Meet Coach Bill Frawley

Coach Bill Frawley

Men's Varsity Baseball

Bill Frawley began his LCCC coaching career as the head baseball coach in 2005.

Coach Frawley played baseball at Firelands High School, where he graduated in 2000. He attended LCCC where he earned two Associate’s degrees, the first one in 2004 in Electronic Engineering followed by a second Associate’s degree in 2005 in Computer & Maintenance Networking. He is currently attending Ashworth College, pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

Bill is employed as a Project Manager at Oberlin College, where he has worked since 2006. Bill lives in Grafton with his two children Dylan (6) and Stephanie (3).  Bill coaches Hot Stove Baseball, Flag Football, and Basketball for the Keystone programs where his children go to school. 

"LCCC Athletics has been my passion since graduating high school in 2000", Bill states. "I was fortunate that my 1st year in college was the 1st year that LCCC had a baseball team. I was able to play baseball at LCCC for 3 years and then became a player/coach. I have been with the program since it started, so anyone that has played baseball at LCCC has either played with me or for me. It is amazing to see where the athletic programs are today from where they started. This is a great opportunity for all athletes from Lorain County and other areas to continue playing their sport while attending college."


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