Former Bison football player Frank DeNick joined Joe Susan's staff as administrative coordinator in February 2018.
DeNick previously worked for Bucknell in the human resources department from 2010 to 2012. He then spent five years in private business.
As administrative coordinator, DeNick is tasked with coordinating all types of team logistics, including key elements such as team travel, video editing and exchange, and assisting with recruiting and camps.
During his playing career, DeNick appeared in 30 games. After spending his first two seasons as a defensive back, he moved to wide receiver in 2010 and made an immediate impact. In 2010, he was one of only two Bison to catch at least one pass in every game, finishing the year with 423 yards on a team-high 38 receptions. A year later, he was the only Bison to catch at least one pass in every game, posting 554 yards on 42 catches. For his efforts, he was recognized on the All-Patriot League Second Team.
DeNick shared the 2011 Tom Gadd Coaches' Award with Josh Eden. He also captured the 2010 George L. McGaughey Memorial Award as the most outstanding player in the Lafayette game after recording 105 receiving yards, a total bolstered by a 79-yard touchdown catch.
DeNick earned a B.A. in Psychology from Bucknell in 2012. A native of Middlesex, New Jersey, he was a two-year starter at quarterback for Immaculata High School.