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Tal Milchan
Tal Milchan
Nationality
ISR
Born
11.04.1984
Place of birth
Rehovot (ISR)
Height
Position
 
 
 
 
 
 

SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS

Season high
CategoryCat
Career high
 

0

PointsPts

5

European Championship for Junior Women 2002
11.08.2001 vs Cyprus
 

0

Total ReboundsReb

8

European Championship for Women U20 2004
03.08.2003 vs Germany
 

0

AssistsAS

3

2 times
 

0

StealsST

9

European Championship for Junior Women 2002
09.08.2001 vs Croatia
 

0

Blocked ShotsBS

0

 
 

0

MinutesMin

35

European Championship for Junior Women 2002
09.08.2001 vs Croatia
 

0

Field Goals MadeFGM

2

3 times
 

0

Field Goals AttemptedFGA

6

European Championship for Women U20 2004
03.08.2003 vs Germany
 

0

2 Pts Field Goals Made2PM

2

3 times
 

0

2 Pts Field Goals Attempted2PA

5

European Championship for Women U20 2004
03.08.2003 vs Germany
 

0

3 Pts Field Goals Made3PM

0

 
 

0

3 Pts Field Goals Attempted3PA

1

2 times
 

0

Free Throws MadeFTM

1

5 times
 

0

Free Throws AttemptedFTA

4

European Championship for Junior Women 2002
21.04.2002 vs Lithuania
 

0

Offensive ReboundsRO

3

2 times
 

0

Defensive ReboundsRD

5

European Championship for Women U20 2004
03.08.2003 vs Germany
Plovdiv, BUL
Ano Liosia-Athens, GRE
Bofferdange, LUX
Olm, LUX
Stara Zagora, BUL
Saint-Servais, BEL
Istanbul, TUR
Klosterneuburg, AUT
Trutnov, CZE
Moscow, RUS
Petah Tikva, ISR
Budapest, HUN
Funchal, POR
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ESP
Funchal, POR
Povoa de Varzim, POR
Vologda, RUS
Chieti, ITA
Kyiv, UKR
Kursk, RUS
Holon, ISR
Schio, ITA
Krakow, POL
Wels, Thalheim, AUT
Salamanca, ESP
Sibenik, CRO
Sarajevo, BIH
Zaporozhye, UKR
Târgoviste, ROU
Raanana, ISR
Szolnok, HUN
Namur, BEL
Pabianice, POL
Mijdrecht, NED
Carmiel, ISR
Tylorstown, WAL
Athens, GRE
Giresun, TUR
Wedel, GER
Treviglio, ITA
Sofia, BUL
Tarbes Cedex, FRA
La Spezia, ITA
Wroclaw, POL
Riga, LAT
Prague 7, CZE
Mondeville, FRA
Novi Sad, SRB
Bordeaux, FRA
Moscow, RUS
Ljubljana, SLO
Banja Luka, BIH
Maribor, SLO
Bijeljina, BIH
Podgorica, MNE
Zagreb, CRO
Tomislavgrad, BIH