Ros Casares Valencia

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Ros Casares Godella
Ros Casares Godella logo
Leagues 1ª Autonomica
Founded 1996
Dissolved 2014[1]
History Popular Bàsquet Godella
Until 1996–99
Ros Casares Valencia
1999–2013
Ros Casares Godella
2013–2014
Arena Pabellón Municipal
Location Godella, Spain
Team colors Blue and orange
Championships 3 EuroLeague
14 Liga Femenina
11 Copa de la Reina
6 Supercopa de España
Website roscasaresbasket.com
Uniforms
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Ros Casares Godella is a professional women's basketball team based in Godella, Spain. It played in the Liga Femenina de Baloncesto between 1996 and 2012, when it resigned to play in Euroleague and Spanish League. It continued playing in Primera División Femenina, third tier of Spanish women's basketball, until 2014 when the club was integrated in Valencia BC.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1996 after inheriting the rights of the former EuroLeague Women champion Popular Bàsquet Godella. In 1998, the construction company Ros Casares acquired the team and in 2001 the club won its first league with this denomination.

The following season defended the title, won its first national cup and made its debut in the Euroleague. In subsequent years the team became a regular in the Euroleague and fought tightly with UB Barcelona, which disappeared in 2007. That season marked the beginning of Ros Casares' golden era, with four national doubles in a row and two Euroleague finals lost to Spartak Moscow Region.

Following an unsuccessful 2010-11 season where Ros Casares lost the national titles to Perfumerías Avenida and Rivas Ecópolis the team was greatly strengthened and it won the 2012 Euroleague by beating UMMC Ekaterinburg, Spartak Moscow Region, Wisła Kraków and finally Rivas Ecópolis in the new Final Eight,[2] in addition to its eighth national championship. However, the club announced it would be disbanded just two months later,[3] but finally continued playing in lower divisions.

On May 2014, Ros Casares agreed all the teams of the club will be integrated in Valencia BC since the 2014–15 season.[4]

Club names[edit]

  • Dorna Godella
  • Costa Naranja
  • Ros Casares Godella
  • Ros Casares Valencia
  • Ciudad Ros Casares Valencia
  • Ros Casares Godella

Season by season[edit]

Season Tier Division Pos. Postseason Copa de la Reina European Competitions
1997–98 1 Liga Femenina 8
1998–99 1 Liga Femenina 6
1999–00 1 Liga Femenina 4 Semifinalist Semifinalist
2000–01 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Quarterfinalist Ronchetti Cup Round of 64
2001–02 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Champion EuroLeague First Round
2002–03 1 Liga Femenina 2 Runner-up Champion EuroLeague quarterfinalist
2003–04 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Champion EuroLeague First Round
2004–05 1 Liga Femenina 2 Runner-up Semifinalist EuroLeague quarterfinalist
2005–06 1 Liga Femenina 4 Semifinalist Runner-up EuroLeague Round of 16
2006–07 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Champion EuroLeague runner-up
2007–08 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Champion EuroLeague quarterfinalist
2008–09 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Champion EuroLeague quarterfinalist
2009–10 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Champion EuroLeague runner-up
2010–11 1 Liga Femenina 2 Runner-up Runner-up EuroLeague semifinalist4th
2011–12 1 Liga Femenina 1 Champion Runner-up EuroLeague champion
2012–13 3 1ª Autonomica 5
2013–14 3 1ª Autonomica 3 Promotion playoffs

FIBA competition record[edit]

Competition Stage Result Opponent Position Top scorer
2000–01 Ronchetti Cup Round of 64 83–70 63–77 Italy La Spezia Anula 22 + 25
2001–02 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
0
0
71–76 71–64
51–69 62–67
72–64 74–68
74–87 70–65
71–75 58–48
51–69 78–64
69–72 73–81
Hungary Sopron
France Valenciennes
Czech Republic Brno
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Lithuania Vilnius
Italy Parma
Poland Gdynia
0
0
0
0
0
0
5 / 8
Valdemoro 17 + Johnson 17
Johnson 11 + 19
Johnson 24 + 18
Johnson 20 + Fernández 17
Fernández 21 + 12
Fallon 10 + Valdemoro 21
Page 17 + Johnson 23
2002–03 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
0
0
55–74 65–47
54–64 62–50
77–56 67–75
68–79 66–56
73–61 56–61
75–61 72–53
75–82 54–52
Italy Schio
Slovakia Ruzomberok
Hungary Sopron
Lithuania Vilnius
Poland Gdynia
Italy Parma
France Bourges
0
0
0
0
0
0
4 / 8
Fallon 19 + Valdemoro 21
Valdemoro 14 + Fallon 15
Valdemoro 18 + 24
Aguilar 13 + Fallon 18
Farris, Fernández, Riley 17 + Fernández 16
Valdemoro 22 + Aguilar 16
Valdemoro 29 + ?
Quarterfinals 66–71 48–56 France Valenciennes  ? + Valdemoro 16
2003–04 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
0
0
61–72 67–58
58–54 48–67
83–89 71–69
71–67 85–53
79–58 56–79
69–58 60–61
63–70 62–68
Czech Republic Brno
Russia Samara
Poland Gdynia
Italy Parma
Hungary Pécs
Lithuania Vilnius
France Valenciennes
0
0
0
0
0
0
5 / 8
Valdemoro 18 + Fallon 17
Valdemoro 20 + 16
Valdemoro 22 + Fallon 16
Aguilar 14 + Fallon 17
Fernández 24 + Valdemoro 22
Aguilar 17 + Van Gorp, Valdemoro 16
Fallon 16 + Valdemoro 16
2004–05 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
0
67–81 85–76
63–57 98–58
62–66 72–68
90–57 89–48
64–68 64–66
99–58 103–68
Russia Dynamo Moscow
Slovakia Kosice
France Bourges
Greece Sporting Athens
Hungary Pécs
Czech Republic Kara Trutnov
0
0
0
0
0
4 / 7
Batkovic 21 + Holdsclaw 20
Valdemoro 20 + Batkovic, Valdemoro 20
Holdsclaw 16 + 30
Holdsclaw 22 + Valdemoro 18
Holdsclaw 23 + Valdemoro 28
Valdemoro 30 + 32
Round of 16 65–59 73–70 France Valenciennes Holdsclaw 20 + Valdemoro 20
Quarterfinals 51–62 45–75 Russia Samara Holdsclaw 19 + Batkovic 12
2005–06 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
64–77 61–83
67–81 76–73
80–78 71–60
77–62 74–70
46–81 58–59
Hungary Pécs
France Mondeville
Czech Republic USK Prague
Belgium Namur
Russia Samara
0
0
0
0
3 / 6
Antibe 17 + Aguilar 16
Santos 16 + 21
Antibe 20 + Montañana 26
Antibe 21 + Kneževic 19
Aguilar 15 + 16
Round of 16 59–72 43–64 Russia Dynamo Moscow Aguilar 12 + Antibe 10
2006–07 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
81–58 76–69
63–69 73–59
79–63 73–81
83–71 76–50
66–71 68–71
France Valenciennes
Czech Republic Brno
Russia Ekaterinburg
Poland Gdynia
Turkey Fenerbahçe
0
0
0
0
2 / 6
Milton-Jones 25 + 26
Tornikidou 24 + Milton-Jones 25
Milton-Jones 21 + 19
Aguilar 16 + Milton-Jones 24
Dydek 19 + Milton-Jones 22
Round of 16 80–72 67–57 Poland Wisla Krakow Milton-Jones 19 + 17
Quarterfinals 67–69 71–53 82–80 Turkey Fenerbahçe Milton-Jones 19 + 20 + 30
Semifinals 73–59 France Bourges Milton-Jones 20
Final 62–79 Russia Spartak Moscow Region Milton-Jones 21
2007–08 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
71–52 94–54
77–71 83–78
82–71 55–53
75–70 84–72
80–75 89–60
Italy Atletico Faenza
France Mondeville
Russia Dynamo Moscow
Lithuania Vilnius
Hungary Pécs
0
0
0
0
1 / 6
Douglas 28 + Milton-Jones 18
Maltsi 14 + Milton-Jones 20
Milton-Jones 19 + Douglas, Milton-Jones 15
Douglas 16 + Milton-Jones 19
Douglas 21 + Milton-Jones 20
Round of 16 70–44 63–71 70–46 France Valenciennes Milton-Jones 12 + Douglas 21 + 17
Quarterfinals 71–63 55–65 69–75 Czech Republic Brno Milton-Jones 26 + Douglas 22 + Milton-Jones, Tornikidou 16
2008–09 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
93–51 85–59
72–87 69–88
81–89 71–63
99–51 91–61
83–72 89–72
Poland Gdynia
Czech Republic USK Prague
Russia Ekaterinburg
France Union Hainaut
Croatia Sibenik
0
0
0
0
2 / 6
De Souza 21 + Milton-Jones 19
Milton-Jones 18 + 19
Valdemoro 22 + Milton-Jones 19
Milton-Jones 25 + Valdemoro 19
Valdemoro 24 + Milton-Jones 20
Round of 16 98–53 81–48 Slovakia Kosice Wiggins 23 + De Souza, Valdemoro 16
Quarterfinals 57–65 73–71 70–79 Russia Spartak Moscow Region Valdemoro 20 + 21 + Milton-Jones 18
2009–10 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
118–38 78–54
78–48 75–50
87–68 60–72
69–78 87–59
63–62 77–47
Latvia Riga
Lithuania Vilnius
Russia Ekaterinburg
Italy CRAS Taranto
Turkey Galatasaray
0
0
0
0
2 / 6
Milton-Jones 25 + Hammon 18
Milton-Jones 23 + Valdemoro 15
Milton-Jones, Palau 19 + Aguilar, Milton-Jones 12
Milton-Jones 18 + Valdemoro 20
Milton-Jones 17 + Valdemoro 21
Round of 16 81–70 85–74 Czech Republic USK Prague De Souza 24 + Milton-Jones 18
Quarterfinals 74–50 63–57 Spain Salamanca Snell 21 + De Souza 21
Semifinals 86–57 Poland Wisla Krakow De Souza 23
Semifinals 80–87 Russia Spartak Moscow Region Milton-Jones 19
2010–11 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
76–68 82–87
74–47 55–58
76–67 65–51
60–53 86–52
82–74 98–49
Russia Nadezhda Orenburg
France Bourges
Italy Schio
Poland Gorzów
Czech Republic Brno
0
0
0
0
1 / 6
Douglas 17 + 24
Brunson 19 + Brunson, Lawson 15
Brunson, Fernández 20 + Douglas 18
Brunson, Douglas 16 + Brunson 16
Brunson 27 + Douglas 35
Round of 16 84–56 70–72 86–63 Hungary Sopron Brunson, Lawson 16 + Brunson 23 + Douglas 25
Quarterfinals 65–58 63–58 France Bourges Douglas 27 + 24
Semifinals 49–61 Spain Salamanca Brunson, Douglas 15
Third place 52–64 Russia Ekaterinburg Brunson 12
2011–12 Euroleague
0
0
0
0
0
0
1st Stage
0
0
0
0
0
0
80–63 80–43
83–55 72–73
90–72 84–70
59–67 81–70
77–50 68–61
60–52 81–63
76–46 98–80
Hungary Gyor
Lithuania Kaunas
Poland Gdynia
Czech Republic USK Prague
France Bourges
Russia Ekaterinburg
Turkey Galatasaray
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 / 8
Murphy 26 + Wauters 18
Wauters 24 + 18
Yacoubou 23 + Wauters 21
Lyttle 19 + Yacoubou 14
Murphy 17 + Jackson 14
Wauters 17 + Yacoubou 16
Lyttle, Palau 20 + Moore 26
Round of 16 88–54 78–58 Poland Polkowice Wauters 19 + Moore 20
Final Eight
0
0
62–49
77–66
90–61
Russia Ekaterinburg
Russia Spartak Moscow Region
Poland Wisla Krakow
Jackson 12
Jackson 16
Yacoubou 20
Final 65–52 Spain Rivas Lyttle 18

Honours[edit]

International[edit]

National[edit]

  • Liga (8): 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012
  • Copa de la Reina (7): 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • Supercopa de España (6): 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

2011–12 Roster[edit]

Ros Casares Valencia roster
Players Coaches
Pos. # Nat. Name Ht. Wt.
F/C Portugal Reis, Sónia 70001890000000000001.89 m (6 ft 2 in)
F 4 Czech Republic Veselá, Jana 70001940000000000001.94 m (6 ft 4 in)
C 5 Spain Cotano, Rebeca 70001840000000000001.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
G 6 Spain Domínguez, Silvia 70001670000000000001.67 m (5 ft 6 in)
C 7 France Benin Yacoubou, Isabelle 70001900000000000001.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
C 8 Spain Forasté, Miriam 70001900000000000001.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
G 9 Spain Palau, Laia (C) 70001780000000000001.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
PF 10 Spain Balart, Marlés 70001820000000000001.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
G 11 Hungary Honti, Katalin 70001780000000000001.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
C 12 Belgium Wauters, Ann 70001950000000000001.95 m (6 ft 5 in)
13 Spain Sáez, Virginia 70001820000000000001.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
G 14 United States Murphy, Eshaya 70001820000000000001.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
PF 15 Australia Jackson, Lauren 70001950000000000001.95 m (6 ft 5 in)
PF 20 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Spain Lyttle, Sancho 70001900000000000001.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
SF 23 United States Moore, Maya 70001830000000000001.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Head coach

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • Injured Injured

Roster
Updated: 2011-10-19


WNBA Players[edit]

WNBA players currently playing for Ros Casares Valencia include Lauren Jackson, Sancho Lyttle, Maya Moore, and Eshaya Murphy. Nicky Anosike and Taj McWilliams-Franklin have also played for the club.[5]

References[edit]

External links[edit]