AT VIRGINIA 2013 - Appeared in four games before suffering an injury ... Appeared in three games this season handling UVa's primary kick off duties ... connected on a career-long 53-yard field goal against BYU which tied for the third-longest make in UVa history ... made a 37-yard field goal against Oregon ... kicked 32-yard field goal against Pitt ... was 10-of-10 on PAT attempts ... missed his long FG attempt of the season against VMI ... also handled kickoff duties until injury occured at Pitt. 2012 - Appeared in all 12 games handling UVa's primary kick off duties ... was 3-of-5 on field goal attempts ... made his first collegiate field goal against Maryland (20 yards) ... also made a 22-yard field goal ... connected on a career-long 30-yard field goal against Wake Forest ... registered 22 touchbacks on 48 kick-offs ... averaged 62.0 yards per kickoff. 2011 - Redshirted ... dressed for the William & Mary, Southern Miss, Idaho, Georgia Tech, NC State, Duke and Virginia Tech games ... also dressed for the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL A 2011 graduate of Virginia High School in Bristol ... four-year letterwinner as a placekicker and punter ... VHSL first-team All-State Group A honoree ... VHSL All-Region D ... first-team All-Clinch Mountain District ... 95 percent of his kickoffs in 2010 went for touchbacks ... nominated for the Pappy Thompson Award in 2011 ... nominated for the VHSL Scholarship Award ... selected to the Southwest Virginia/Northeast Tennessee All Star Game ... selected to Bristol Herald Courier All-Area Team ... also lettered three seasons in soccer as a center midfielder ... senior class president ... junior class vice-president ... member of the National Honor Society ... Beta Club, PTA Award and Honor Roll member ... involved in various community activities including Citizens in Action Community Service Program ... son of Mark and Dana Frye ... father Mark played soccer at King College ... mother Dana played tennis at King College ... sister Kirsten plays soccer at Agnes Scott College ... second cousin Ray Easterling played football at Richmond and with the Atlanta Falcons.