| Milan Radovic
Milan Radovic competed in 17 games throughout the season and finished with one goal, one assist, 13 shots, and six shots on goal ... earned a game-winning assist vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson (9/11) ... scored a goal against Coastal Carolina in the Big West Challenge (9/27).
After a one-year hiatus, Radovic returned to the pitch for the Matadors and started in 16 of the 17 games he played in ... took 21 total shots, the fourth-highest total on the team ... seven of his shots were on-goal ... finished the season with three points ... earned an assist against Cal State Bakersfield (9/5) ... scored the equalizing goal at UC Santa Barbara (10/8).
Radovic did not appear in a match in 2007.
Radovic battled a hand injury and played in eight matches ... had three shots with one on goal on the year, with all of them coming against San Francisco on Sept. 15.
Radovic redshirted the 2005 season.
CHATSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL
Radovic prepped at Chatsworth High School in Chatsworth, Calif. ... earned All-West Valley League and All-City honors as a senior ... also named league Most Valuable Player in 2005 ... named to the Daily News All-Area team in his junior year ... graduated in 2005 with a 3.0 grade point average.
Born on September 14, 1987 in Lima, Peru ... mother is Orietta Barreto and father is Miodrag Radovic ... stepfather is Carlos Ordoñez ... has four brothers, Milovan, Mirko, Mihailo and Milenko ... favorites inclue soccer stars Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Ronaldinho and the movies "Finding Neverland" and "Man on Fire" ... says his greatest moment in sports was "getting recruited by CSUN", while his most embarrassing moment was "when he was eight years old and had a penalty kick go between his legs as a goalie" ... lists the best thing about being an athlete as staying healthy and fit ... states that if he were the President of the NCAA for a day, he would take the day off ...lists the person in history he would most like to meet is Tupac Shakur ... believes the biggest obstacle he has had to overcome was having to adapt to the U.S. after coming from Peru ... majoring in Psychology.