Nov 08, 2012
In the classroom, the Criminal Justice Major currently maintains a 3.64 grade point average through four semesters. After attending Saint Anselm College his freshman year, Fruwirth transferred to Curry to begin his sophomore year. He was subsequently named to Curry Dean’s List after both semesters of the 2011-2012 academic year.
Fruwirth played sparingly during his sophomore year, but took over as the Colonels’ starting signal-caller for the 2012 campaign. He began his record-setting season in style by establishing a school mark for completions in a game with 30 in a Week 1 loss to WPI. Fruwirth went on to equal that record three more times during the season. He also equaled a school record for touchdown passes in a game with five against Western New England. He was named as both the NEFC and ECAC Northeast Offensive Player of the Week on September 16.
By the end of the 2012 regular season, Fruwirth had started in all 10 games, leading Curry to a 6-4 record. He threw 27 touchdown passes and only eight interceptions. Most impressively, Fruwirth set Curry season records for completions (266), attempts (457) and passing yards (2,770).
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