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Coaching Carousel: Eric Reveno Out at Portland

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Portland is looking for their first new head coach in over a decade.

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

A day after Mark Few tongue lashed the WCC and the lack of competitiveness the Portland Pilots have moved on from ten year head coach Eric Reveno.

Reveno was 140-177 at Portland and is coming off a 12-19 season with just a 6-12 mark in the WCC. He posted four winning seasons over his tenure punching a ticket to the CIT each of those seasons where he was 0-4. He was the conference's Coach of the Year in 2010 when the Pilots went 21-11.

In a statement from the school Reveno said:

"I am very grateful for the opportunity given to me here at the University of Portland and will always cherish the relationships built with players, faculty, and staff over the years. We strived to do things the right way, help players be their best, and win a championship. We were successful in two out of three areas. I believe the program is left on very solid ground and wish Portland tremendous success in the future."

Prior to his time at Portland, Reveno was an assistant coach at Stanford (his alma mater) from 1997 to 2006.

The school will now begin a national search.