Frank Sowinski was one of the more productive Tigers over his stellar three-year career in the orange and black.
Sowinski’s Tiger teams won 60 games in his career and two Ivy titles. In three seasons, Princeton compiled a glittering record of 38-4 in Ivy competition. Sowinski will always be remembered as a winner and the consummate team player. His scoring average of 15.4 points per game and total of 1,133 points rank among the career leaders for the Tigers. He was marvelously efficient, finishing seventh on the Princeton all-time field goal percentage list with a 55.8 percent clip. His 63.2 percent clip in the 1976-77 campaign is the fifth-highest for a season, with his number of attempts higher than the four slots above him. Drafted by the New Jersey Nets upon graduation, Sowinski remains an unrestricted free agent to this day.
Frank received an MBA from the University of Virginia which launched him into a highly successful business career. For several years he has been a Management Affiliate for MidOcean Partners on Park Avenue and sits on many corporate boards of directors. He is an active and vital member of alumni groups in support of Princeton and its many intercollegiate athletic teams.