22 - Morgan Frame
Morgan Frame
Height: 6-1
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Waterville, Maine
High School: Waterville Senior
Position: F

CAREER HIGHS
Points.................................35 at Wagner (12/21/11)
Rebounds...........................12 (five times)
Assists.................................6 at Albany (03/10/13)
Free throws.....................7 at Binghamton (01/26/13)
3-pointers.............................0
Steals..................................4 vs. Maine (2/22/12)
Blocks.................................3 at Vermont (01/14/12)

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

•   America East Academic Honor Roll (2013)
• America East All-Conference Second Team (2012 & 2013)
• America East Preseason All-Conference Team (2012-13)
• America East Player of the Week (12/26/11 ... 01/30/12 ... 01/14/13)

2012-13 Season | Stats | Photos
• Only Wildcat to start all 30 games
• Team leader in rebounding (7.0 rpg) and steals (30), as well as field goals made (127) and attempted (308), free throws made (71) and attempted (108)
• Second in minutes played (841)
• Third in minutes per game (28.0) and assists (42)
• In the America East conference, ranked fifth in rebounding and eighth in scoring
• In 16 conference games, averaged 11.1 ppg and 7.1 rpg
• Was the team’s top rebounder 12 times
• Led team in scoring seven times and in steals eight times
• 18 double-digit scoring games, including a season-high 23 at Binghamton (01/26) on 8-14 FGs and 7-8 FTs
• Three double-doubles
• Recorded 12 points and 11 rebounds in the America East quarterfinal against Stony Brook (03/08)
• Matched her career high of 12 rebounds against both UMBC (01/09) and Maine (01/29)
• Double-digit rebounds at Colgate (10; 12/29) and in the quarterfinal vs. SBU (11)
• Scored 20 points vs. UMBC (01/09) on 8-11 FGs and 4-6 FTs
• Career-high six assists in the America East semifinal game at Albany
• Tallied four assists three consecutive games – at Hartford (01/23), at Binghamton (01/26) and Maine (01/29)
• Season-high three steals four times, including the America East quarterfinal vs. Stony Brook
• Recorded 16 points, eight rebounds and two assists Senior Night vs. Albany (02/27)

2011-12 SEASON | Stats
• Started 20 of 22 games played (after sitting out the Fall semester due to NCAA transfer rules)
• Led the team in scoring (16.0 ppg), field goal percentage (.443) and free throws attempted (141)
• Ranked second in rebounding (7.5 rpg), field goals attempted (300) and made (133), and FT made (87)
• Ranked third in minutes per game (31.0)
• Started all 16 America East conference games with averages of 14.7 ppg and 7.1 rpg
• In conference-only statistics, tied for second in scoring; 10th in FG%; 11th in rebounding
• Scored in double digits in 19 of 22 games and eclipsed 20 points five times
• Led the team in scoring 12 times and in rebounding nine times; led in both statistics seven times
• Seven double-doubles, including each of her first two games
• Career-high 35 points – three less than the school record – in her second game as a Wildcat (a 73-72 overtime win at Wagner); made 15 of 26 field goal attempts in 41 minutes; it was the highest point total by an America East player in 2011-12
• Recorded 15 pts, 10 rebounds, two steals and one block –and played 29 minutes – in her UNH debut at Rhode Island (12/18)
• Scored 21 points (9 of 13 FGs) with six rebounds in the America East quarterfinal vs. UMBC (03/02)
• Averaged 25.0 ppg with a .704 field goal percentage (19-for-27) in two games vs. UMBC
• Scored 18 points on an efficient 6-for-8 effort from both the floor and foul line in 20 minutes at Stony Brook (02/18)
• Made all seven free throw attempts in a 23-point effort at UMBC (01/02)
• Career-high 12 rebounds three times (12/21 at Wagner; 01/14 at Vermont; 02/01 at Hartford)
• Averaged 14.0 ppg at home (seven games), 16.7 ppg on the road (12 games) and 20.5 ppg at neutral sites (two games)

2010-11 SEASON
• Sat out the second half of the season due to NCAA transfer regulations

BEFORE UNH
• Before transferring to UNH, Frame played 20 games, including three starts, for St. Anselm College as a freshman in 2009-10 and nine games (one start) as a sophomore in 2010-11
• Averaged 6.1 points and 5.0 rebounds per game with a .463 shooting percentage (50-108) from the floor as a freshman
• Recorded an impressive .541 field goal percentage (20-37) as a sophomore
• Was a 1,000-point scorer at Waterville Senior High School, where she lettered in basketball, soccer, cross country and track and field
• Gatorade Player of The Year in Maine and Miss Maine Basketball as a senior
• Portland Herald Player of the Year during her junior and senior seasons
• Bangor Daily Tournament MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior

YEARGPGSFGFGAPCT3FG3FGAPCTFTFTAPCTORebDRebREBAVGPFASSTTOBLKSTLPTSAVG
2009-1020350108.46300--2242.5244554995.0361845671226.1
2010-11912037.54100--1125.4401118293.21891822515.7
2011-122220133300.44301.00087141.61769951647.557287292135316.0
Total5124203445.45601.000120208.5771252672925.711155135173052610.3
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