|High School:||XII Belgrade Gymnasium|
UC SANTA BARBARA
2009 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
2009 FIRST TEAM ALL-MPSF
2009 ACADEMIC ALL-MPSF
2009: Played in 28 games for the Gauchos...Led UCSB with his 77 goals and led the MPSF with his 2.75 goals per game average, marking his second consecutive season as the league's scoring leader...Scored in all but three games he played in and had 22 multiple goal contests including 14 games with a hat trick or more...Was also second on the team with 11 assists and 45 earned penalties...Tallied 13 steals and seven field blocks...Brought his career goals total to 212, which ranks fourth all-time in UCSB history and makes him just the fourth player in program history to surpass 200 career goals (he is 32 goals away from tying Larry Mouchwar's school record)...Posted a streak of five multiple-goal games early in the season from Sept. 6 through Sept. 20 in which he scored 14 goals...Longest scoring streak of the season was from Oct. 11 until Nov. 7 when he scored 33 goals across nine games, including two games with six goals...Scored a season-high six goals on three occasions: at Long Beach State (Oct. 24), Stanford (Oct. 31) and Pepperdine (Nov. 21)...Was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Mikasa Co-Player of the Week on Oct. 26 after scoring six goals in an overtime thriller at Long Beach State...Ended the season amidst a seven-game scoring streak (Nov. 8 thru Nov. 29) in which he scored 23 goals...Earned First Team All-American and First Team All-MPSF honors for the second straight season...Also earned Academic All-MPSF honors for his diligence in the classroom...Could become just the fourth four-time All-American in the history of UCSB Athletics.
2008 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
2008 FIRST TEAM ALL-MPSF
2008 ACADEMIC ALL-MPSF
2008: Played in all 27 contests during his sophomore campaign and earned First Team All-American and First Team All-MPSF accolades...Was first on the team with 82 goals...Led the Gauchos with his 3.03 goals per game average, ranking first in the MPSF...Was tied first amongst the Gauchos with 21 assists...Accumulated 19 steals and earned 24 penalties or ejections...Posted 22 multiple-goal games, including 18 games with a hat trick or more, and led the team for scoring in 14 contests...Posted a season-high seven goals twice: against UC Irvine (Oct. 5) and Long Beach (Nov. 8)... Posted three goals in loss to powerhouse No. 1 USC (Oct. 4)...Led the team with 11 goals at the MPSF Tournament...Earned Academic All-MPSF honors and earned the UCSB Athletics Department Golden Eagle Ring Award for posting the highest GPA among Gaucho male student-athletes...Was named UCSB's Male Athlete of the Year at the SB Awards.
2007 MPSF NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR
2007 HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICAN
2007 SECOND TEAM ALL-MPSF
2007 ACWPC ALL-ACADEMIC
2007: Made an immediate impact as a true freshman earning him MPSF Newcomer of the Year and Second Team All-MPSF accolades...Played in 23 contests and was second on the team, and first amongst 2008 returners, with 53 goals...Led the Gauchos with his 2.3 goals per game average, ranking sixth in the MPSF...Was tied first amongst the Gauchos with 36 assists...Accumulated 18 steals and earned 19 penalties or ejections...Was third on the team with 13 field blocks...Posted 17 multiple-goal games, including seven games with a hat trick or more, and led the team for scoring in 10 contests...Posted a season-high five goals twice: against Pacific (Oct. 14) and UCLA in the final contest of the season (Nov. 25)...Posted four goals in loss to powerhouse USC (Oct. 10)...Had two goals in victory over Stanford (Oct. 27)...Led the team with nine goals at the MPSF Tournament...Was named ACWPC All-Academic for his performance in the classroom.
Attended XII Belgrade Gymnasium.
Played for Partizan Belgrade with which he has won more than 20 national championships and cups...Has earned several Most Valuable Player honors at tournaments...Won the European Championship with the Serbian National Youth Team, which he names as his most memorable athletic achievement...Played for the national youth and cadet teams for more than five years and in approximately 80 games...In addition to the European Championships, he also participated in several international tournaments in Gorizia-Italy, Sicily-Italy, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey, Croatia, Arta-Greece, Creta-Greece, Syros-Greece and the Diana Cup-Sofia.
Milos Golic was born on June 22, 1988 in Belgrade, Serbia...His parents are Milorad and Nadja Golic...Majoring in business and managerial economics at UCSB...Enjoys listening to music in his free time and his favorite artist is the Serbian band Riblja Corba ...He also enjoys reading, his favorite book is "Gates of Fire" by Steven Pressfield...In addition to water polo, he likes to play basketball, handball and snooker, a game similar to pool...His favorite movie is "Braveheart"...Chose UCSB because of the great education combined with the opportunity to play on a good water polo team.