“Frayer was one of three people riding inside of an SUV at around 2:30 AM Tuesday in Lodi, Calif. when California Highway Patrol officials said it veered off the road and slammed into a CHP patrol vehicle.
Officials say the SUV then continued onward, struck a tree and became fully engulfed in flames. All 3 passengers in the SUV — which included Frayer’s older sister, Andrea Moore — tragically died.
The CHP says two of its officers were injured in the wreck, but are expected to survive. CHP officials added “both will have a long road to recovery and we will eagerly await their return to full duty.”
Grand Canyon coach Bryce Drew shared a statement.
“We love ‘O.’ He was the heartbeat of our team with his vibrant, energetic personality. I cannot put into words the hurt and sadness we all feel, but we know he is in heaven and that gives us great joy to know we will be together again.”
After the loss in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Frayer posted a message to all his fans.
I bleed purple FOREVER!!!! THANK YOU LOPE NATION for the last 5 years..it’s been nothing less than amazing..from President Mueller, to our coaching staff, to my brothers who I compete with everyday..it’s love FOREVER. 4 Gone🤘🏿💜