Career: Lietuvos telekomas Vilnius, becoming TEO Vilnius (Lithuania-LMKL, 1998-2004), DKSL Miskolc (Hungary-À Division, 2003-04), UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-Superleague, 2004-05), CariChieti Chieti (Italy, 2005) , TEO Vilnius (Lithuania-LMKL, 2005-06), Extrugasa Vilagarcia (Spain-LF, 2007-08), Real Club Celta Vigo (Spain-LF, 2008-09), Mann Filter Zaragoza(Spain-LF, 2009-10), Ros Casares (Spain-LF, 2010-11)
Now the veteran of the team, Agne Abromaite continues to offer Lithuania plenty at this level. She may be 32-years-old but shows few signs of slowing down when in her beloved National Team vest. As solid and as strong as ever both down low on the block or rebounding on the glass, she excelled at EuroBasket Women 2009 and also during the Qualifying Round last year. While things were not as smooth as she might have liked in Spain with Ros Casares, this seasoned campaigner offers plenty for her nation. She could easily average another double digit line at EuroBasket Women 2011 and you know for sure she will stand up and be counted. Above anything else, she keeps a cool head and that composure and experience during tournament basketball can be vital.