2010: Had an 8-2 career record in games he has started in during the month of November, December and January...experienced quarterback who started the first four games of the 2010 season and the final six games...was the starting quarterback for all five of UConn's regular season ending victories that led the team to the BCS...has been an efficient QB during that time throwing only three interceptions over the course of the five games...had touchdown passes vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) and Cincinnati (Nov. 27)...completed 18 of 29 passes in win against West Virginia (Oct. 29)...earned the Offensive Game Ball for the West Virginia game...had a season-high 205 yards of passing in season-opener at Michigan (Sept. 5)...transfered to Connecticut from Notre Dame following his freshman season in South Bend during 2006.
2009: Started the season as the starting quarterback for the Huskies but went down with a knee injury in the second game of the season vs. North Carolina...went back to the lineup against Rutgers (Oct. 31) when Cody Endres went down with a shoulder injury and started the final five games of the season...was 11 of 24 in the air for 127 yards with two TD and three interceptions in opening night win over Ohio (Sept. 5)...passed for 333 yards vs. Rutgers coming off the bench with three interceptions and a TD...threw just two interceptions in his final five games of the season...was 19 of 32 for 261 yards and a TD vs. Cincinnati (Oct. 15)...led team to win over his former school as he was 12 of 25 for 141 yards and one TD in double-overtime win vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 21)...was 20 of 30 for 225 yards and two TDs in regular season finale win vs. USF (Dec. 5)...earned the Offensive Game Ball for the win vs. USF.
2008: Started two games when Tyler Lorenzen suffered a broken foot in the Louisville game (Sept. 26), but then missed time himself with a head injury suffered at the end of the Rutgers game (Oct. 18) ... In the win against the Cardinals, came off the bench late in the first half to engineer a come-from-behind win ... Was eight-of-15 in the air for 90 yards, including his first collegiate TD pass ... Was his first appearance in a live football game since the fall of 2005 in high school after not playing at Notre Dame in 2006 and sitting out 2007 as a transfer at UConn ... Made his first career starts against North Carolina (Oct. 4) and Rutgers ... Was 24-of-44 in the air against the Tar Heels for 210 yards, but was hampered by three interceptions ... Following an off week, was 14-of-20 against the Scarlet Knights for 236 yards, including a 46-yard TD pass ... Also saw playing time in season finale against Pittsburgh (Dec. 6) and the International Bowl vs. Buffalo (Jan. 3.).
2007: Sat out the season after transferring from Notre Dame ... Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Akron (Sept. 29) and USF (Oct. 27) games.
High School: Selected for the U.S. Army All-American Game ... Named to the Elite 11 team and the Pennsylvania Platinum 33 squad ... As a junior, set a Pennsylvania state record by throwing for 3,674 yards, completing 285-of-440 passes and throwing for 27 touchdowns while rushing for 12 more scores ... Helped team to second place in state playoffs as a senior ... Named AP Pennsylvania Player of the Year for Class 3A in 2004 and was the first runner-up for Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year honors as a senior ... Team captain ... National Honor Roll student all four years at Mechanicsburg.
Personal: Zachary David Frazer ... Born on February 23, 1988 ... A social science-sport/leisure major.
ZACH FRASER'S CAREER HIGHS
Most Attempts: 46 vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09
Most Completions: 24 at North Carolina, 10/4/08
Most Passing Yards: 333 vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09
Most Interceptions: 3, 4x, last vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09
Most Passing Touchdowns: 2, 4x, last vs. Pittsburgh, 11/11/10
Longest Pass: 52 at Cincinnati, 11/7/09
Most Carries: 5, 2x, last at Ohio, 9/5/09
Most Yards: 4 vs. South Florida, 12/5/09
Longest Run: 7 yards, at Ohio, 9/5/09