Mike Hill, a former Bentley baseball All-America and Northeast-10 Player of the Year, is in his 16th year as the Director of Intramurals at his alma mater. He is also in his 18th year as an assistant baseball coach at Bentley.
Hill, a 2005 inductee into the Bentley Athletic Hall of Fame, was a standout for the Falcons from 1994-97 and is considered by many to be the best player to ever wear a Bentley uniform. The East Bridgewater native is the program's all-time leader in home runs (43), total bases (387), RBI (191) and slugging percentage (.763), and his .379 career batting average ranks second in school history. In 1996 alone, he hit .410, slugged 19 home runs (a single season school record), leading Division II in home runs per game, and knocked in 68 runs (a single season school record).
Following graduation, Hill was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 41st round and played a season with the Sarasota White Sox in the Gulf Coast League in 1997. Hill's younger bother Roger was also a standout at Bentley from 1997-2000 and is the school's all-time leader in hits with 239.
Hill, 43, graduated from Bentley in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. In addition to coaching at Bentley, he is employed as both a Sales Broker for Eagle Fruit Traders and also as the Director of Intramurals at Bentley. Hill currently resides in Mansfield with his wife Cheryl and daughter, Kiley.
Hill was inducted into the Northeast-10 Conference Hall of Fame in June 2007 and the Cranberry League Hall of Fame in 2009.