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Milica Babic

Milica Babic

Fr. | 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 at Kentucky vs. Murray State (2/12/17)
Smallbore 589
vs. Nebraska (1/22/2017)
 

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 Schie├čsportzentrum 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.

Thrasher, Babic Bound for Munich

By Shannon McNamara | May 18, 2017

West Virginia University rifle All-Americans Ginny Thrasher and Milica Babic will compete for the United States and Serbia, respectively, at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Munich, May 19-23, at the Olympic Shooting Range in Hochbr├╝ck, Germany.