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WNBL Standings
 1 UC Capitals 16-5 
 2 Melbourne 14-7 
 3 Adelaide 13-8 
 4 Perth 13-8 
 5 Townsville 9-12 
 6 Dandenong 9-12 
 7 Bendigo 8-13 
 8 Sydney 2-19 
Points Per Game
 Kelsey GRIFFIN
  UC Capit.
  (188-F-87)
  Avg: 19.7
 1. Griffin, UC Capit.19.7 
 2. Cole, Dandenong19.4 
 3. Taylor, Perth18.9 
 4. Nurse, UC Capitals18.4 
 5. Batkovic-B., Towns.18.2 
 6. Allen, Melbourne18.2 
 7. Coffey, Adelaide17.5 
 8. Laney, Dandenong14.2 
 9. Schwagmeyer, Perth14.0 
 10. Payne, Bendigo13.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Kelsey GRIFFIN
  UC Capit.
  (188-F-87)
  Avg: 12.3
 1. Griffin, UC Capit.12.3 
 2. Batkovic-B., Towns.10.3 
 3. Tobin, Bendigo9.1 
 4. Alexander, Adelaide8.9 
 5. George, Melbourne8.9 
 6. Coffey, Adelaide8.5 
 7. Taylor, Perth8.1 
 8. McPhee, Perth6.9 
 9. Laney, Dandenong6.9 
 10. Pedersen, Dandenong6.7 
Assists Per Game
 Kelly WILSON
  UC Capit.
  (170-G-84)
  Avg: 6.2
 1. Wilson, UC Capit.6.2 
 2. Seekamp, Adelaide6.0 
 3. Mitchell, UC Capit.5.5 
 4. Snell, Sydney5.3 
 5. Allen, Melbourne5.3 
 6. Laney, Dandenong4.5 
 7. Madgen, Townsville4.0 
 8. Cole, Dandenong3.6 
 9. Hurst, Bendigo3.1 
 10. Blicavs, Adelaide3.1 
Steals Per Game
 Nicole SEEKAMP
  Adelaide
  (178-G-92)
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Seekamp, Adelaide2.2 
 2. Cole, Dandenong2.1 
 3. Taylor, Perth1.8 
 4. Mitchell, UC Capit.1.7 
 5. Griffin, UC Capit.1.7 
 6. Tobin, Bendigo1.5 
 7. Nurse, UC Capitals1.5 
 8. Wilson, UC Capit.1.4 
 9. Purcell, Melbourne1.4 
 10. Ebzery, Perth1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Louella TOMLINSON
  Bendigo
  (193-F-88)
  Avg: 1.7
 1. Tomlinson, Bendigo1.7 
 2. Tobin, Bendigo1.5 
 3. Tolo, UC Capitals1.4 
 4. Batkovic-B., Towns.1.3 
 5. Coffey, Adelaide1.3 
 6. Allen, Perth1.2 
 7. George, Melbourne1.1 
 8. Griffin, UC Capit.1.0 
 9. McSpadden, Sydney0.9 
 10. Magbegor, Melbo.0.9 
Player of the week

     Kelsey Griffin
      UC Capitals
      (188-F/C-81)
      
    Season 2018-2019
    List of Players
    List of Imports
    Abroad

    Canberra clinch WNBL championship with rain of three-pointers (Photo: wnbl.com)

    Canberra Capitals 2018-19
    Paul Goriss Paul Goriss Goriss
    Leilani Mitchell
    Mitchell
    Kelsey Griffin
    Griffin
    Kia Nurse
    Nurse
    Marianna Tolo
    Tolo
    Kelly Wilson
    Wilson
    # Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
    5  Mitchell Leilani 165 (5'5'') PG 85 USA Australia
    23  Griffin Kelsey 188 (6'2'') F 87 USA Australia
    11  Nurse Kia 183 (6'0'') G 96 Canada
    12  Tolo Marianna 196 (6'5'') C 89 Australia
    22  Wilson Kelly 170 (5'7'') G 84 Australia
    41  McLaren Kaili 188 (6'2'') F 88 USA
    21  Froling Keely 188 (6'2'') F 96 Australia
    7  Scherf Lauren 196 (6'5'') C/F 96 Australia
    4  Wallace Kristy 180 (5'11'') G 96 Australia
    9  Rocci Maddison 167 (5'6'') PG 98 Australia
    8  Cubillo Abby 161 (5'4'') PG 99 Australia
     Bourne Isabelle 186 (6'1'') C 0 Australia
    25  Loader Elizajane 173 (5'8'') G 0 Australia
    2  Young Hannah 178 (5'10'') G 93 Australia
    Head Coach: Paul Goriss

    Australiabasket.com All-Australian WNBL Awards 2019 - Feb 18, 2019


    Australiabasket.com All-Australian WNBL 1st Team 2019
    Rebecca Cole
    Cole
    Lindsay Allen
    Allen
    Asia Taylor
    Taylor
    Nia Coffey
    Coffey
    Kelsey Griffin
    Griffin

    Grand Final MVP: Kelsey Griffin (188-F/C-87) of UC Capitals
    Player of the Year: Kelsey Griffin (188-F/C-87) of UC Capitals
    Guard of the Year: Rebecca Cole (178-G-92) of Dandenong
    Forward of the Year: Asia Taylor (188-F-91) of Perth
    Center of the Year: Kelsey Griffin (188-F/C-87) of UC Capitals
    Domestic Player of the Year: Kelsey Griffin (188-F/C-87) of UC Capitals
    Import Player of the Year: Lindsay Allen (173-G-95) of Melbourne
    Defensive Player of the Year: Lauren Nicholson (183-G-93) of Adelaide
    Rookie of the Year: Jazmin Shelley (174-G/F-00) of Melbourne
    Coach of the Year: Chris Lucas of Adelaide

    1st Team
    G: Rebecca Cole (178-G-92) of Dandenong
    G: Lindsay Allen (173-G-95) of Melbourne
    F: Asia Taylor (188-F-91) of Perth
    F: Nia Coffey (185-F-95) of Adelaide
    F/C: Kelsey Griffin (188-F/C-87) of UC Capitals

    2nd Team
    C: Suzy Batkovic (195-C-80) of Townsville
    C/F: Rebecca Tobin (195-C/F-88) of Keltern
    G: Kia Nurse (183-G-96) of UC Capitals
    G: Brittany McPhee (183-G-96) of Perth
    G: Lauren Nicholson (183-G-93) of Adelaide

    Honorable Mention
    Kelly Wilson (170-G-84) of UC Capitals
    Cayla George (192-C-89) of Melbourne
    Alison Schwagmeyer (177-G/F-90) of Perth
    Nicole Seekamp (178-G-92) of Adelaide


    Canberra clinch WNBL championship with rain of three-pointers - Feb 17, 2019


    The University of Canberra Capitals have secured their eighth WNBL championship, defeating Adelaide Lightning 93-73 in game three of the grand final series. With captain Kelsey Griffin (188-F-87, college: Nebraska) (29 points, 15 rebounds) leading from the front, the Capitals completed a 2-1 series win on Saturday evening at AIS Arena for their first title since the 2009-10 season. A two-time WNBL champion and grand final MVP winner with the Bendigo Spirit, Griffin claimed both honours for a third time after averaging 25 points and 16 rebounds over the series. The minor premiers shook off the disappointment of Wednesday's controversial finish to game two, won 74-73 by Adelaide, to blow out the visitors after a tight opening half. Canberra's long-range assault (14 three-pointers at 60 per cent accuracy) proved too much for the Lightning to handle with all five starters scoring in double figures. Adelaide reserves Colleen Planeta (188-F-88, college: Point Loma) (15) and Aimie Clydesdale (177-G-93) (14) stepped up, with star import Nia Coffey (185-F-95, college: Northwestern, agency: LBM Management) restricted to four points in 16 minutes after getting in early foul trouble. But the visitors could not keep up with Canberra as they fell short of a dream finish to an impressive second half of the season. The Lightning made an ideal start to the championship decider by jumping out to a seven-point lead, but Canberra's outside shooting came to the fore, sinking five-of-seven three-point attempts to lead 25-24 after one quarter. Adelaide suffered a blow when Coffey picked up her third foul early in the second quarter but Planeta tallied 12 points for the half. The home side went into the main break ahead 49-45 and outscored Adelaide 18-7 to open the third stanza, triples from Griffin, Kia Nurse (183-G-96, college: Connecticut) (twice) and Leilani Mitchell (165-PG-85, college: Utah) extending the lead to 15 points. Adelaide stayed in the contest by holding Canberra scoreless for a four-minute stretch, but Kelly Wilson (170-G-84) and Mitchell combined for seven points to close the quarter with a 74-62 advantage. Canberra went for the kill early in the final quarter with Marianna Tolo joining Griffin to push the lead beyond Adelaide's reach.
    Courtesy of: theguardian.com



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