Brett Frondorf
Brett  Frondorf


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Oak Hills

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 145


UC College / Major:
Lindner College of Business / Entrepreneurship


UC runs at NCAA regional on Friday

Bearcats go up against nationally ranked competition in Wisconsin


Bearcats finish 6th and 14th at Vanderbilt's Commodore Classic

Cotton is men's top finisher in 13th, Clay is again top finisher for women

2012 cross country season: Finished 63rd overall at the Queen City Invitational on Sept. 7, running the 5k in 17:26.11..was 120th overall and No. 7 for UC at Vanderbilt University Commodore Classic, running the 8k course in 27:06.95...finished 31st overall in the All-Ohio Intercollegiate Championship open division, completing the 8k course in 27:01.32...finished 213th in the unseeded race at the Pre-Nationals Invitational at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park in Louisville, running the 8k course in 26:55.1...was 85th overall and No. 7 for UC at the BIG EAST Conference championship meet at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, N.Y., finishing the 8k course in 27:32.85...

Collegiate career bests: 5k - 17:26.11 (2012 Queen City) 8k - 26:55.1 (2012 Pre-Nationals)

High school: Member of Oak Hills' 2007 Greater Miami Conference championship team...ranked 14th on Oak Hill's all-time list...elected to the Captains' Counsel and picked for the Anthony Munoz Leadership Seminar.


Family: father Jim and mother Patty, brothers Ross and Ryan.

Favorite place to eat?: Dewey's Pizza

Favorite music?: Darius Rucky, Kenny Chesney

Favorite thing to do when not studying or training?: Go to Reds games. I also like traveling to other ballparks across the country.

Favorite training run?: One that goes past the stadiums (Great American Ballpark and Paul Brown Stadium) and across the (Ohio) river.

Why did you choose UC?: Because of the co-op program and I liked how close everything is on campus.

What are your future career plans?: Starting up my own running store after college.

Favorite quote?: "To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift." Steve Prefontaine