Eric Reveno
Head Coach

“You might not meet finer folks than Portland coach Eric Reveno and Butler coach Brad Stevens. Two coaches who are solid people with seemingly loving, young families, run their programs the right way. Both are destined to keep their respective schools near the top of their conferences.”

Andy Katz, ESPN College Basketball

Personal
High School: The Menlo School
College: Stanford University, 1989 B.A., Economics; 1995 Master’s, Business Administration
Family: Wife, Amanda; Children, Katie and Andrew

Coaching Career
2006-Present: Head Coach, University of Portland

- 2009 WCC and District 9 Coach of the Year
- Averaged 20 wins per season from 2009-11
- Matched school record with 21 wins (2008-09)
- Back-to-back 20-win seasons (2007-09) a program first
- Three post-season appearances (2007-09, CIT)
- 11 graduates since 2009 played professionally
- 12 All-WCC honorees since 2008
- 14 WCC All-Academic Team selections since 2007
- 100 percent graduation rate

2004-06: Associate Head Coach, Stanford University
1997-04: Assistant Coach, Stanford University

- 14 players earned 25 Pac-10 All-Academic honors
- Seven 20-win seasons, three 30-win seasons
- Eight NCAA Tournament appearances
- 1998 NCAA Final Four
- Ranked No. 1 nationally three years
- Four Pac-10 Championships
- Seven Cardinal players went on to play in the NBA

Playing Career
1985-87, 1989: Stanford University

- Two-time Team Captain
- Two-time Most Inspirational Player
- Averaged 9.4 points and 5.1 rebounds as a senior, leading program to first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1942.
- Pac-10 All-Academic Team (1989)
1989-93: Japan Professional League
 - Played four seasons with Nippon Mining