Frank Craig begins his first season with the ORU volleyball program after an All-American career at Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio.

Craig was named the Great Lakes Conference Player of the Year as a senior while earning All-America honors after leading the Gray Wolves in kills and kills per set. He earned all-conference accolades all four seasons at Lourdes and was a member of the inaugural team his freshman season in 2012.

As a senior he tallied 407 kills and 4.07 kills per set, ranking as the third best mark in the nation. He was also one of only two players to play in all 100 sets for the Gray Wolves and he finished the year with 77 blocks and 83 digs on the defensive side of the net.

The Gray Wolves improved each season after going 16-10 in the program’s inaugural campaign in 2012. He helped Lourdes to the first 20-win season in program history during his senior season going 20-9 and winning the Great Lakes Conference regular season championship with a perfect 14-0 record. Lourdes also reached the NAIA National Tournament in 2014, after winning the GLC Tournament and finishing 17-7 overall.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, he was a letterman in basketball, football and swimming at Englewood High School. He graduated from Lourdes University in 2015 with a degree in business administration.