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8   Rade Kokovic
Rade Kokovic

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Belgrade, Serbia

High School:
International

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170

Position:
MIdfield


2005: Played midfield in 18 of Loyola's 19 games ... started all 18 of those contests ... earned first-team All-MAAC honors for second consecutive year ... led the Greyhounds with six assists ... also scored one goal to finish season with eight points ... notched two assists against both American and Iona ... scored game-winning goal in 2-1 win over Niagara ... had season-high three points against the Purple Eagles ... ended season with .407 shot-on-goal percentage

2004: Started 16-of-17 games played at midfield ... led the team with 19 points ... scored five goals, including game-winning penalty kick at Iona ... took two of Loyola's three penalty kicks and converted on both ... had a goal and an assist against Robert Morris and Iona for a career-best three points ... registered a season-high two assists at Fairfield ... scored points in five consecutive games from Sept. 18 (William & Mary) to Oct. 10 (Fairfield) ... was named a first-team All-MAAC midfielder ... ended season with .500 shot-on-goal percentage

2003: Played in 18 games, started six at defense ... scored first career goal in 5-0 win over Iona ... had an assist in 5-1 win over Rider ... finished season with three points ... played in all three of Loyola's MAAC Tournament games

Before Loyola: Played four years of soccer, three of basketball and two of water polo at The International High School of Belgrade ... captained both the soccer and basketball squads ... was a Yugoslavian Youth National Team Player ... named Sportsman of the Year from 2001-03 ... both soccer and basketball teams won championship titles

Personal: The son of Djoko and Vesna Kokovic, Radomir Kokovic was born on January 6, 1984 in Kraljevo, Serbia ... has one sister, Olga, a student at the European University in Barcelona ... majoring in political science at Loyola