2020 Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic Features UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Pitching Coach Frank Anderson
Frank Anderson joined the Tennessee coaching staff in June of 2017 after spending the previous five seasons as an assistant coach at Houston. At Houston, he helped lead the Cougars to three NCAA Tournaments, including an NCAA Super Regional in 2014.
Considered to be one of the premier pitching coaches in the country, Anderson brings tremendous amounts of experience as both an assistant and a head coach at the NCAA Division I level. Before his successful stint as pitching coach at Houston, Anderson served as head coach for Oklahoma State for nine seasons (2004-12), leading the Cowboys to six NCAA Regional appearances
Other stops for Anderson included 10 years as an assistant at Texas Tech (1990-99), three seasons at Howard College (1987-89) and three years as an assistant at his alma mater, Emporia State (1983-85). In all, Anderson's teams have advanced to 16 NCAA Tournaments, five NCAA Super Regionals and have made three trips to the College World Series.
In total, 15 pitchers were selected in the MLB Draft during Anderson's tenure at Houston. He also had 27 pitchers drafted during his time at Oklahoma State, 15 selected while he was at Texas and 21 picked during his 10 seasons with Texas Tech, giving him a total of 78 pitchers drafted throughout his storied coaching career.
Anderson is a native of Grant, Nebraska, and earned his bachelor's degree in physical education from Emporia State in 1983 before going on to attain his master's degree from the school in 1985. Before attending ESU, Anderson played two seasons at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and was a junior college All-American at Mid-Plains Junior College in North Platte, Nebraska.
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