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Assistant Coach Frank Law (Defensive Line Assistant)
Frank Law, 62, begins his 12th season with the Blue Hen staff in 2013 as a defensive line assistant coach.
The only assistant coach to serve under head coach K.C. Keeler throughout his tenure at Delaware, Law has played a key role in leading the Blue Hens to three national title games over the last 11 seasons.
Law was reunited Keeler during the 2002 season. He spent the previous 30 seasons as an assistant coach at Rowan University, including the last 10 under Keeler. Law works closely with UD defensive line coach Phil Petitte, also a former Rowan assistant.
Born: August 17, 1950
College: Bachelor of Arts, Education, Glassboro State College (Rowan University), 1972
College Coaching Career:
1972: Defensive Backs, Glassboro State
1973-84: Offensive Line, Glassboro State
1984-87: Offensive Backfield, Rowan University
1988-92: Tight Ends, Rowan University
1993-2001: Offensive Line, Rowan University
2002-Present: Defensive Line Assistant, University of Delaware
Family: Wife, Michelle, and two sons, Frank and William
Recruiting Areas: New Jersey (Cape May, Cumberland, Salem counties), North Carolina, South Carolina
Law played in big part in helping Delaware capture the 2003 NCAA I-AA national title as the Blue Hens posted 41 sacks led by All-American defensive end Shawn Johnson. Delaware captured its second straight Atlantic 10 Conference title and advanced to the NCAA I-AA quarterfinals in 2004 behind the play of All-American defensive linemen Chris Mooney and Tom Parks.
The Blue Hens enjoyed another outstanding season in 2007 when the Blue Hens went 11-4 and advanced to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision title game.
In 2010, he led the Hens to a 12-3 record, a share of the Colonial Athletic Association title, and a berth in the NCAA FCS title game. He helped lead a unit that led the nation in scoring defense (12.1 points per game) and ranked No. 5 in total defense (280.7 yards allowed per game) in 2010.
He has coached several All-American defensive linemen during his tenure at Delaware and two of his former players - Ronald Talley and Matt Hardison - are currently on National Football League rosters.
In his 11 seasons with Keeler, the Blue Hens have posted a combined record of 86-52, advanced to the NCAA playoffs four times, and captured league titles in 2003, 2004, and 2010.
He coached the offensive line from 1993 until 2001 at Rowan where he led Profs to five national runner-up finishes and nine NCAA tournament appearances. He also coached defensive backs, tight ends, and running backs during his tenure at Rowan.
A native of Collingswood, N.J. who earned degree in education from Rowan (then Glassboro State) in 1972, Law was a two-year starter for Rowan and was team captain in 1971. He was inducted into the Rowan Athletics Hall of Fame in 2002.
Law also runs a construction company in South Jersey. He and wife, Michele, have two adult sons, Frank and William. William played college soccer at Loyola College in Baltimore.
Head Coach Dave Brock
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Defensive Coordinator Tim Weaver
Offensive Coordinator Sean Devine
Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks John Perry
Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach Gregg Perry
Receivers Coach Brian Ginn
Defensive Line Coach Phil Petitte
Cornerbacks Coach Henry Baker
Tight Ends Coach Andy Marino
Defensive Assistant Frank Law
Defensive Quality Control Assistant Brad Hilovsky
Offensive Quality Control Assistant Fritz Stueber
Head Athletic Trainer John Smith
Assistant Athletic Trainer Dan Watson
Director of Football Operations Jerry Oravitz
Personal Development Coach David Baylor
Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine Dr. Andrew Reisman
Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Geoffrey Gustavsen