Beşiktaş Women's Volleyball Team

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Beşiktaş
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Full name Beşiktaş Women's Volleyball Team
Short name Beşiktaş
Founded 1961
Ground BJK Akatlar Arena
İstanbul, Turkey
(Capacity: 3,200)
Chairman Turkey Fikret Orman
Manager Turkey Adnan Kıstak
Captain Russia Turkey Natalia Hanikoğlu
League Turkish Women's Volleyball League
2014-15 11. (relegated)
Website Club home page
Uniforms
Home
Away
Active departments of Beşiktaş
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Beşiktaş Women’s Volleyball is the women's volleyball section of Turkish sports club Beşiktaş J.K. in İstanbul, Turkey. The club plays its home matches in BJK Akatlar Arena.

2014-15 Team Roster[edit]

Number Player Position Height (m)
1 Turkey Yağmur Koçyiğit Outside Hitter 1.85
3 Turkey Zeynep Seda Eryüz Setter 1.84
4 Dominican Republic Gina Mambrú Opposite 1.82
5 Turkey Funda Bilgili Libero 1.70
8 Turkey Dilek Nur Babat Middle Blocker 1.91
9 Bulgaria Gabriela Koeva Middle Blocker 1.88
10 Turkey Aslı Köprülü Outside Hitter 1.81
11 Turkey Tülin Altıntaş Middle Blocker
13 Turkey Fatma Sinem Karamuk Middle Blocker
14 Turkey Ece Hocaoğlu Outside Hitter 1.88 15

Achievements[edit]

Domestic success[edit]

International success[edit]

Past rosters[edit]

2013-14

Zeynep Seda Eryüz, Seda Türkkan, Natalia Hanikoğlu, Marina Tumas, Dilek Kınık, Ayça Naz İhtiyaroğlu, Naz Döner, Dicle Nur Babat, Nilay Konar, Gabriela Koeva, Tülin Altıntaş, Selime İlyasoğlu, Paula Yamila Nizetich, Ceyda Aktaş

2012-13

Çağla Akın, Zeynep Seda Eryüz, Natalia Hanikoğlu, Ana Lazarevic, Funda Bilgi, Tülin Altıntaş, Fatma Sinem Karamuk, Dicle Nur Babat, Tuğba Toprak, Gabriela Koeva, Yağmur Koçyiğit, Aslı Köprülü, Ece Hocaoğlu, Tereza Rossi Matuszkova (Koç: Adnan Kıstak)

2011-12

Maiko Kano, Tanya Sabkova, Olena Gashuka Samsonova, Zülfiye Gündoğdu, Tuğçe Ergenç, Özlem Özçelik, Gülşah Olcay, Duygu Sipahioğlu, Yeliz Askan, Cansu Aydınoğulları, Pınar Eren, Sinem Barut, Hilal Yabuz, Gizem Giraygil (Koç: Bülent Karslıoğlu)

2010-11

Banu Toktamış, Cansu Aydınoğulları, Duygu Sipahioğlu, Gizem Sancak, Gülbahar Akgül, Gülşah Olcay, Hilal Yabuz, Müge Şakar, Natalia Kulikova, Olesia Rykhliuk, Olga Savenchuk, Pelin Çelik, Pınar Eren, Sinem Barut, Yeliz Askan (Coach: Bülent Karslıoğlu) [6]

2009-10

Cansu Aydınoğulları, Duygu Sipahioğlu, Gizem Sancak, Hilal Yabuz, Jasna Majstrovic, Melis Gürkaynak, Melis Şahin, Müge Şakar, Nilay Özdemir, Pınar Eren, Sanja Popović, Seda Eryüz, Tatiana Dos Santos, Yağmur Koçyiğit, Yeliz Askan (Coach: Bülent Karslıoğlu) [7]

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1995/1996 Turkish League- RESULTS
  2. ^ 1996/1997 Turkish League- RESULTS
  3. ^ 2003/2004 Turkish League- RESULTS
  4. ^ "Women's BVA Cup: Besiktas wins the Balkan Cup". Bulgarianvolley.com. Retrieved 2011-12-04. 
  5. ^ "Women's BVA Cup: Besiktas wins it again". Balkanvolleyball.org. 2010-07-16. Retrieved 2011-12-04. 
  6. ^ "2010-2011 Sezonu Bayanlar 1. Ligi Transferleri". Voleybolunsesi.com. Retrieved 2011-12-04. 
  7. ^ "2009-2010 Sezonu Bayanlar 1. Ligi Transferleri". Voleybolunsesi.com. Retrieved 2011-12-04. 

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