56 - 46
27.09.2018
3. BJSS
Dynamo Kursk
25 - 49
27.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
ŅEVSKAJA
62 - 39
27.09.2018
BS RĪGA/TTP
BA "Saule"
55 - 46
27.09.2018
BS RĪGA/JUGLA
SOPRONI DARAZSAK AKADEMIA
80 - 74
27.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
BC UKS
50 - 54
27.09.2018
3. BJSS
Tartu "Kalev"
36 - 78
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/TTP
Dynamo Kursk
62 - 30
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
SOPRONI DARAZSAK AKADEMIA
57 - 60
28.09.2018
3. BJSS
BC UKS
45 - 56
28.09.2018
3. BJSS
ŅEVSKAJA
70 - 49
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
BA "Saule"
51 - 39
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/JUGLA
Tartu "Kalev"
48 - 59
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/TTP
3. BJSS
57 - 42
28.09.2018
3. BJSS
SOPRONI DARAZSAK AKADEMIA
41 - 31
28.09.2018
BC UKS
BA "Saule"
44 - 62
28.09.2018
Tartu "Kalev"
ŅEVSKAJA
49 - 82
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
Dynamo Kursk
30 - 36
28.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
BS RĪGA/JUGLA
43 - 65
29.09.2018
BC UKS
Dynamo Kursk
62 - 33
29.09.2018
Tartu "Kalev"
SOPRONI DARAZSAK AKADEMIA
55 - 45
29.09.2018
3. BJSS
BA "Saule"
39 - 45
29.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
3. BJSS
30 - 54
29.09.2018
BS RĪGA/TTP
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
39 - 61
29.09.2018
BS RĪGA/JUGLA
ŅEVSKAJA
63 - 30
29.09.2018
Dynamo Kursk
BA "Saule"
52 - 47
29.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
Tartu "Kalev"
62 - 53
29.09.2018
BS RĪGA/TTP
BC UKS
60 - 50
29.09.2018
BS RĪGA/JUGLA
3. BJSS
56 - 46
29.09.2018
3. BJSS
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
43 - 64
29.09.2018
SOPRONI DARAZSAK AKADEMIA
ŅEVSKAJA
for 5th place
62 - 42
30.09.2018
BC UKS
BA "Saule"
for 3rd place
73 - 70
30.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
BS RĪGA/TTP
for 5th place
33 - 50
30.09.2018
SOPRONI DARAZSAK AKADEMIA
Tartu "Kalev"
for 3rd place
50 - 48
30.09.2018
BS RĪGA/RĪDZENE
3. BJSS
Final
73 - 59
30.09.2018
Dynamo Kursk
3. BJSS
Final
62 - 47
30.09.2018
ŅEVSKAJA
BS RĪGA/JUGLA

About Uļjana Semjonova

/ Administrators

Uljana SEMJONOVA 
Born on 9th March 1952, in Medumi (Daugavpils District), Latvia
Nationality: Latvian
Height: 2.10 m
Position: Center

Enshrined as a player in the FIBA Hall of Fame on 12th September 2007
Clubs:
•    TTT Riga: 1967-1987
•    Tintoretto (Spain): 1987-1988
•    Valenciennes Orchies (France): 1988-1989
Club Highlights:
•    11 times Champion of the European Cup for Women's Champions Clubs (current EuroLeague Women): 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1981 and 1982
•    Champion of the 1987 European Cup Liliana Ronchetti
•    15 times Champion of the USSR League: 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1984
National Team Highlights:
•    Played in the USSR Women's National Team for 18 straight years (1968-1986) in which her teams remained completely undefeated
•    2 times Olympic Gold medalist: Montreal 1976 and Moscow 1980
•    3 times World Champion: São Paulo 1971, Colombia 1975 and Brazil 1983
•    10 times in a row European Champion: Italy 1968, Netherlands 1970, Bulgaria 1972, Italy 1974, France 1976, Poland 1978, Yugoslavia 1980, Italy 1981, Hungary 1983 and Italy 1985
Individual Highlights:
•    Winningest player in the history of women's basketball
•    Named Latvia's Most Popular Athlete 12 times from 1970 to 1985
•    Chairwoman of the Latvian Olympian Social Foundation (an organization devoted to the support of sports veterans) since 1991