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Alex Frank

2022 U.S. Women's Staff


Assistant Coach


Head Coach, Dartmouth College


Lebanon, N.H.

Alex Frank, an assistant coach with the U.S. women's team, is the head coach at Dartmouth College. Frank went to the Ivy League school in the summer of 2019 and led the Big Green to an undefeated mark of 5-0 in 2020, with wins over ranked Massachusetts and Florida teams, before the season was cut short due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Before coming to Dartmouth, Frank was an assistant coach at the University of Colorado for four seasons. In 2018, Frank and the Buffaloes finished as the Pac-12 Tournament runner-up and made it to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, narrowly defeating the Big Green in a first-round contest. Under Frank’s guidance, Colorado reached the NCAA Tournament in each of the last three years, winning in the first round in both 2018 and 2019.
Prior to her time in Boulder, Frank spent three seasons as an assistant with Boston College from 2013 to 2015. The Eagles posted a 42-18 mark in her three years on the Heights, reaching the national tournament three times.
At both Colorado and BC, Frank served as the recruiting coordinator, responsible for bringing in some of the nation’s best players at both schools that have turned each program into a power on the national stage. She has experience coaching in each area of the field as she was the Buffs’ offensive coordinator after working with the midfield and defense at Boston College.
Her coaching career followed a stellar playing career with Northwestern where she won three national titles (2009, 2011, 2012), was named an All-America player three times (2010, 2011, 2012) and was voted team captain as both a junior and senior. She graduated from Northwestern’s School of Communications in 2012 with a degree in radio, television and film and a minor in business institutions.
Frank was named to the Academic All-Big Ten Team three times (2010-12) and, as a senior, she was honored as a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year.