Men's Water Polo

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    Jack Kocur
    Jack Kocur

    Position:
    Vol. Assistant Coach

    Experience:
    1st Season

    12/02/2012

    UNDEFEATED TROJANS WIN FIVE IN A ROW!

    USC beats UCLA 11-10 in a heart-stopping national championship game in the Trojans' home pool.

    11/25/2012

    Trojans Roll Undefeated To MPSF Title

    USC wins its eighth conference tournament championship behind a career-high four goals from Mace Rapsey.

    11/20/2012

    USC's Jovan Vavic Named U.S. Men's National Team Interim Head Coach

    Ten-time National Coach of the Year will lead the USA men in pursuit of World Championship qualification in 2013.

    11/20/2012

    USC's Jovan Vavic Named U.S. Men's National Team Interim Head Coach

    Ten-time National Coach of the Year will lead the USA men in pursuit of World Championship qualification in 2013.

    Jack Kocur enters his first season as a volunteer assistant at USC, coming to Troy from Pepperdine, where he was the head coach for six seasons.

    Kocur led the Waves to an overall record of 95-78 (.549), including winning records in three of his six seasons. In 2008, Kocur was named MPSF Co-Coach of the Year as the Waves went 21-7 overall, earning a No. 2 national ranking. Prior to becoming the head coach, Kocur was an assistant coach at Pepperdine for four seasons under Terry Schroeder, the head coach of the U.S. National Team.

    As a player, Kocur was a first-team All-American and a member of Pepperdine's 1997 national championship team. He also competed in more than 125 international games with the U.S. National Team.