Pete Gillen returns for his second season on Dial Global.   Before joining the broadcast ranks as a game analyst, Gillen was a very successful coach.   He launched his collegiate coaching career as an assistant at the University of Hawaii with Rick Pitino.   Gillen followed that with assistant coaching stints at Virginia Military Institute, Villanova University and the University of Notre Dame. He was head basketball coach at Xavier University from 1985 to 1994, Providence College from 1994 to 1998, and the University of Virginia from 1998 to 2005.   At Xavier, Gillen compiled an impressive record, taking the Musketeers to the NCAA tournament seven times and to the NIT tournament once (1994).   Gillen is still the most successful coach in school history at Xavier, having won 202 games in the third-longest tenure ever for a XU coach.  Following his success at Xavier, Gillen was hired at Providence, taking two trips to the NIT before the Friar's 1997 run to the Elite Eight.   Gillen's seven Virginia teams compiled an overall record of 118 - 93 and competed in five postseason tournaments.  The Cavaliers participated in the 2001 NCAA Tournament and in the National Invitation Tournament four times.