Second Season

Stanford, 2004

Matt Lottich joined the Valparaiso men’s basketball coaching staff as an assistant coach in the summer of 2013, and is entering his second season in 2014-2015. ┬áDuring his first season on the Crusader bench, Lottich helped lead Valpo to 18 victories, including a postseason berth for the fourth consecutive season.

Lottich played professionally most recently in Japan in the bj League, spending eight years in Japan in two separate stints. Lottich suited up for the Oita Heat Devils from 2009 through 2012, serving as team captain all four years and earned league All-Star recognition in 2011. He also helped Osaka Evessa to three league championships in a four-year period from 2005 through 2008, three times earning All-Star honors en route to titles.

Lottich played collegiately at Stanford University, where he was named to the Wooden Award midseason candidates list as a senior in 2004. Lottich would go on to be named an NABC All-Star, awarded to the top-15 college basketball seniors, as he helped guide Stanford to the Pac-10 title.

Lottich earned Honorable Mention All Pac-10 accolades as a senior and earned a spot on the conference’s All-Tournament Team. Lottich, who totaled 891 points for the Cardinals over his four-year career, also was a part of their conference championship squad in 2000-2001 as a freshman. He ranks among Stanford’s single-season and career best in 3-pointers made as well.

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