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#12 Adam Frazier
Position: INF
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 174
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bishop, GA
High School: Oconee County HS
Experience: 2 Letters
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CAREER:
Preseason All-American and third-year starter in the Bulldog infield • Compiled a .344 career batting average in 102 games played (82 starts) and assisted with 61 double plays last two years • Two-time SEC Academic Honor Roll selection.

2012:
Lone Bulldog to start all 64 games in 2012, drawing 57 starts at shortstop and seven, including 2012 season-opener vs. Washington State (Feb. 17), at second base • Paced the team and ranked third in the SEC with a .371 batting average and 91 hits • MVP of the 2012 SEC Baseball Tournament and all-tournament team selection for both the SEC Baseball Tournament and the NCAA Tallahassee Regional • Led SEC with 227 assists, most by a Mississippi State shortstop • Raised his batting average nearly 100 points (.274 as freshman), hit safely in 53 of 64 games and registered a team-leading 30 multiple-hit games, including a career-best 4-for-5, two-double performance against Mississippi Valley State (May 8) • Drove in a career-best three runs in a 2-for-4 game against Penn State (Mar. 7) • Matched that personal-best with a 2-RBI game against Tennessee (Apr. 20) • Fashioned a career-best and team season-best 10-game hitting streak (May 12-June 1) and closed his sophomore season with hits in 11 of the final 12 games • Fielded at a .957 clip and assisted with 51 of MSU's school-record and SEC-leading 71 double plays • Hit .319 with 36 hits and a team-best .440 on-base percentage in 30 SEC starts • Hit .522 (12-for-23) with a .577 on-base percentage in six games at the SEC Tournament • Among 19 Bulldogs named to the 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • Member of the 2012 Baseball USA Collegiate National Team.

2011:
Saw playing time in 38 games and drew starts in 18 games • Hit .274 with 26 hits and 14 RBI in 95 at-bats  • Named to the 2011 Freshman All-SEC team • Drew 16 starts at second base and two more at shortstop with a .224 batting average as a starter • Made his collegiate debut against Lamar (Feb. 20) as a pinch-runner • First career hit was a game-tying two-run pinch-hit eighth-inning single in MSU's win at top-ranked Vanderbilt (Mar. 20) • Punctuated his first career start with a 3-for-5, 2-RBI game against Auburn (Mar. 26) • Matched that three-hit performance at South Alabama (May 3) • Finished the year with a four-game hitting streak, including a 4-for-7, .571 showing in three postseason games • Saw playing time in 22 SEC games, drawing 13 starts (12 at second base) and posting a .222 batting average • Posted a team-best .375 batting average against non-conference foes • Went 3-for-4 in three NCAA Tournament games • Posted a solid .974 fielding percentage with but three errors in 116 defensive chances and assisted with 10 double plays.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Four-year starting middle infielder and honorable mention Louisville Slugger High School All-American at Oconee County High School in Watkinsville, Ga. • Coached by Stan Fricks • First-team all-state and all-region selection after leading the OCHS Warriors to a 29-5 finish with a .524 batting average • Played shortstop primarily but also saw duty at second base • Paced the team with a school-record 66 hits, 39 RBI, 24 doubles and seven home runs • Team captain who recorded 11 stolen bases in 12 attempts and was named team MVP • Northeast Georgia and Region 8AAA Player of the Year • Set Georgia record with 53 career doubles • Earned all-state and all-region honors as a junior after hitting at a .510 clip with 51 hits, including a then-record 17 doubles and 20 stolen bases • Paced OCHS at the plate as a sophomore with a .447 batting average, 51 hits and 18 extra-base hits • Honorable mention all-state performer as a sophomore in 2008 and honored as the team's best hitter and Gold Glove Award winner • Three-time letter-winner in basketball, setting the school scoring record for freshmen with a 29-point game • A-B Honor Roll student and a member of the OCHS chapter the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the DECA Club • Played summer league baseball in 2010 with the Florida Bombers.

PERSONAL:
Born Adam Timothy Frazier on December 14, 1991 in Athens, Ga. • Son of Danielle and Tim Frazier of Bishop, Ga. • Majoring in kinesiology.


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