Frank Forcucci has been the head coach at Becker College since the fall of 2015, having spent the previous three seasons as the Associate Head Coach and defensive coordinator.
Under his leadership, Coach Forcucci has developed and implemented the defensive package, which lead to several program records in his first season at Becker College, including:
Forcucci brings more than 25 years of coaching experience to Becker College. Prior to his arrival in Leicester, Forcucci coached throughout the Northeast, including at the University of Massachusetts, Central Connecticut State University, Fordham University and Northeastern University.
Forcucci graduated from the University of New Haven in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Financial Accounting. While at University of New Haven, Forcucci played all four years as a catcher and third basemen for the baseball team, including earning the title of the NCAA DII All-American. During Forcucci’s four years on the team, the University of New Haven won four consecutive DII World Series Northeast Regional Championships. Forcucci’s success in college led to an opportunity to play internationally for the Amsterdam Pirates Baseball Club as a third basemen, where he won the Holland Major League Championship in 1990.