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Coach Erickson is entering his 25th full season as the skipper of the Rams. In his tenure, the Reavis baseball program has garnered 450 wins, six conference titles and two regional crowns. Erickson, who was inducted into the IHSBCA Hall of Fame in 2016, is a three-time winner of the Reavis Coach of the Year Award (1997, 1998, 2008) and a two-time winner of the SICA Coach of the Year Award (2002 & 2005). After graduating from Glenbard North High School in 1987, Erickson attended Upper Iowa University where he received his BA in 1991 and was a three-year letter winner in baseball for the Peacocks. He holds Masters degrees from National Louis University and University of St. Francis and is currently the Director of Information and Educational Technology at Reavis.
Don is married to Carrie (Preimesberger, Class of 1991) and has a daughter, Emma (14), and a son, Samuel (12).
Canan, who began coaching the varsity Rams in 1997, has been part of the last six conference championships. A Burbank native, Canan played Burbank National Little League before starring for Coach Czarnecki's Rams in the early 1980's. In 1982, he was named all-conference shortstop for Reavis, and then played stints with Southeast Missouri State and Moraine Valley Community College before earning a baseball scholarship with the University of Illinois. After a steller career with the Illini, Canan was drafted in the seven round by the Chicago Cubs and played seven seasons in the Cubs' minor league system. Canan is a hitting instructor at Diamond Edge Academy in Willowbrook and Line Drive Academy in Bedford Park.
After serving ten seasons as the head sophomore coach, Morack will be in his seventh year with the Varsity. Morack recently stepped down from his position as head coach of the boys soccer team when he was promoted to athletic director. During his successful run in soccer, Bob won the Reavis Coach of the Year Award five times (2006, 2009, 2012, 2016, and 2017). Besides being a two-year starting varsity catcher at Reavis (1995-96), Morack also played on the District 15 Big League team that won the National Championship and finished second in the world to Taiwan in 1996. After high school, Morack played collegiate baseball at Moraine Valley Community College and Chicago State University. He holds a Masters degree from St. Xavier University.
Bob has three daughters, Madelyn, Evelyn, and Jaclyn.
Scheiner, who works with many of the pitchers at Reavis, will enter his seventh season as head sophomore coach. Erik joined the Ram staff in 2004 and continues to pitch in several men's leagues during the summer and fall months. A graduate of Stagg High School, Erik starred for the Chargers varsity squad in 1997 and 1998, before continuing his baseball career at Chicago State University. Besides his BA from CSU, Scheiner has MA degrees from Governor's State University and University of St. Francis. Erik, a math teacher at Reavis, is also the head boys' bowling coach and a winner of the Reavis Coach of the Year (2015).
Erik is married to Ashley (Wegele) and has a son, Brett, and a daughter, Brynn.
This is Flood's seventh season with the Rams. A 2001 graduate of Reavis, Flood played football, basketball, and baseball for the Rams. He had a great high school baseball career that included two conference championships and all-conference honors in 2001. The Burbank native then attended Benedictine University in Lisle, where he majored in math–education and lettered in baseball for four years. Flood also holds a Master's degree from Olivet Nazarene University. After graduation, Ryan taught math at Oak Lawn for two years. In 2008, Flood came back to his alma mater, where he currently teaches math.
Ryan is married to Juliann (Larson) and has a daughter Alaina.
Kyle, a 2010 graduate of Reavis, will be helping out with the varsity squad this season. While at Reavis, Kyle played three sports all four years and earned six varsity letters in football, wrestling, and baseball. On the diamond, McKinley started at first base as a senior and was named both Mr. Hustle Award winner and Robert Regalado Scholarship recipient. Kyle graduated from Lewis University in 2014 and has been teaching Special Education and coaching baseball and soccer at Reavis for the past four years.
Kyle is engaged to Valerie Pater and they have a dog named Wilson.