Honors & Awards
- University of Nebraska Graduate (May, 2000)
- Member of Two Nebraska National Championship Teams (1995, 1997)
Aaron Havlovic played in eight games as a reserve center during his four-year career. He graduated from Nebraska as a member of the 1995 and 1997 national championship teams.
Havlovic entered his senior season as the Huskers' backup center. He and Matt Baldwin helped secure the position behind starter Dominic Raiola. Havlovic saw action in three games.
Havlovic saw limited action in 1998 (one game) playing behind starter Josh Heskew, Raiola and Baldwin.
Havlovic played in one game as a reserve center.
In his first year of active competition, Havlovic saw action in two games.
A walk-on athlete, Havlovic redshirted his first year in Lincoln.
David City Aquinas High School
Havlovic earned first-team all-state honors in 1994 playing center and defensive tackle for the two-time state Class C champions. Havlovic was the bronze medal winner at the 1995 state wrestling championships and also lettered twice in track. He was a six-time academic all-state honoree and a National Honor Society member.
The son of Leonard and JoAnn Havlovic, Aaron was born on May 7, 1977. Aaron majored in mechanized systems management and earned his bachelor's degree from Nebraska in May of 2000.