There are currently 17 former Waves playing professionally both in the U.S. and internationally.
Tracking a Busy Summer for Pepperdine
Waves Friday Starter Drafted for the Second Time
Austin Davidson and Kolten Yamaguchi Capture First Team Selections
Sam Meyer and Aaron Brown Both Homer for Pepperdine
Pepperdine welcomed Western Michigan to Malibu for its season opener. The Waves beat the Broncos 11-1.
2013 MLB DRAFT: Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the sixth round with the 168th pick ... Frazier signed.
2013/JUNIOR: Turned in a strong junior season in final year as a collegiate pitcher ... Pepperdine's Friday starter posted a 5-5 record with a 4.06 ERA in 88.2 innings ... Allowed just nine extra base hits all season ... Opposing batters hit just .237 ... Ranked fourth among West Coast Conference leaders in opposing batting average and was fourth in strikeouts (83) ... Owned a strikeout/walk ratio of 83/40 ... Pitched into the seventh inning or later nine out of 13 starts ... Struck out at least six batters nine times, including a season-high nine at Portland (5/17) ... Led the Waves in strikeouts (83) and was second in innings (88.2) and wins (5) ... Finished junior campaign on a tear, posting a 2-0 record with a 1.29 ERA with 24 strikeouts in 21.0 innings in final three starts of the season ... Allowed a season-low two hits in 6.0 innings against Saint Mary's (5/10) ... Struck out seven and walked none in 7.0 innings in the 2013 season opener against Western Michigan (2/15) ... Posted a 4-3 record with a 3.67 ERA with 55 strikeouts and 29 walks in 56.1 innings during league play ... WCC Pitcher of the Week (4/15) after tossing 7.0 innings with two runs off six hits in an eight strikeout outing at San Diego (4/12) ... All-WCC Honorable Mention.
2012/SOPHOMORE: Frazier was the Waves' Saturday starter during the 2012 season, finishing with a 7-5 record and a 3.93 ERA in 15 appearances ... Was second on the team with 69 strikeouts ... Threw a total of 103.0 innings, walking only 31 ... Opponents batted .264 against the big righty ... Frazier was named the WCC/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week after the opening weekend (2/20) as he went 7.0 shutout innings, allowing only five hits, one walk and striking out six in a 10-0 win over Oklahoma ... Had a season and career high 10 strikeouts in a no-decision at Gonzaga (3/31), where he went 7.0 innings and allowed only one earned run on five hits ... Threw his first career complete game on March 10 vs. Rhode Island, earning the victory and allowing only one run on six hits, one walk and three strikeouts ... Despite not striking out one batter on April 14 vs. Portland, Frazier went 7.2 innings, allowing three runs on eight hits, pulling out the 4-3 victory, his fourth of the season ... When Frazier was on the hill, the Waves outscored their opponents 90-71 collectively ... He avoided giving up the big fly, allowing only two home runs in his 15 outtings ... Went further than five innings in 14 of 15 starts ... Threw an impressive 7.2 innings, allowing four runs on nine hits with five strikeouts in the NCAA First Round vs. Stanford ... Allowed a season-low four hits on March 18 in a victory over Kent State ... Allowed no earned runs in victories vs. Oklahoma and Kent State.
2011/SUMMER: Playing for the Chatham (Mass.) Anglers of the Cape Cod League.
2011/FRESHMAN: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "bronze" honors ... Named to the WCC All-Freshman Team despite being limited to four starts ... Finished rookie year with a 2-1 record, 1.00 ERA and eight strikeouts ... Totaled 18.0 innings during which he allowed two earned runs ... Of the 15 hits he allowed only two went for extra bases as opponents produced a .242 batting average ... Posted a 0.69 ERA against three conference foes, surrendering one earned run with five Ks in 13.0 innings of work ... Became the first true freshman under head coach Steve Rodriguez to receive an Opening Day start (2/18) ... Earned the win over Eastern Kentucky in his collegiate debut, allowing one run on four hits through 5.0 frames with three strikeouts ... Missed the next six weeks because of injury ... Returned to action April 9 at Portland, starting the second game of a doubleheader and struck out a career high four batters over 3.0 innings ... Allowed an unearned run on three hits, which led to his first and only loss of season ... Did not factor into decision at San Diego (4/17) ... Lasted 4.0 innings in which he surrendered a run on three hits and three walks ... Delivered longest outing (6.0 inning) of year in final start vs. Loyola Marymount (4/23) ... Gave up one unearned run to Lions despite allowing nine base runners.
2010/FALL: Struck out seven through two starts and 10.2 innings of work during Pepperdine's Blue and Orange World Series ... Did not record a decision but posted a 2.53 ERA ... Surrendered four runs (three earned) on 13 hits, including two doubles ... Walked three and hit a batter ... Tossed 80 pitches in game one (11/6) and had pitched four scoreless innings before getting tagged for four runs on four hits, a walk and a passed ball ... Came back in game five (11/14) to pitch six shutout innings with five Ks, but did not factor in the decision after his bullpen gave up a 3-0 lead ... Allowed 11 base runners in his final start, but benefited from two putouts at home plate, a runner leaving early off base in the second and a 6-4-3 double play in the sixth.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated with honors in 2010 from Upland High School where he was a pitcher and outfielder for head coach Mike Alonso ... Three-year varsity letterwinner ... Helped lead school to consecutive Baseline League championships from 2008 to 2010 ... Finished 2010 with a 6-2 record, four complete games, 1.16 earned-run average, and struck out 87 batters through 54.0 innings ... Struck out 19 batters in a no-hit effort vs. Silverado on March 9 ... At the plate, batted .403 with six home runs and drew 25 walks en route to being named to the Inland Valley Player of the Year ... Also was tabbed to the All-Baseline league first team for a second time ... All-Area and Valley first team honoree ... 2010 Under Armour Preseason All-American ... Finished his junior year with a 7-0 record with four complete games and batted .400 with six doubles, three triples and eight home runs ... Twice voted Outstanding Varsity Pitcher ... Freshman team MVP ... Made Principal's Honor Roll all four years ... CSF Life Member ... AP Scholar Award recipient ... Presented with Baseline League's Outstanding Senior Award.
CLUB: Has played for Angels Elite, Red Sox Scout Team, Milwaukee Brewers Area Code Team, Upland Pirates and the OC Connie Mack Giants ... Competed at the USA Tournament of Stars and Tommy Lasorda Elite Games.
PERSONAL: Given name is Scott William Frazier ... Born and raised in Upland, Calif.. ... Major is undeclared ... Son of Bruce and Pam Frazier ... Brother to Katie ... Chose to attend Pepperdine because of its beautiful campus, great coaches, good academics and strong division I baseball program ... Once struck out No. 1 draft pick Bryce Harper ... Selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the fifth round of the 2010 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
FAVORITES: Mariano Rivera (pro baseball player) ... New York Yankees (pro baseball team) ... Cannery Row (book) ... Hot Rod (movie) ... The Office (TV show) ... Eminem, Wiz Khalifa and Metallica (musical artists) ... Steak (food) ... Golf (sport other than baseball) ... Hobbies include surfing and playing golf.