Frank Miriello

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Frank Miriello was one of Kulpmont High School’s finest all-around athletes during the mid-sixties. He was not only a three-sport star; but his leadership ability was apparent even then, because he was co-captain of the Wildcats football, basketball and baseball teams as a senior.

He played for East Stroudsburg from 64 thru 66. He started all three years at strong safety for East Stroudsburg. They were Conference Champions in two of those three years. As a senior in 66 he was co-captain and an All Conference strong safety. He was honored by the National Sports Foundation as one of the Nations Outstanding Scholar-Athletes after his senior year.

He began his coaching career at Shamokin High School in 1967 remaining three until he became a head coach at Southern Columbia High School in 1971.

He coached at the collegiate level from 1978 through 1985. He coached at various times at Washington & lee, Hampden-Sydney and VMI. He left college coaching in 1987 to become head football and lacrosse coach at Mercerburg Academy, one of the nation’s foremost prep schools.

Categories: 1991 Hall of Fame