PBA Inks Maja Jovic to a Women's Tennis National Letter of Intent
June 10, 2013
Written by: Michael Brown, Assistant A.D. for Communications
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.- With the task of replacing two seniors from his regular lineup from this past season, Palm Beach Atlantic women’s tennis head coach Chi Ly knew he would need to seek out talented and experienced players to fill the void. He feels he may have found a potential contributor with the national letter of intent signing of Maja Jovic.
An incoming freshman for 2013-14, Jovic will be looked upon to help ease the burden of the graduation of a pair of NCCAA All-Americans in Victoria Baca and Natalia Trotter.
A native of Serbia who now lives in Burlington, Canada, Jovic will have four years of eligibility as she suits up for the Fish beginning in the fall.
She is a product of the K12 International Academy and intends on pursuing a career in Physical Therapy. Like many PBA student-athletes, Jovic settled on PBA due to its Christian environment, great location and her sport of choice.
Maja is the daughter of Dragan and Zora Jovic and has two siblings, Stefan and Milica.