Team 2012-13: Nantes Reze (France-LFB)
Career: RUOR Minsk (Belarus-Div. 1, 1996-98), Independence Community College (USA-NJCAA, 1998-2000), South Carolina (USA-NCAA, 2000-02), Marcopol Gedania (Poland-Div2, 2002-03), Lotos Gdynia (Poland-PLKK, 2003-05), Ra'anana/Herzliya (Israel, 2005-06), Hapoel Haifa (Israel, 2006-07), Lotos Gdynia (Poland-PLKK, 2006-07), Maccabi Ramat Hen (Israel, 2007-08), Electra Ramat-Hasharon (Israel, 2007-08), TTT Riga (Latvia-LSBL, 2008-09), Electra Ramat-Hasharon (Israel, 2009), Municipal Targoviste (Romania-D1, 2009-10), Nadezhda Orenburg (Russia-Premier League, 2010), Horizont Minsk (Belarus-Premier, 2011-12), Nantes Reze (France-LFB, 2012-13)
One of the most trusted players of her generation, Troina has been a pivotal figure in the success of Belarus but suffered an ACL injury in fall which ended her French League season with Nantes Reze after only three games. She remained one of the key players for Coach Grigas in qualification, continuing as a leading scorer from the wing and living up to her ‘Golden Hand' label going back to the 2008 Olympics when she managed to score in double-digits during four of the six games. She is seen as a perfect wing player who can create the chance of scoring for herself and very much the second offensive option in attack after Verameyanka. She ended the last tournament in a flood of tears after crushing disappointment at the early exit and will be hoping she is healthy enough to get out in France and make amends.