A swift moving guard, Frank Oleynick blistered opposing teams' defenses while playing at Seattle University. As a junior in 1973-1974 he scored a robust 25.1 points per game, 7th highest mark in the NCAA (National Colligate Athletic Association).
As a senior in 1974-75, Frank Oleynick, born in Bridgeport CT, helped Seattle Univ by scoring 27.3 points per game, 7th best, and his 709 total points were 6th highest among all players in the nation. In the regular season, Frank Oleynick made last seconds, winning baskets against Penn State, 62-60... St Mary's, 72-70... and Pepperdine 72-71 in overtime. None-the-less the Serattle Chieftains finished the year in the second division - 1974-1975. He also led all NCAA basketball players in free throw percentage - 135 of 152, a .888 pct.
Frank Oleynick was selected by the Seattle Super Sonics as the 12th player overall in ther 1975 NBA draft. And, although he played only two years in NBA his numbers weren't too bad for a rookie and second-year basketball player.