John Fraase was named to the West All-Region Team. He was one of only two MIAC players to earn the award.
Fraase Earns All-Region Honor!

Courtesy of, Release: March 18, 2010

Complete West All-Region Team

MOORHEAD, Minn. (3/18/10)-- Concordia junior John Fraase (Bismarck, N.D./Century HS) was named to the West All-Region Team. Fraase earned All-Region Second Team honors and was the only player from the MIAC to be named to the All-Region First or Second Teams.

The award comes two weeks after Fraase was named to the MIAC All-Conference Team for the second straight season. It is the first time Fraase has earned All-Region honors.

Fraase finished the season by averaging 12.9 points and 10.4 rebounds in the team's 25 games. He led the team in rebounding and was second in scoring. It was the second consecutive year Fraase averaged more than 10 points and 10 rebounds for the entire season. He was 22nd in the nation in rebounding in 2009-10.

Fraase finished the year with 13 doubles and now has 28 for his career. He finished the season five consecutive double-doubles. Fraase had a season-high 25 points against St. Mary's in the second-to-last game of the season and scored at least 10 points in 18 games. His top rebound total of the year came against Bethel when he pulled down 18 boards. All told, Fraase had 15 games where he finished in double digits in rebounds.

In conference play Fraase led the league in rebounding for the second straight year. Fraase averaged 10.5 rebounds in the team's 20 conference games. He had 11 double-doubles against MIAC opponents and now has 24 double-doubles in the past two seasons. That mark is a Cobber record.

Overall in MIAC play Fraase averaged 12.7 points, 10.5 rebounds, 2.35 assists and 1.10 assists. He led the team in all four categories and was in the top 17 of the conference in all four as well. He becomes the first player in the MIAC to average in double digits in points and rebounds in back-to-back seasons since Isaac Rosefelt of St. Thomas turned the trick in 2005-06 and 2006-07. He is also only the sixth player in conference to achieve that goal in recorded history.