Alba Torrens Wins FIBA Young Female Player of the Year

Alba Torrens was named 2009 Young Women's Player of the Year for FIBA. Torrens who participated on the Spanish Womens National Team helped her team get the Bronze medal during the Eurobasket Womens 2009 Championship in Latvia. The 6'5 small forward averaged 8.8 points and 4.7 rebounds during the tournament and is currently participating in […]

Perfumerías Avenida Will Host Euroleague Final Four

Perfumerías Avenida will be making their first Euroleague Final Four and on top of that exciting news they will be the host for the Euroleague Women Final Four that will be held in Salamanca, Spain on Friday April 3rd. April 3rd – Semifinals April 5th – Finals and Third Place Game Perfumerías Avenida vs MKB […]

FIBA Europe Youth Champions

The summer has been eventful with the FIBA Championship for the women youth championships. There have been some surprises but for the most part the favorites won the championships. Everyone played to their top games and BIG thanks to Leslie Anderson who covered the U16 Womens Championship in Chieti,Italy. Below are the champions of the […]

Europe Destroys Rest of The World In The Euroleague All-Star Game

Europe 111 – Rest of the World 86 Yesterday, the best players in the Euroleague gather to play in the Euroleague All-Star 2008 game in Russia. Amaya Valdemoro from Spain, helped lead her European squad to a 111-86 victory over the rest of the world team. The game was televised in the USA on NBA […]

KOR/ CHN – Sun-Min steers Korea ahead

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women): Seldom has any individual player had as much as effect on the outcome of a basketball game as Sun-Min Jung did in Korea's last-gasp Level I win over China on Thursday

IND/SRI – India remain unbeaten in Level II

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women): Middle Asian rivals India and Sri Lanka stood at the diametrically opposite ends of the Level II spectrum at the end of the former's win on Thursday

UZB/VIE – Uzbeks happy for the exposure

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Middle Asian nation Uzbekistan signed off their campaign in Level II beating Vietnam on Thursday. "Overall we have nothing to complain," said player-cum-assistant coach of the team Lyudmila Lebedeva. The win was the Uzbeks' third win, having lost to Hong Kong and India.

THA/MAS – Thailand score brownie points

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Thailand staved off Malaysia's remarkable rally to post their maiden victory in Level I on Wednesday. Coming against their South East Asian archrivals, Thailand will now have to play the second finishing team in Level II in the play-offs

CHN/TPE – China continue winning

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Chinese coach Sun Fengwu expressed satisfaction after his side defeated Chinese Taipei in Level I on Wednesday. "As you are aware we have come with a second string team. Winning against a team as experienced as Taipei in that scenario is very satisfying," he said after the win. […]

KOR/JPN – Korean women's tribute to Memory Day

INCHEON (FIBA Asia Championship for Women) – Hosts Korea gave the Memory Day holiday crowd a lot to cheer about beating traditional East Asian rivals Japan in a needle Level I encounter on Wednesday