Bernie Driscoll, a 2002 graduate of Bentley University, is in his 17th year on the Bentley baseball coaching staff and is also the Fitness Center, Student Recreation and Club Sport Coordinator. He was promoted to that position in September 2011 after previously serving as Fitness Center, Student Recreation and Club Sport Coordinator (2010-11) and prior to that, Coordinator of Recreation, Club Sports and Events.
The former Falcon infielder and relief pitcher started 119 games for Bentley from 2000-02. During his four years in a Falcon uniform, the Arlington native hit .295, including .324 as a senior, with 22 home runs, 97 RBI, 100 runs scored and 155 hits. He finished his career in 2002 with selection to the All-Northeast-10 third team.
Driscoll was a part of Bentley's 2001 team that set an NCAA Division II record and led all of college baseball by hitting 2.39 home runs a game. That season, in 41 games, the Falcons sent an incredible 98 balls over the fence. Driscoll was one of seven Falcons to reach double figures in homers, finishing with 11.