Steve Frank enters his second year with the Marymount baseball team in 2018.
Frank was the Varsity Head Coach at Shaker High School in Latham, New York through the 2015 season. During his tenure, his teams won over two-thirds of games played, qualifying for the playoffs every year. In 2011, he led the Blue Bison to the N.Y. Large School State Championship game. Additionally, the team ranked second in the state and 91st in the nation, setting the record for single-season wins.
The playoff stretch continued with an Upstate N.Y. Runner up in 2013, and an Upstate N.Y. semifinals appearance in 2015.
During his coaching tenure, he garnered Times Union and Troy Record Coach of the Year Awards. He has participated in numerous community coaching clinics and youth baseball camps.
Previously, he was the Junior Varsity Head Coach and Varsity Assistant for SHS baseball. He was also involved with the Shaker football program.
In the summers, he spent time as the Head Coach for Latham Padres Connie Mack squad, leading them to two state titles in his four years. He also managed the North Colonie Babe Ruth All-Stars to the World Series in his only season.
He is very proud of his player development under his tutelage at Shaker, seeing two alumni make their way to the major leagues including Jeff Hoffman (1st round: Toronto/Colorado) and Tom Kahnle (5th round: Yankees/Rockies/White Sox). They are among nine former players who have gone on to play professionally after playing for Coach Frank. Numerous former players have also gone on to success at all levels of collegiate baseball, including a player on UVA's 2015 World Series Championship team.
Coach Frank was an All-Area player at Shaker and is a 2006 Inductee into the Shaker Athletic Hall of fame. After Shaker, he went on to play collegiately at Saint Joseph's University in the Atlantic 10 Conference. During his freshman season, he was a starter at third base. In his next three years on Hawk Hill, he was the starting second baseman. In his senior year, he helped lead the Hawks to the most wins in school history. He finished his career 10th on the all-time hit list. He was named the Dorie Leahy award winner - for program loyalty and dedication. He was also named The Hawk Most Improved Player.
He was a 1991 graduate from St. Joseph’s with a degree in Finance. Frank also served 22 years as a Town of Colonie (N.Y.) Police Officer.