DEPT. STUDENT COMMUNICATION

Begoña de Santiago (guard, 1.83m., 2002) will continue one more season at Movistar Estudiantes. The woman in black, a member of the best women’s team in college history, is part of a golden generation of the women’s quarry.

After having played minutes in 16 games this season with an average of 5 minutes, he will continue his progression in the student ranks. The youth squad, who arrived at Movistar Estudiantes in the cadet category after playing in Canada and Pozuelo, achieved great success in training categories.

Junior champion of the Madrid finals twice, the greatest success came in the 2019 Spanish Championships. Junior gold, being key especially in the final. Begoña de Santiago added 25 of the team’s 48 points in the last game, also capturing 6 rebounds and recovering 7 balls. A match that remains in the history of Movistar Estudiantes: it was the first female junior gold.

Simultaneously with these latest successes in the quarry, he was rearing his head with the Women in Black. On November 3, 2018, she made her debut in Women’s League 2 against UCAM-Probelte Jairis, and in 2019-20, as a second-year junior, she became a regular in the calls and played 7 games.

This season, her first in the Endesa Women’s League, she has been a participant in a historic course for the club. From the bench, with a very high percentage in triples and a great job inside and outside the games, adding and growing day by day. A promising future in the hands of Movistar Estudiantes.

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