Jenny Frank

Jenny Frank

Volleyball: 2000-2003

Hall of Fame:
Class of 2011


Sarden Earns AVCA Honorable Mention All-America

The junior became the first player in school history to be honored two-consecutive years.


Sarden Earns Spot on AVCA Southeast All-Region First Team

The junior was honored for the second-consecutive season.


Volleyball Edged by SMU on Family Night

The Knights return to The Venue for the last time in 2013 on Sunday for Senior Day.


Volleyball Set for Final Home Conference Weekend of 2013

Parents Night on Friday and Senior Day on Sunday.

Jenny Frank was arguably one of the top volleyball players to ever don the Black and Gold. She was a standout setter for the Knights from 2000-03. During her tenure, she led her team to the NCAA Tournament three times.

A four-year starter, Frank was named the Atlantic Sun Player of the Year as a senior in 2003, when she also earned AVCA All-America honorable mention honors. She would also earn A-Sun All-Conference recognition on three occasions, including first-team honors in 2002 and 2003.

As a player at UCF, Frank helped her squad to a combined 84-39 record. In 2003, she captained the Knight team that recorded an NCAA Championship first-round victory over C-USA champion Cincinnati. Off of the court, she garnered all-conference academic honors three times.

Within the UCF record book, Frank ranks second with 4,825 career assists, and also ranks fifth in service aces (149) and sixth in digs (1,111).

Frank returned to Orlando as an assistant coach for Meg Colado from 2006-07. She had spent the 2005 campaign as an assistant coach at Tulane.

Frank was a four-year member of the Dean's List and graduated with a bachelor's degree in interpersonal communication from UCF in 2004. In 2005, Frank was a member of the "Bring It USA" team that toured Slovenia, Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. She also had experience as an assistant coach with USA Volleyball's High Performance Team for the Rocky Mountain Region, where she worked with the setters and served as a training coach during the summer of 2005.

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