Ranking the Coaches in the WCC

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March. 2, 2013; Spokane, WA, USA; Portland Pilots head coach Eric Reveno looks on during a game against the Gonzaga Bulldogs during the first half at the McCarthey Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

No. 6- Eric Reveno (Portland)

By David Thompson (Twitter Handle: @davidvthompson)

Through seven seasons, Portland Head Coach Eric Reveno has been a great ambassador for the University of Portland. An all-star on Twitter, Reveno has put an emphasis on doing things the right way. He has focused on recruiting high character student athletes who compete on the court and in the classroom.

Also, through seven seasons Reveno has accumulated some wins. He averaged 20 wins a season between 2009-2011, earning the 2009 WCC Coach of the Year award. The problem is that he’s piled up more losses. He’s a combined 96-121 over those seven seasons, and this year could really decide what Portland does moving forward. As much as the Portland community and fans love Reveno for who he is and the way he goes about business, winning is still the measuring stick for head coaches and unless he puts more W’s on the board, his time in Portland may end sooner rather than later.