NEWS

09.08.2009
Greece Bring Home Seventh Place

Quarter final losers Greece and Czech Republic fought it out for seventh spot and it was Greece who emerged the victorious with a hard fought 59-54 win.

Greece had been in control of the game during the first half and found themselves 28-23 in front at the break.

05.08.2009
24 Seconds With Milica Toskovic and Natasa Kovecevic
Very much a double act on the court, Serbia small forwards Milica Toskovic and Natasa Kovacevic kindly teamed up to speak with FIBA Europe off the court as they fight to make the quarter finals having already shown their potential with a big win over Spain.

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ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
4Aleksandra Stanacev PG 1.61 25.09.1994 Kikindia (SRB)  
5Marija Radosevic PG 1.71 21.07.1993 Novi Sad (SRB)  
6Jelena Stankovic SF 1.83 28.03.1993 Belgrade (SRB)  
7Tamara Rajic SF 1.81 26.02.1993 Sombor (SRB)  
8Aleksandra Popovic GF 1.81 14.09.1993 Novi Sad (SRB)  
9Jelena Stulic SF 1.79 28.01.1993 Sombor (SRB)  
10Dijana Stancic SF 1.83 03.09.1993 Leskovac (SRB)  
11Milica Toskovic SG 1.85 22.11.1993 Los Angeles (USA)  
12Zaklina Jankovic FC 1.89 12.08.1994 Novi Sad (SRB)  
13Natasa Kovacevic SF 1.86 20.05.1994 Beograd (SRB)  
14Ivana Brajkovic 1.93 11.01.1993 Beograd (SRB)  
15Jovana Dordevic 1.86 14.01.1993 Belgrade (SRB)  

COACHES

Head Coach: Zoran Kovacic
Assistant Coach: Dragan Ognjenovic

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05.08.2009
Belgium Beat Serbia, Finish Top Of Group E

"The most beautiful moment of the game" is how tournament MVP contender Julie Vanloo described the thrill of dishing an assist to her team-mate in the dying moments as Belgium topped Group E with a 63-50 win over Serbia.

Anybody fearing another effortlessly masterful display of 24 points might go to the head of Vanloo can forget it.

04.08.2009
Finland Bounce Back From Tough Loss To Beat Serbia

Finland shrugged off the controversy of their last gasp loss to Italy and a nightmare third quarter to overcome the Spanish conquering Serbia in another hard fought Qualifying Round game in Naples.

The 61-53 success left Coach Harri Jokela with praise for his players who he believes managed to bury the disappointment of losing to the hosts in cruel fashion.

Serbia Rally To Late Win Over Stunned Spain03.08.2009
Hosts Italy Stay Unbeaten, Leave Serbia Behind01.08.2009
Serbia Shift Gears In Second Half, Put Away Sweden31.07.2009
Serbia Unable To Finish Off Fighting Turkey30.07.2009
Kovacic Targets Top Five With Serbia29.07.2009

Team

Serbia
Serbia

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSN. Kovacevic11.4
RTI. Brajkovic11.4
ASA. Stanacev1.1
STM. Toskovic1.9
BSI. Brajkovic2.1

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

30.07.2009vs TUR[L] 59-63
31.07.2009vs SWE[W] 60-39
01.08.2009vs ITA[L] 52-64
03.08.2009vs ESP[W] 59-56
04.08.2009vs FIN[L] 53-61
05.08.2009vs BEL[L] 50-63
07.08.2009vs POL[L] 42-53
09.08.2009vs LTU[W] 50-47

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