Charlotte van Kleef, 15 punten

Born in Venray in 1996 | Started in 2007 as a 11-year-old to play basketball with Wildcats in Nijmegen | Signed with Lekdetec/Batouwe in 2011, where she played in the U20 squad until the summer of 2014 | Debuted at the highest level in Leketec’s first ladies’ team at the age of 14 | Moved to the Amsterdam-based CTO national basketball training facility for talented youth players in 2012, gaining experience with the CTO-team in the national league | Was a member of several Dutch national youth teams | Was first selected for the national women’s selection of Netherlands in 2015 | Participated in five European Championships, two World Championships and Youth Olympic Games | Won a silver medal at the Youth Olympic Games with the 3×3 U18 team in the summer of 2014 | Won a historic bronze medal at the European Championships in the summer of 2015, where she scored 15 points in 21 minutes at 71% in the game against the Ukraine | Signed with Loon Lions in the summer of 2016 | left in February 2018 to pursue a career in Australia, joining the South West Slammers

2017-2018 season

Averaged 9,67 points and 6,0 rebounds per game before transferring to South West Slammers (Australia) in February | Had a career-high of 25 points vs Grasshoppers on December 16 2017 | played with Amsterdam Angels in the EuroCup against Saint Amand Hainaut Basket (Fr)| Played in de Finals of the World University League in Xiamen China and became 9th

2016-2017 season

Averaged 8,8 points and 3,5 rebounds per game | Led the team in field goal percentage (53,9%) | Had a career-high 23 points vs Grasshoppers on March 4 2017 | played with Amsterdam Angels in the EuroCup against Nantes | Was member of the National 3×3 team and became 7th at the 3×3 World Championships in Guangzhou China | Won a silver medal at the FIBA U23 3X3 Nations League and became scoring leader of the league | Was a member of the National Team, played interlands in Belgium, Japan and Amsterdam in the summer of 2017 and had a season-high 12 points (67%) vs Japan