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Karim Frazier
Karim Frazier
Height: 5-10
Weight: 170
Year: Sr
Hometown: Norfolk, VA
High School: Lake Taylor
Position: Pole Vault/Mid Sprints
Major: Biology and Chemistry

2017 ODAC Outdoor Pole Vault Third-Place
2017 ODAC Indoor Pole Vault Third-Place
2016 ODAC Indoor Pole Vault Third-Place

TFRRS Statistics

2018-2019: (Indoor) - Set the school record in the pole vault at the ODAC Indoor Championships with a height of 4.10m...posted a season-best 200 meter time of 23.96 seconds at the Wake Forest Invite...ran a 300 meter time of 36.90 seconds at the Bast-Cregger Invite...ran a leg on the school record setting Distance Medley Relay team, which posted a time of 11:27.27 at the ODAC Indoor Championships. (Outdoor) - Ran a leg on the school record setting 4x100 meter relay team, which posted a time of 43.97 seconds at the Phoenix Invite...best marks in the 200 meter (22.65), 100 meter (11.52) and pole vault (3.98m) came at the WildCat Invite. 

2017-2018: (Indoor) - Posted a 10'11.75" length in pole vault at Bast-Cregger Invitational. (Outdoor) - Best performance came at ODAC Outdoor Championships as he posted a 13' 2.25" measure to come in third place .. also ran in the 200 meters and put up a 23.83 time at Fred Hardy Invitational ... participated in the 400 meters at WildCat Invitational and came in eighth in 53.14.

2016-2017: (Indoor) – Competed in several events throughout the season…did the short sprints as well as the pole vault…got better throughout the season in the 200-meter race…earned a point with a season-best of 23.37 and an eighth-place finish at the ODAC Championships…posted his best in the 60-meter dash of 7.41 at the Finn Pincus Invitational…was outstanding in the pole vault at ODACs once again…earned another bronze, clearing 13’1.5”. (Outdoor) – Competed in several events throughout the season…ran in short sprints, relays, and in the pole vault…set a career-best in the 100-meter dash of 11.83, running into a strong headwind at the Doc Jopson Invite…set a career-best and school-record of 22.63 in the 200-meter dash at the Dr. Jack M. Toms Invitational…helped the 4x100-meter and 4x400-meter relay teams finish sixth at the ODAC Championships, helping the team win three points in each…also picked up another bronze medal in the pole vault…cleared 12’9.5” at the ODACs which was a season-best.

2016: (Indoor) – Did everything for the WildCats in his first year…ran mid-distance sprints and pole vaulted, while also being a part of the 4x400 meter relay team that earned points at the ODAC Indoor Championships…rand the 200 and the 400…best marks came at the ODAC Championships…200 time of 23:06 gave him fourth and points…400 time of 52.34 had him just miss out on points…set school record in pole vault with 13’3.75” clearance and first medal for him (bronze). (Outdoor) – Continued to succeed in his first year…only finished outside the top-10 in one event all season…won the 400 at the WildCat Invitational…set a career-best of 50.52 in the ODAC 400 Prelims…earned points with eighth-place finish in final…came in sixth in pole vault, earning more points…also set a best in the 200 prelims of ODACs with a time of 22.68…earned points in finals with eighth-place finish…set school records with both career-bests…will look to continue set new records.

Previous: Had a stellar track and field career for Lake Taylor High School...was the district champion in pole vault in 2014 and 2015 at both the indoor and outdoor meets...was the outdoor regional champion in the pole vault in 2015...qualified in the 400 for districts, regionals, and states during his last two years as a Titan...in his last year as a Titan, he qualified in the 200 for districts, regionals, and states.

Personal: Son of Niki Gilbert...is the oldest of four siblings...was a National Honor Society Vice President in high school...Secretary of the DECA as a junior...in 2013 received the YMCA Community Service Award...minoring in sports medicine.