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 Haïfa (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 Nadezhda (Russia-Superleague, 2010), BC Horizont Minsk (Belarus-Premier, 2011)
Tatyana Troina showed her commitment to the cause last year at the FIBA World Championship Women when she played through pain to help her team and then turned down offers from elsewhere in Europe last season to stay home in Belarus with Coach Buyalski and focus on getting fully fit in preparation for EuroBasket Women 2011. That commitment has been palpable on the court during games and also in practice where she is known to set the tone and standards for club and country. Always pushing her team-mates hard, she tries to lead by example and regularly succeeds. A pure shooter who can score in a hurry, she is always willing to take the big shot in games and will again be a threat to live up to her nickname of ‘Golden Hand'. Troina played in all the major tournaments and competitions for both club and country and was particularly successful at the 2008 Olympics where she managed to score in double-digits in four of her six games.