Frank has been head coach of men's basketball at the University of South Carolina since 2012, and has been honored with several community awards, including being named a 2016 Fatherhood Champion at the Palmetto State Fatherhood Awards Breakfast and Fundraiser.
Frank is on the National Association of Basketball Coaches Board of Directors, and is co-chair of the organization’s Committee on Racial Reconciliation. He also recently joined the Naismith Coaches Circle, which recognizes coaches that have impacted their communities, players, other coaches and society in a positive manner.
Frank spent 15 years in coaching high school basketball in Miami, Florida. He was part of five state championships as an assistant at Miami Senior High School (1985-93), before earning two titles as the program’s head coach (1995-98). A native of Miami, Frank earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Florida International University in 1993. He and his wife, Anya, have three children, Brandon, Amalia and Christian. He resides in Elgin, South Carolina.