Grand Canyon’s Oscar Frayer killed in car accident

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Grand Canyon Antelopes basketball community had suffered a death in their family. Oscar Frayer has passed away.

He lost his life on Tuesday in a car accident. He was 23.

Death Candle
Death Candle (Photo by Pixabay)

Fraser was killed just days after competing in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The incident happened at 2:30 am when the vehicle that Fraser was in collided with a California Highway Patrol car.

The officer’s vehicle was stopped as the officer was helping a disabled tractor-trailer. After colliding with the officer’s vehicle, the vehicle that Fraser was in hit a tree and caught on fire.

“We love O,” GCU head coach Bryce Drew said. “He was the heartbeat of our team with his vibrant, energetic personality. I cannot put into words the hurt and sadness we all feel, but we know he is in heaven and that gives us great joy to know we will be together again.”

Two passengers were also killed in the accident. One of the passengers was Fraser’s sister, Andrea Moore, according to reports.

At this time, the third person has not been identified yet.

“On the court, Oscar was known as the “High Flyer” and will be remembered for his soaring dunks, tenacious defense, and game-changing blocked shots,” a University statement read. “Off the court, he will be remembered for his infectious smile, energetic spirit, and caring soul that made him one of the most well-liked students on campus.”

Report a Typo or Correction

Copyright © 2007-2021. The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved.

All information contained in this Digital Publication are copyright by The Capital Sports Report, and may not be duplicated, copied, modified or adapted, in any way without our written permission. Your use of our work does not constitute any right or license for you to use our trademarks, without the prior written permission of The Capital Sports Report.

Our Content, as found within our Website, is protected under United States and foreign copyrights laws. The copying, redistribution, or use of our publication by you of any such Content, is strictly prohibited. Your use of our Website does not grant you any ownership rights to our Content.

The Capital Sports Report and its logo are official trademarks of Anthony Caruso III and Anthony Caruso Enterprises.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.