Matthew Driscoll

Matthew Driscoll (born December 14, 1964)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: North Florida Ospreys
Current conference: ASUN Conference
North Florida record: 233-247 (.485)
Overall record^: 233-247 (.485)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2009-present North Florida
2003-2009 Baylor (asst)
2003 Valparaiso (asst)
1998-2003 Clemson (asst)
1997-1998 Wyoming (asst)
1993-1997 La Roche College
1992-1993 Slippery Rock (asst)

Matthew Driscoll Facts

  • Matthew Driscoll
  • Born December 14, 1964
  • Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Alma Mater: Slippery Rock University (BS, 1992)
  • After playing at both Butler County CC (PA) and D-III Greensboro College (NC), became head coach at Northgate HS in his native Pittsburgh
  • Earned his degree at Slippery Rock University (PA) while also working as a high school assistant coach
  • Became a volunteer assistant at D-II Slippery Rock in 1992 and after one year was hired as the head coach at nearby La Roche College
  • Joined in Division I ranks in 1997 as a member of Larry Shyatt‘s staff at Wyoming, following him to Clemson the following year where he would work as an assistant until 2003
  • Became an assistant for Scott Drew at Valparaiso in early 2003 and followed Drew to Baylor less than two months later; was an assistant at Baylor until 2009 when he was hired to be the head coach at North Florida
  • Driscoll is just the fourth head coach in UNF’s program history and only the second since the school moved to Division I in 2005
  • Along with his wife, Carrie, has two sons

Matthew Driscoll Coaching Tree

  • coming soon


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at the NCAA Division I level only