Which Spanish players top the EuroLeague Women charts?
MUNICH (Germany) - With the latest EuroLeague Women season in the books and the 2022-23 campaign due to start in October, it's the ideal time to review who leads the modern era stats charts for each nation.
Starting the series with Spain, a nation that has won the EuroLeague Women title twice in the modern era (Perfumerias Avenida 2011 and Ros Casares 2012), there are certainly some legendary names among the stats leaders.
Not least, Laia Palau, who only recently announced her retirement from the competition after a career lasting more than two decades. Nobody can rival her number of appearances or number of assists, both of which are not only top of the Spanish chart, but the best in the entire competition.
Meanwhile another Spanish great performing strong is Amaya Valdemoro who leads the way in scoring having dropped buckets for the likes of Halcon Viajes, Pool Getafe, Ros Casares. CSKA, Rivas Ecopolis and Tarsus.
Sancho Lyttle is also a leader in a couple of categories, namely rebounds and blocks, with the naturalized forward still revered in her adopted country because of her stellar work with the national team too.