m-soccer Milos Kocic Bio - Loyola University Maryland Official Athletic Site

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Milos Kocic

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Leskovac, Serbia

High School:
Vojislav Nikolajevic

Last College:
St. John's

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 200

Position:
Goalkeeper


2007: Played all 2,098 minutes in goal for the Greyhounds ... matched school record with 17 shutouts (tied Zach Thornton - 1993) ... led the nation in goals against average with impressive 0.47 goals allowed per game ... was second in the country in save percentage at .889 ... made 88 saves in goal ... earned first-team All-MAAC honors ... also named MAAC Tournament Most Valuable Player after leading the Greyhounds to three straight shutout wins and the championship ... allowed just two goals in home games all season ... had fourteen shutouts in Loyola's last 15 games ... enters the season on a scoreless streak of 759:34

2006: Started and played two complete games in goal for the Greyhounds ... both of those games were against ranked opponents in No. 3 Maryland and No. 20 Old Dominion ... held third-ranked Terrapins to one goal in 90 minutes ... finished season with eight total saves and solid .667 save percentage

Before Loyola: Played three seasons of varsity soccer at Vojislav Nikolajevic ... also participated in basketball and swimming ... was soccer team captain two seasons ... was selected to European Championship team in 2003 ... attended St. John's University in 2005-06 ... sat out season with a redshirt

Personal: The son of Miodrag and Marina Kocic... born in Leskovac, Serbia ... has one sister, Marigan ... majoring in international business at Loyola