Frank Resetarits, Class of 2003
Frank Resetarits is, to date, the most accomplished Lacrosse player in Hamburg’s illustrious Lacrosse history. While at Hamburg, he was named an All-American after his Junior and Senior seasons; he was All-WNY for three seasons. He scored 88 goals as a Sophomore and ended up second on the State’s all-time list with 289 goals in his career. Frank went on to the University at Albany and was named a First-Team All-American his Senior year after a season in which he led Albany to the NCAA’s Division I Elite Eight. Frank was an invited guest/finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy which is handed out each year to the collegiate player of the year. After his years at Albany, Frank went on to play professional lacrosse with three different teams, including the Buffalo Bandits. These days Frank is the head coach of an NCAA Division II pro-gram in California.