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Duke
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Oklahoma State
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No. 1 Florida
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No. 9 Missouri
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Georgia
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#32 Jenn Fryrear
Position: Defender
Height: 5'5"
Year: Junior
City/State: St. Louis, Mo.
High School: St. Joseph's Academy
Club: Scott Gallagher United
Experience: 2 Letters
#32 Jenn Fryrear
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 06/22/2012
2012: Jenn Fryear did not see playing time.

2011: Fryrear was a key contributor for the second straight year, playing in 13 games with six starts, and playing 671 minutes. She started in the 2-1 win over Ole Miss as the Razorbacks opened SEC play 1-0. She also started the final four games of the year against Auburn, Florida, South Carolina and LSU. Of her 671 minutes, 351 came in those final four games. Seeing action at defender, she helped the club cut more than a goal off its opponent scoring average in SEC play. Fryrear was named to SEC and UA academic honor rolls.

2010: Fryrear made her presence felt in her true freshman season, playing in 17 games with 15 starts. The only games she missed where the first two against Florida International and Stephen F. Austin. Of her 17 appearances, the only games she didn’t start were her first game against Miami and the South Carolina contest on Senior Night. Fryrear logged 1,541 minutes with highs of 110 against St. Mary’s, Georgia and Ole Miss. She took two shot attempts on the year. Fryrear helped the Razorbacks record six shutouts, including the 0-0 double-overtime tie at No. 17 Georgia, which was just the second non-loss in 27 all-time meetings with ranked teams. Fryrear was named to UA’s Athletic Director’s List honor roll.

ODP:
Fryrear played for the Missouri state Olympic Development team, which was a three-time participant in the Region II tournament.

Club:
She played for St. Louis Scott Gallagher United and led Gallagher to three straight state championships (2004-06). In addition, her team reached the finals in 2003 and 2008. She was an all-state selection.

St. Joseph’s Academy:
She started at forward and midfielder as a freshman on a team finishing third in the state. She skipped her sophomore season to play in the Red Bull National League. Her junior year, St. Joseph’s was ranked No. 1 in the nation in the preseason.

Personal:
Born Aug. 11, 1991, she is the daughter of Jim and Stacie Fryrear. Her father played football at Arkansas. She is majoring in business.

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