3. Ryan Fraiser, Assistant Coach

coach Frazer

Update(April 2015)

Its been quite a couple of years for AVC’s assistant coach Ryan Fraiser.  While building his happy family, his other accomplishments have been impressive.  In his two years at Antelope Valley College, the team went into the semi’s in state tournament twice.  AVC has won the Western State-South championship two straight years.  He sports an 51-11 record during his two years at AVC. 

In addition,  Coach Fraiser completed his Masters Degree and currently is teaching full time at the Palmdale Aerospace Academy, a Charter School located in Palmdale, California and is part of Palmdale School District.  This school is in such demand that it uses a lottery to chose the students for the limited slots.

This year Coach Fraiser was asked to apply for the head coach position at Fullerton Community College.  He went through the process and was named as one of the final three candidates for the position.  The position was given to another young outstanding coach and although disappointed he felt it was an excellent experience to go though. 

Add to all of  Fraiser’s accomplishments in the past two years, he was recently named the Athletic Director at his high school.  He will be building the athletic program for the two year old school.  Looks like his boss is doing every thing she can to to keep Fraiser at the elite High School. 

As a selfish AVC fan I am worried that it is just a matter of time before we lose Fraiser to the “big time.”  As a fan of Coach Fraiser, no one is better qualified or skilled for the next level than Frasier.

Coaching Experience

·Overall record of 13 – 13 League record of 8-6 2012 – 2013

·Made 1-AA Playoffs

Boys Varsity Basketball Golden League Champions 2011 – 2012

·Overall record of 20 – 7 League record of 13-1

·Made it to second round of 1-AA Playoffs Ranked #16 (Lost to Mater Dei)

Jasper Place “Reb” Tournament Champs. Edmonton, Alberta, CA (First team in PHS history to win this tournament)

Assistant Coach Experience

CSU Chico State University 2010 – 2011

· Overall record of 14 – 13 League record of 10-12

· Made CCAA Tournament

Boys Varsity Basketball Golden League Champions 2008-2009

·Overall record of 19 – 8 League record of 12-1

·Made 1-AA Playoffs

·Produced MVP of League Arvin Garcia

Boys Varsity Basketball Golden League Champions 2006 – 2007

·Overall record of 21 – 6 League record of 10 – 2

·Made 2-AA Playoffs Ranked #1

·Produced MVP of League,  Christopher Hicks


Treyvone Bowie 07, Warner Pacific College

Darrel Haley Starter for VCU in 2011 Final Four

Joshua Jackson 07, California State University Chico

Jay Flores CSU, Chico All CCAA 2nd Team led the CCAA in free throws at 84% while second in assist to turn over ratio and fifth in steals

Justin Haynes 08, Southern Methodist University

Roderick Hawkins CSU, Chico All CCAA 2nd Team one of only three players to amass 1,00 points and 500 rebounds

Darrell Haley 10, Virginia Commonwealth University

Ryan Wright 12, California State University Chico

Grey Cooksey 12, California State University Northridge

Harrison Haynes 12, Merritt Community College

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