Milorad Cavic
Milorad Cavic

Player Profile

Tustin, Calif.

High School:
Tustin HS

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 206

Sprint Free/Fly/Back



JUNIOR IN 2004-05: A 2004 Olympian and one of the top sprinters in the nation, Cavic will lead a strong senior class after an All-American junior year...a part of three NCAA-winning relays, the 200 and 400 freestyle relays and the 200 medley relay, which he led off; 200 free relay time (1:15.78) set NCAA, U.S. Open, pool and school records...also led off fifth-place 400-medley relay at NCAA Championships...earned honorable mention All-America honors in the 50 free (9th in 19.41) and 100 butterfly (9th in 46.56) the Pac-10 Championships, swam the anchor leg of the winning 400 medley relay, swam the fly leg of Cal's winning 200 free relay, which set a then-school record (1:16.77) and led off second-place 200- and 400-medley relays...took second (46.50) in the 100 backstroke, third (19.46) in the 50 free and seventh (1:46.33) in the 200 fly.

SOPHOMORE IN 2003-04: All-American in the 100-meter butterfly, 400-freestyle relay, 200-medley relay and 400-medley relay and honorable mention All-American in the 50 NCAAs, was second in the 100 fly (50.81), swam second leg of runner-up 400-freestyle relay (3:10.68), and swam fly legs of third-place 200- (1:35.02) and fourth-place 400-medley relays (3:30.82)...set Cal, Pac-10 and meet records in the 100-yard fly (45.44) in winning the Pac-10 title.

FRESHMAN IN 2002-03: Swam the second leg on the Bears' 400-free relay team that set new NCAA, U.S. Open and school records (2:48.99) to win the title at the NCAA Championships...also placed second in the 50 free (19.37); his time ranked fourth on Cal's all-time top 10 list...led off Cal's 200 free relay team that took third place (1:17.39) at NCAAs, in which he also placed fourth in the 100 fly (46.41)...swam the fly leg on both the 200- (1:26.10) and 400-medley relays (3:08.68), that finished in fifth and fourth places, respectively, at NCAAs...won the 100 fly Pac-10 title in a conference championship record time of 46.32...also helped Cal win Pac-10 titles in the 200 (1:17.92) and 400 free relays (2:51.43), swimming the leadoff and third legs, respectively...also notched a runner-up finish in the 50 free (19.69) at the Pac-10 meet...his 50-free time at the meet was Cal's second fastest of the season...also swam the Bears' third-fastest time of the season in the 100 free (43.28)...set a school record in the 100 fly (46.10)...named the Dallas Morning News Invitational's Most Outstanding Swimmer after helping Cal to a first-place team finish by virtue of his wins in the 50 free and 100 fly and first leg performances in two relay wins.

INTERNATIONAL: At the 2005 World Championships in Montreal, took 10th in the 50- (24.03) and 100-meter (53.06) butterflies for Serbia & Montenegro...competed in the 2004 Athens Olympics...was the 2000 Yugoslavian champion in the 50-meter free, 100 free, 100 fly and 100 back.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2002 graduate of Tustin High School...won a national title in the 100-meter fly (53.30) and helped capture the 800-meter free relay title (7:44.42) as a member of the Novaquatics Club Team at the 2002 U.S. National Spring Championships...set eight school records...also set four CIF records and one U.S. national high school record in the 50 free (19.69)...earned seven CIF titles during high school...played varsity water polo two years.

PERSONAL: Political economies of industrialized societies major...parents are Dusko and Ljiljana, Daniel, is a sophomore basketball player at San Francisco...born May 31, 1984, in Anaheim, Calif.

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