|High School:||Williams Field|
|Frank's Career Statistics|
Effective reliever for the Big Green posted a 3.18 ERA out of the bullpen ... struck out a season-high four batters against Cal State Northridge in his second of two starts ... tossed a pair of shutout innings in a 2-0 loss to Boston College ... recorded two key outs in the eighth of a 3-2 win at Yale ... shut down Harvard for a couple of innings to contribute to the 7-2 victory to clinch the four-game sweep ... made two appearances in the Ivy League Championship Series, giving up a solitary run in game two and twirling 1.1 scoreless frames in the rubber game.
Struggled with command early in the season before finishing with encouraging results out of the bullpen ... got the call to start the season opener at 30th-ranked FIU ... surrendered just two runs oer his final 4.2 innings ... got the final two outs of a 4-0 loss at Penn ... preserved a 2-1 lead at Boston College by holding the Eagles scoreless in the seventh and eighth frames on a solitary hit and one walk.
Served as a mid-week starter for the Big Green ... yielded just three extra-base hits in 21.1 innings ... opponents hit just .218 against him ... Dartmouth won five of his six starts ... opened the season with a win in a five-inning stint against Vassar as he surrendered just two hits and two runs while striking out four ... did not allow a run in any of his last three starts, earning victories in two ... allowed just one hit in three frames against St. Anselm in a scheduled short start, then yielded two hits in 3.1 innings against Quinnipiac in another limited start … fanned three in each of last two outings, including a four-inning outing against Amherst.
All-Ivy honorable mention pitcher as a rookie ... tied for team lead with four victories ... posted lowest batting average against among the Big Green starters ... first collegiate appearance came out of the bullpen at #13 LSU ... dazzled in first career start, shutting out Sacramento State for six innings on four hits, but did not get a decision in a 1-0 defeat ... first win was a perfect one-inning tune-up before Ivy play against Amherst ... held Princeton hitless into the seventh while striking out a season-high five batters, earning the ‘W’ in an 8-2 victory ... was named the Ivy League Pitcher of the Week and the DartmouthSports.com Male Athlete of the Week for his performance against the Tigers ... stymied Penn for 7.1 stanzas, holding the Quakers to two runs on five hits and three walks in the 11-2 win ... did not get a decision against Brown or Yale — both Dartmouth victories — but did not walk a batter over 10.2 innings in the two contests ... tossed a season-high eight innings at Harvard, posting his fourth victory of the year while yielding three runs on just five hits and two walks with four strikeouts as Dartmouth prevailed, 12-3 ... handed the ball to start the decisive game of the Ivy Championship Series and provided five-plus innings of one-run ball, surrendering four hits and a walk.
Three-year letterwinner at Williams Field, first for coach Jim Schilling, then for coach Kraig Leuschner as a senior captain ... drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 43rd round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft ... named to 4A-2 East Sky All-Region First Team in each of his final two seasons, Second Team as a sophomore ... all-state honorable mention as a position player during junior campaign, as a pitcher during senior season ... also team Pitcher of the Year after striking out 75 batters in his final year ... given the Blackhawk Award as a junior for excellence on the field and in the classroom ... president of Link Crew and Physics Club ... invited to join National Honor Society and Arizona Boys State ... first homecoming king at his high school.
Psychology major ... son of Doug and Lynne has one brother ... born March 2, 1993 ... technologically savvy ... enjoys working out.