|Title:||Assistant, Men's Basketball Coach|
|Previous College:||University of San Francisco|
German Srulovich joins the College of Central Florida Men’s basketball staff as an assistant coach in the Fall of 2019. Coach Srulovich’s responsibilities include recruiting, academics, skill development, and scouting.
Prior to joining the Patriots staff, Srulovich spent two seasons with Hapoel Jerusalem in Israel as an Assistant Coach and an Advanced Scout. Jerusalem played in the EuroCup, Champions League, and the Israeli League. Jerusalem finished with 2nd Best Record in the 2018 season and were Semi-Finalist in the Winner Cup. Jerusalem’s roster included Amare Stoudamire, Austin Daye, Curtis Jerrells and Jerome Dyson.
In the 2016 season, Srulovich was part of the Sacramento Kings coaching staff as a Seasonal Video Intern. His duties included: working on film breakdown, player development, and offensive analytics.
Prior to the Sacramento Kings staff, Srulovich was the Head Coach of GBA Praha. GBA was featured in the 2nd Division Professional League in Prague, Czech Republic. Coach Srulovich also assisted with the U19 team for the club.
Srulovich’s collegiate experience comes from the University of San Francisco under Rex Walters. He served as an Assistant Video Coordinator for three seasons. During his tenure with the Dons, Srulovich helped develop 10 All-West Coast Conference selections. While at USF, Srulovich was apart of three post-season births including an NIT appearance in 2013. In 2013-14, USF compiled its most wins (21) since the 1981-82 season and its most conference victories (13) since the 1976-77 campaign.
German Srulovich has also worked with the Golden State Warriors analytics department, NBA Summer League, Adidas Nations, and USA Basketball Coaches Clinics.