Led by an impressive performance from French guard Olivia Epoupa France won their first ever European U18 championship title. Serbia claimed bronze while Spain finished fifth grabbing the final spot from Europe in U19 World Championships in 2013.
Epoupa was named the MVP of the tournament. On the All-Tournament Team she was joined by Aleksandra Stanacev (Serbia), Alexandra Marchenkova, Albina Razheva (Russia) and Kourtney Treffers (Netherlands).
Olivia Epoupa (France, PG) 20 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists in W against Russia
Alexandra Marchenkova (Russia, PF) 20 points, 7 rebounds in L against France
Aleksandra Stanacev (Serbia, PG) 15 points, 3 assists in W against Netherlands
Elena de Alfredo (Spain, G) 13 points in W against Turkey
Pelin Bilgic (Turkey, G) 16 points, 3 rebounds in L against Spain
In division B final Belarus narrowly edged out England while Portugal beat Hungary for the final spot in Division A next year.
Shequila Joseph (England, PF) 22 points, 4 rebounds in L against Belarus
Cheridene Green (England, C) 14points, 14 rebounds in L against Belarus
Maryia Popova (Belarus, PF) 19 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists in W against England
Hanna Kalenta (Belarus, C) 19 points, 12 rebounds in W against England
Alena Holubeva (Belarus, G) 17 points, 4 assists in W against England
Josephine Filipe (Portugal, G) 19 points in W against Hungary
Joana Canastra (Portugal, SG) 17 points, 4 rebounds in W against Hungary
Maria Kostourkova (Portugal, C) 16 points, 14 rebounds in W against Hungary
Amadea Szamosi (Hungary, PF) 15 points, 11 rebounds in L against Portugal