Clarksville, Ark.-The University of the Ozarks athletic department has added four new assistant coaches for the 2005-2006 year, announced by Director of Athletics Dave De Hart.
Bojan Jankovic has been named the assistant men’s basketball coach. Jankovic began his coaching career in Serbia where he coached the first and junior Vojvoda Stepa club teams from 1998-2000. He then went on to serve as an assistant coach and junior coach of the Radnicki professional club team from 2000-2004. Jankovic starred at Mount Senario College in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, and later played professionally in Russia and Serbia. He is a native of Belgrade, Serbia. Cameron Osborne has been named the assistant men’s and women’s cross country coach. Osborne competed on the cross country team at Ozarks for four years. She ended her career as one of the top female runners in school history. Osborne holds the third-fastest 5K time at Ozarks when she ran a 21:50 at the Hendrix Orange Crush Invitational in 2000. She is a native of Dallas, Texas. Will Brahic has been named the assistant women’s soccer coach. Brahic, from Turlock, California, was a two-year letter-winner on the men’s soccer team at Ozarks. He was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas All-America All-Central Region Third Team in 2004 and was two-time All-American Southwest Conference performer at Ozarks. He was named a 2002 NSCAA/Adidas Junior College First Team All-America at Modesto Junior College. Christina Jost has been named the assistant softball coach. A native of Arlington Heights, Illinois, Jost graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education in 1999 and was a member of the Dean’s List there. Jost coached Buffalo Grove High School (Illinois) junior varsity team for two years. She also coached their summer league team for two seasons. Jost also serves as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Ozarks.