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This is Coach Lovic's 21st year as head coach for the Jackets where he has amassed over 150 wins in his career. He has also won three conference titles, 1997, 2004 and 2016. Coach Lovic has had the honor of working with over 60 different SELC All Conference players, including 21 MCLA All Americans. He also won two divisional championships in the U17 Vail Lacrosse Shootout (2001, 2002) with the Southeast All Stars.
Coach Lovic grew up in Baltimore, MD playing for Loyola Blakefield. He graduated from James Madison University in 1993. He took over the Tech program in 1997 while in graduate school in Atlanta. He currently plays for the Southern Empire Men's Lacrosse Club.
He was awarded the Southeastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) Coach of the Year in 2010, 2015 and 2016 and the SELC Service Award in 2009. The Georgia Chapter of US Lacrosse honored Coach Lovic with induction into their US Lacrosse Chapter Hall of Fame in 2015 and Excellence in Growing the Game Award in 2011. Coach Lovic has also served as the director and owner of GT Lacrosse Camps since its inception in 2002.
This past year he took the Jackets to their first MCLA Final Four appearance losing to the eventual champions Chapman University. In 2016 Tech completed one of their best seasons in their history with a 16-1 record, SELC Title, advancing to the MCLA Final Four and finishing the season ranked #3 in the country. Currently Coach Lovic serves as the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association's (MCLA) President, helping oversee the operations of the 200+ association of collegiate club lacrosse teams. He served as the MCLA Vice President for Competition from 2007-2012 and also as the SELC Vice President from 2004-2009. He resides in Atlanta, GA with his wife of 16 years, Beth, and their four year old son, Kade and two dogs Cooper and Logan.
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