lunes, 15 de agosto de 2011

Astou Barro Ndour nominada en el Mejor Quinteto del Campeonato de Europa

Italia, 15 de agosto de 2011 | Baloncesto femenino | Gabinete de Prensa 


Astou Barro Ndour nominada en el Mejor Quinteto del Campeonato de Europa (2011 ASTOU EN EL QUINTETO IDEAL DEL EUROPEO)
Astou Barro Ndour ha sido nominada en el Mejor Quinteto del Campeonato de Europa U18 que se ha venido celebrando durante los pasados diez dias en Oradea -Rumania-, gracias a sus 14 puntos y mas de 8 rebotes de media por partido, ademas de añadirle dos tapones cada encuentro en los escasos 24 minutos que jugaba de media por partido.



Astou fue designada junto a la tambien española Andrea Vilaro, quien junto a la base francesa Esther Moisan y a las dos lideres de las campeonas belgas: la pivot Emma Meesseman y la escolta Julie Vanloo.



Nuevo exito de Astou que despues de debutar en la LFB y en laCopa de Europa ECW y conquistar el oro con su club en elCampeonato de Espana junior obteniendo ademas los titulos de Maxima Anotadora y Mejor Reboteadora del campeonato se ha unido este verano a la Medalla de Plata en el Mundial U19 de Chile con el bronce obtenido en la tarde de hoy en el Campeonato de Europa U18 siendo en ambas nominada mejor pivot de ambos campeonatos.


Meesseman leads All Tournament Team


Center: Emma Meesseman (BEL) - MVP


Even before the Belgian fairytale in Oradea had come to a happy ending, even before her team had completed the demolition of France in the final, Emma Meesseman had inadvertently conquered her first title at the Global Vision U18 European Championship Women.

At halftime of the gold medal game the verdict was already out.

The head coaches of the 16 teams that participated in this championship, most of them having suffered at the hands of this unstoppable 18-year-old talent from Ieper, had few doubts and the result was almost unanimous.

Emma Meesseman, the center of champions Belgium, was named the MVP of the Global Vision U18 European Championship.

Truth be told, it was not exactly a difficult choice.

Going into the final, Meesseman was already the top scorer and top rebounder of the tournament.
She remained at the top of course even after the gold medal was hanging around her neck, averaging 16.9 points and 10.3 rebounds. 

The leader of Belgium capped her fantastic tournament with an outlandish performance in the final, where she scored 25 points and grabbed nine rebounds against perfect, until that moment, France.

She is joined in the All Tournament Team by her team-mate, point guard Julie Vanloo, the 'brains' of the champions.

Global Vision U18 European Championship Women All Tournament Team:

Guard: Julie Vanloo (BEL)

Guard: Esther Moisan Niamke (FRA)

Small Forward: Andrea Vilaró (ESP)

Center: Astou Ndour (ESP) 
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