April Frazier completed her second season as the volunteer
assistant coach under head coach Kelly Ford. Frazier will be the
"jack of all trades" coach for the Titans as in her playing career
she was a pitcher and position player.
Frazier, who served under Ford at Mt. San Antonio College as an
assistant pitching coach for two seasons, joined the Titans as an
volunteer assistant coach in 2013.
Last season, she helped lead the Titans to a quick 6-0
start to the season after a sweep of the Fullerton hosted Easton
Tournament, marking the best start for the program since the 2000
campaign. Chalking up an overall record of 33-21-1 and a fourth
place finish in the Big West, the Titans reached the 33-win mark
for the first time since 2007 after posting five more wins than a
season ago. In Big West play, the Titans produced a mark of 13-11,
totalling an identical number of conference wins from the 2013
season, but with three less losses.
During her tenure at Mt. SAC, Frazier help lead the Mounties to
two conference championships (2007 and 08) and a state championship
in 2007. Prior to her time at Mt. SAC, Frazier played two
seasons in the Professional Softball League for the Arizona Heat
(2006) and Akron Racers (2007).
A 2004 graduate from the University of Oklahoma, Frazier played
two seasons under head coach Patty Gasso, guiding the Sooners to
two Women’s College World Series appearances as a pitcher and
utility player. She finished her Sooner career with a .237 batting
average and 28 RBI to go along with a 2.27 ERA and 2-1 record.
Before arriving in Norman, Okla., Frazier transferred from
DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois earning first team
All-Conference USA honors while also leading the Blue Demons to a
Conference USA championship in 2002.
Frazier and her husband Alex, who played in the Arizona
Diamondbacks organization for five seasons, have two children,
Aleida 9, and Logan 2.