1995–96 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup

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The 1995–96 FIBA Women's European Champions Cup was 38th and final edition of the competition, which was refounded the following year as Euroleague Women. It ran from 6 September 1995 to 21 March 1996.

BTV Wuppertal defeated defending champion SG Comense in the final to become the first (and only to date) German team to win the competition since its foundation in 1959.[1] MBK Ružomberok and Bourges Basket also reached the Final Four, with the Slovaks winning the bronze.[2]

First Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Cenex Bosnia and Herzegovina 167–188 Austria Powerbaskt Wels 78–84 89–104
Soubry Kortrijk Belgium 151–100 Luxembourg Etzella Ettelbruck 77–49 74–51
Tirana Albania 79–185 Romania Târgovişte 44–76 35–109
Bellinzona Switzerland walkover Sweden Nerike
ŁKS Łódź Poland 150–154 Israel Elitzur Holon 79–76 71–78
Student Skopje Republic of Macedonia 137–172 Bulgaria Montana 81–99 56–73

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Powerbasket Wels Austria 141–202 Germany Wuppertal 73–111 68–91
Soubry Kortrijk Belgium 153–166 Turkey Galatasaray 75–86 78–80
Târgovişte Romania 136–144 Slovenia Ježica Ljubljana 76–62 60–82
Nerike Sweden 116–163 Slovakia Ružomberok 55–69 61–94
Elitzur Holon Israel 147–139 Hungary Pécs 74–58 73–81
Montana Bulgaria 121–138 Ukraine Dynamo Kiev 57–82 64–56
Becej Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 111–162 Greece Sporting Athens 58–75 53–87
Croatia Zagreb Croatia 117–113 Czech Republic USK Prague 70–56 47–57

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

# Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Slovakia Ružomberok 10 9 1 774 620
2 Spain Godella 10 6 4 709 646
3 Ukraine Dynamo Kiev 10 6 4 644 620
4 Turkey Galatasaray 10 5 5 714 772
5 Russia CSKA Moscow 10 3 7 771 786
6 Slovenia Ježica Ljubljana 10 1 9 598 766

Group B[edit]

# Team Pld W L PF PA
1 Italy Comense 10 9 1 744 651
2 Germany Wuppertal 10 6 4 810 723
3 France Bourges 10 5 5 697 643
4 Greece Sporting Athens 10 5 5 738 718
5 Croatia Croatia Zagreb 10 4 6 687 737
6 Israel Elitzur Holon 10 1 9 629 883

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd 3rd
Sporting Athens Greece 1–2 Slovakia Ružomberok 72–66 62–64 54–69
Dynamo Kiev Ukraine 0–2 Germany Wuppertal 62–75 58–80
Galatasaray Turkey 0–2 Italy Comense 69–82 81–85
Bourges France 2–0 Spain Godella 88–78 72–62

Final four[edit]

Semi-finals Final
19 March
 Slovakia Ružomberok  67  
 Germany Wuppertal  84  
 
21 March
     Germany Wuppertal  76
   Italy Comense  62
Third place
19 March 21 March
 Italy Comense  62  Slovakia Ružomberok  65
 France Bourges  54    France Bourges  59

Semifinals[edit]

19 March 1996
17:00 GTM+1
Ružomberok Slovakia 67–84 Germany Wuppertal
Scoring by half: 34-40, 33-44
Pts: Godályová 20
Rebs: Kovacová 11
Asts: Mozgovaya, Bieliková 4
Pts: Brondello 31
Rebs: Kehrenberg 7
Asts: Kehrenberg, Timms 4
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Sofia
Attendance: 1,600

19 March 1996
19:00 GTM+1
Comense Italy 62–54 France Bourges
Scoring by half: 26-21, 36-33
Pts: Gordon 20
Rebs: Mujanović 14
Asts: Pollini, Todeschini 2
Pts: Fijalkowski 12
Rebs: Kotočová 7
Asts: Kotočová, Souvré 2
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Sofia
Attendance: 2,000

Final[edit]

21 March 1996
Wuppertal Germany 76–62 Italy Comense
Scoring by half: 34-33, 42-29
Pts: Brondello 27
Rebs: Kremer 9
Asts: Timms 8
Pts: Fullin, Gordon, Todeschini 12
Rebs: Mujanović 12
Asts: Pollini 3
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Sofia
Attendance: 2,500

Individual statistics[edit]

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team PPG
1. United States Clarissa Davis Turkey Galatasaray 25.9
2. United States Cindy Brown Israel Elitzur Holon 23.9
3. Russia Elena Baranova Russia CSKA Moscow 22.4
4. Australia Sandra Brondello Germany Wuppertal 21.8
5. United States Virginia Toler Greece Sporting Athens 20.8

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team PPG
1. United States Venus Lacy Greece Sporting Athens 12.7
2. Russia Elena Baranova Russia CSKA Moscow 12.1
3. United States Cindy Brown Israel Elitzur Holon 10.7
4. United States Daedra Charles Turkey Galatasaray 8.9
5. England Andrea Congreaves Spain Godella 8.8

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team PPG
1. Russia Svetlana Antipova Russia CSKA Moscow 6.6
2. United States Virginia Toler Greece Sporting Athens 5.7
3. Russia Ludmila Konovalova Russia CSKA Moscow 5.3
4. Australia Michelle Timms Germany Wuppertal 4.9
5. Slovakia Iveta Bieliková Slovakia Ružomberok 4.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of finals in FIBA Europe's website
  2. ^ Results in FIBA Europe's website