NOTE: Pavlick suffered an injury if fall practice and was sidelined for his senior season of 2003.
Set to begin his third year as a starter in the defensive backfield ... is the Dukes' sixth-leading returning tackler ... enters his senior year with five career interceptions ... is an outstanding student who earned Verizon Academic All-America honors last season
as a junior (2002): Started all nine games in which he played ... saw his season cut short by a foot injury suffered in the regular season finale vs. Fairfield ... also missed the second game of the season at Siena due to injury ... finished the year with 29 tackles (18 solo) including three tackles for loss ... picked off two passes for 63 yards ... returned his first pick 32 yards vs. Bucknell and his second 31 yards at Canisius
As a sophomore (2001): Became a starter after Tim Pichette went down with a knee injury in the season opener ... started the last nine games of the regular season ... finished the year with 38 tackles (29 solo) ... picked off three passes on the season ... returned an interception 43 yards vs. La Salle ... posted a season-high seven tackles (five solo) at Butler and matched that with seven more stops (six solo) at Georgetown ... added eight tackles (five solo) and an interception in the ECAC Bowl loss to Sacred Heart
As a freshman (2000): Played in all 11 games ... scored two TDs as a standout on the special teams ... covered a blocked punt in the end zone at La Salle and jumped on a fumbled punt in the end zone for six more points at Siena ... finished the year with five tackles, a fumble forced and a fumble recovered
Personal: Is a two-time (2001 and '02) Verizon Academic All-District 2 First Team pick ... was also named to the Division I-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team in each of the last two seasons ... named to the MAAC All-Academic Team in '01 and '02 ... also a member of the DU Director of Athletics Honor Roll ... full name is Joseph Pavlick ... major: information technology ... date of birth: 9/15/81.