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awhom111



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PostPosted: 07/07/18 11:46 pm    ::: European U20 Championships Reply Reply with quote

Both divisions are playing this week with Division A in Sopron, Hungary and Division B in Oradea, Romania. All games should be on FIBA's YouTube channel. Besides scouting for the WNBA Draft, there are quite a few current collegians in the two tournaments and a handful of futures ones. I think I found all the current ones here, but my list does not include the futures ones.

Division A:

A:

Germany:
Britta Daub, Houston Baptist: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Britta-Daub
Satou Sabally, Oregon: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Satou-Sabally
Johanna Klug, Fordham: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Johanna-Sophie-Klug
Anna Lappenkuper, IPFW: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Anna-Lappenküper

Russia:
Margarita Pleskevich, Broward (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Margarita-Pleskevich

Serbia:
Ivana Raca, Wake Forest: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Ivana-Raca

Slovenia:
none

B:

France:
Marie-Paule Foppossi, Syracuse: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Marie-Paule-Foppossi
Emmanuelle Tahane, Missouri: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Emmanuelle-Tahane
Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi Syracuse: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Maeva-Djaldi-Tabdi

Italy:
Lorela Cubaj, Georgia Tech: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Lorela-Cubaj

Slovakia:
none

Sweden:
Pernilla Sorensen, Broward (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Anna-Pernilla-Sörensen

C:

Croatia:
none

Hungary:
none

Latvia:
Maija Gertsone, Ouachita Baptist (DII): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Maija-Gertsone
Liga Kalnina, St. John Fisher (DIII): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Liga-Astra-Kalnina
Digna Strautmane, Syracuse: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Digna-Strautmane

Poland:
Patrycja Jaworks, Miles (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Patrycja-Joanna-Jaworska

D:

Belgium:
none

Netherlands:
none

Portugal:
Ana Ramos, San Diego: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Ana-Sofia-Martins-Ramos
Tess Santos, Presbyterian: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Tess-Karina-Michalke-Santos
Marta Vargas, Rhode Island: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Marta-Sofia-Afonso-Vargas

Spain:
Aina Ayuso, Oregon: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Aina-Ayuso-Bagur
Naira Caceres, Butler: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Naira-Caceres-Martell
Laia Sole, Duquesne: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Laia-Solé-Tomás
Maria Pendande, Ribet Academy (CA): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Maria-Dolores-Pendande-Mendes

Division B:

A:

Great Britain:
Imani Whittington, Columbia: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Imani-Whittington
Anna Popovic, Elon: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Anna-Bianca-Popovic
Savannah Wilkinson, Florida State: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Savannah-Dominique-Wilkinson
Ire Ozzy-Momodu, Robert Morris: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Irekpitan-Ozzy-Momodu

Greece:
Marilena Gerostergiou, Siena: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Marilena-Gerostergiou

Israel:
Dor Saar, Maine: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Dor-Saar
Allyson Rosenblum, UCLA: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Allyson-Paige-Rosenblum

Lithuania:
Livija Kaktaite, Long Island Lutheran (NY): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Livija-Kaktaité
Dovile Strimaityte, Weatherford (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Dovile-Strimaityte

Romania:
none

Ukraine:
Oksana Fastova, Vincennes (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Oksana-Fastova

B:

Belarus:
Maryia Adashchyk, Panola (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Maryia-Adashchyk
Ekaterina Garchevskaya, Panola (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Ekaterina-Karchevskaya

Bulgaria:
none

Czech Republic:
Lucie Hoskova, Casper (JC): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Lucie-Hosková

Denmark:
Lena Svanholm, Colorado State: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Lena-Elisabeth-H--Svanholm

Iceland:
none

Turkey:
Deniz Dalkiran, Tusculum (DII): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20bwomen/2018/player/Deniz-Dalkiran
CamrnCrz1974



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PostPosted: 07/09/18 12:00 pm    ::: Re: European U20 Championships Reply Reply with quote

awhom111 wrote:
Both divisions are playing this week with Division A in Sopron, Hungary and Division B in Oradea, Romania. All games should be on FIBA's YouTube channel. Besides scouting for the WNBA Draft, there are quite a few current collegians in the two tournaments and a handful of futures ones. I think I found all the current ones here, but my list does not include the futures ones.

Spain:
Aina Ayuso, Oregon: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Aina-Ayuso-Bagur
Naira Caceres, Butler: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Naira-Caceres-Martell
Laia Sole, Duquesne: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Laia-Solé-Tomás
Maria Pendande, Ribet Academy (CA): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Maria-Dolores-Pendande-Mendes


Is Angela Salvadores on the Spanish roster, or is she not eligible (based on age)?


awhom111



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PostPosted: 07/09/18 8:54 pm    ::: Re: European U20 Championships Reply Reply with quote

CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
awhom111 wrote:
Both divisions are playing this week with Division A in Sopron, Hungary and Division B in Oradea, Romania. All games should be on FIBA's YouTube channel. Besides scouting for the WNBA Draft, there are quite a few current collegians in the two tournaments and a handful of futures ones. I think I found all the current ones here, but my list does not include the futures ones.

Spain:
Aina Ayuso, Oregon: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Aina-Ayuso-Bagur
Naira Caceres, Butler: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Naira-Caceres-Martell
Laia Sole, Duquesne: http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Laia-Solé-Tomás
Maria Pendande, Ribet Academy (CA): http://www.fiba.basketball/europe/u20women/2018/player/Maria-Dolores-Pendande-Mendes


Is Angela Salvadores on the Spanish roster, or is she not eligible (based on age)?


Cam, she's a year too old. She has been training with a group of U23 players that Spain has been using to practice against their senior national team.
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PostPosted: 07/09/18 10:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Pendande is going to Utah. She and Aquino both went to Ribet, two Div. 1 centers on a high school team and Ribet still underachieved.


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PostPosted: 07/10/18 5:18 pm    ::: Re: European U20 Championships Reply Reply with quote

awhom111 wrote:
CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
Is Angela Salvadores on the Spanish roster, or is she not eligible (based on age)?


Cam, she's a year too old. She has been training with a group of U23 players that Spain has been using to practice against their senior national team.


Thank you for the information and update!


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PostPosted: 07/11/18 10:24 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

LitePal wrote:
Pendande is going to Utah. She and Aquino both went to Ribet, two Div. 1 centers on a high school team and Ribet still underachieved.


Winning in high school is harder than most people think. Throwing a bunch of highly rated talent on the floor is fine, but getting adolescents to focus and play together is far from an easy task. A cohesive group of middling college talent is going to give any collection of all-stars a lot of trouble (check out Central Valley of Washington).



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awhom111



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PostPosted: 07/15/18 7:55 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stop me if you've heard this before, but Spain won the championship. They were actually tested in the quarterfinals against France, but it was smooth sailing from there. Slovakia and Croatia were relegated with losses on Saturday, but both the teams fighting for the last spot could have considered themselves unlucky to even be in that position as Russia beat Slovenia.

Final Standings:
Spain
Serbia
Netherlands
Italy
Hungary
France
Portugal
Sweden
Germany
Belgium
Latvia
Poland
Russia
Slovenia
Slovakia
Croatia

The Czech Republic won the other division, but they and Belarus had already sealed promotion with wins on Saturday. Lithuania edged out the hosts for the last spot.

Final Standings:
Czech Republic
Belarus
Lithuania
Romania
Turkey
Israel
Ukraine
Bulgaria
Greece
Great Britain
Denmark
Iceland
CamrnCrz1974



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PostPosted: 07/17/18 11:31 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Arizona State women’s basketball incoming freshman Iris Mbulito had a double-double Sunday in leading Spain to a dominating win in the U20 European Championships final.

Mbulito, a 6-1 guard/forward, had 21 points and 12 rebounds in a 69-50 win over Serbia. She was named tournament MVP, averaging 9.7 points, 7.7 rebounds (team high), 2.4 assists and 1.6 steals.

Spain went 7-0 in the FIBA tournament, including a 51-50 quarterfinal win over France when Junio had 12 points and 12 rebounds and scored the winning basket.

https://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/college/asu/2018/07/15/asu-freshman-iris-mbulito-wins-u-20-euro-womens-basketball-mvp/786688002/


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