Spending 23 years as a college basketball coach, Fran Fraschilla had numerous NCAA and NIT tournament appearances and a career coaching record of 175-100. He was also named the NABC Coach of the Year for the 1994 to 1995 season.
Fraschilla’s coaching career as an assistant began at New York Tech, followed by Rhode Island, Ohio, and Ohio State. He then moved to Providence as an assistant coach for13 seasons. Fraschilla go his first head coaching job in Manhattan, where he led his team to two NCAA tournaments and two NIT tournaments.
After his stint with the Jaspers, a Fran Fraschilla appearance helped St. John’s recover from the declines following the Lou Carnesseca era. His Red Storm teams had a winning record of 35-24 and made an appearance in the NCAA tournament in 1998. His excellent strategy was instrumental in the upset that ended U. Conn’s 46-game home court winning streak. They also finished second in the Big East that season. The following year, Fraschilla became the head coach at the University of New Mexico, where he led the Lobos to three consecutive NIT appearances.
In 2002, Fraschilla joined ESPN as a broadcast analyst.
**Fran Fraschilla Speaker**
As a former head coach and a critically acclaimed basketball analyst for ESPN, Fran Fraschilla speaker appearances can cover topics ranging from broadcasting to motivational coaching and leadership.
**Fran Fraschilla Appearance**
The first Fran Fraschilla appearance for ESPN brought the unique perspective of basketball commentary from a head coach that impressed viewers so much, Fraschilla quickly became a staple of the ESPN college basketball broadcast crew.
**Fran Fraschilla Endorsement**
A Fran Fraschilla endorsement will not only cater to his basketball fans, but also to everyone who believes in his credibility and trusts his knowledge as a sportscaster.
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