Nolan Frazier

Fairfield, Calif.

High School:
Fairfield HS '06



Civil Engineering

2010: Placed 8th in 400 hurdles (53.05) at Big West Conference Championships... Fastest time of 52.71, set at Sac State Open, moved him into 9th in school history... Also placed 10th in 110 hurdles at league meet, posting season-best 14.89... First broke 15-second barrier at Brutus Hamilton (14.92)... Member of Aggies' 6th-place 4x400 relay at conference (3:18.22)... Ran open 400 at both indoor meets in Washington, going 51.65 at UW Invitational.

2009: Competed in 400 hurdles in 11 meets, including season-best 53.88 at Cal's Brutus Hamilton Invite... Placed 7th (54.48) at Big West Conference final after going 54.11 in prelim heat... Ran third leg of 4x400 relay at Cal-Nevada state championships, taking 2nd (3:11.87)... Posted indoor 400 times of 50.67 and 51.14 at Washington Invite and Husky Invite, respectively... Member of indoor 4x400 squad (3:17.75) at Husky.

2008: Placed 8th in 400 hurdles (54.18), 18th in 110 hurdles (15.57) at Big West Conference meet... Season-best marks in each were 54.12 (UCLA) and 15.19 (Aggie Twilight)... Also member of 5th-place 4x100 relay at conference (41.36).

2007: Appeared in two meets, posting season-best marks in both hurdles events at Stanford Quadrangular... Went 15.02 in 110 hurdles, 55.20 in 400 hurdles... Also went 15.45 and 56.26 in Aggie Open... Injured early in season, granted medical hardship year.

FAIRFIELD HS '06: Won Sac-Joaquin Section title in 110 hurdles at 14.80... Also placed 3rd in section in 300 hurdles (39.87)... Advanced to state championships in high hurdles, finishing 15th (14.86)... Served as team captain as a senior... Best 110 hurdles was 14.61... As a junior, took 7th in 300 hurdles, 4th in 110 hurdles at CIF-SJS meet... Qualified for USATF National Junior Olympics in 400 hurdles in 2005.

PERSONAL: Born in Vallejo, Calif.... Majoring in civil engineering... Parents are George & Greta Frazier... Both parents were multi-sport athletes... Older brother, Bryan, attended Sacramento State.