Men's Basketball

    Strahinja Gavrilovic
    Strahinja Gavrilovic


    Kragujevac, Serbia

    High School:
    Rock Academy

    Height / Weight:
    6-9 / 225




    USC Falls at Cal, 77-64

    Pe'Shon Howard scores 17 points in loss.


    USC Falls To Stanford, 80-59

    Trojans come up short on the road


    USC Falls to Colorado, 83-74

    Byron Wesley scores 21 points and grabs eight rebounds in loss.


    Trojans Fall in Overtime to Stanford, 79-71

    Byron Wesley scores 18 points in loss.


    USC Hosts Long Beach State Tuesday

    Seek third 2-0 start in last 12 seasons


    USC vs. UCLA

    USATSI gallery, men's basketball


    USC vs. Utah

    Men's basketball, Thursdsay, Jan. 16, 2014


    USC vs. No. 1 Arizona

    Men's basketball, January 12, 2014

    BREAKDOWN: Strahinja Gavrilovic (gav-RILL-oh-vich) is a 6-foot-9, 225 pound sophomore forward with a solid inside and outside game out to three-point range. He made great strides during the summer and figures to battle for playing time at the forward position this season.

    2012-13: Gavrilovic played in six games totaling 11 minutes as a freshman. He grabbed a total of three rebounds and scored two points in his limited minutes which would project to 7.3 points and 10.9 rebounds per game when prorated for a full 40-minute game. Made his collegiate debut in the opener vs. Coppin State and had a rebound in one minute played. Scored two points and grabbed two rebounds at Arizona on Jan. 26.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Gavrilovic attended Rock Academy in San Diego, Calif. as a senior, but did not compete. Originally came to the U.S. to play at La Jolla Prep, but chose instead to enroll at Rock Academy. Honed his skills while playing for the Serbian U18 team at the European Championships which lost to Turkey in the finals. Was selected to play on the Serbian U20 team this summer, but elected to enroll in summer school at USC and begin his Trojan career.

    PERSONAL: Gavrilovic was born on April 5, 1993 in Kragujevac, Serbia. His father Zoran played professionally in Europe for more than a decade and is now the Secretary General of the Basketball Association in Serbia. Gavrilovic switched to the number 14 this season, the same number his father and grandfather wore when they played. He is an International Relations, Global Business major at USC.