|| Eric Reveno
Eric Reveno, who played a major role in the success of Stanford basketball in the late 1980's, is in his eighth season on the Cardinal coaching staff, and his first season as associate head coach.
"Eric has been instrumental in the success of Stanford Basketball," said Cardinal head coach Trent Johnson. "We are very fortunate to have him on staff applying his coaching skills and working hard to obtain our lofty goals."
During his tenure at Stanford, Reveno has helped the Cardinal program grow into one of the nation's top basketball programs. Reveno, with his outstanding ability to coach and recruit, has helped Stanford build a 188-40 (.825) record during his tenure on The Farm, earn seven trips to the NCAA Tournament, make one trip to the Final Four, win four Pacific-10 titles, be a part of three #1 ranked teams, and help establish Stanford as one of the most respected programs in the United States.
As a Stanford graduate, Reveno has served as an invaluable mentor to the Cardinal student-athletes. He has helped guide 12 Cardinal players to 16 All Pac-10 Academic honors.
In Reveno's first season on The Farm, Stanford earned a berth at the 1998 NCAA Final Four. That season, Reveno helped lead one of the great Cardinal teams of all-time with a 30-5 record. That team broke or tied 18 school, Maples Pavilion and NCAA records.
In addition to being an excellent recruiter, Reveno has become one of the nation's most experienced and respected post play coaches. In recent years, he has been asked to teach post play at various camps and clinics around the country. At Stanford, Reveno has coached such outstanding frontline players as Mark Madsen, Jarron and Jason Collins, Curtis Borchardt, Tim Young and Rob Little.
Reveno played in 116 games during his four year career at Stanford (1984-89), including 30 games as a starter during his senior season in 1988-89. During that season, Reveno averaged 9.4 points and 5.1 rebounds per game. Reveno was the team's starting center and helped lead the Cardinal to a 26-7 record, a 15-3 mark in the Pac-10, and a #12 national ranking. The Cardinal advanced to the NCAA tournament, Stanford's first appearance in the tourney since the 1941-42 season.
Reveno is tenth all-time in blocked shots with 61. During his senior season, he was second on the team in steals with 40, and amongst the team leaders in shooting at 52 percent. After graduating from Stanford, Reveno played professional basketball in Japan from 1989-93.
Born March 12, 1966, Reveno graduated from Stanford in 1989 with a degree in Economics and obtained his Masters degree in Business Administration from Stanford in 1995.
For two years, he was president of Riekes Center in Menlo Park, a non-profit mentoring organization that trains junior high school to professional level athletes.
Reveno and his wife, Amanda, reside in Menlo Park. They have a child, Katie.
Menlo Park, Ca
The Menlo School
Stanford, B.A. Economics, 1989
Stanford, Masters Business Administration, 1995