Fran Fraschilla

by Jorge 03 Feb,2019
Fran Fraschilla

Fran Fraschilla, also known as Francis John Fraschilla, is a leading commentator on basketball and former basketball coach. Fran Fraschilla joined the ESPN in 2003 as a college basketball and studio analyst. He is primarily an analyst for the Big 12 Men's basketball matches.


The resident of United States, Fran Fraschilla, reportedly earns around $85,000, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2019, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $400,000. He is currently married to his wife Meg O'Connell Fraschilla and shares 2 children with her.

Fran Fraschilla Net worth and Salary

The American sportscaster/anchor Fran Fraschilla has an estimated net worth of $400,000.  Not to mention, Fran Fraschilla is one of the most prominent ESPN anchors who has made a successful career as a sports anchorman.

Being a popular Sports Network, ESPN is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Fran Fraschilla is a regular ESPN anchor, he has managed to collect whopping net worth from his professional Career. 

As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $85,000 from his successful reporting career with ESPN. Further, ESPN reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.

In particular, the ESPN network pays an average wage of $85,000 a year to its employees. Since Martin lives in the USA, he lives a standard life with the money he earned from his reporting career.

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Previously, he also worked as a coach for different college teams, gathering a significant amount of salary from his coaching career. 

Fran Fraschilla Personal Life and Married

Exploring his personal life, The ideal married life of Fran Fraschilla could inspire many out there. Fran and his wife Meg O'Connell Fraschilla have been married for a long time and they both are enjoying a beautiful life. Meg is a former Southwest Conference and LSU publicist.

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Fran and his wife have two children, James Fraschilla, and Matthew Fraschilla. Both his sons are avid basketball players who currently play for their respective college teams.

Additionally, there aren't any rumors about his past affairs, girlfriend and relationship in the media yet. 

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Talking about his body measurement, Fran Fraschilla height is estimated to be 5 feet 9 inches (1.78 meters) and weighs around 65 kg. The famous sportscaster is pretty popular in social media with an enormous number of followers. 

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Fran Fraschilla Early Life and Educational History

Fran Fraschilla was born on August 30, 1958, in New York, Brooklyn. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. As of now, the information about his family and siblings are not surfaced in the media. 

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Talking about his education, Fraschilla earned a bachelor’s degree from Brooklyn College in American history. Most of his early life memo was very secret and mysterious, and he came to light with his coaching from Manhattan College and St. John 's University, followed by Mexico University.

Fran Fraschilla Coaching And Broadcasting Career

Fraschilla came to light with his coaching career at Manhattan College and St. John's University, followed by Mexico University. In the beginning, he worked as an assistant coach for  Providence College (currently the University of Tennessee, along with head coach Rick Barnes

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Later, he joined ESPN in 2003 as a college basketball game and studio analyst. He is an analyst primarily at the Big 12 men's basketball games and further he is a staple in ESPN's coverage of the NIT and is a regular participant in ESPN and ESPNU studios.

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In addition to college basketball for men, Fraschilla worked as an analyst at the 2007- 14 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship. Fraschilla also covers the NBA Draft, the FIBA Basketball World Cup and has covered the NBA and high schools basketball.

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