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#18 Kyle Fraser
Position: Attack
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
High School: Fort Worth Country Day
Major: Biomechanical engineering
Fraser Photos

As a Senior in 2015:

  • MPSF All-Academic team.
  • Scored five goals on six shots in a 25-9 victory at Cal.
  • Scored four goals twice.
  • Scored four in her first start of the season, in a 17-15 loss at Penn State.
  • Also scored four in a 22-7 season-opening victory over Fresno State.
  • Had two groundballs and caused a turnover in a 16-5 MPSF tournament semifinal victory over Colorado.
  • Part of a senior class that finished with a record of 51-24, with three NCAA appearances and two MPSF titles.

As a Junior in 2014:

  • Scored a collegiate-high six goals in an MPSF tournament semifinal against Colorado (May 2).
  • The six goals are the second-highest single-game total in school history.
  • Her 10 shots in that game rank fifth at Stanford.
  • Appeared in 19 games and started three.
  • Scored 20 goals and recorded five assists.
  • Recorded 44 shots, 36 of which were on goal (.818 sog %).
  • Recorded 15 ground balls.
  • Recorded a season-highs of seven points, six goals, 10 shots, and eight shots on goal against Colorado in an MPSF semifinal.
  • Named to the MPSF All-Academic team.

As a Sophomore in 2013:

  • Finished the season with 37 points (31-6), 11 ground balls, 10 draw controls and six caused turnovers.
  • Started all 20 games.
  • Tallied three points on two goals and an assist, and picked up two ground balls in the MPSF Tournament semifinal against Cal (May 2).
  • Claimed two draw controls and scored twice on four shots against Cal (April 27).
  • Led the team with five goals on seven shots and claimed three draw controls against UC Davis (April 25).
  • Scored twice, picked up two ground balls, caused a turnover and recorded an assist against Saint Mary's (April 10).
  • Recorded three points on two goals and an assist, caused a turnover and picked up a draw control against Fresno State (April 2).
  • Tallied four points on three goals and an assist at Vanderbilt (March 26).
  • Picked up two ground balls and caused a turnover at Vanderbilt.
  • Scored four goals, picked up two ground balls and one draw control against Temple (March 10).
  • Recorded second consecutive hat trick on the season against No. 13 Ohio State (March 2).
  • Accounted for one draw control, ground ball and caused turnover against the Buckeyes.
  • Scored three goals and scooped up one draw control and one ground ball against Harvard (Feb. 24).

As a Freshman in 2012:

  • Started 13 games and played in 16 games for Stanford as a freshman.
  • Notched 20 goals on 42 shots and added six assists.
  • Picked up 11 ground balls and caused four turnovers.

High School:

  • A 2011 graduate of Fort Worth Country Day High School in Fort Worth, Texas.
  • All-American and Academic All-American in lacrosse in 2010 and 2011.
  • Two-time Texas All-State selection and three-time all-district.
  • Named Trinity MVP in 2010 and 2011.
  • Selected as the Dallas Morning News Player of the Year in 2011.
  • Named to the Dallas Morning News All-Area Team in 2009-11.
  • Selected to the U.S. Lacrosse All-American Showcase.
  • Scored 348 career goals at Trinity and led the team in scoring three times.
  • Captained Trinity lacrosse as a senior.
  • Led Trinity to a district and state title in 2009.
  • Played golf, swam and field hockey for Fort Worth Country Day.
  • Gatorade All-American, all-conference selection, captain and team MVP in field hockey as a senior.
  • Three-time team MVP, two-time captain, two-time all-conference selection and holds five high school records in swimming.
  • Two-time all-conference, captain and three-time team MVP in golf.
  • Earned the Wendy's High School Heisman in 2011.
  • During her junior year, awarded the Richard Steed Award and the Jimmy D. Brown Award as the best Female athlete at FWCD.
  • Honored with the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Award for the ideal scholar athlete, the Alumni Association Award, and the Varsity Award for earning 12 varsity letters.


  • Biomechanical engineering major.
  • Daughter of Christopher and Karen Fraser.
  • Has a twin brother, Connor, who attends Wake Forest University.
  • One younger brother, Cameron, attended Boston College.

Career statistics:

 Yr. GP GS G A Pts Sh GB DC CT
2012 16 13 20 6 26 42 11 2 4
2013 20 20 31 6 37 62 11 10 6
2014 19 3 20 5 25 44 15 8 4
2015 18 7 21 4 25 36 7 3 4
Totals 73 43 92 21 113 184 44 23 18