Oscar Frayer dies in car crash 3 days after playing in 2021 NCAA Tournament

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Just three days after playing in an NCAA Tournament game, Grand Canyon University forward Oscar Frayer has died in a car crash.

Frayer, who was just 23, reportedly died in the crash on Tuesday, just days after playing with his teammates against Iowa.

From ESPN:

Grand Canyon standout Oscar Frayer died in a car accident in northern California early Tuesday morning, according to a release from the school. He was 23 years old.

Frayer’s older sister, Andrea Moore, and a third person in their vehicle were also killed in the crash, the school confirmed Thursday.

Frayer, a 6-foot-6 senior guard/forward, started in Grand Canyon’s 86-74 loss to Iowa in the first round of the NCAA tournament last week. He finished the game with eight points, five assists, three blocks and a steal.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Oscar Frayer during this most difficult time.

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  1. Prayers to sudden loss for Oscar Frayer, older sister Andrea Moore and third soul that perish in this tragic accident and to the family members. Cherish the memories and stay strong of their passing. God Bless!!

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