Jared Frayer is in his second season as Oklahoma's assistant coach.
Frayer made the return to Oklahoma - his alma mater - after serving as the assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin from 2009-11.
During his career at OU, Frayer was a two-time All-American and the 2002 NCAA runner-up at 149 pounds. The four-time NCAA qualifier was instrumental in helping OU claim the 2002 Big 12 Championship and earned the 2000 Wade Schalles Award for recording the most pins of any collegiate wrestler that season. A two-time Academic All-Big XII honoree, Frayer was also a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Board from 2000-2002.
Prior to working at UW he was the strength and conditioning coach at Iowa during the 2008-09 season. He also served as an assistant coach for three years at Harvard (2003-06) after graduating from Oklahoma, where he was a two-time All-American.
Frayer was a five-time United States National team member and was the 2010 U.S. Open Champion.
Frayer earned a degree in social studies education from Oklahoma in 2002. Frayer and his wife Nicole have two daughters, Khloe and Beckett.