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Milica Babic

Milica Babic

So. | 5-10 | Belgrade, Serbia | Sports Grammar School

High School

  •  Member of the Serbian Youth National Team and gained extensive international shooting experience
  •  Won the junior women’s 50m rifle 3 positions and placed second in the junior women’s 10m air rifle at the 26th Meeting of the Shooting Hopes in May 2016
  •  Back-to-back fifth-place finishes in the junior women’s 10m air rifle and junior women’s 50m rifle 3 positions at the 2014 and 2015 European Championships, respectively
  •  Earned two national titles, including the 2014 Best National Junior Woman title
  •  Broke more than 15 national records, including 13 from 2014-15
  •  Was one of six European youth female competitors to compete at the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympics

Personal

  • Daughter of Dušan Babic and Brankica Babic Bauer
  •  Has one brother
  •  Birthday is September 24
  •  Majoring in engineering 
 
Career Air Rifle
Year Matches Avg. High
2016-17 15 595.2 599
              
Career Smallbore
Year Matches Avg. High
2016-17 15 581.3 589     
    
Career Highs
Air Rifle 599 vs. Murray State (Lexington, Ky.) (2/12/17)
Smallbore 589
vs. Nebraska (1/22/2017)
 

Mountaineer Duo Claims Top-10 Finishes

By Shannon McNamara | August 02, 2017

Two members of the West Virginia University rifle team combined for a pair of top-10 finishes last week at the 2017 European Shooting Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Four Ready for Junior World Championships

By Shannon McNamara | June 21, 2017

Three current Mountaineers and one incoming freshman will represent the West Virginia University rifle team at the 2017 International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Junior World Championship Rifle/Pistol, held June 24-28, at the SchieƟsportzentrum in Suhl, Germany.

Babic, Thrasher Complete Time in Munich

By Shannon McNamara | May 23, 2017

West Virginia University rifle All-Americans Milica Babic and Ginny Thrasher have concluded competition at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Munich, held at the Olympic Shooting Range in Hochbruck, Germany.