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Changing Courts: Former OSU tennis star Adamovic suiting up for basketball

Basketball is Katarina Adamovic’s favorite sport.

She doesn’t like to dribble up and down the court, though, preferring to rather play defense.

The former Oklahoma State tennis phenom is spending one more year exhibiting her exuberant personality in front of the Cowgirl faithful. Instead of dazzling on...

In the news: Serbian big man Filip Petrusev commits to Gonzaga

Filip Petrusev, a 6-11 big man from Serbia who is considered one of the top young prospects in European basketball, has committed to play for Gonzaga, he told ESPN on Sunday.

"They are a big-time basketball school with great tradition, especially with international big men," Petrusev told ESPN. "They...

UND volleyball fueled by Serbian connection

UND seniors Tamara Merseli and Teodora Tepavac grew up two hours away from each other in Serbia, but the two never met until they took a 17-hour plane ride to the United States to play Division I volleyball.

Now, their close relationship helps them deal with living so far from home. And, now comfortable in Grand...

In the news: Vranes Reflects on Serbian National Team Experience
Southeast Missouri forward Milos Vranes is back in Cape Girardeau after an unforgettable experience this past summer.
Vranes, a senior at Southeast, proudly represented his country as a member of the Serbian National Basketball Team in the 2017 World University Games.
A native of Belgrade, Vranes first...

In the news: Serbian native Katarina Jokic concentrating on doubles play for Georgia women's tennis

Katarina Jokic, one of the fresh faces for Georgia’s women’s tennis team, is concentrating on improving her play in doubles as she prepares for the upcoming Big 5 Tournament in Fort Worth, Texas.

Jokic, who is from Zrenjanin, Serbia, expressed that she didn’t play much doubles prior to playing for...

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In the news: UND Seniors finding way 5,000 miles away from home

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (Valley News Live) -- Tamara Merseli and Teodora Tepavac are spending a summer day helping out high school volleyball players from across the region learn the tricks of the trade.

The pair are a long way from home.

Home, is Serbia, nestled in the heart of Europe, over 5,000 miles away from their...

In the news: Women’s Tennis signs Serbian standout Bojana Markovic

AUSTIN, Texas – University of Texas head women's tennis coach Howard Joffe announced Tuesday the signing of Serbian junior tennis standout Bojana Markovic (bo-YAHN-ah mar-KOH-vitch) to an athletics scholarship agreement (ASA). Markovic, who has ranked as high as No. 794 in the WTA women's...

In the news: L.C.'s Tomasic, others, get chance to represent country
WHITING — When Serbian national baseball coach Nikola Vucevic brought his team to the U.S., he had hopes of American-born players with Serbian roots noticing the Serbs do indeed play baseball.
The country will compete Group B of the European Championships in 2018 and play teams like Greece and Israel,...

Zonta Club of Joliet Awards Jane M. Klausman Scholarship
The Zonta Club of Joliet recently awarded Milica Maras the 2017 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship for women pursuing degrees in business leading to a business management field.
Maras is an international student-athlete currently pursuing an accounting degree in the College of Business at...

In the news: ETSU signs 6'10" big man from Serbia

East Tennessee State University men’s basketball head coach Steve Forbes and his staff announced Tuesday that Mladen Armus (Belgrade, Serbia) has signed his national letter of intent to join the Buccaneer program.

Armus played for head coach Charles Baker at Southwest Christian Academy in Little Rock,...