Frank Martin
Frank Martin

Position:
Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Florida International '93


Frank Martin has compiled a wealth of coaching knowledge during the past two decades.

Martin, who coaches the Bearcat big men, also has valuable recruiting ties, having spent four seasons at Northeastern University, in the footprint of the BIG EAST Conference, and 16 years coaching high school basketball in talent-rich Florida.

Martin, who joined the Cincinnati staff in 2004, earned a name for himself for his efforts as a recruiter at Northeastern during the previous four seasons. His work helped the Huskies post a 19-11 record in 2003-04, the school's best in 11 years.

Martin's teams dominated the Miami prep basketball scene during his seven seasons as a head coach on the high school level.

He directed Miami Senior High to three consecutive Florida 6A state championships and a 102-10 record in four seasons there (1995-99). During that time, he developed 14 players who went on to play in the NCAA Division I ranks, including present NBA players Udonis Haslem and Steve Blake.

In 1999-00, Martin became head coach at Booker T. Washington High, and his efforts enabled the first-year high school to garner Nike Elite honors, one of only 15 schools to earn that honor that season.

Martin launched his career as a head coach at North Miami Senior High in 1993 and directed the school to a 39-18 record. In his first year, he led the school to its first 20-win season.

Martin has served as an instructor at several of the nation's exclusive summer basketball camps. At the Nike All-American Camp in Indianapolis, Ind., he served as head coach in the PAC-10 division from 1997-99. In the summer of 1998, Martin was an NBA coach at the Five-Star Basketball Camp during the elite week of action at Pittsburgh, Pa. He tutored future NBA stars Tracy McGrady and Stromile Swift while at the ABCD All-American Basketball Camp in Teaneck, N.J. in 1996.

Martin earned his bachelor's dcegree at Florida International in 1993 in physical education. He and his wife, Anya, are the parents of newborn Amalia Lourdes (five months). He also has a 6-year old son, Brandon.