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Monday, September 16, 2013

Oakland adds 2014 guard Alek Frascone from Utica Eisenhower
Oakland coach Greg Kampe must have developed a fondness for Utica Eisenhower players after the success he found with forward Corey Petros.
Eagles guard Alek Frascone gave his verbal commitment to Oakland University Sunday evening.
Living in the shadows of the Rochester-area school and attending summer camps at the O'rena left a lasting impression on the 6-foot-2, 185-pound combo guard.
"I've been wanting to go there since I was a little kid," Frascone said.
Frascone said he has yet to take an official visit, adding he also received offers from Division II schools Northwood, Hillsdale and Lake Superior State University. Oakland offered him in late June, Frascone said.
Of his future coach, Frascone said of Kampe, "He's not a soft coach. He'll get on you if you make mistakes."
Last week, Oakland added transfer Artis Cleveland, formerly of Mississippi Valley State, who will sit out 2013-14.
Eds. note: A previous version of this post should have reported Frascone will be a scholarship player for Oakland University.


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