Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Lindy Frasher begins her eighth season working with the Duke basketball team.
Under the supervision of Dr. Keith Brodie, Frasher provides guidance and support to student-athletes, instructs them on performance enhancement techniques and consults with the coaching staff to evaluate the team’s progress and well-being. Frasher is visible at the team’s practices and at coaches’ meetings to give the student-athletes and staff a non-basketball perspective on the development of the team.
In addition to her responsibilities at Duke, she begins her sixth year as psychology instructor and student advisor at Durham Academy.
Frasher graduated magna cum laude from Wake Forest University in 1999 with a B.S. in psychology and minors in Spanish and theater. She earned her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University in 2001.
The middle daughter of Mike Krzyzewski, Frasher and her husband, Steve, reside in Durham. They have two sons, Quin and Remington.