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Frazier, a senior point guard, was recognized before the game as part of Senior Night festivities. He is one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, given annually to a student-athlete with notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition. Frazier will leave Penn State as the school’s career leader in assists.

Frazier acknowledged that his uneven play early was due to the emotions and nerves of the night.

“It was very emotional. I was basically trying to hold back tears in the beginning. Obviously you tell at the beginning of the game I had so many emotions running through me. Turnovers left and right. Airballs,” he said.

Chambers was happy to see a player who has meant so much to the program get a win on such a special night.

“He’s an amazing kid. A man now. He’s a man,” Chambers said. “It’s Senior Night. You’ve got family there. You’ve got one game left in this building. You’ve been here five years. You’ve invested time and energy. He puts so much into this program. You can’t blame the guy for being jacked up. I was happy to see us get a win for him.”