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Nick Frascella

Nick Frascella was recognized as the first high scorer in area basketball as he averaged 19 points during three seasons at the College of Wooster (1935-1938). During his senior season he averaged 22 points and scored 38 points in one game, which stood as a school record for many years. Frascella later played three seasons with the Goodyear Wingfoots (1938-40). When his playing days were through, Frascella became a basketball and baseball official. He was inducted into the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985. He is also a member of the Wooster Hall of Fame.

Inducted 1986 | Official, Basketball