Team 2012-13: Partizan Galenika (Serbia-A)
Career: Herceg Novi (Serbia & Montenegro-1A, 2000-02), Beopetrol (Serbia & Montenegro- 1A, 2002-03), Red Star Belgrade (Serbia & Montenegro-1A, 2003-04), UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-Premier League, 2004), Nis Vojvodina Novi Sad (Serbia-1A, 2004-05), UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-Premier League, 2005-06), Spartak M. R. Vidnoje (Russia-Premier League, 2006-07), TEO Vilnius (Lithuania-LMKL, 2007), Red Star Belgrade (2007), BC Moscow (Russia-Premier League, 2007-Jan 2008), USO Mondeville (France-LFB, 2008), Besiktas Istanbul (Turkey-TKBL, 2008-09), Paleo Faliro Pireus (Greece-A1, 2009), Hatis Yerevan (Aremina-D1, 2009), Lider Pruszkow (Poland-PLKK, 2010), Partizan Galenika (Serbia-1 ZLS, 2010-13)
Able to play either guard positions, but often shifting to the number two spot to form a dynamic backcourt partnership with Tamara Radocaj, the 31-year-old is vastly experienced and the real heartbeat of the team. She is influential on and off the court for the national team and still gaining individual recognition at club level, having been the MVP of the Serbian Cup Final. She is capable of scoring in a range of different ways and that is backed up by her impressive free-throw shooting. She has played in a range of top level leagues across Europe and for some giant clubs during her career, including Russian powerhouses, Sparta&K M.R. Vidnoje and UMMC Ekaterinburg. This will be her fourth EuroBasket Women outing and there is a strong possibility it may also be her most productive, since there's little doubt she is getting better the older and wiser she becomes.