Our second countdown of the summer is the #StormTop10 Moments, highlighting the top team, single-season and career efforts of 2016-17. The list was voted on by the Simpson coaching staff and will be unveiled each weekday.
#StormTop10 Moments No. 4: Dual-sport star Isaac Frazier closes award-winning career
You'd be hard-pressed to find a better all-around athlete in the Iowa Conference than Isaac Frazier.
A two-sport star in football and track and field, Frazier closed his illustrious career with a fifth-place showing in the decathlon at the 2017 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Prior to that he earned the conference's sack title for the second year in a row on the way to being named first team all-conference and all-region for the Storm football team.
Frazier was the most feared defensive end in the IIAC over the past two seasons, registering 18.5 sacks and 25.5 tackles for loss during the span. He burst on the scene with a league-high eight sacks as a junior in 2015 after going without a sack in his first two years. He earned first team all-conference honors in each of his last two seasons and was a nominee for the Cliff Harris Award as a senior, presented to the nation's top small college defensive player from Division II, III and NAIA.
In track and field, Frazier won a conference championship and was named Most Valuable Field Performer of the 2016 indoor championship. He captured a second IIAC title in 2017, winning the outdoor decathlon. He enjoyed his best performance of his career at outdoor nationals this past spring, scoring 6,669 points behind career-bests in the javelin and 1500 meters. In all he was a nine-time All-IIAC performer.
Frazier's Career Football Highlights
• 2016 All-IIAC First Team
• 2016 All-West Region First Team
• 2016 Cliff Harris Award Nominee
• 2015 All-IIAC First Team
• 2x IIAC Sack Leader
• 4th in school history with 18.5 career sacks
Frazier's Career Track & Field Highlights
• 2017 Decathlon All-American (5th)
• 2016 IIAC Most Valuable Field Performer (indoor)
• 2x IIAC Champion (2016 heptathlon, 2017 decathlon)
• 3x IIAC Performer of the Week
• 9x All-IIAC Performer
No. 10: Baseball walks off twice / Wrestling beats BV on last-second pin
No. 9: Women's swimming breaks 12-year old relay record
No. 8: Women's basketball extends winning streak against Central
No. 7: Men's basketball comes back to beat Central in closing seconds
No. 6: Men's cross country posts second-best regional finish since 1996
No. 5: Jordan Beem eclipses 3,000 career rushing yards
No. 4: Dual-sport star Isaac Frazier closes award-winning career