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NAME: Cameron Frazier
SCHOOL: St. Xavier High School
SPORT(S): Golf
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Back-to-back Ohio team champions, individual state Co-Champ
BIRTHDATE: 6/1/2000
HEIGHT: 5'8"- 155 lbs.
PARENTS: Jim & Cynthia
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Grandpa Bill Koehler

A senior all-star golfer and four-year varsity starter, Cameron Frazier returned this season following a super junior campaign when he was co-medalist at the Ohio Division I state tournament with a 1-under 71 to help the Bombers win a second straight Ohio state team championship. It was the Bombers' fifth over all state golf title and Cameron was the first individual state golf champ in school history.

His junior season, Cameron averaged 73.24 for 18 holes, setting a single season school record.

Cameron was GCL South Golfer of the Year for the 2nd time, the Enquirer's Cincinnati Golfer of the Year and the SWO District Golfer of the Year. He was also Golfer of the Year.

Cameron is a super student with a 4.0 GPA who is active in community service. He will play golf collegiately at the University of Wisconsin.

His favorite athlete is Tiger Woods, favorite entertainer is Adam Sandler, favorite book is Hunger Games, favorite movie is Happy Gilmore and most like to meet is Jordan Speith.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Cameron is a remarkably grounded, mature, and extremely humble kind young man who possesses an inner drive and competitive spirit which in combination with his talents and intelligence makes him very successful at all aspects of life."
— Alex Kepley, Golf Coach

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