Bentley Falcons Logo

Bentley Falcons Logo
Since at least 1988, the centerpiece of the primary Bentley Falcons logo has been a large letter “B.” Yet, the design of the logo has not been the same all the time, it has gone through a complete overhaul.

Meaning and history

Bentley Falcons Logo history


The old logo introduced in 1988 featured a capital “B” in yellow. The glyph looked smooth and rounded, it possessed a light and dynamic shape. In front of the “B,” a flying bird could be seen, which only reinforced the impression of lightness and motion. The bird was holding a lightning bolt in its claws.
The Bentley Falcons logo unveiled in 2013 has preserved the “B” as its focal point. It now has a more serious and formal style and is placed in a black and blue shield.

Bentley Falcons football

Bentley Falcons emblem
The team competes in NCAA Division II college football. It plays its home games at Bentley University Football Stadium. Bill Kavanaugh is the head coach.

Bentley Falcons basketball

Bentley Falcons
One of the most successful years of the last two decades has been 2008 when the men’s basketball team Bentley Falcons set the record for the longest regular-season winning streak in Division II history. The women’s team finished the 2013/13 season with a 35-0 record and won the NCAA Division II National Championship.