Tim Frazier was named to the All-Big Ten first team by the media and the second team by Big Ten coaches as conference honors were announced Monday night.
The junior guard averaged 18.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 6.3 assists over the course of the regular season — leading the Nittany Lions in each category.
Frazier becomes the sixth different Penn State player to be named a first-teamer in the Big Ten (both media and coaches team), the most recent being Talor Battle last season.
Jared Sullinger (Ohio State), John Shurna (Northwestern), Robbie Hummel (Purdue) and Draymond Green (Michigan State) join Frazier on the media’s first team.
Jordan Taylor (Wisconsin) and Frazier switched spots between the coaches team and media teams, with Taylor being on the coaches’ first team and the media’s second team.
Green was named Player of the Year and his coach, Tom Izzo, was named Coach of the Year by both the media and coaches.
The Freshman of the Year award was split by Michigan's Trey Burke and Indiana's Cody Zeller, Burke was named the conference's best rookie by the media, while Zeller was selected by the coaches. Ohio State's Aaron Craft, who just edged out Frazier for most steals in the Big Ten, was named the conference's Defensive Player of the Year.
Frazier, who averaged 2.3 steals a game, was also named to the Big Ten All-Defensive team.
The only other Lion to be honored on Monday was redshirt junior Billy Oliver, who was Penn State’s recipient of the Big Ten All-Sportsmanship award.
Penn State will travel to Indianapolis later in the week for the Big Ten Tournament. The 12th seeded Lions will face fifth-seeded No. 15 Indiana on Thursday in Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The game is slated to start at about 2:30 p.m.