Head Varsity Coach
Coach Vancil is a 2005 graduate of Beaverton High School where he excelled in football, basketball, and baseball. He enters his 7th year at the helm of the Beaverton Basketball program. In his first 6 seasons, Vancil compiled an overall record of 99-57 and a Metro League record of 55-23. In his 6 seasons at BHS, Vancil has won 2 Metro League titles, Metro League Coach of the Year, and has led the Beavers to the OSAA playoffs every season. Vancil enters his 8th year as a Health and Physical Education teacher at Beaverton High School.
Matt Hottmann is in his 14th year on the Beaverton Basketball staff, having served in a variety of roles. After captaining the Linfield College tennis team for three years and helping coach the Wildcats for two more, he returned to where he grew up and accepted a teaching position at Beaverton High School. Now entering his 18th year as the head boys’ tennis coach and as an English/Social Studies teacher, Matt is excited to continue to invest in the Beaverton community. He is often seen supporting BHS programs with his die-hard Tennessee Volunteer wife, Caroline, and their two kids, son Brady (15) and daughter Avery Cate (12).
Deangelo graduated from BHS in 2010. He was a 3 year varsity letter winner, a two time First Team All-Metro selection, an Honorable Mention All-State selection, and led the Metro League in scoring his junior year. He attended and played basketball at Western Oregon University. Deangelo will be a varsity assistant for the Beavers as soon as we get going.
Head JV Coach
Coach Glasgow graduated from Cleveland High School in 2007 where he was a 2-time All-PIL performer and captain of the basketball team. He went on to compete at St. Martin’s University. Upon graduation from college he returned to CHS to begin his coaching career, serving in a variety of roles at the high school and youth levels. He then came to Beaverton to join Coach Rier, whom he coached with at Cleveland. After serving as an assistant coach at the JV and varsity levels for two seasons, he spent last year coaching in the BHS Youth program. Coach Glasgow is excited to be a part of the high school staff again and appreciative to Coach Vancil for giving him the opportunity to work with a great community and group of players. During the day he works as a PE/Health teacher at Roosevelt High School in North Portland.
JV Assistant Coach
Coach Rier has been teaching and coaching for 40 years. He has coached teams throughout the P.I.L. at the Freshman, J.V. and Varsity levels. For the past four years, he has acted as the Freshman and J.V. coach at Beaverton High School. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from University of Oregon and holds a Master’s degree from Portland State University. He lives in Beaverton with his wife, Cyndy, and is a retired teacher of Physical Education in the Portland School District. Coach Rier enjoys his time at Beaverton High School tremendously, both as a coach and substitute teacher, and he looks forward to another season with the players and staff.
Head Freshman Coach
Coach Drew Halvorson is excited to be the Freshman Boys Basketball coach at Beaverton High School. Halvorson previously coached at Aloha and West Albany High School. As a student at West Albany, Drew earned varsity letters in basketball and as the quarterback of the football team. After high school Halvorson earned his Bachelor's and Master of Science Degrees in Kinesiology from Oregon State University. A longtime athlete and coach, Drew has worked with basketball and football teams at Oregon State, coached youth and high school sports teams, and previously worked for the Albany Boys and Girls Club in the Athletic Department as an associate athletic director. Drew is currently a Physical Education teacher in the Beaverton School District.
Freshman Assistant Coach
Coach Hawkins is from Beaverton, OR and graduated from Westside Christian High School in 2003 where he was a four- sport athlete including four-year letterman in soccer and a two-year letterman in basketball as a point guard. He played soccer at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ for two years and finished his college at Oregon State University. His passion for basketball led him back to coaching and has actively been coaching for the past 7 years. Tom is excited to carry on the Beaverton basketball tradition and be a part of the entire Beaverton community.
Head JV2 Coach
Coach Patrick Burton has made Basketball a priority in his life for over 17 years. He began playing for the Beaverton Metro program in 6th grade, progressed to the varsity level, and carried his passion for the game over to the coaching in 2007. His coaching career began in Eugene, OR, coaching for the South Eugene Youth Development Program. After 3 years of serving the Eugene community and earning his degree in Finance from the Lundquist College of Business, he returned to the place where he truly learned to love basketball, Beaverton. In the last 6 years, Pat has excelled as a coach and mentor. He has been an asset to the Beaverton Metro program, and his passion for the game is evident. He leads with integrity, excitement, and with the mantra “Never throw in the towel, use it to wipe the sweat off your face,” to guide him, he inspires his players to do their best and leave it all out on the floor.
Assistant JV2 Coach
Coach Jeff Attila has cultivated a diverse mix of basketball experiences throughout his life. Jeff grew up in La Grande where he played at the varsity level, graduating from LHS in 2007. Throughout his early childhood he spent his free time in the gym, usually at Eastern Oregon University learning from their players and coaches. When Jeff moved to Eugene for college at University of Oregon he organized an annual charity 3-on-3 tournament and following his junior year, interned with the Charlotte Hornets. Upon graduating from Oregon, Jeff began a career working with adidas and has been a part of a variety of adidas basketball programs over the past 9 years. Jeff joined the Beaverton coaching family in 2014 and has found purpose in serving the community and contributing positively towards the education and development of the next generation.