Eric Reveno

Eric Reveno (born March 12, 1966)

Current position: Associate head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Stanford Cardinal (Head coach: Kyle Smith)
Current conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Teams coached: Portland Pilots
Portland record: 140-178 (.440)
Overall record: 140-178 (.440)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • CIT Appearances:  4  (2009, 2010, 2011, 2015)

Awards:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2024-present Stanford (assoc. HC)
2022-2024 Oregon State (assoc. HC)
2019-2022 Georgia Tech (assoc. HC)
2016-2019 Georgia Tech (asst)
2006-2016 Portland
2004-2006 Stanford (assoc. HC)
1997-2004 Stanford (asst)

Eric Reveno Facts

  • Eric Wendell Reveno
  • Born March 12, 1966
  • Hometown: Stanford, California
  • Alma Mater: Stanford University (BA, 1989 & MBA, 1995)
  • The Stanford-native played four years for the Cardinal and head coaches Tom Davis and Mike Montgomery
    • Was a two-time captain; as a senior in 1989, Stanford went to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1942
    • Played professional basketball in Japan for four years, then returned to Stanford to earn his master’s
    • Worked as the president of the Riekes Center, a non-profit mentoring organization in Menlo Park, CA
  • Started his coaching career at his alma mater, spending seven seasons as an assistant under Montgomery followed by two seasons as Trent Johnson‘s associate head coach
    • In nine total seasons, Reveno was part of eight NCAA Tournaments (including three Sweet Sixteens)
  • Hired in 2006 to be the head coach at Portland in the WCC; went 140-178 overall in ten seasons at the helm
    • Led the Pilots to the CIT four times and twice won 20+ games, something the program had only down twice ever before
    • In December 2009, Portland ranked #25 in the AP Poll for one week, their first AP Poll appearance since 1959
    • Let go in March 2016 following a fourth sub-.500 season in the previous five years
  • Joined Josh Pastner‘s staff at Georgia Tech as an assistant in 2016; elevated to associate head coach in 2019
    • Part of the 2020-21 squad that won the ACC Tournament and earned an automatic NCAA bid
  • In April 2022, Reveno left GT to take over as associate head coach under Wayne Tinkle at Oregon State
  • Returned to his alma mater Stanford in 2024 to be the associate head coach under Kyle Smith

Eric Reveno Coaching Tree

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