Belarus - Israel 69-61 There was no mercy for Israel in Minsk at the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. Belarus overcame the visiting side 69:61 in Day 3 for a perfect record on top. It was the game for the top position in Group A. The hosts started with 19:18 and led one points at the halftime. Troina and Levitsky exchanged for 34:33 score on the board. Cohen later gave the guests 35:34 lead, while Troina tied the game at 39:39. Anufryienka and Anastasiya Veremeenko (194-C-87) closed the period at 54:47 for Belarus. Trafimava and Tarasava scored for 63:54 and Anufryienka brought 65:58. Doron meanwhile was the last to score in the game for the final result. Anastasiya Veremeenko led the way with 20 points and Troina nailed 15. Tarasava delivered 10, while Tatsiana Likhtarovich (179-G/F-88, agency: LBM Management) and Haradzetskaya scored 6 each. Cohen finished the game with 17 points in defeat, while Doron posted 16. Levitsky netted 12 and Zairy poured in 9.
Hungary - Portugal 80-45 Hungary wins the initial game in Miskolc at the start of day 3 of the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. The host overcame Portugal 80:45 as the latter fell at 0-3 record. Narrowly beaten at Belarus in their first game a week ago, Hungary blew away the Portuguese in Group A. They started with 23:12 in the first period and never looked behind after. Portugal bounced back with 13-11 in the second frame as Carla Freitas (170-G-80) closed the half at 34:25. The third quarter became decisive as the hosts erupted with 30-14 burst to take 64:39 advantage. Another 16-6 in the last stanza brought them their first victory in the group. Nagy-Bujdoso top-scored for the inners with 18 points and Allie Quigley (180-G-86, college: De Paul) nailed 17. Honti posted 11, while Horti added 9. Carla Freitas replied with 14 points in the losing effort, while Oliveira and Nascimento poured in 6 apiece.
Montenegro - Poland 59-50 Montenegro pull away from Poland at the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. The winners improved to 3-0 record on top of Group B after 59:50 win. Poland meanwhile fell at 1-1 record. Montenegro won the opening period 15:8 as Jelena Dubljevic (191-C-87) made a jump shot. Aleksic nailed three for 21:13 and Skerovic made the same at 25:15. Ana Turcinovic (190-C-93) and Skerovic later closed the half at 33:21. Montenegro continued their dominance and added 17-13 in the third period. Poland responded with 16-9 in the last period but could reduce only to 9. Murphy top-scored for the winners with 12 points for the perfect record. Jelena Skerovic (176-G-80, agency: Josep and Nicolas), Aleksic and Jelena Dubljevic each added 11. Agnieszka Skobel (179-F-89) ended up with 16 points in the losing effort.
Serbia - Switzerland 88-64 Serbia opened win count at the 2013 EuroBasket Qualifying Round. They knocked down Switzerland at home court to improve at 1-1 record in Group B. Marina Mandic delivered 18 points to lead the home team. Switzerland fell at 1-2 record after the loss. Serbia started to build their lead steadily right from the start. They accumulated a 49:32 halftime lead. The Swiss team cut the deficit in the third term. They got within 13 points at the final break. But Serbia quickly regained control and gave no chance for the visitors in the fourth period. Nevena Jovanovic and Milica Dabovic (175-PG-82) contributed 16 points each for the hosts. Karen Twehues (182-G-83, college: Cincinnati) answered with 19 points for Switzerland. Sarah Kershaw (180-SF-85) finished with 13 points in defeat.
Lithuania - Slovakia 78-64 Lithuania rolled over Slovak Republic in Kaunas for 2-1 record in Group C. The Baltic side celebrated a 78:64 victory to hand the opponents their first loss at the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. It was a key game in the group and brought so much interest in the Lithuanian city. The guests took 18:17 lead after the first ten minutes and then Vynuchalova sent the teams to the lockers at 35:34. Marina Solopova (180-G/F-90) later tied the game at 41:41 and then Paugaite brought 46:45 for the hosts. Gintare Petronyte (196-C-89) and Nacickaite closed the third period at 54:51. No matter how hard the Slovakian side tried to catch up with Lithuania, they could not win the game. Marina Solopova and Linkeviciene were perfect from the free throw line and then Paugaite brought the final points for the winners. Linkeviciene chipped in with 21 points for the winners and Marina Solopova added 19. Gintare Petronyte posted 17, while Paugaite had 10. Vynuchalova ended up with 13 points for the guests and Kupcikova scored 11.
Slovenia - Holland 68-52 Slovenia recorded the third straight win at the start of 2013 EuroBasket Qualifying Round. They outscored Netherlands at home court to take 3-0 record on top of Group C. Nika Baric accounted for 18 points to pace the winners. Slovenia ensured a quick start. They held Netherlands to 7 points in the first quarter to pile up a 12-point lead. Slovenia increased the tempo in the second frame. They cleared off to accumulate a massive 28-point advantage. Netherlands however did not say die. The Dutch team went on a 25:15 run in the third frame to cut the deficit. They managed to narrow the distance even further in the fourth period but came up short of victory at the end. Maja Erkic (183-G/F-85) netted 12 points, while Sandra Pirsic (195-C-84) delivered 10 points for the winners. Naomi Halman (191-F/C-86, agency: Regeneracom Sports, college: Cal-Irvine) answered with 16 points for Netherlands. Natalie Van Den Adel had 11 points in the loss.
Spain - Germany 66-39 Spain demolish Germany in Avila at the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. After a loud upset from Swede, Spain bounced back with 66:39 win over the German side. Spain went on an early lead and Ouvina brought 16:12. Elisa Aguilar (177-G-76, agency: Josep and Nicolas, college: G.Washington) closed a 6-0 run early in the second, while she later nailed three for 29:14. Mankertz managed to send the teams to the lockers at 35:21 at the halftime. In the second half Spain played even better in defense. Both teams nailed 11 points each in the third quarter, while Spain limited the opponents to just 7 points in the last stanza. Spain won the last period 20-7 and celebrated the second win in Group D. Elisa Aguilar led the way with 12 points and Valdemoro netted 11. Ouvina and Palau followed them with 8 apiece. Bar finished the night with 13 points in defeat and Breitreiner scored 7.
Bulgaria - Sweden 60-80 Sweden continue their winning streak at the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. The Scandinavian side overcame Bulgaria 80:60 in the start of Day 3. Sweden produced an offensive start and took 29:24 after the first 10 minutes. Stanoeva however gave the hosts 34:33 lead and Georgieva kept the advantage at 40:39. On top 41-40 at half, Sweden poured in the first six points of the second half and ended up outscoring the Bulgarians 21-9 in the frame to take command for good. Halvarsson and Frida Eldebrink (174-G-88, agency: Josep and Nicolas) scored for 71:53 and Andersson brought 73:55. Sweden added 18-11 in the second frame for the final success. Frida Eldebrink erupted with 19 points and 10 rebounds for the winners and Halvarsson followed her with 12. Yderstrom and Elin Eldebrink (174-G-88, agency: Josep and Nicolas) scored 11 points each. Jaklin Zlatanova (190-F-88) ended up with 18 points in defeat, while Vera Perostiyska (196-C-82, college: FIU) collected 9 points and 13 boards. Georgieva posted 8, while Peteva had 7.
Italy - Luxembourg 86-37 Italy posted the initial win at the 2013 EuroBaket Qualifying Round. They hosted Luxembourg and gained a convincing victory. Italy are now at 1-1 record, while Luxembourg slipped at 1-2 in Group E. Ilaria Zanoni (180-G-86) scored 16 points to lead well-balanced effort from the Azzurri. Italy cleared off in the opening quarter. The hosts outscored Luxembourg for a 22:8 lead. Italy boosted the margin in the second frame. They ensured a 48:23 halftime advantage. Italy dominated in the third term. They arrived at the final intermission up by 46 points and obviously never looked back en route to the win. Lavinia Santucci and Martina Crippa (175-G/F-88) provided 10 points each for Italy. Nadia Mossong answered with 13 points and 9 rebounds for Luxembourg. Tessy Hetting had 11 points and 8 rebounds in the loss.
Latvia - Greece 63-46 Latvia claimed another impressive win in Group E of the EuroBasket Women Qualification Round. The Baltic side overcame Greece 63:46 in Riga. Latvia opened the game with 19-9 burst and never looked behind after. Krastina brought 22:9 early in the second, while Liene Jansone (191-F/C-81, college: Siena) nailed 3 for 27:11. Krastina and Tamane later closed the half at 37:22. In the third period the tempo had slowed down as both teams nailed 8 points. It gave Latvia 45:30 advantage after three quarters. Krastina and Eibele scored for 56:34 and Karklina nailed three later for 61:44. Papamichail and Karklina brought the last points for their teams as the board showed 63:46 at the end of the game. Tamane top-scored for the winners with 18 points and Liene Jansone added 13. Krastina notched 12, while Karklina had 8. Zoi Dimitrakou (188-F-87, agency: Josep and Nicolas) ended up with 14 points in the losing effort as Greece fell at 1-1 record. Papamichail scored 11 and Sotiriou chipped in with 10.
2017 EuroBasket Qualifying Round. Day 4 - Feb 24, 2016
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Group A Lithuania - Latvia 81-87 Latvia snatched a road win over Lithuania and improved at 2-1 record in Group A. Anete Steinberga (190-C-90, college: UTEP, agency: LBM Management) and Anete Jekabsone-Zogota (177-SG-83) scored 21 points each to lead the winners. Lithuania jumped to a 43:35 halftime lead. But Latvia exploded with 52 points in the second half to rally to the win. Gunta Basko notched 13 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for the winners. Gintare Petronyte (196-C-89) responded... [read more]
Lithuania - Latvia 81-87 Latvia snatched a road win over Lithuania and improved at 2-1 record in Group A. Anete Steinberga (190-C-90, college: UTEP, agency: LBM Management) and Anete Jekabsone-Zogota (177-SG-83) scored 21 points each to lead the winners. Lithuania jumped to a 43:35 halftime lead. But Latvia exploded with 52 points in the second half to rally to the win. Gunta Basko notched 13 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for the winners. Gintare Petronyte (196-C-89) responded with 31 points and 10 rebounds for Lithuania as they fell at 0-3 record.
Estonia - France 47-76 France claimed the fourth consecutive victory in Group B. They stunned Estonia in Tallinn tonight. Nwal-Endene Miyem (188-PF-88, agency: Comsport) recorded 17 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for Les Bleues. France piled up a 39:17 halftime lead. Les Bleues never looked back en route to the win. Helena Ciak (197-C-89, agency: Comsport) provided 14 points for the winners. Mirjam Nikolai (178-G-86) replied with 16 points and 9 rebounds for Estonia.
Croatia - Holland 71-57 Croatia held off visiting Netherlands to take 2-2 record in Group B. Shavonte Zellous (178-G-86, college: Pittsburgh) chipped in 20 points to lead the hosts. Croatia piled up a 46:27 halftime lead. Netherlands narrowed the gap in the second half but could not avoid the defeat. Marija Rezan (198-C-89) tossed in 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in the win. Loyce Bettonvil (185-F/C-93) answered with 14 points and 10 rebounds for Netherlands.
United Kingdom - Montenegro 71-67 United Kingdom kept their EuroBasket hopes alive as they nipped Montenegro at home court tonight. Johannah Leedham (180-SF-87, college: Franklin Pierce) produced 28 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists as United Kingdom tied Montenegro at 2-2 record in Group C ladder. Montenegro enjoyed a 6-point lead heading into the fourth frame. United Kingdom however used a 23:13 run in the final quarter to snatch the win. Ella Clark (190-F-92, college: Long Beach St.) tallied 15 points and 12 rebounds for the home side. Jelena Dubljevic (191-C-87, agency: Josep and Nicolas) answered with 22 points and 10 rebounds for Montenegro.
Albania - Italy 40-86 Italy remained perfect in Group C action. The Azzurri cruised past Albania on the road to take 4-0 record on top of the ladder. Giorgia Sottana (178-G-88, agency: Two Points) notched 14 points to pace the visitors. Italy cleared off to a 46:24 halftime lead. Italy went on a 40:16 second half run to ice the win. Cecilia Zandalasini (183-F-96) tossed in 13 points in the victory. Eliverta Bujari (168-G-86) answered with 13 points for Albania.
Luxembourg - Ukraine 52-85 Ukraine kept their Qualifying Round record perfect. They fired past Luxembourg on the road to gain the fourth straight win. Alina Iagupova (186-G/F-92, agency: LBM Management) clinched 18 points to pace the visitors. Ukraine opened a 40:27 halftime lead. They controlled the tempo in the second half and coasted to the win. Ganna Zarytska (187-F/C-86) dropped 14 points for the winners. Tessy Hetting answered with 18 points for Luxembourg.
Germany - Serbia 66-78 Serbia upset Germany on the road to take 3-1 record in Group D. Ana Dabovic (183-SG-89) chipped in 21 points to lead the visitors. Germany grabbed a 40:38 halftime lead. However Serbia went on a 40:26 second half rally and clinched an important victory. Sasa Cado (178-G-89) banked in 18 points for the visiting side. Margret Skuballa (186-SF-87) responded with 15 points for Germany.
Iceland - Hungary 87-77 Iceland toppled Hungary in Reykjavik and improved at 1-3 record in Group E. Helena Sverrisdottir (184-F/G-88, college: TCU) provided impressive 29 points, 16 rebounds and 8 assists to lead the hosts. Iceland accumulated a 46:35 halftime lead. The hosts protected the lead throughout the second half and raced to the win. Gunnhildur Gunnarsdottir (176-G-90) added 14 points for Iceland. Tijana Krivacevic (196-F-90) answered with 24 points and 9 rebounds for Hungary.
Bulgaria - Russia 50-76 Russia eased past Bulgaria for the fourth straight victory in Group F. Maria Vadeeva (193-C-98) notched 15 points to drive the visitors. Russia established a 35:25 halftime lead. Russia went on a strong 41:25 second half surge to seal the win. Tatiana Vidmer posted 14 points and 10 rebounds in the victory. Zornitsa Kostova (176-G-82) and Jaklin Zlatanova (190-PF-88) answered with 13 points apiece for Bulgaria.
Switzerland - Greece 38-68 Greece earned the third victory in Group F. They beat Switzerland in Fribourg today. Styliani Kaltsidou (188-F-83, agency: Josep and Nicolas) came up with 17 points for the winners. Greece accounted for a 37:21 halftime lead. Greece did not loosen the grip in the second half and rolled to the win. Afroditi Kosma (187-F/C-83) chipped in 14 points for Greece. Karen Twehues (182-G-83, college: Cincinnati) answered with 11 points for Switzerland.
Belarus - Poland 79-62 Belarus avenged the loss in the opening round and beat visiting Poland for 2-1 record in Group G. Anastasiya Veremeenko (194-C-87) notched 19 points and 8 rebounds for the home side. Lindsey Harding (173-G-84, college: Duke) produced 15 points for Belarus. The hosts grabbed a 46:25 halftime lead and never looked back en route to the win. Angelika Stankiewicz (170-SG-95, agency: Promotex) answered with 18 points for Poland.
Israel - Turkey 63-62 Israel nipped Turkey to improve at 2-2 record in Group H. Alysha Clark (178-F-87, college: Middle Tenn.St.) came up with 16 points and 7 rebounds for Israel. Turkey jumped to a massive 26:12 lead after the opening frame. But Israel picked up the tempo in the next periods. Israel pulled within a single point at the final intermission. Israel held the visitors to just 15 points in the fourth term and snatched victory. Shay Doron (175-SG-85, college: Maryland) provided 13 points for the home side. Quanitra Hollingsworth (196-C-88, college: VCU) and Bahar Caglar (186-F-88) responded with 14 points each for Turkey.
Bosnia - Romania 77-63 Bosnia and Herzegovina opened win count in the Qualifying Round. They knocked down Romania for 1-3 record. Marica Gajic (187-F/C-95) posted 23 points for the home side. Bosnia and Herzegovina eked out a 34:33 halftime lead. Bosnia and Herzegovina however held their opponents to just 30 points in the second half and claimed the victory. Dragana Svitlica (190-C-88, agency: Josep and Nicolas) tossed in 20 points for the winning side. Annemarie Parau (172-PG-84) topscored with 16 points for Romania.
Spain - Sweden 93-45 Spain punched their EuroBasket ticket as they stormed past Sweden for the third straight win in Group I. Alba Torrens (188-F-89) and Sancho Lyttle (193-C-83, college: Houston) stepped up with 17 points each as Spain romped past Sweden. Spain accounted for a 49:18 halftime lead and never looked back en route to the victory. Laura Gil had 14 points for the hosts. Amanda Zahui (196-C-93, college: Minnesota) answered with 21 points and 11 rebounds for Sweden.
Ukraine-Serbia 78:75 Ukraine shock the defending champions in Kiev and take control of Group D in the FIBA EuroBasket Women 2017 qualifiers window. Ukraine pip Serbia 78:75 and grabbed a 3-0 record on top. More than 4000 fans came to support the national team in Sports Palace. Serbia, as the favorite, dominated the first half and posted two narrow victories for an 8-point lead at the halftime. The second half however completely changed the picture of the game as the hosts controlled the... [read more]
Ukraine shock the defending champions in Kiev and take control of Group D in the FIBA EuroBasket Women 2017 qualifiers window. Ukraine pip Serbia 78:75 and grabbed a 3-0 record on top. More than 4000 fans came to support the national team in Sports Palace. Serbia, as the favorite, dominated the first half and posted two narrow victories for an 8-point lead at the halftime. The second half however completely changed the picture of the game as the hosts controlled the entire court and, not only managed to catch up with the opponents, but also take the lead in the game. Alina Iagupova (186-G/F-92, agency: LBM Management) and Ganna Zarytska (187-F/C-86) nailed threes for 72:67 and then Dubrovina and Alina Iagupova were perfect from the free throw line for the final success.
Player of the Year: Nnemkadi Ogwumike (189-F/C-90) of Dynamo Kursk Eurobasket.com All-Europe Point Guard of the Year: Ana Dabovic (183-SG-89) of Yakin Dogu Eurobasket.com All-Europe Shooting Guard of the Year: Diana Taurasi (182-SG-82) of of UMMC Ekaterinburg Eurobasket.com All-Europe Small Forward of the Year: Sonja Petrovic (189-F-89) of USK Praha Eurobasket.com All-Europe Power Forward of the Year: Nnemkadi Ogwumike (189-F/C-90) of Dynamo Kursk Eurobasket.com All-Europe Center of... [read more]
Traditionally at the end of each year Eurobasket announces the European awards for last year.
It's 10th such ranking prepared by Eurobasket.com staff for women basketball in Europe. Eurobasket has a network of almost 300 correspondents, while most of them are located in Europe and participated in preparing the ranking.
We have the policy of not involving the fans as it may influence the final ranking and instead of that we rely on the opinions of experts.
The votes were made in two categories: All-Europe and All-Europeans. All-Europe ranking applies to the players, who played in European leagues in last (14-15) and this (15-16) season, so it may apply also to non-European players, who played as imports in Europe. All-Europeans category applies only to Europeans, but also these, who played overseas (mostly in WNBA).
For the first time in our awards history the All-Europe Player of the Year awards goes to Nnemkadi Ogwumike (189-F/C-90). 25-year old American (has also Nigerian passport) had an amazing 2015 year in Europe playing for Dynamo Kursk (Russian PBL and Euroleague). She was a key player for her team in Euroleague campaign. In 17 games she averaged double-double of 19.5ppg and 10.7rpg along with 2.3apg, 2.1spg reaching semifinals. Worth to mention that she got Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Player of the Year Award. In Russian PBL Dynamo reached league semifinals eventually lost to Sparta&K MR. During the summer she played at Los Angeles Sparks in WNBA (played for the second time in the All-Star Game). Nneka received of course Power Forward of the Year Award in our voting. Point Guard of the Year is Ana Dabovic (183-SG-89) of Yakin Dogu (Turkey, last year at Ormanspor Genclik). 26-year old Serbian led her National Team to European Championships gold medal averaging 14.8ppg, 1.9rpg and 3.2apg. She was voted Eurobasket.com All-European Championships Best Player. During the summer she made her debut in the WNBA playing for Los Angeles Sparks. She played well (27 games: 9.1ppg, 1.6rpg, 2.1apg) and was selected to WNBA All-Rookie Team. The Best Shooting Guard of the Year award, as in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2014 goes to one of the best player in history of european basketball - Diana Taurasi (182-SG-82) of of UMMC Ekaterinburg. American superstar was selected as Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Guard of the Year this past season. In 14 Euroelague games she averaged: Score-2 (16.9ppg), 4.2rpg, Assists-2 (5.9apg). They reached the grand final where they lost to USK Praha 68-72. She also played great in Russian PBL League: : 13 games: Score-2 (17.5ppg), 3.8rpg, Assists-1 (5.1apg) and 1.3spg. For Small Forward position our correspondents selected another Euroleague Champion - Sonja Petrovic (189-F-89) of USK Praha. Sonja was the key for Prague's Euroleague title campaign and Serbian National Team Gold medal at Eurobasket! She has received countless awards last year including Eurobasket.com All-Czech Rep. D1 Player of the Year, All-Euroleague 2nd Team and All-European Championships 1st Team. She also helped USK Praha to win Europe Supercup title. Last season's best Power Forward was previously mentioned Nnemkadi Ogwumike. As best Center we selected another American Superstar - Candace Parker (193-C-86) of UMMC Ekaterinburg. She was for the 3rd consecutive year Russian PBL Champion. Her stats were unbeliveable: 18 games: Score-4 (15.4ppg), Reb-4 (8.8rpg), 2.0apg, Steals-4 (2.0spg), Blocks-2 (1.4bpg). No other player deserved Russian PBL Player of the Year Award than she. In Euroleague her stats were even more impressive: 16 games: Score-5 (15.9ppg), Reb-1 (11.0rpg), 1.2apg, 1.4spg, Blocks-5 (1.3bpg). Unfortunately her team eventually lost to USK Praha in the final. During the summer she played for Los Angeles Sparks in the WNBA averaging remarkable stats: Score-4 (19.9ppg), Reb-1 (10.2rpg), Assists-2 (6.0apg), Steals-3 (2.0spg), Blocks-5 (1.7bpg). Candace was already voted Eurobasket.com All-Europe Center of the Year back in 2012. The All-Europe 2nd Team includes: Laia Palau (177-G-79), Angel McCoughtry (187-SF-86), Alba Torrens (188-F-89), LaToya Sanders (191-PF-86) and Sancho Lyttle (193-C-83). Eurobasket.com All-Europe Coach of the Year award goes to Natalia Hejkova who led USK Praha to Euroleague title (her 3rd title, in 2007 and 2008 she won Euroleague with Russian Spartak Moscow Region)
All-Europeans Player and Point Guard of the Year awards go to outstandings Ana Dabovic from golden Serbian team. Point Guard of the Year is Laia Palau from ZVVZ USK Praha. 36-year old Spanish is in her 3rd year with Czech team. Last season she led her team to Euroleague title beating Russian UMMC in the final 72-68. She was best European Player in Euroleague averaging 8.6ppg, 5.1rpg, Assists-1 (7.1apg). Of course there were no better team in Czech D1 where USK won second consecutive title. She also helped USK Praha to win Europe Supercup title. In summer she represented Spanish National Team at European Championships in Hungary and Romania. Spain won Bronze Medal and Laia averaged 3.6ppg, 2.2rpg, 4.0apg, 1.2spg. At Small Forward position we have Sonja Petrovic from USK Praha. Sancho Lyttle was selected as Best Power Forward in 2015. Spanish Player had impressive 2015 year as together with Galatasaray Istanbul she won Turkish TKBL title. She was also voted Eurobasket.com All-Turkish TKBL Player of the Year thanks to her remarkable stats: 13.2ppg, Reb-5 (9.6rpg), 2.2apg, Steals-4 (2.1spg). She also played well in Euroleague: 13 games: 11.0ppg, 9.1rpg, 1.9apg, Steals-2 (3.1spg), 1.0bpg. In summer she played for Atlanta Dream in the WNBA. Good season for her as she was selected to WNBA All-Defensive 2nd Team. Sancho was previously voted Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Power Forward of the Year back in 2013. As Best Center we selected French Sandrine Gruda (193-C-87) of Euroleague finalist UMMC Ekaterinburg. She was previously voted Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Center of the Year back in 2010 and 2013. She was also best player of French National Team at European Championships in Hungary and Romania. French got Silver medal and Sandrine averaged impressive stats: Score-4 (17.8ppg), Reb-5 (8.2rpg), 2.4apg, 1.1spg. Eurobasket.com All-Europeans 2nd Team includes: Nuria Martinez (175-PG-84), Celine Dumerc (169-G/F-82), Alba Torrens, Laura Macchi (188-F-79) and LaToya Sanders
All-Europe - only players, who played in Europe in 2015 (both domestic and imports) Eurobasket.com All-Europe Player of the Year: Nnemkadi Ogwumike (189-F/C-90) of Dynamo Kursk Eurobasket.com All-Europe Point Guard of the Year: Ana Dabovic (183-SG-89) of Yakin Dogu Eurobasket.com All-Europe Shooting Guard of the Year:Diana Taurasi (182-SG-82) of of UMMC Ekaterinburg Eurobasket.com All-Europe Small Forward of the Year:Sonja Petrovic (189-F-89) of USK Praha Eurobasket.com All-Europe Power Forward of the Year:Nnemkadi Ogwumike (189-F/C-90) of Dynamo Kursk Eurobasket.com All-Europe Center of the Year:Candace Parker (193-C-86) of UMMC Ekaterinburg Eurobasket.com All-Europe Coach of the Year: Natalia Hejkova of USK Praha
All-Europeans - only Europeans, including these, who played in Europe or overseas in 2015 Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Player of the Year: Ana Dabovic (183-SG-89) of Yakin Dogu Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Point Guard of the Year: Laia Palau (177-G-79) of USK Praha Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Shooting Guard of the Year: Ana Dabovic (183-SG-89) of Yakin Dogu Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Small Forward of the Year: Sonja Petrovic (189-F-89) of USK Praha Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Power Forward of the Year:Sancho Lyttle (193-C-83) of UMMC Ekaterinburg Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Center of the Year: Sandrine Gruda (193-C-87) of UMMC Ekaterinburg
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