2001–02 EuroLeague Women

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The 2001–02 Euroleague Women was the sixth edition of the Euroleague era of FIBA's premier international competition for European women's basketball clubs, running between 31 October 2001 and 28 April 2002. Last year's runner-up US Valenciennes Olympic defeated Lotos Gdynia in the final to become the second French club to win the competition.[1]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

# Team Pld W L PF PA
1 France Bourges 14 13 1 1031 845
2 Slovakia Ruzomberok 14 12 2 1192 1008
3 Italy Pool Comense 14 10 4 1075 920
4 Hungary Pécsi 14 9 5 1018 856
5 Turkey Botas 14 4 10 937 1122
6 Germany Goldzack Wuppertal 14 3 11 899 1030
7 France Aix 14 4 10 887 1054
8 Israel Ramat HaSharon 14 2 12 1018 1222

Group B[edit]

# Team Pld W L PF PA
1 France Valenciennes 14 12 2 1046 864
2 Poland Lotos Gdynia 14 10 4 1109 1065
3 Hungary Gysev Sopron 14 8 6 1081 856
4 Italy Lavezzini Parma 14 8 6 933 951
5 Spain Ros Casares 14 6 8 945 959
6 Czech Republic Gambrinus Brno 14 6 8 1018 985
7 Turkey Fenerbahçe 14 4 10 953 1081
8 Lithuania Lietuvos Telekomas 14 2 12 854 1038

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd 3rd
Bourges France 0–2 Italy Lavezzini Parma 58–66 57–72
Lotos Gdynia Poland 2–1 Italy Pool Comense 104–64 73–78 78–72
Ruzomberok Slovakia 2–1 Hungary Gysev Sopron 96–83 68–87 98–78
Valenciennes France 2–1 Hungary Pécsi 75–70 55–59 63–56

Final Four[edit]

Semi-finals Final
26 April
 Italy Lavezzini Parma  58  
 Poland Lotos Gdynia  74  
 
28 April
     Poland Lotos Gdynia  72
   France Valenciennes  78
Third place
26 April 28 April
 Slovakia Ruzomberok  60  Italy Lavezzini Parma  75
 France Valenciennes  108    Slovakia Ruzomberok  57

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in FIBA Europe's website