Frank resigns, Brosius elevated to head coach at Gettysburg

Gino Frank has resigned as head coach at Gettysburg College after four years as head coach and 13 as an assistant at the school. In his 17 years on staff, he helped Gettysburg produce four All-Americans, 12 national qualifiers, 23 Scholar All-Americans, 11 Centennial Conference champions and 61 conference placewinners. Over the past four seasons, he coached two Centennial Conference Championships Outstanding Wrestlers. In 2023, Luke Kowalski became the first All-American at Gettysburg since 2016 after qualifying for the tournament in 2022.

Replacing Frank is Brad Brosius. Brosius spent the past three seasons as an assistant on the Gettysburg staff. He has more than 30 years of coaching experience at the junior high, high school, and college levels and is a USA Wrestling Silver Certified coach. He has competed in five Masters world championships and was a bronze medalist at the 2009 Master’s U.S. Open.

Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Campus Recreation Mike Mattia said of Brosius, “I am excited for the wrestling program to have Brad as its next head coach. Not only does he have a wealth of wrestling coaching experience but he also has been a great mentor to the team both on and off the mat. I am confident that Brad and his staff will continue the great tradition of Gettysburg wrestling and help elevate it to new heights.”

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