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Elisabeth Aguilar López (born 15 October 1976 in Madrid) is a former Spanish women's basketball player, member of the Spanish women's basketball team. After four years at [[George Washington Colonials women's basketball |George Washington Colonials]], she spent most of her senior career in Spanish clubs (Real Canoe NC, Halcón Viajes Salamanca, Caja Rural Canarias, Ros Casares Valencia and Rivas Ecópolis, with just a couple of stints abroad: 2002 at Utah Starzz and 2012-13 at WBC Spartak Moscow Region. She won five Spanish Leagues , eight Spanish Cups and six medals with the Spanish senior team, retiring as European champion in 2013.

Elisa Aguilar
Amaya Valdemoro y Elisa Aguilar.JPG
Personal information
BornSeptember 15, 1976
Madrid
NationalitySpanish
Listed height172 cm (5 ft 8 in)
Career information
Playing career1994–2013
PositionPoint guard
Career history
1994-1997Real Canoe NC
1997-2000George Washington Colonials
2000-2001Halcón Viajes Salamanca
2001-2002Caja Rural Canarias
2002Utah Starzz
2002-2010Ros Casares Valencia
2010-2012Rivas Ecópolis
2012-2013WBC Spartak Moscow Region
Career highlights and awards

Club careerEdit

Elisa Aguilar started playing at home town of Madrid, at Real Canoe NC youth levels, making her debut in the top tier of the Spanish League with the senior team at 16. She played in several Spanish clubs from 1998 to 2001, when she moved to the United States to complete a college degree and at the same time play for the George Washington Colonials team. She continued most of her career in Europe (Spain, Russia), also playing for the Utah Starzz in 2002.

National teamEdit

She made her debut with Spain women's national basketball team at the age of 20. She played with the senior team for 17 years, from 1996 to 2013. She is one of the most capped players with a total of 222 caps and 5.3 PPG.[1] She retired from the national team at the age of 36 with the gold medal at the 2013 Eurobasket. She participated in two Olympic Games (Athens 2004, Beijing 2008),[2] three World Championships and seven European Championships:[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Selección Española Absoluta Femenina de Baloncesto". seleccionfemenina.feb.es. Retrieved 2017-10-01.
  2. ^ "Elisa Aguilar Bio, Stats, and Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 2017-10-01.
  3. ^ "archive.fiba.com: Players". archive.fiba.com. Retrieved 2017-10-01.