COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT CB ISLAS CANARIAS

Conchi had already participated in the highest national competition between 2011 and 2015 defending the interests of the entity chaired by Domingo Díaz. His debut took place at the age of 16 in the 2011-2012 academic year, measuring himself at Perfumerías Avenida Salamanca.

During this tour, she played 78 games in the Endesa Women’s League, including three play-offs, one in the Queen’s Cup and four in the Eurocup. The guard-forward, after leaving the ranks of the La Paterna entity, played for five seasons in the University League of Canada with the Timberwolves of the University of Northern British Columbia. Last year he returned to Spain to join the Embutidos Pajariel Bembibre León of the Endesa Women’s League. In 2015, defending the interests of the university located in Prince George, she was named Rookie of the year and MVP.

In the last year, she repeated as the most valuable player. In this stage he averaged more than 19 points, almost 10 rebounds and three steals per game. The island exterior is characterized by being a fairly complete athlete, who provides rebound, assists, defense, intensity and points. Due to its physical characteristics, it can help in the basic position. The capital is very vertical when looking for the opposite basket and has a good outside shot. Due to her power, Conchi is able to defend opponents bigger than her.

The player from Gran Canaria also has a good background in the lower teams in Spain and in this way, in 2011 she won the gold medal in the U16 European Championship in Italy. There she had as companions references of her generation such as Marina Lizarazu, Ariadna Puyol or the great Leticia Romero. The island athlete has defined herself since her origins as “very competitive and who always likes to win and that is why I give my all in every game I face.”

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