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2011 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women

The 2011 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women will be the 23rd edition of the FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women. 16 teams featured the competition, held in Italy from August 11–21. Russia is the defending champion.

2011 EuroBasket Under-16 for Women
23rd FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nationItaly
Dates11–21 August 2011
Teams16 
(from 1 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Spain
(7th title)
Official website
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Contents

TeamsEdit

Group stagesEdit

Preliminary RoundEdit

In this round, the sixteen teams were allocated in four groups of four teams each. The top three qualified for the Qualifying Round. The last team of each group played for the 13th–16th place in the Classification Games.

     Team advanced to Qualifying Round
     Team competed in Classification Round

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Sweden 3 2 1 159 145 +14 5 1–0
  Belgium 3 2 1 199 145 +54 5 0–1
  Slovakia 3 1 2 157 185 –28 4 1–0
  Poland 3 1 2 127 167 –40 4 0–1
August 11
14:30
Sweden   56–49   Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 14–7, 17–11, 11–17, 14–14
Pts: Hanson 14
Rebs: Hanson, Mirkovic 10
Asts: Lindrgen, Hanson 4
Pts: Abdelkader 15
Rebs: Bernard, Nauwelaers 7
Asts: Abdelkader, Allemand 4
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August11
16:45
Poland   41–58   Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 13–22, 16–7, 11–15, 1–14
Pts: Stankiewicz 10
Rebs: Pobozy 7
Asts: Stankiewicz 3
Pts: Hruscáková 14
Rebs: Dudásová 15
Asts: Dudásová, Matuskova 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

August 12
14:30
Slovakia   50–63   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 14–20, 17–12, 11–17, 8–14
Pts: Hruscáková 18
Rebs: Hruscáková 13
Asts: Matuskova 5
Pts: Magarity 19
Rebs: Hanson 13
Asts: Hanson 4
August 12
21:15
Belgium   69–40   Poland
Scoring by quarter: 26-12, 21-11, 13-9, 9-8
Pts: Nauwelaers 22
Rebs: Bernard 17
Asts: Abdelkader 7
Pts: Duraj 8
Rebs: Szajtauer 9
Asts: Buczak, Stankiewicz 2

August 13
16:45
Sweden   40–46   Poland
Scoring by quarter: 10-13, 7-9, 11-12, 12-12
Pts: Magarity 10
Rebs: Magarity 11
Asts: Eriksson 3
Pts: Duraj, Telenga 11
Rebs: Telenga 15
Asts: four players 1
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 13
19:00
Slovakia   49–81   Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 8-32, 10-16, 13-19, 18-14
Pts: Migova 13
Rebs: Zarevúcka 9
Asts: Matuskova 4
Pts: Abdelkader 18
Rebs: Nauwelaers 8
Asts: Allemand 8
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Russia 3 3 0 197 142 +55 6
  Greece 3 2 1 173 160 +13 5
  Czech Republic 3 1 2 156 172 –16 4
  Croatia 3 0 3 175 227 –52 3
August 11
14:30
Czech Republic   39–51   Russia
Scoring by quarter: 9–10, 6–15, 7–18, 17–8
Pts: Hoskova 17
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Hoskova, Lancova 1
Pts: Fedorova 12
Rebs: Fedorova 9
Asts: Komarova 5
Quartu S. Elena, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 11
16:45
Greece   68–56   Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 17–10, 14–8, 17–17, 20–21
Pts: Stamolamprou 19
Rebs: Fouraki, Pavlopoulou 6
Asts: Kyratzi 6
Pts: Chiabov 22
Rebs: Chiabov 11
Asts: Dujic, Racki 2
S. Elena, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

August 12
14:30
Croatia   68–74   Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 17–19, 12–22, 19–16
Pts: Chiabov 25
Rebs: Saric 7
Asts: Butina 6
Pts: Hoskova 21
Rebs: Krivánková, Opocenska 9
Asts: Hoskova, Mircová 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 12
21:15
Russia   61–52   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 22-14, 10-6, 15-23, 14-9
Pts: Ilinova 14
Rebs: Chaykovskaya 8
Asts: Chaykovskaya, Fedorova 2
Pts: Kyratzi 19
Rebs: Tsavou 6
Asts: six players 1
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

August 13
16:45
Croatia   51–85   Russia
Scoring by quarter: 12-19, 7-16, 18-27, 14-23
Pts: Chiabov 16
Rebs: Saric, Chiabov 8
Asts: Matic 4
Pts: Ilinova 18
Rebs: Tsukanova 10
Asts: Shomodi, Safonova 3
August 13
19:00
Czech Republic   43–53   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 12-17, 11-10, 10-15, 10-11
Pts: Opocenska 13
Rebs: Hoskova, Opocenska 10
Asts: Beránková 1
Pts: Tsavou 19
Rebs: Tsavou 10
Asts: Kyratzi 3

Group CEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Spain 3 3 0 257 91 +166 6
  Italy 3 2 1 146 170 –24 5
  Hungary 3 1 2 145 174 –29 4
  Finland 3 0 3 103 216 –113 3
August 11
19:00
Italy   27–87   Spain
Scoring by quarter: 4–18, 6–18, 13–26, 4–25
Pts: Zandalasini 8
Rebs: three players 4
Asts: Kacerik 2
Pts: Lizarazu 14
Rebs: Santo 6
Asts: five players 2
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 200
August 11
21:15
Finland   42–59   Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 11–12, 11–20, 8–11, 12–16
Pts: Rantanen 8
Rebs: Menna 11
Asts: six players 1
Pts: Bodnár 15
Rebs: Mellár 8
Asts: three players 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

August 12
16:45
Hungary   49–62   Italy
Scoring by quarter: 12-16, 15-13, 10-16, 12-7
Pts: Bodnár 14
Rebs: Bodnár 10
Asts: Böröndy, Dobos 3
Pts: Zandalasini 19
Rebs: Zandalasini 9
Asts: Penna 5
August 12
19:00
Spain   100–27   Finland
Scoring by quarter: 22-12, 25-7, 27-4, 26-4
Pts: Arrojo 18
Rebs: Arrojo 7
Asts: Arrojo, Rodriguez 4
Pts: Hämäläinen 8
Rebs: Hämäläinen 5
Asts: four players 1

August 13
14:30
Hungary   37–70   Spain
Scoring by quarter: 12-20, 10-16, 5-19, 10-15
Pts: Böröndy 11
Rebs: Varga 6
Asts: Kalocsai 2
Pts: Arrojo 17
Rebs: Romero 9
Asts: Romero 4
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 13
21:15
Italy   57–34   Finland
Scoring by quarter: 20-13, 19-6, 14-4, 4-11
Pts: Zandalasini 11
Rebs: Djedjemel, Ercoli 7
Asts: Peresson, Djedjemel 3
Pts: Äijänen 8
Rebs: Äijänen, Menna 8
Asts: Jämsä 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 200

Group DEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Turkey 3 3 0 183 161 +22 6
  France 3 2 1 208 166 +42 5
  Netherlands 3 1 2 156 184 –28 4
  Serbia 3 0 3 181 217 –36 3
August 11
19:00
Turkey   60–59   France
Scoring by quarter: 11–16, 17–12, 16–16, 16–15
Pts: Akbas 13
Rebs: Coklar 12
Asts: Akbas 3
Pts: Koné 16
Rebs: Koné 11
Asts: Morateur 4
August 11
21:15
Serbia   61–68   Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 13–22, 16–19, 17–12, 17–16
Pts: Mandic 29
Rebs: Crvendakic 9
Asts: Crvendakic 2
Pts: Jonge 16
Rebs: Lammerink 12
Asts: Slim 5

August 12
16:45
Netherlands   46–57   Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 11-19, 11-12, 16-11, 8-15
Pts: Slim, Hof 13
Rebs: Hof 9
Asts: Cornelius 4
Pts: Manlaci, Basaran 14
Rebs: Manlaci 9
Asts: four players 2
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 12
19:00
France   83–64   Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 16-17, 23-15, 23-15, 21-17
Pts: Djaldi-Tabdi 23
Rebs: Djaldi-Tabdi 14
Asts: Devillers, Dinga-Mbomi 3
Pts: Crvendakic 19
Rebs: Ristic 7
Asts: Mandic 5
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

August 13
14:30
Turkey   66–56   Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 11-12, 12-16, 20-15, 23-13
Pts: Coklar 23
Rebs: Coklar 14
Asts: Akbas, Atas 4
Pts: Crvendakic 15
Rebs: Crvendakic 12
Asts: Mandic 4
August 13
21:15
Netherlands   42–66   France
Scoring by quarter: 15-13, 10-18, 11-13, 6-22
Pts: Cornelius 11
Rebs: Lammerink 6
Asts: Kuijt, Hof 1
Pts: Djaldi-Tabdi 15
Rebs: Djaldi-Tabdi 10
Asts: Gaye 2

Qualifying RoundEdit

The twelve teams remaining were allocated in two groups of six teams each. The four top teams advanced to the quarterfinals. The last two teams of each group played for the 9th–12th place.

     Team advanced to Quarterfinals
     Team competed in 9th–12th playoffs

Group EEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Belgium 5 4 1 311 237 +74 9
  Sweden 5 4 1 304 271 +33 9
  Russia 5 4 1 270 251 +19 9
  Greece 5 2 3 278 304 –26 7
  Czech Republic 5 1 4 261 292 –26 6
  Slovakia 5 0 5 281 350 –69 5
August 15
14:30
Greece   37–55   Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 8-14, 8-12, 6-23, 15-6
Pts: Kalomitsini 10
Rebs: Tsavou 10
Asts: Kyratzi 6
Pts: Abdelkader 16
Rebs: Bernard 9
Asts: Allemand 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 15
16:45
Czech Republic   50–53   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 16-10, 10-18, 14-11, 10-14
Pts: Beránková 13
Rebs: Kanuková 10
Asts: Kanuková, Opocenska 2
Pts: Hanson 15
Rebs: Magarity 15
Asts: Magarity 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 15
19:00
Russia   60–53   Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 13-13, 17-13, 10-18, 20-9
Pts: Ilinova 15
Rebs: Tsukanova 9
Asts: Tsukanova, Chaykovskaya 2
Pts: Dudásová 14
Rebs: Hruscáková 10
Asts: four players 1

August 16
16:45
Slovakia   60–70   Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 12-15, 16-15, 14-12, 18-26
Pts: Páleníková 17
Rebs: Hruscáková 15
Asts: Dudásová 5
Pts: Hoskova 15
Rebs: Opocenska 12
Asts: Hoskova 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 16
19:00
Belgium   51–36   Russia
Scoring by quarter: 14-6, 7-10, 14-6, 16-14
Pts: Abdelkader 24
Rebs: Nauwelaers 12
Asts: Allemand 5
Pts: Safonova 10
Rebs: Tsukanova 9
Asts: three players 2
August 16
21:15
Sweden   76–60   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 20-8, 27-17, 13-20, 16-15
Pts: Magarity 23
Rebs: three players 7
Asts: Hanson 3
Pts: Kyratzi 18
Rebs: Stamolamprou 6
Asts: Pavlopoulou 5

August 17
19:00
Greece   76–69   Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 13-19, 26-19, 21-16, 16-15
Pts: Stamolamprou 31
Rebs: Tsavou 15
Asts: Kyratzi, Pavlopoulou 4
Pts: Hruscáková 32
Rebs: Zarevúcka 8
Asts: Matuskova 4
August 17
21:15
Czech Republic   59–75   Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 26-15, 13-21, 10-18, 10-21
Pts: Opocenska 14
Rebs: Opocenska 7
Asts: Hoskova 4
Pts: Abdelkader 22
Rebs: Bernard 8
Asts: Bernard, De Korte 3
August 17
21:15
Russia   62–56   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 28-15, 11-17, 17-6, 6-18
Pts: Tsukanova 17
Rebs: Komarova, Degtyarskaya 6
Asts: Ilinova 6
Pts: Magarity 17
Rebs: Magarity 11
Asts: three players 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

Group FEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Spain 5 5 0 389 193 +196 10
  Italy 5 3 2 278 293 –15 8 1–0
  Turkey 5 3 2 252 297 –35 8 0–1
  France 5 2 3 283 299 –16 7 1–0
  Netherlands 5 2 3 252 289 –37 7 0–1
  Hungary 5 0 5 216 305 –89 5
August 15
19:00
France   51–70   Italy
Scoring by quarter: 16-17, 11-20, 14-16, 10-17
Pts: Koné 13
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: Devillers 5
Pts: Zandalasini 21
Rebs: Ercoli 7
Asts: Marangoni 5
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 200
August 15
21:15
Netherlands   46–77   Spain
Scoring by quarter: 9-16, 14-18, 8-20, 15-23
Pts: Guijt 10
Rebs: Hof 7
Asts: Kanbier, Rikhof 2
Pts: Arrojo 21
Rebs: Arrojo 8
Asts: Lizarazu 5
August 15
21:15
Turkey   51–42   Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 13-15, 10-8, 19-10, 9-9
Pts: Coklar 23
Rebs: Coklar 16
Asts: Akbas 4
Pts: Böröndy 9
Rebs: Sikora, Kalocsai 7
Asts: Bodnár 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

August 16
14:30
Spain   72–48   France
Scoring by quarter: 15-8, 21-16, 14-17, 22-7
Pts: Arrojo 14
Rebs: Perez 8
Asts: Arrojo 4
Pts: Koné 16
Rebs: Koné 10
Asts: Mané 2
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 150
August 16
19:00
Netherlands   60–37   Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 15-9, 17-9, 19-13, 9-6
Pts: Lammerink 15
Rebs: Kempers 11
Asts: Cornelius, van Veen 3
Pts: Kalocsai 14
Rebs: Sikora 9
Asts: Bodnár, Böröndy 2
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 16
21:15
Italy   67–49   Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 22-15, 7-6, 19-18, 19-10
Pts: Penna 22
Rebs: Ercoli 13
Asts: Penna 3
Pts: Akbas 19
Rebs: Coklar 9
Asts: Akbas 4
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 400

August 17
14:30
France   59–54   Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 13-17, 20-3, 12-17, 14-17
Pts: Dinga-Mbomi 13
Rebs: Gaye 12
Asts: Devillers 2
Pts: Kalocsai 14
Rebs: Böröndy, Sikora 7
Asts: Böröndy 4
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 50
August 17
16:45
Italy   52–57   Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 14-25, 15-12, 15-13, 8-7
Pts: Zandalasini 18
Rebs: Ercoli 6
Asts: Marangoni, Penna 3
Pts: Guijt 18
Rebs: Lammerink 8
Asts: Kempers 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 300
August 17
19:00
Turkey   35–83   Spain
Scoring by quarter: 9-24, 7-21, 9-17, 10-21
Pts: Akbas 9
Rebs: Altunbey 4
Asts: Akbas 3
Pts: three players 12
Rebs: Del Santo 14
Asts: three players 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

Classification RoundEdit

The last teams of each group in the Preliminary Round will compete in this Classification Round. The four teams will play in one group. The last two teams will be relegated to Division B for the next season.

     Team will be relegated to Division B.

Group GEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Serbia 6 5 1 420 368 +52 11
  Croatia 6 3 3 414 393 +21 9
  Poland 6 3 3 395 385 +10 9
  Finland 6 1 5 326 409 –83 7
August 15
14:30
Poland   54–69   Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 15-18, 19-11, 12-19, 8-21
Pts: Stankiewicz 13
Rebs: Rembiszewska, Szajtauer 11
Asts: Pisera, Stankiewicz 3
Pts: Mandic 19
Rebs: Crvendakic 11
Asts: Mandic, Milekic 3
August 15
16:45
Croatia   76–47   Finland
Scoring by quarter: 14-14, 27-13, 18-7, 17-13
Pts: Saric 18
Rebs: Chiabov 10
Asts: Butina 5
Pts: Jämsä, Rantanen 10
Rebs: Purhonen 11
Asts: Jämsä 2

August 16
14:30
Finland   45–66   Poland
Scoring by quarter: 15-11, 17-25, 7-19, 6-11
Pts: Jämsä 12
Rebs: Äijänen 10
Asts: Jämsä 3
Pts: Pisera, Buczak 10
Rebs: Szajtauer 12
Asts: Buczak 5
August 16
16:45
Serbia   81–74   Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 21-18, 13-21, 17-16, 30-19
Pts: Mandic 3
Rebs: Mandic 12
Asts: Mandic 6
Pts: Butina 29
Rebs: Chiabov, Bura 9
Asts: Butina 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 50

August 17
14:30
Finland   56–66   Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 18-18, 5-12, 12-11, -21-25
Pts: Jämsä 16
Rebs: Purhonen 11
Asts: JPurhonen 3
Pts: Mandic 34
Rebs: Crvendakic 11
Asts: Mandic 5
August 17
16:45
Poland   69–72   Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 23-15, 14-12, 16-13, 16-32
Pts: Buczak 20
Rebs: Pobozy 15
Asts: Pisera 3
Pts: Racki 16
Rebs: Chiabov 10
Asts: Butina 10

August 19
14:30
Serbia   vs.   Poland
August 19
21:15
Finland   vs.   Croatia

August 20
16:45
Poland   vs.   Finland
August 20
19:00
Croatia   vs.   Serbia

August 21
09:45
Serbia   vs.   Finland
August 21
12:00
Croatia   vs.   Poland

Knockout roundEdit

ChampionshipEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
August 19 – Cagliari
 
 
  Belgium70
 
August 20 – Cagliari
 
  France67
 
  Belgium54
 
August 19 – Cagliari
 
  Italy43
 
  Italy60
 
August 21 – Cagliari
 
  Russia50
 
  Belgium43
 
August 19 – Cagliari
 
  Spain67
 
  Spain75
 
August 20 – Cagliari
 
  Greece28
 
  Spain79
 
August 19 – Cagliari
 
  Turkey52 Third place
 
  Sweden53
 
August 21 – Cagliari
 
  Turkey56
 
  Italy
 
 
  Turkey
 

QuarterfinalsEdit

August 19
14:30
Belgium   70–67   France
Scoring by quarter: 16-17, 19-16, 17-14, 18-20
Pts: Ben Abdelkader 18
Rebs: Medjo 9
Asts: Ben Abdelkader 8
Pts: Dinga-Mbomi 20
Rebs: Koné 16
Asts: four players 1
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 19
16:45
Spain   75–28   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 18-9, 18-4, 24-11, 15-4
Pts: Romero 12
Rebs: Romero 9
Asts: Lizarazu 4
Pts: Tsavou 8
Rebs: Tsavou, Stamolamprou 5
Asts: three players 1
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 200
August 19
19:00
Sweden   53–56   Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 10-15, 16-13, 17-15, 10-13
Pts: Magarity 18
Rebs: Magarity 18
Asts: Hanson 3
Pts: Akbas 19
Rebs: Coklar 12
Asts: Akbas 4
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 200
August 19
21:15
Italy   60–50   Russia
Scoring by quarter: 19-12, 15-15, 12-7, 14-16
Pts: Zandalasini 23
Rebs: Ercoli 8
Asts: Djedjemel, Marangoni 4
Pts: Degtyarskaya 17
Rebs: Fedorova 9
Asts: Komarova 5
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 1500

SemifinalsEdit

August 20
19:00
Belgium   54–43   Italy
Scoring by quarter: 12-14, 13-17, 16-6, 13-6
Pts: Ben Abdelkader 29
Rebs: Bernard 12
Asts: Allemand 2
Pts: Penna 14
Rebs: Ercoli, Zandalasini 9
Asts: Marangoni 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 1200
August 20
21:15
Spain   79–52   Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 20-14, 16-15, 19-8, 24-15
Pts: Arrojo 17
Rebs: Arrojo 10
Asts: Rodriguez 3
Pts: Basaran 13
Rebs: Coklar 8
Asts: three players 2
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 300

Bronze medal gameEdit

August 21
19:00
Italy   vs.   Turkey

FinalEdit

August 21
21:15
Belgium   43–67   Spain
Scoring by quarter: 12-21, 18-12, 9-14, 4-20
Pts: Ben Abdelkader 18
Rebs: Medjo 7
Asts: five players 1
Pts: Arrojo 20
Rebs: Del Santo 15
Asts: Romero 5
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 1500

5th–8th playoffsEdit

 
Semi-finalsFifth place
 
      
 
August 20 – Cagliari
 
 
  France67
 
August 21 – Cagliari
 
  Russia80
 
  Russia65
 
August 20 – Cagliari
 
  Greece71
 
  Greece74
 
 
  Sweden50
 
Seventh place
 
 
August 21 – Cagliari
 
 
  France47
 
 
  Sweden38

5th–8th semifinalsEdit

August 20
14:30
Greece   74–50   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 18-14, 11-16, 25-15, 20-5
Pts: Stamolamprou 30
Rebs: Pavlopoulou 10
Asts: Pavlopoulou 5
Pts: Magarity 14
Rebs: Magarity 7
Asts: three players 3
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100
August 20
16:45
France   67–80 (OT)   Russia
Scoring by quarter: 15-16, 19-15, 18-17, 11-15Overtime: 4-17
Pts: Koné 18
Rebs: Koné 14
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Tsukanova 15
Rebs: Safonova, Degtyarskaya 6
Asts: Fedorova 2
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

7th place playoffEdit

August 21
14:30
France   47–38   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 13-11, 18-8, 10-7, 6-12
Pts: Millavet 12
Rebs: Gaye, Koné 11
Asts: Dinga-Mbomi 3
Pts: Magarity 13
Rebs: Magarity 9
Asts: three players 1
Pala Rockefeller, Cagliari
Attendance: 100

5th place playoffEdit

August 21
16:45
Russia   65–71   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 15-19, 11-19, 23-21, 16-12

9th–12th playoffsEdit

 
Semi-finalsNinth place
 
      
 
August 19 – Cagliari
 
 
  Czech Republic65
 
August 20 – Cagliari
 
  Hungary59
 
  Czech Republic49
 
August 19 – Cagliari
 
  Netherlands56
 
  Netherlands52
 
 
  Slovakia48
 
Eleventh place
 
 
August 20 – Cagliari
 
 
  Hungary47
 
 
  Slovakia58

9th–12th semifinalsEdit

August 19
16:30
Czech Republic   65–59   Hungary
August 19
19:00
Netherlands   52–48   Slovakia

11th place playoffEdit

August 21
14:30
Hungary   vs.   Slovakia

9th place playoffEdit

Final standingsEdit

Rank Team Record
    Spain 9–0
    Belgium 7–2
    Italy 5–4

AwardsEdit

 2011 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women Winner 
 
Spain
Seventh title
Most Valuable Player
  Hind Ben Abdelkader

All-Tournament Team

  •   Leticia Romero
  •   Maria Arrojo
  •   Hind Ben Abdelkader
  •   Cecilia Zandalasini
  •   Hulya Coklar

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit