Pete Frantz

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Profile
East Coast Director and Head of College Recruiting

Athletics:
September 2001 - June 2005
The Ohio State University - 3 Year Starting Defenseman
● 4 time Academic All Big Ten (2002-2005)
● Big Ten Medal of Honor Finalist (2005)
● 2005 Men’s Lacrosse Team Captain
● 2004 Second-Team All Great Western Lacrosse League All Conference Selection
● 2003 and 2004 Great Western Lacrosse League Champions

Coaching:
September 2018 - Present
Mad Dog Lacrosse, Manasquan, NJ - General Manager and Director of Boys Lacrosse
● Head coach of the 2025 6th grade boys travel team(#10 in country per usclublax.com, Fall 2018) and manager of the coaching staffs for our 7 other boys teams
● Head of scheduling for 8 boys travel teams that play year-round, tournament locations span the entire country
● Head of College Recruiting for Our East and West coast programs as a result of connections to current College college
coaches

May 2017 - August 2017
Mad Dog Lacrosse, Manasquan, NJ​ - Head coach
● Coached a group of 22 8-year old boys on travel lacrosse team for 3 summer tournaments
● Ran 2 practices a week for 8 weeks and designed each practice itinerary individually
● Made all coaching and substitution decisions during games

March 2017 - June 2017
Manasquan High School, NJ ​- Men’s Lacrosse Volunteer Assistant Coach
● Led the defense on a team that had lowest GAA in Shore Conference
● Won first Conference championship in school history and led team to group 2 final
● Finished the season ranked in top-10 in the state of New Jersey (NJ.com)
● Introduced numerous student-athletes to my Division I coaching contacts and got players invited
to school specific recruiting camps (Ohio State/UNC/Towson/UPenn)

August 2015 - May 2016
Point Pleasant High School, NJ ​- Men’s Lacrosse Volunteer Assistant Coach
● Led 2-day a week voluntary practices
● Created my own practice itineraries for the workouts including all drills and conditioning
● Coached a 2nd year program that had not won a game in 2015 to a .500 record during 2016 season and a berth in conference and state playoffs