|Year:||8th at MIT|
|Previous College:||Boston University|
Rob DiBernardo is entering his eighth season as part of the MIT coaching staff in 2017-18.
Prior to joining the Engineers, Rob developed his coaching and administrative skills as Assistant Dean of Students and Varsity Men’s Basketball coach at The Cambridge School of Weston. During his 11 year career at The Cambridge School Rob had many roles, his work as head coach (2004-2009) led to one of the school’s proudest athletic achievements. Over the years, the program compiled a record of 71-32 with an unprecedented five-straight NEPSAC tournament appearances, and winning its first-ever NEPSAC Class DII championship in his final year.
In 2010, Rob was assistant coach to Rick Nault at Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The team captured the MIAA Division 1 state title in an incredible championship run culminating in a thrilling one-point victory in the state title game. The team finished the season with a 26-1 record and went undefeated in the Merrimack Valley Conference.
Rob holds a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters degree in Physical Education and Coaching from Boston University. Rob will continue his education at Boston University, seeking licensure in Sports Psychology.