St. Louis, MO
Entering his 16th season as the Head Coach of the Maplewood Richmond Heights High School (STL) Boys Varsity Basketball Team, Corey Frazier has almost two decades worth of basketball experience. He ranks as one of the top coaches in the state of Missouri with a current record of 281 wins and 116 losses over 15 years. Corey played high school basketball at Charleston High School where he helped lead the BlueJays to a state title in 1992 under legendary Coach Lennis McFerren. He was also named to the AAU All America team in 1992. He then took his winning ways to Saint Louis University where he helped lead the Billikens to two NCAA tournament appearances under the late Charlie Spoonhour. In his transition from basketball player to Coach, Corey has captured back to back state championships in the 2008 and 2009 seasons with his MRH Blue Devils and seven consecutive undefeated SCAA conference championships from 2006 to 2012. In addition to his winning streak, Corey was named A.P. and MBCA Class 3 Coach of the Year (in both 2008 and 2009). Corey’s love and knowledge of Basketball has afforded him opportunities to coach both the St. Louis Eagles 17U Men’s Basketball Team and the Midwest Select 6th Grade Girls Team.