Slovenia women's national basketball team

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Slovenia
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FIBA zone FIBA Europe
National federation Basketball Federation of Slovenia
Coach Boris Zrinjski
Olympic Games
Appearances None
Medals None
World Championships for Women
Appearances None
Medals None
European Championship for Women
Appearances None
Medals None
Uniforms
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Light jersey
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Team colours
Light
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Dark jersey
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Team colours
Dark

The Slovenia women's national basketball team represents Slovenia in international women's basketball competitions. Less successful than its male counterpart, the team has yet to make its debut in the Eurobasket finals. It currently plays in the competition's Division B.[1]

2011 Roster[edit]

H / Y Player Club
(1.90) / 1990 Tina Trebec Slovenia Athlete Celje
(1.86) / 1984 Nataša Vene Slovenia Ilirija Ljubljana
(1.83) / 1985 Maja Erkić (C) Italy Famila Schio
(1.82) / 1988 Martina Osterman Bosnia and Herzegovina Sloboda Novi Grad
(1.81) / 1986 Eva Komplet Croatia Croatia Gospić
(1.81) / 1982 Nataša Radulović Slovenia Triglav Kranj
(1.80) / 1988 Ana Ljubenović Slovenia Triglav Kranj
(1.79) / 1986 Martina Dover Croatia Croatia Gospić
(1.79) / 1991 Lea Jagodič Slovenia Athlete Celje
(1.77) / 1990 Anja Klavžar Slovenia Athlete Celje
(1.71) / 1990 Teja Oblak Slovenia Athlete Celje
(1.65) / 1986 Urša Čuk Slovenia Ilirija Ljubljana

References[edit]

  1. ^ Record in FIBA's archive