Bill Boffi Coaches Final Game for the Gators

Women's Head Basketball Coach Bill Boffi coached his final game for the Gators on Saturday, culminating a thirteen-year career on the bench for Pine Manor. Boffi began his coaching tenure at Pine Manor in 1994 and spent nine seasons on the bench before taking off the 2003-2004 season. Only to return in 2004-2005 and lead the Gators to an appearance in the GNAC tournament.

Over his thirteen seasons at the helm of the Gators Boffi has coached 10 All GNAC selections, 2 GNAC Rookies of the Year, 1 GNAC Player of the Year, 1 All-American, and 2 Pine Manor Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees. His career record at Pine Manor stands at 130-193.

Prior to his arrival at Pine Manor Boffi was the Assistant Basketball Coach at Bryant College for three years. Bill also spent one year as the Head Coach of the Freshman Boys Basketball team at Bishop Hendricken High School, Warwick RI, and one season prior to that at Cranston High School, Cranston, RI.

In addition to his coaching duties Bill was the Director of Athletics at Pine Manor, until his promotion to Dean of Student Retention this August. During his tenure as the Athletic Director Bill increased the Gators athletics program to seven varsity sports. He also was instrumental in Pine Manor becoming a founding member of the Great Northeast Athletics Conference.