Started 18 matches during freshman campaign...posted career-high 11 kills in five-set win at South Carolina...matched career best with 11 kills against Creighton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...eight matches with at least seven kills, four with 10 or more...first double-digit effort came with 10 kills against Saint Louis...committed no errors on 15 swings against the Billikens, good for a .667 hitting percentage...career best five total blocks against Texas State...combined for 12 kills and .450 hitting percentage during home weekend against No. 19 Kentucky and Ole Miss...tallied 10 kills and a .500 hitting percentage (10-1-18) in four-setter at Alabama...matched career high with five total blocks against South Carolina and Mississippi State...averaged 2.50 k/s with a .591 hitting percentage (15-2-22) during final home stand.
Prior to Arkansas
Dapic, a native of Split, Croatia, brings a wealth of international experience to Fayetteville as a member of the Croatian Junior National Team. Most recently, she played with Croatia at the 2013 International Memorial Tournament in Italy. Dapic helped her country to a second-place finish at the qualifying event for the 2012 European Championships in Slovenia. She is also set to help Croatia qualify for the Junior World Championships in an upcoming event in Bulgaria. Dapic played club volleyball with OK Brda.
Born March 11, 1995, Barbara Dapic is the daughter of Miro and Mare Dapic, and has three siblings in Nikolina, Anamarija and Ivan. She is undecided regarding her major at Arkansas.