Frank Reynolds joined Stevenson School in 2016 as the Major Gifts Director in the Advancement Office. Several years later in the fall of 2018 he took over a very successful Stevenson School boys water polo program bringing with him an outstanding background as a coach and national level player. His first year the team turned in one of the better seasons in program history winning the program’s first playoff game. With many talented underclassmen returning, that season set the stage for the 2019 year which saw the team record the best record in program history (23-3), win the Gabilan Division championship with an undefeated record, and advance to the semifinals of the CCS playoffs. As a player at the prep level Frank was a two time high school All-American (1st Team Selection 2003), a three time all league and all CIF player, and the Sea View League MVP. At UC Berkeley he was an All-American, team captain and a member of the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Division I National Championship Water Polo teams. He was a member of both the under 18 and under 20 USA National Teams, winning a gold medal at the Junior Pan American Games in San Salvador. In 2010 he was a Top 5 goal scorer in the Australian National Water Polo League for the Cronulla Sharks. In 2016 he earned a gold medal with his current club, The Olympic Club, at the Masters World Championships in Budapest, Hungary.