NEWS

19.01.2009
Romania Seal Britain's Fate In Division B

Romania held on to defeat Great Britain 71-66 on Monday to clinch first place in the Relegation Round and condemn the Brits to life in Division B.

The Romanians, who also won a close game against Mark Clark's team in Britain on January 10, improved to 5-1 and dropped their opponents to 3-3.

16.01.2009
Finland Down Romania To Make Step Towards Survival
Finland took a giant step towards remaining in Division A by hammering previously unbeaten Romania 87-69 on Friday.

The Finns, who began the EuroBasket Women Relegation Round with back-to-back losses to Great Britain and Romania, have now won three straight games and hope to seal their place in the top flight with a victory in their final clash against winless Bosnia and Herzegovina.

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
 Erzsebet Ambrus PF 1.87 21.11.1972 Sfintu Gheorghe (ROU)  
 Carmen-Mirela Bagiu PF 1.85 26.09.1982 Botosani (ROU)  
 Florina Diaconu PG 1.70 01.01.1982 Bucharest (ROU)  
 Andreea Hutanu PF 1.85 17.05.1988 Botosani (ROU)  
 Corina Morosan 1.90 12.01.1983 Hunedoara (ROU)  
 Laura Nacu 1.87 07.04.1982 Galati (ROU)  
 Andreea Orosz SG 1.83 19.02.1986 Satu Mare (ROU)  
 Elisabeth Pavel 1.91 01.09.1990 Sibiu (ROU)  
 Ancuta Stoenescu SG 1.74 01.01.1980 Timisoara (ROU)  
 Gabriela Toma 1.90 20.12.1974 Bucarest (ROU)  
 Ildiko Vass SF 1.78 07.06.1978 Tirgu Secuiesc (ROU)  
 4Ramona Tarta PG 1.70 16.01.1989 Satu Mare (ROU)  
 5Simina Mandache PF 1.84 25.02.1981 Arad (ROU)  
 6Alexandra Uiuiu GF 1.77 20.02.1989 Sibiu (ROU)  
 7Annemarie Parau 1.70 08.03.1984 Timosoara (ROU)  
 8Svetlana Dragusin PF 1.86 21.05.1970 Bucharest (ROU)  
 9Alexandra Cutas 1.76 19.07.1982 Bucarest (ROU)  
10Monika Boriga 1.75 12.03.1974 Arad (ROU)  
11Claudia Pop SF 1.82 05.08.1989 Satu Mare (ROU)  
12Ildiko Nagy PF 1.84 03.04.1984 Tirgu Mures (ROU)  
13Florina Pascalau 1.96 19.01.1982 Cluj Napoca (ROU)  
14Anita Meszaros FC 1.88 06.11.1988 Satu Mare (ROU)  
15Paula Ciocan 1.83 23.03.1982 Satu Mare (ROU)  

COACHES

Head Coach: Gheorghe Mandache

More Headlines

13.01.2009
Romania Beat Bosnia and Herzegovina To Avoid Drop

Romania can celebrate retaining their Division A status after beating Bosnia and Herzegovina 78-47 on Tuesday night to claim top spot in the EuroBasket Women Relegation Round.

The win moves Romania to 4-0 and leaves Great Britain and Finland to battle over second place.

10.01.2009
Romania Beat Turnover-Prone Brits In Nottingham

Romania won a 75-71 thriller at Great Britain on Saturday evening for their third successive victory in the EuroBasket Women Relegation Round.

In a clash of unbeatens in Nottingham, England, Britain led 69-64 with 3:04 remaining but Romania dug deep, with a Paula Ciocan three-point play closing the gap to just two.

Romanians Thrash Finns07.01.2009
Romania Overwhelm Bosnia and Herzegovina04.01.2009
Romania Left To Rue Their Chance Against France13.09.2008
Hungary Rock Romania10.09.2008
Slovakia Dominate Boards In Big Win At Romania06.09.2008
Croatia Hold On To Beat Romania03.09.2008
France Roll Past Romania27.08.2008
Romania 46 Hungary 5923.08.2008
Slovak Republic 93 Romania 5920.08.2008
Romanians Off To Winning Start In Group C16.08.2008

Team

Romania
Romania

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSF. Pascalau16.6
RTF. Pascalau7.4
ASA. Parau2.6
STS. Mandache1.9
BSF. Pascalau1.0

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

16.08.2008vs CRO[W] 70-64 (H)
20.08.2008vs SVK[L] 59-93 (A)
23.08.2008vs HUN[L] 46-59 (H)
27.08.2008vs FRA[L] 61-93 (A)
03.09.2008vs CRO[L] 64-66 (A)
06.09.2008vs SVK[L] 67-83 (H)
10.09.2008vs HUN[L] 59-85 (A)
13.09.2008vs FRA[L] 71-72 (H)
04.01.2009vs BIH[W] 101-66 (A)
07.01.2009vs FIN[W] 80-49 (H)
10.01.2009vs GBR[W] 75-71 (A)
13.01.2009vs BIH[W] 78-47 (H)
16.01.2009vs FIN[L] 69-87 (A)
19.01.2009vs GBR[W] 71-66 (H)

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