Frank Millerick

Affliation: Coach, Administrator

Year Inducted: 2009 (12th induction class)

Accomplishments: Millerick came to Babson in 1986 and over the course of the next 19 years took the Athletics program to tremendous heights as both a coach and administrator. Beginning as a sports information director and assistant baseball coach, Millerick was promoted to Assistant Director of Athletics in 1990, Associate Director of Athletics in 1995, and Director of Athletics in 1997. In 1993, he took over as head coach of the Babson baseball program, and during the next nine seasons led the Beavers to an outstanding record of 178-144 as well as Constitution Athletic Conference Championships in 1994, 1996, and 1997. The program's all-time wins leader at his time of induction, Millerick also guided Babson to seven ECAC New England Tournament berths, including the Beavers' first ECAC Championship in 1998. He was named conference Coach of the Year in 1996 and 1997, and was selected as the New England Coach of the Year in 1996. In his eight years as Director of Athletics, Millerick was instrumental in many of the department's most successful initiatives, including the construction of MacDowell Field, the renovation of Hartwell-Rogers and Alumni fields, the establishment of Babson's full-time assistant coaching positions, the creation of the varsity weight room, and the partnership with Irving Oil to fund the Babson Invitational Hockey and Basketball Tournaments. Also during his tenure, Babson boasted 16 conference championships, won five ECAC New England titles, sent 10 teams to national tournaments, and claimed an individual NCAA Tournament Championship.