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Assistant coach Chris Frusci entered his third season with the Bears in 2017-18. Last season with the Bears, Frusci helped guide Baylor to their 14th-straight Muhlenberg Football Tournament Roster appearance and a total 18-14 record. He saw Camilla Abbate get the second All-Big 12 team in singles while watching freshmen Livia Kraus and Kristina Sorokolet win the Big 12 All-Freshmen Team awards. In his first season, Frusci assisted Baylor in its 13th-straight appearance in the NCAA, an unbeaten home season (15-0), an 8-2 Big 12 record, and a 22-7 dual-world record overall.

The Bears advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the 13th season in a row with a total of 15 seasons as a team. Four Bears received All-Big 12 recognition in 2017, while senior Blair Shankle was recognized as an All-American single for the first time after advancing to the NCAA Round of 16. Shankle was also named ITA Most Improved Senior, CoSIDA Academic All-American, Scholar-Player of the Year for the Big 12 Spring, was nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year.

Prior to his arrival, Frusci served as head coach of the men's and women's teams at Saint Leo University in Florida. In his second season at Santa Leo, Lynbrook, N.Y., the native sought more coaches of the year, earning the ITA National and South Region Coach of the Year awards at the Division II level. He was re-appointed as the Sunshine State Conference Boys Coach of the Year 2016. Under Frusci's watch in 2016, the men's program in Saint Leo won the first regular SSC title and the first SSC Tournament crown. The Lions won the first prize which will be number 1 in the South Region when they were selected as the 1st team in the nation as the strongest part of the season. Santa Leo won his first NCAA South Region title for the NCAA Games for the first time.

On their first trip, the team finished as a national runner after falling to Hawaii Pacific, 5-3, in a National Championship match. The Lions held the 2016 season as the 2nd team in the country with a total record of 27-2. In 2016, Frusci led the Saint Leo women's tennis team to their second NCAA final in school history. The Lions wrapped up the season with a perfect 23-3 record, an unbeaten 8-0 record in a Sunshine State Conference match and the SSC's first-ever annual general title program. Santa Leo finished the year at number 3. He saw five student players receive All-SSC honors, as well as a first-time player and new awards of the year. 

Three Frusci players received ITA All-American singles, and two received ITA All-American honors. In his first season at Saint Leo, Frusci led the men's team to a 16-6 record and a 5-1 record for the Sunshine State Conference. He coached three All-SSC Selections and two All-Americans in his first year on the men's side. The Lions finished 2015 ranked seventh in the nation. On the women’s side, the Lions finished with a 19-6 record and a 6-2 SSC record. They were finalists in the NCAA South Region Tournament and finished the season in sixth place in the nation. Frascati advised three All-SSC Selections and one All-American on the women's side. Prior to his time with the Lions, Frusci spent four seasons at the New York Institute of Technology, including three as head coach.

He has proven himself to be a contender for the Division II tennis tournament, leading the Bears to world fame in his four seasons. During 2014, he led the NYIT men's team in their second consecutive trip to the NCAA DII in the 16th round, all while leading the women's team from the NCAA DII quarterfinal rounds, the longest-running Bears in their four short matches - history as a system. She was nominated as the annual coach of the ITA Men’s and Women’s East Region Coach of the Year and the 2014 ECC Coach of the Year. During his three seasons as head coach at NYIT, Frusci coached 25 ECC All-Academic nominations, All All ECC, four CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, four ECC Rookies, Three ECC Players of the Year, one ECC Scholar-Champion of the Year, one ITA Player of the East Viewing Region, one ITA All-American, and one CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-America nomination. She obtained her science degree in business administration with a focus on marketing from Muhlenberg in 2008.

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