Jeff Fraley
Jeff Fraley
Height: 5-9
Weight: 150
Year: So.
Hometown: St. Robert, Mo.
High School: Waynesville HS
Position: Sprints

2011-2012: Indoor:Rewriting the record books as a true freshman, Fraley wasted little time establishing himself among the elite in Lions track and field history ... An All-American in the 200m, Fraley took 8th at the NCAA Championships in a time of 22.08 ... Won the 200m at the MIAA Championships where he ran a 21.69, breaking the 200m indoor school record in the process...Took 3rd in the 60m at the MIAA Championships, where he broke his own school record in the preliminaries in a time of 6.76 ... Set the school record in the 60m in a time of 6.8 in the fastest prelim time at the UCM Classic ...... Outdoor: Transitioning easily to the outdoor season, Fraley earned his second career All-American honor at the NCAA Championships, where he placed 7th in the 200m in a time of 20.92 ... Set the school record in the 100m in a time of 10.30, besting the previous mark of 10.35 set by future NFL receiver James Thrash in , in the prelims of the MIAA Championships ...went on to claim the 100m and 200m titles at the MIAA Championships where he ran times of 10.41 and 20.92 respectively ...

Prior to Southern: Fraley was a three-year letter winner for coach Jerry Guffey at Waynesville HS ... An All-Conference and All-District pick, Fraley also was an All-State honoree for the Tigers ... The son of Chuck and Vickie Fraley, Jeff plans to major in physical therapy at Southern.