MORGANTOWN — WVU middle Zach Frazier has been named certainly one of 16 finalists for the celebrated William V. Campbell Trophy.
Offered by the Nationwide Soccer Basis (NFF) and the School Soccer Corridor of Fame, the William V. Campbell Trophy is awarded to school soccer’s premier scholar-athlete in mixed educational success, soccer efficiency and exemplary management.
As certainly one of 16 finalists from a file pool of 201 semifinalists, Frazier will obtain an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship and might be in line for a $25,000 post-graduate scholarship if he’s chosen the winner. All 16 finalists will journey to the ARIA Resort & On line casino in Las Vegas for the 65th annual NFF Awards Dinner on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Frazier has established himself as one of many premier facilities in faculty soccer and is now in his third 12 months as WVU’s beginning middle and fourth total as a starter.
“He’s the best middle in faculty soccer proper now,” guard Brandon Yates stated earlier this season. “It comes along with his physique of labor. I you watch him play each snap, you recognize he’s a distinct form of man.”
Frazier is on tempo to graduate summa cum laude in December in sport administration. He at the moment has a 3.88 GPA and has been a two-time First Workforce Educational All-Large 12 choice.
On the sphere, Frazier has been acknowledged as a second-team All-American, a preseason All-American and has acquired All-Large 12 accolades thrice.
The Fairmont native is WVU’s eighth NFF Nationwide Scholar-Athlete.