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18.07.2004 - Jon Ingram

Hungary are the bronze medal winners at the European Championship for U18 Women. They defeated a Jelena Dubljevic-less Serbia & Montenegro side to win their second bronze in the history of the competition (the other came in 1994).

Dubljevic, Serbia & Montenegro’s top scorer and rebounder, was forced to sit out the game after turning an ankle in the closing minutes of her team’s semi-final loss to Spain.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

4th

73.6 PTS

23th

27.2 RT

1st

17.4 AS

2nd

51.8 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

1st

17.4 AS

2nd

51.8 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.77
10.06.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

5

G
1.77
12.06.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

6

F
1.82
21.02.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

7

SF
1.83
09.09.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

8

GF
1.82
24.04.1986
Debrecen (HUN)  

9

G
1.77
09.03.1987
Györ (HUN)  

10

PG
1.78
24.08.1987
Sopron (HUN)  

11

G
1.83
13.03.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

12

F
1.82
15.01.1986
Tatabánya (HUN)  

13

G
1.76
11.07.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

14

C
1.96
08.08.1986
Budapest (HUN)  

15

C
1.93
25.04.1987
Gyula (HUN)  

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TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

06.08.2003
vs SWE
[W] 78-52
07.08.2003
vs ISR
[W] 70-39
08.08.2003
vs POL
[W] 68-47
09.08.2003
vs CRO
[W] 74-63
10.08.2003
vs ESP
[W] 78-58

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