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  Nesho Milosevic

Nesho Milosevic

Player Profile


Bar, Montenegro

Last College:
Sierra College - CA

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 245



2007-08: Named to the 2007-08 men's basketball Division I Independent second team (2-time Division I Player of the Week). ... ranks 11th among independent individual leaders in points per game with (12.5 ppg) while leading the Highlanders with 363 points and 234 rebounds (8.1 ppg). ... Nesho averaged (14.3ppg) and (9.2 rpg) in 9 games vs. Division I Independents, including 4 double-doubles while averaging (17.3 ppg) and (10 rpg) in NJIT's seven February games. ...Overall, he scored double-figures in 19 out of 29 games while recording eight double-doubles on the season. He scored a personal-high 27 points against Utah Valley matching the highest scoring game by an NJIT player since the program moved up to Division I competition at the start of the 2006-07 season. ... he pulled down 16 rebounds at Maine, which was the most ever for NJIT in a Division I game, surpassing his own mark of 15 set last season against IPFW on February 17.

2006-07: Named to the Division I Independent Newcomer 1st team (3-time Division I Newcomer of the Week) and NJIT's Male Newcomer of the Year (entire athletic program). ... led the Highlanders with 7 rpg ... 10 double-figure scoring games and seven double-figure rebound games, with four double-doubles. ... high of 15 rebounds (2/17 vs. IPFW), two games with 14, plus 10 vs. St. John's of the Big East (12/21). ... NJIT's leading rebounder in 17 games, leading scorer twice ... 3rd on the team with 8.3 ppg and 2nd with 26 blocked shots. ... double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds in NJIT's first Division I game, an upset over defending MAAC champion Manhattan. ... posted personal-best 21 points, with 10 rebounds at Longwood in NJIT's last win of the season (2/19). Shot 8-11 from the field and 5-5 at the line.

Prior to NJIT: Played one season in junior college at Sierra College in CA. ... Played club ball for "Buducnost", Podgorica. Club won the U18 and U16 championships of Serbia and Montenegro and Montenegro alone. ... secondary school was Slobodan Skerovic.

Personal: Nemanja Milosevic ... son of Nebojsa and Snezana Milosevic. ... older brother, Steven, plays professionally for "Buducnost" from Montenegro. ... father played professionally in Europe for 20 years and younger brother, Milos, plays in high school. ... civil engineering major. .... ... born 7/4/87 in Cetinje, Montenegro.


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