Congratulations to Bobby Frasor ’05 on being inducted into the Chicago Catholic League Hall of Fame!

The Blue Island native attended St. Benedict school before attending Brother Rice High School. While at Brother Rice, Frasor played three years of varsity basketball, winning two sectional championships and one Super-Sectional. Frasor began to stand out as a junior when he averaged twelve points and five assists on a team that finished the season 26–2. The following year, Frasor’s senior season, he averaged 21 points, five rebounds, and seven assists and was named the Chicago Catholic League Player of the Year. In his total time at Brother Rice, he earned all-conference honors three times and earned all-state honors twice. Before making the bridge from his high school career to his college career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Frasor earned McDonald’s All-American honors and EA Sports All-American honors. Frasor was also the Tony Lawless recipient as a senior, and he still holds the record for career assists at Brother Rice.

After high school, he attended the University of North Carolina (UNC) to play for legendary coach Roy Williams. Frasor’s graduating class is the winningest class in UNC history. They won three ACC Regular Season Championships, two ACC Tournaments, played in two Final Fours, and won the NCAA Championship in 2009. He played professionally in Europe for two seasons after college. Bobby then jumped into the coaching profession, spending three seasons at the collegiate level before moving back to Chicago to take over at Brother Rice. He just completed his 7th season at Brother Rice and has won two Catholic League Championships and two regional championships.