CLASS OF 2015
FRANK M. LISCO ‘96
Frank M. Lisco, a 1996 Lyons graduate, excelled in both basketball and baseball. He played both sports at the varsity level for all four years of his high school career.
Frank was a three-time captain of the Varsity Basketball Team. He led the team to 49 straight wins against Section V opponents, two straight Section V Championships and two straight appearances in the Far West Regionals. Along the way, he scored 1299 points. Frank was a three year first team Wayne County All-Star and played in the Ronald McDonald All-Star game. Frank accomplished all of this with style and class and was awarded the Section V Class C Sportsmanship Award twice.
As a starting pitcher and shortstop Frank led the Lyons baseball team to three straight Wayne County Championships. He batted .435 during his four year career and was chosen a first team Wayne County All-Star at shortstop three times. He stole 74 bases and was only caught four times. As a pitcher, Frank posted a record of 15-2 with an ERA of 2.13.
Frank was named Co-Male Athlete of the Year his senior year. He graduated from SUNY Fredonia in 2001 with a major in English. In 2007, Frank followed his heart and attended and graduated from the Atlanta Institute of Music.
Frank currently lives in Atlanta with his wife Natalie, who is a 3rd Grade teacher. He teaches guitar and bass at Music Matters and gives private lessons. He also performs as a guitarist with a number of different bands as well as doing solo acoustic performances at various venues.