Bosko Djurickovic begins his 15th season as Carthage's head coach in 2012-13 after a stellar career (1985-1994) at North Park University. With the Vikings, Mr. Djurickovic coached two NCAA Division III Championship teams, one in 1985 and the other in 1987. He is one of 13 active coaches to have won two or more national titles. His 24-year record is 437-203 (241-124 in 14 years at Carthage, 196-79 in 10 years at North Park), an overall winning percentage of .683. His 398 career wins starting the 2008-09 season placed him 31st all-time among NCAA Division III coaches, and his .680 career winning percentage (398-187) was ranked 32nd nationally among active coaches.
While at Carthage, he served as a member of the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Central Regional Championship Committee. He came to Carthage in 1996.
He and his wife, Becky, live in Pleasant Prairie, Wis., and have three children: Amanda (23 years old and a Carthage graduate), Steve (age 22 and a Carthage senior) and Pete (age 19), a Carthage sophomore.