2016 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women

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2016 EuroBasket Under-18
for Women
33rd FIBA Europe Under-18
Women's Championship
EuroBasket Women Under-18 2016 logo.png
Tournament details
Host nation Hungary
Dates23 – 31 July 2016
Teams16
Venues2 
(in 1 host city)
Champions France
(2nd title)
MVPFrance Alexia Chartereau
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Russia Musina (18.0) France (69.7)
Rebounds Russia Musina (15.5) France (46.4)
Assists Hungary Lelik (5.6) Hungary (17.7)
Official website
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The 2016 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women was an international basketball competition held in Sopron, Hungary, from 23 to 31 July 2016. It was the 33rd edition of the championship, and is the FIBA Europe qualifying tournament for the 2017 FIBA Under-19 World Championship for Women. 16 national teams from across Europe, composed of women aged 18 and under, competed in the tournament.[1]

Venues[edit]

Participating teams[edit]

First round[edit]

The first-round groups draw took place on 22 January 2016 in Munich, Germany.[2]

All times are local – Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Latvia 3 3 0 197 144 +53 6
2  Czech Republic 3 2 1 176 166 +10 5
3  Slovakia 3 1 2 169 176 −7 4
4  Netherlands 3 0 3 144 200 −56 3
Updated to match(es) played on 24 July 2016. Source: Standings
23 July
13:00
Latvia  66–35  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 17–10, 21–10, 16–7, 12–8
Pts: Strautmane 16
Rebs: Strautmane 10
Asts: 7 players 1
Pts: Dekker 7
Rebs: Droste 6
Asts: Van Vlijmen, Tamis 2
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
23 July
18:00
Slovakia  44–58  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 7–14, 4–8, 18–16
Pts: Kovacikova, Tarkovicova 9
Rebs: Dubenova, Mikulasikova 5
Asts: Bilikova 2
Pts: Stopaulova, Krejzova 16
Rebs: Stopaulova 9
Asts: Zilkova 3
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
24 July
13:30
Czech Republic  53–74  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 12–16, 19–18, 8–13, 14–27
Pts: Krejzova 9
Rebs: Herinkova 6
Asts: Gallasova 4
Pts: Strautmane 17
Rebs: Strautmane 10
Asts: Septe 4
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
24 July
20:15
Netherlands  61–69 (OT)  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 26–14, 12–17, 10–11, 10–16Overtime: 3–11
Pts: Kuijt 14
Rebs: Slagter 7
Asts: Van Vlijmen 4
Pts: Lelkes 17
Rebs: Mikulasikova 20
Asts: Lelkes 5
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
26 July
15:15
Slovakia  56–57  Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 11–17, 17–18, 11–10, 17–12
Pts: Mikulasikova, Kovacikova 13
Rebs: Mikulasikova 15
Asts: Feherova 3
Pts: Strautmane 13
Rebs: Strautmane 9
Asts: Septe 3
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 200
26 July
17:30
Netherlands  48–65  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 9–16, 12–19, 21–13, 6–17
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 150

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Russia 3 3 0 214 168 +46 6
2  Italy 3 2 1 172 159 +13 5
3  Turkey 3 1 2 208 183 +25 4
4  Israel 3 0 3 141 225 −84 3
Updated to match(es) played on 24 July 2016. Source: Standings
23 July
15:15
Turkey  80–43  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 21–8, 16–7, 29–9, 14–19
Pts: Kepenc 17
Rebs: Yildizhan 10
Asts: Sahin 4
Pts: Saar 10
Rebs: 3 players 4
Asts: Yizchaki 3
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
23 July
20:30
Italy  49–52  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 9–13, 11–10, 17–12, 12–17
Pts: Cubaj 14
Rebs: Castello 8
Asts: Pinzan 3
Pts: Ogun, Musina 13
Rebs: Musina 17
Asts: Ogun 4
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
24 July
15:45
Russia  81–70 (OT)  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 13–22, 21–17, 16–14, 18–15, Overtime: 13–2
Pts: Musina 26
Rebs: Musina 21
Asts: Nuritdinova 6
Pts: Guclu 18
Rebs: Yildizhan, Guclu 9
Asts: Yildizhan 4
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
24 July
17:30
Israel  49–64  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 16–22, 6–18, 9–14
Pts: Rotberg 13
Rebs: Yizchaki, Sirkis 6
Asts: Saar 4
Pts: Pinzan 15
Rebs: Castello 12
Asts: 3 players 3
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
26 July
13:00
Italy  59–58  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 18–24, 14–15, 16–7, 11–12
Pts: Togliani 16
Rebs: Castello 7
Asts: Cubaj, Bacchini 3
Pts: Guclu 12
Rebs: Yildizhan 8
Asts: Yildizhan 4
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 100
26 July
19:45
Israel  49–81  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 13–23, 11–20, 11–21, 14–17
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  Spain 3 2 1 209 173 +36 5
2  Belgium 3 2 1 185 178 +7 5
3  Serbia 3 1 2 183 209 −26 4
4  Lithuania 3 1 2 183 200 −17 4
Updated to match(es) played on 24 July 2016. Source: Standings
23 July
13:00
Belgium  71–56  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 20–7, 18–14, 12–14
Pts: Resimont, Massey 14
Rebs: Devos 11
Asts: Massey 5
Pts: Knyzaite 16
Rebs: Meskonyte 9
Asts: Meskonyte, Knyzaite 3
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
23 July
20:30
Serbia  65–76  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 9–24, 24–20, 16–13
Pts: Katanic, Turudic 16
Rebs: Djordjevic 4
Asts: Stojiljkovic 4
Pts: Ginzo, Iparragirre 12
Rebs: Ginzo 5
Asts: Gonzalez 4
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
24 July
15:15
Spain  70–40  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 18–12, 19–10, 10–9, 23–9
Pts: Caceres 15
Rebs: Ginzo 7
Asts: Alonso 3
Pts: Henket 16
Rebs: Massey 6
Asts: Henket 2
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
24 July
19:45
Lithuania  59–66  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 14–11, 18–18, 10–22, 17–15
Pts: Meskonyte 20
Rebs: Petrenaite 10
Asts: 3 players 3
Pts: Naumcev 15
Rebs: Naumcev 10
Asts: Katanic 5
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
26 July
13:30
Lithuania  68–63  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 13–9, 26–20, 15–19, 14–15
Pts: Serkeviciute 15
Rebs: Meskonyte 9
Asts: Kaktaite 4
Pts: Etxarri Munarriz 12
Rebs: Caceres 6
Asts: Caceres 5
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 100
26 July
15:45
Serbia  52–74  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 13–20, 14–24, 14–13, 11–17
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 100

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1  France 3 3 0 248 144 +104 6
2  Hungary 3 2 1 215 190 +25 5
3  Croatia 3 1 2 175 219 −44 4
4  Slovenia 3 0 3 148 233 −85 3
Updated to match(es) played on 24 July 2016. Source: Standings
23 July
15:15
Croatia  37–88  France
Scoring by quarter: 14–24, 5–21, 11–20, 7–23
Pts: Erjavec 9
Rebs: Simunic, Molnar 4
Asts: 3 players 2
Pts: Chartereau 13
Rebs: Djaldi-Tabdi 8
Asts: Lenglet 4
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
23 July
18:15
Hungary  77–48  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 21–11, 19–16, 15–14, 22–7
Pts: Juhasz 17
Rebs: Torok 8
Asts: Lelik 8
Pts: Kroselj, Prevodnik 11
Rebs: Einfalt, Jesensek 5
Asts: Kroselj 4
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
24 July
13:00
Slovenia  58–72  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 13–12, 8–16, 23–23
Pts: Kroselj 27
Rebs: Einfalt 5
Asts: Cvijanovic 4
Pts: Silov 18
Rebs: Pavic 10
Asts: Pavic 3
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
24 July
18:00
France  76–65  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 24–23, 11–14, 18–14, 23–14
Pts: Chartereau 19
Rebs: Djekoundade 8
Asts: Pouye 4
Pts: Lelik 22
Rebs: Juhasz 9
Asts: Lelik 6
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
26 July
18:00
Croatia  66–73  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 16–15, 22–16, 16–31
Pts: Silov 20
Rebs: Molnar 6
Asts: Tadic 4
Pts: Juhasz 24
Rebs: Torok 13
Asts: Torok 8
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 500
26 July
20:15
Slovenia  42–84  France
Scoring by quarter: 9–20, 9–16, 7–25, 17–23
Pts: Zoran 16
Rebs: Jesensek 5
Asts: Prevodnik 6
Pts: Michaud 16
Rebs: Djekoundade, Djaldi-Tabdi 9
Asts: Djaldi-Tabdi, Lenglet 5
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 50

Knockout stage[edit]

Bracket[edit]

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
27 July
 
 
 Latvia59
 
29 July
 
 Israel56
 
 Latvia55
 
27 July
 
 Belgium52
 
 Belgium61
 
30 July
 
 Croatia59
 
 Latvia44
 
27 July
 
 France53
 
 Italy44
 
29 July
 
 Slovakia31
 
 Italy52
 
27 July
 
 France60
 
 France53
 
31 July
 
 Lithuania51
 
 France74
 
27 July
 
 Spain44
 
 Czech Republic56
 
29 July
 
 Turkey60
 
 Turkey57
 
27 July
 
 Spain67
 
 Spain69
 
30 July
 
 Slovenia42
 
 Spain71
 
27 July
 
 Russia55 Third place
 
 Russia82
 
29 July 31 July
 
 Netherlands50
 
 Russia64 Latvia58
 
27 July
 
 Hungary61  Russia65
 
 Hungary69
 
 
 Serbia53
 

Classification playoffs[edit]

5–8th place bracket[edit]

 
5th-8th place semifinals5th place game
 
      
 
30 July
 
 
 Belgium64
 
31 July
 
 Italy59
 
 Belgium54
 
30 July
 
 Hungary64
 
 Turkey60
 
 
 Hungary77
 
7th place game
 
 
31 July
 
 
 Italy57
 
 
 Turkey34

9–16th place bracket[edit]

  • Loser of the 13th place game will also be relegated to the 2017 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship Division B.
  • Participants of the 15th place game will be relegated to Euro U-18 Division B.
  13th place game
(31 July)
13th-16th place semifinals
(30 July)
9th-16th place quarterfinals
(29 July)
9th-12th place semifinals
(30 July)
9th place game
(31 July)
                                               
        Israel  68  
        Croatia  76  
      Israel  66           Croatia  47  
      Slovakia  64           Lithuania  63  
      Slovakia  56
        Lithuania  58  
      Israel  84           Lithuania  82
      Czech Republic  87           Slovenia  63
        Czech Republic  52  
          Slovenia  60  
    Czech Republic  74           Slovenia  58
  15th place game
(31 July)
        Netherlands  73           Serbia  51     11th place game
(31 July)
      Slovakia  73       Serbia  73       Croatia  43
      Netherlands  68         Netherlands  58         Serbia  85

All times are local (UTC+2).

Round of 16[edit]

27 July 2016
13:00
Czech Republic  56–60  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 10–22, 12–16, 16–16, 18–6
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 100
27 July 2016
13:30
Belgium  61–59  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 24–17, 12–18, 12–13, 13–11
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 50
27 July 2016
15:15
Spain  69–42  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 22–13, 7–4, 21–17, 19–8
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 100
27 July 2016
15:45
Latvia  59–56  Israel
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 15–13, 20–17, 13–11
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 150
27 July 2016
17:30
Italy  44–31  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 8–14, 13–4, 16–5, 7–8
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 100
27 July 2016
18:00
Hungary  69–53  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 22–10, 19–10, 15–18, 13–15
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 400
27 July 2016
19:45
France  53–51  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 11–12, 19–10, 14–16, 9–13
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 150
27 July 2016
20:15
Russia  82–50  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 31–13, 18–12, 13–8, 20–17
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 100

9–16th place quarterfinals[edit]

29 July 2016
13:00
Israel  68–76  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 18-14, 13-25, 12-15, 25-22
29 July 2016
15:15
Czech Republic  56–58  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 14.14, 14-10, 9-15, 19-19
29 July 2016
17:30
Slovakia  52–60  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 11-16, 11-14, 18-15, 12-15
29 July 2015
19:45
Netherlands  58–73  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 13-17, 8-15, 23-24, 14-17

Quarterfinals[edit]

29 July 2016
13:30
Latvia  55–52  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 20-15, 6-8, 11-21, 18-8
29 July 2016
15:45
Turkey  57–67  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 11-22, 11-10, 25-22, 10-13
29 July 2016
18:00
Italy  52–60  France
Scoring by quarter: 14-11, 11-18, 15-15, 12-16
29 July 2016
20:15
Russia  64–61  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 12-16, 20-23, 15-13, 17-9

13–16th place semifinals[edit]

30 July 2016
13:00
Israel  69–64  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 21–14, 17–13, 15–18
Sopron
Attendance: 100
30 July 2016
15:15
Czech Republic  74–73  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 23–19, 18–18, 17–14
Sopron
Attendance: 100

9–12th place semifinals[edit]

30 July 2016
17:30
Croatia  47–63  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 13–14, 14–20, 15–13, 5–16
Sopron
Attendance: 70
30 July 2016
19:45
Slovenia  58–51  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 14–9, 10–17, 15–15, 19–10
Sopron
Attendance: 60

5–8th place semifinals[edit]

30 July 2016
13:30
Turkey  60–77  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 9–23, 20–19, 17–14
Sopron
Attendance: 200
30 July 2016
15:45
Belgium  64–59 (OT)  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 12–11, 7–8, 18–10, 18–26Overtime: 9–4
Sopron
Attendance: 200

Semifinals[edit]

30 July 2016
18:00
Latvia  44–53  France
Scoring by quarter: 5–13, 18–11, 11–14, 10–15
Sopron
Attendance: 250
30 July 2016
20:15
Spain  71–55  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 29–15, 13–15, 17–11
Sopron
Attendance: 400

Final classification games[edit]

Match for 15th place[edit]

31 July 2016
11:00
Slovakia  73–68  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 24–14, 18–24, 12–16
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 70

Match for 13th place[edit]

31 July 2016
13:15
Israel  84–87 (OT)  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 18–24, 21–16, 17–14, 19–21Overtime: 9–12
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 140

Match for 11th place[edit]

31 July 2016
15:30
Croatia  43–85  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 6–19, 16–26, 9–22, 12–18
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 20

Match for 9th place[edit]

31 July 2016
17:45
Lithuania  82–63  Slovenia
Scoring by quarter: 17–4, 30–16, 21–21, 14–22
Novomatic Aréna II, Sopron
Attendance: 50

Match for 7th place[edit]

31 July 2016
13:30
Italy  57–34  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 11–13, 19–3, 11–7
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 150

Match for 5th place[edit]

31 July 2016
15:45
Belgium  54–64  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 9–13, 18–13, 16–24, 11–14
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 700

Bronze medal match[edit]

31 July 2016
18:00
Latvia  58–65  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 8–13, 19–12, 11–15, 20–25
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 350

Final[edit]

31 July 2016
20:15
France  74–44  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 19–9, 13–10, 13–15, 29–10
Novomatic Aréna, Sopron
Attendance: 700
Referees: Ognjen Jokić (MNE), Sergey Mikhaylov (RUS), Jelena Smiljanic (SRB)

Awards[edit]

 2016 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women
Winners 

France
Second title
Most Valuable Player
Alexia Chartereau

All-Tournament Team[edit]

Final ranking[edit]

Qualified for the 2017 FIBA Under-19 World Championship for Women.
Team relegated to 2017 Division B.
Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  France 7–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Spain 5–2
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Russia 6–1
4  Latvia 5–2
5  Hungary 5–2
6  Belgium 4–3
7  Italy 4–3
8  Turkey 2–5
9  Lithuania 4–3
10  Slovenia 2–5
11  Serbia 3–4
12  Croatia 2–5
13  Czech Republic 4–3
14  Israel 1–6
15  Slovakia 2–5
16  Netherlands 0–7

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2016 FIBA Europe U-18 Championship for Women". FIBA. Retrieved June 13, 2016.
  2. ^ Youth Europe Championships Draw

External links[edit]