Frank Krug

Krug joined the men's lacrosse coaching staff during the 2021 spring season after an All-American four-year career with the Bulldogs.

He graduated in 2020 with a BS in biology and earned his Masters of Medical Science from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2021.

Krug was a four-year starter with the Bulldogs from 2017-20 as a long stick midfielder, serving as a team captain twice. Among his career highlights being named the MAC Freedom Rookie of the Year in 2017, 3x All-MAC Freedom including First-Team twice and Second-Team once, 2x All-ECAC First-Team, and USILA Honorable-Mention All-American in 2019. He was also named the Dr. John Compardo Male Athlete of the Year in 2019.

His senior season was cut short because of the COVID-19 pandemic but he was still honored as a Maverick Honorable-Mention All-American, USILA Scholar All-American, and became the first DeSales men's lacrosse player to sign a professional contract inking with the Philadelphia Barrage of the Major Lacrosse League.

Krug finished his career with four goals and 13 assists for 17 points. He added 332 ground balls, which ranks third all-time at DeSales) and had 226 caused turnovers, both a school-record and the NCAA Division III all-time career record. Krug led the nation in caused turnovers twice (2017 and 2020). His 2017 total of 93 CT's are an NCAA single-season record.

In addition to his role with DeSales, Krug also coaches for the Headstrong foundation in the summer.