Fran Fraschilla – ESPN, Full Bio, 15 Shocking Facts, Net Worth & Wife

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Fran Fraschilla Biography

Fran Fraschilla is an American basketball commentator, analyst, and former college basketball coach who joined ESPN in 2003 and also serves as an analyst primarily on Big 12 Conference men’s basketball games. He was an assistant coach at the University of Rhode Island for Jack Kraft, Ohio University for Danny Nee and Billy Hahn, Ohio State University for Hall of Fame Coach Gary Williams. Additionally, Fraschilla served as head men’s basketball coach at Manhattan College, St John’s University, and the University of New Mexico before joining ESPN.

Fran also covers the NBA Draft, focusing mostly on foreign players, and also is ESPN’s analyst for its broadcast of FIBA tournaments. He is active in several charity organizations and has participated in the NABC/American Cancer Society’s “Coaches vs. Cancer 3-Point Attack.” Moreover, he was the chairman of the NABC Committee on Academics from 1994 to 2002 and also served as an Honorary Chairman for the 2000 New Mexico Special Olympics Summer Games.

Fran Fraschilla Age, Birthday, Ethnicity, and Nationality

Fran Fraschilla (age 63 years) was born on August 30, 1958, in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States of America. He is an American citizen and of white ethnicity. He normally celebrates his birthday on August 30 every year. READ ALSO: Teddy Atlas

Fran Fraschilla’s Height, Weight, and Other Measurements

Fraschilla stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches (approximately 1.76 m) and maintains an average bodyweight of around 68kg. Nonetheless, he has not revealed any information about his other body measurements in public yet at the moment.

Fran Fraschilla’s Parents and Siblings/ Family

He was born and raised as Francis John Fraschilla in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States of America by his caring and supportive parents. He is the oldest child of seven children though he has not provided any information about his parents as well as any further details regarding his siblings at the moment.

Fran Fraschilla’s Education Background

Fraschilla attended James Madison High School (Brooklyn) and later graduated from Brooklyn College where he received a bachelor’s degree in American history in 1980.

Fran Fraschilla Wife/ Spouse and Children

Fran is a married man. He is married to Meg O’Connell Fraschilla who is a former Southwest Conference and LSU publicist. Moreover, the two exchanged their vows in an intimate wedding ceremony in 1988. Additionally, Fran and his wife Meg have two children together. A son named James Fraschilla played for the University of Oklahoma men’s basketball team. Furthermore, James was nominated for the Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year Award. Nevertheless, he is on the basketball staff of the Orlando Magic. Fran’s younger son, Matthew Fraschilla, played basketball at Harvard University. However, he is currently a video coordinator for Villanova Man’s Basketball.

Fran Fraschilla Coaching Record

Fraschilla was an assistant coach at the University of Rhode Island for Jack Kraft, Ohio University for Danny Nee, and Billy Hahn, Ohio State University for Hall of Fame Coach Gary Williams. Additionally, Fraschilla served as head men’s basketball coach at Manhattan College, St John’s University, and the University of New Mexico before joining ESPN. Fran also covers the NBA Draft, focusing mostly on foreign players, and also is ESPN’s analyst for its broadcast of FIBA tournaments.

Fran Fraschilla ESPN

Fraschilla is a basketball commentator, analyst, and former college basketball coach. He joined ESPN in 2003 and also serves as an analyst primarily on Big 12 Conference men’s basketball games. Also, he covers the NBA Draft, focusing mostly on foreign players. Moreover, he is also ESPN’s analyst for its broadcast of FIBA tournaments.

Fran Fraschilla Salary

Fraschilla is a basketball commentator, analyst, and former college basketball coach. He joined ESPN in 2003 and also serves as an analyst primarily on Big 12 Conference men’s basketball games. Fran earns a decent estimated annual salary of around $110,000 per year.

Fran Fraschilla Net Worth

Fraschilla is an American basketball commentator, analyst, and former college basketball coach who has managed to accumulate a great fortune. Fran’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million dollars.

Fran Fraschilla Tennessee

Fraschilla served as an assistant coach under Tennessee head coach Rick Barnes at Providence in the late 1980s.

Fran Fraschilla Kansas

Fran had an opinion about the officiating for some of college basketball’s blue blood programs. He said that some colleges especially Kansas, Duke, and Kentucky will always get favorable calls from referees.

Fran Fraschilla Olympics

Fraschilla served as an Honorary Chairman for the 2000 New Mexico Special Olympics Summer Games.

Fran Fraschilla NBA Drafts

Fraschilla served on NBA Draft coverage at ESPN where he focused on foreign players and was an analyst on the station’s NCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball coverage from 2007 to 2014.

Fran Fraschilla Podcast

He is the host of World of Basketball with Fran Fraschilla which is a podcast show that talks about basketball.

Fran Fraschilla 9/11

In January 2002 when he was the coach of New Mexico, Fran was frustrated over fouls called against his team during a game with Air Force. Further, made a cryptic reference to the 9/11 attacks.

Fran Fraschilla New Mexico

From 1999 to 2002, he was the head coach in New Mexico. During his tenure, he guided the Lobos to the Mountain West Conference championship game and the third round of the NIT in 2001.

Where does Fran Fraschilla live?

Fraschilla resides at his home in Dallas, Texas together with his family.

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