Champions and winners 2019

Champions and winners 2019

The 2019 Final Four was played March 16-17 at Rostov on Don, Russia. TTT Riga won the title after a three year break, winning the final against Belarus champions Tsmoki Minsk 73-63. Shey Peddy received the MVP award.

 

Champions: TTT Rīga (11-0, Final Four 2-0)

Ieva Kūlīte (2016, 2019), Baiba Eglīte (2016, 2019), Ieva Pulvere (2016, 2019), Gunta Baško, Karlīne Pilābere, Shey Peddy (Temple), Aija Brumermane, Ivey Slaughter (Florida State), Māra Mote, Kristīne Vītola, Kate Krēsliņa, Dita Rozenberga. Head coach Mārtiņš Zībarts, coaches Jānis Nešpors (2016, 2019), Matīss Rožlapa, Alena Eldmane. Physiotherapist Līga Folkmane-Eglīte. Manager Edijs Eglītis.

 

Second place: Tsmoki Minsk (9-1-1, Final Four 1-1)

Danielle Latrice McCray (Kansas), Kseniya Vabishchevich, Alla Murauskaya, Katsiaryna Rybalka, Rachel Eliise Theriot (Nebraska), Hanna Lapo, Yauheniya Stsiapanava (captain), Viktoryia Hasper, Shannon Sierra McCallum (North Carolina at Charlotte), Anastasiya Sushchyk. Head coach Andrei Vauleu. Coaches Siarhei Svetnik, Alena Ivanouskaya.

 

Third place: Rostov Don SFEDU (8-3, Final Four 1-1)

Irina Miroshnikova, Eleonora Oleynikova, Anastasiya Maksimova, Alexandra Kirina, Dzhein Elizabet Morozova, Yana Degtyarskaya, Anna Kartianovich, Mariia Vorobeva, Ekaterina Osipova, Daria Prosolupova (captain), Iuliia Grabovskaia, Valeriia Iakovleva. Head coach Dmitry Fedoseev. Coaches Oleg Parchevskiy, Victor Danilov. President Elena Shvaibovich.

 

Fourth place: Žabiny Brno (6-5, Final Four 0-2)

Natalie Stoupalova, Tereza Lancova, Justina Matuzonyte (Lithuania), Petra Zaplatova, Michaela Vackova, Klara Krivankova (captain), Beata Adamcova, Lenka Šoukalova, Marques Webb (Vanderbilt), Katerina Zohnova, Karolina Maleckova, Nikola Dudasova. Head coach Viktor Pruša. Coaches Jakub Gazda, Jan Bobrovsky.

 

Classification

Fifth place: A3 Basket (7-2, play-offs 1-1)

Sixth place: Lulea Basket (5-4, play-offs 0-2)

Seventh place: Pieštanske Čajky (4 wins – 1 tie – 4 losses)

Eighth place: Olimpia Grodno (4-5, play-offs 0-2)

 

All Star team

Petra Zaplatova (Žabiny Brno)

Ieva Pulvere (TTT Rīga)

Danielle McCray (Tsmoki Minsk)

Alla Murauskaya (Tsmoki Minsk)

Anna Zaitseva (Rostov Don SFEDU)

 

MVP

Shey Peddy (TTT Rīga)

 

Undefeated season: TTT Rīga (11-0)

Teams (16): Olimpia Grodno, Horizont Minsk Region, Tsmoki Minsk, SBŠ Ostrava, Žabiny Brno, PINKK Pecsi 424, Astana Tigers, TTT Rīga, Kibirkštis Vilnius, Amsterdam Angels, Dynamo Moscow, Rostov Don SFEDU, Young Angels Košice, Pieštanske Čajky, A3 Basket Umea, Lulea Basket.

Countries represented (10): Belarus, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden.

 

HISTORY

2019 Final Four, Rostov: 1) TTT, 2) Tsmoki Minsk, 3) Rostov Don SFEDU, 4) Žabiny Brno.

2018 Final Four, Riga: 1) Good Angels, 2) TTT, 3) Dynamo Moscow, 4) Udominate Basket.

2017 Final Eight, Košice: 1) Good Angels, 2) TTT, 3) Dynamo Moscow, 4) Basket 90 Gdynia.

2016 Final Four, Riga: 1) TTT, 2) Basket 90 Gdynia, 3) Astana, 4) Tsmoki Minsk.

 

Our geography

EWBL member countries so far: Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Ukraine, Turkey.

 

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