Slovick enters his sixth season at Saint Xavier and serves as the Cougars' special teams coordinator and linebackers coach. Prior to SXU, he spent 11 seasons as football coach of former MSFA Midwest League rival University of St. Francis (Ill.).
In 2009, the Cougars set a school and MSFA single season record by posting 80 made PAT attempts. In addition, Slovick has had a linebacker receive All-American honors each of the past three seasons.
From 1986-92, Slovick was the defensive coordinator for the Fighting Saints. In 1987 and 1991, St. Francis was ranked among the NAIA's best in pass, rush and total defense.
In 1995, when St. Francis (Ill.)was a NCAA Division II member, the Fighting Saints ranked second in the Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference in both total defense (305 ypg) and rushing defense (152.8 ypg).
Slovick earned his bachelor of arts degree in political science from Lewis University (Ill.) in 1971 and a master's degree in physical education from Eastern Illinois University in 1974.
Slovick resides in Joliet and has a 27-year-old son, Shane.