Frank Promoted to Associate Head Coach
Sept. 8, 2010
FRESNO, Calif. - Brett Frank has been instrumental in the Fresno State women's basketball program having its most successful years in program history. Frank, who plays a big role in recruiting and in the skill development of the student-athletes in the program, has been promoted to Associate Head Coach.
"Brett's commitment and work ethic has been critical in elevating the women's basketball program over the last eight years at Fresno State," Fresno State head coach Adrian Wiggins said. "I am excited to see him continue to develop and grow in his career. He plays a large hand in the recruiting process and does an excellent job developing our players on the court."
Since joining Wiggins as an assistant, the Bulldogs have set school records for wins with 27, won three straight WAC titles, and played in three straight NCAA tournaments.
"I want to thank Thomas (Boeh), Betsy (Mosher) and Adrian for making this possible," Frank said. "They have done a tremendous job in giving us the opportunity to be successful and always supporting us. It is much appreciated and this place has been special to me. To give me this title is very meaningful. I look forward to many years to come with Bulldog women's basketball. "
Frank originally joined the Fresno State women's basketball program in 2002 and served as an assistant for two years before coming back to join the program in 2005. Prior to coaching at Fresno State Frank was an assistant at Southeastern Oklahoma State from 1994-97 and 1998-2002.
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