for 30 yards at Ball State ... long return of 20 yards against the Cardinals ... rushed twice for eight yards at Boston College ... carried once for a yard at Air Force ... stopped for no gain in lone carry against Wake Forest ... also drew action against Morgan State, Louisiana Tech, Eastern Michigan, Temple, Western Kentucky, Hawai'i and Navy and did not figure statistically.
2012: Played in all 12 games ... rushed 10 times for 40 yards ... caught two passes for 40 yards ... ran averaged 20.8 yards on 12 kickoff returns ... layed in the San Diego State game, drawing time in the offensive backfield and returning kicks ... returned three kickoffs for 61 yards, including a long return of 25 yards, against Northern Illinois ... also carried the ball twice for 10 yards versus the Huskies ... matched career high with three kickoff returns at Wake Forest ... long return of 37 yards established career best ... also rushed the ball twice for six yards against the Demon Deacons ... equaled career best with three kickoff returns versus Stony Brook ... averaged 19.7 yards per return ... returned one kickoff 22 yards in the Boston College game ... also carried the ball once for nine yards ... posted first career reception against Kent State ... hauled in one pass for 24 yards against the Golden Flashes ... also returned one kickoff for 19 yards in the contest ... caught one pass for 16 yards against Ball State ... carried the ball three times for 14 yards at Rutgers ... long rush went for a season best 14 yards.

2011: Played in six games, starting twice ... rushed 14 times for 77 yards ... made collegiate debut in the win over Tulane ... threw key block on Army's final touchdown run ... recorded first career rushing statistics against Fordham ... rushed for 29 yards on five carries ... long rush of 17 yards is a career best ... made first career start versus Rutgers ... rushed for 13 yards on three carries opposite the Scarlet Knights ... started his second straight game at Temple ... rushed for a career-high 35 yards on a career-best six carries versus the Owls ... averaged 5.8 yards per rush.

High School: Lettered twice as running back at Sabino High School ... captained team during senior season ... named first-team all-state ... first-team all-region selection after final season ... second-team all-region as a junior ... earned second-team All-Southern Arizona accolades ... ran for 1,472 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior ... averaged 8.2 yards per carry ... posted eight 100-yard games in final scholastic season ... ran for 1,550 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior ... ran for 315 yards in one game during 2008 season.

Personal: Given name is Stephen Joseph Fraser ... mother's name is Consuelo Fraser ... majoring in Information Technology.

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