Thursday , 17 April 2014

EuroLeague Women TOP25 All-Time Scorers, Rebounders And Assisters

I’m a stats nerd. It has bugged me for quite a while that there aren’t available any all-time stats for FIBA Euroleague Women. After a question from Przemysław Wyrwa regarding all-time stats I couldn’t delay it anymore and in a couple of hours collected available numbers from FIBAEurope.com for ELW since 1997. So I present to you, my fellow stats nerd or just the curious visitor, the TOP 25 players in the three major statistics categories and in the number of games played.

Most Points Scored

Most Rebounds Collected

Most Assists Made

Most Games Played

1. Ann Wauters

3079

Maria Stepanova

1717

1. Dalma Ivanyi

957

Alena Kovacova

211

2. Jurgita Streimikyte

2802

Margo Dydek

1483

2. Audrey Sauret-Gillespie

683

Ilona Korstin

203

3. DeLisha Milton-Jones

2424

Ann Wauters

1478

3. Edwige Lawson

541

Ann Wauters

199

4. Maria Stepanova

2413

Jurgita Streimikyte

1340

4. Catherine Melain

516

Zuzana Zirková

198

5. Gordana Kovacevic

2306

DeLisha Milton-Jones

1187

5. Iveta Bielikova.

505

Eva Vitecková

198

6. Margo Dydek

2233

Alena Kovacova

1043

6. Celine Dumerc

504

Maria Stepanova

196

7. Zuzana Zirková

2184

Slobondanka Maksimovic

978

7. Yannick Souvré

480

Jurgita Streimikyte

194

8. Amaya Valdemoro

2182

Kamila Vodicková

966

8. Hana Horakova

474

Hana Horakova

192

9. Agnieszka Bibrzycka

1934

Dalma Ivanyi

917

9. Zuzana Zirková

460

Ivana Vecerová

189

10. Catherine Melain

1916

Marlies Askamp

894

10. Romana Hamzova

458

Catherine Melain

185

11. Eva Vitecková

1895

Catherine Melain

889

11. Laia Palau

442

Dalma Ivanyi

176

12. Ilona Korstin

1888

Ilona Korstin

873

12. Jurgita Streimikyte

423

Audrey Sauret-Gillespie

173

13. Audrey Sauret-Gillespie

1775

Alessandra Santos

863

13. Jelena Skerovic

397

Margo Dydek

167

14. Dalma Ivanyi

1763

Hana Horakova

734

14. Gordana Kovacevic

371

Slobondanka Maksimovic

161

15. Hana Horakova

1753

Elodie Godin

732

15. Ticha Penicheiro

367

Amaya Valdemoro

160

16. Katie Douglas

1707

Taj McWilliams

702

16. Elisa Aguilar

338

Edwige Lawson

159

17. Kamila Vodicková

1663

Isabelle Fijalkowski

677

17. Kristi Lee Willoughby

333

Agnieszka Bibrzycka

154

18. Sandra Brondello

1582

Ivana Vecerová

677

18. Ann Wauters

328

Gordana Kovacevic

151

19. Andrea Balas-Pirine Karolyi

1557

Amaya Valdemoro

668

19. Amaya Valdemoro

326

DeLisha Milton-Jones

147

20. Diana Taurasi

1543

Sonja Kireta

653

20. Sue Bird

314

Francesca Zara, F.

142

21. Slobondanka Maksimovic

1524

Daliborka Vilipic

644

21. Diana Taurasi

289

Timea Ivkovicné Béres

141

22. Ivana Matovic

1524

Petra Kulichová

629

22. Sandra Le Dréan

286

Iveta Bielikova.

139

23. Isabelle Fijalkowski

1472

Jolanta Vilutyte

618

23. Cappie Pondexter

284

Jana Veselá

138

24. Jolanta Vilutyte

1416

Timea Ivkovicné Béres

606

24. Ilona Korstin

281

Elisa Aguilar

135

25. Albena Branzova Dimitrova

1415

Jana Veselá

605

25. DeLisha Milton-Jones

273

Sandra Le Dréan

134

 

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  • Przemysław Wyrwa

    Oh you’re my god now :) Thank you for that.
    It seems like Dalma really IS the all-time MVP in Euroleague.

  • Csaba Perger

    Iványi Dalma!!!!

  • Michelle

    How many games has Taurasi played?

    • Janis Kacens

      81

  • Chad Stevens

    Dalma will never be Euroleague MVP she never won A Euroleague title. The MVP of all time are Delisha Milton-Jones, Ann Wauters, maybe Diana Tarausi. Delisha Milton-Jones and Ann Wauters are special players. Milton-jones played in 5 Euroleague Fina Four’s and has won 2 Chmpionships.
    Dalma is not even in the conversation with these type of players the stats don’t lie.

  • Przemysław Wyrwa

    I happen to disagree. DMJ is a great player and would most probably make a All-time First team. However she always played for stacked teams, that makes F4 and winning titles a bit easier, don’t you think? Look at the names on DMJ team’s roster from those ring-seasons. You could easily make a competitive WNBA team out of them. Sure, being a star among those is worthy. But.

    Dalma has carried Pecs to F4 three times pretty much all by herself. Twice she had help from Albena Branzova and that’s it. Once a decent American, once a good center to help. In 2005 on the road to F4 she was a leader in ppg, rpg, apg and spg for Pecs. Dalma made her mediocre fellows play above their expectations. For me that’s MVP class.

    • Chad Stevens

      Listen Dalma made the descion to stay in Pecs when many teams wanted het to come to there team.
      Listen I could say the same about Diana Tarausi. Diana won 4 Final Fours and her teams where loaded
      but at the end of the day its about winning. Just so you know DMJ is top 25 in every stat catagory and she
      was one of 3 players in the history of the Euroleague to lead it in scoring and rebounding. And anthore
      thing Delisha never played on a stack team that had won a euroleague look at her team she won with
      Brno so please quit making excuses. Dalma is a solid player but has donr nothing to be MVP all time
      of the Euroleague, Delisha has been sucessful on both sides of the World is Dalma came to the states to
      play she would be average she was never better than Tichia Penichero.