Coach Davidovich played high school baseball at James Madison HS in Vienna, VA. Followed by a playing stint at Samford University he graduated from the University of Mary Washington. Coach Davidovich began his coaching career in the late-1990's as an assistant at James Madison HS and as a head coach with the Vienna Mustangs summer travel baseball program. His 18 and under Mustangs teams regularly competed at the national level and won a bracket championship at the Cocoa Expo International Tournament in 1999. Coach Davidovich joined the St. Paul VI Catholic HS coaching staff as a varsity assistant in 2003 and was on staff at PVI until 2016, winning 4 State Championships, 3 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Championships, and numerous years being nationally ranked. During that time, Coach Davidovich also coached some of the top college players in the country as an assistant with the Fairfax Nationals of the Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League. Since 2016, Coach Davidovich has been heavily involved with coaching his two sons, Ryan and Tyler, as well as developing other young players and being a board member for Vienna Little League. Coach Davidovich is a USA Baseball Certified Coach (levels A,B,C) and member of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA). He resides in Vienna, VA with his wife Donna and two sons Ryan and Tyler.