Malian Aminata Sangare signs for Casademont Zaragoza

He Casademont Zaragoza has reached an agreement with the Malian forward Aminata Sangare, 18, to become a club player for the next four seasons.

The basketball player, 1.86 tall and trained in the Basketball Torrelodones, will live his professional debut in the Endesa Women’s League and will be added to the incorporations of Markeisha Gatling, Julie Vanloo, Laura Nicholls, Zoe Hernández, Chantelle Handy, Haley Gorecki, Aina Ayuso and Taylor Wurts, has reported the Casademont it’s a statement.

Aminata Brahima Sangare (Bamako, 2002) will make the leap to professional basketball this season with the Aragonese team, after being one of the most outstanding junior players in Spain and becoming “the great sensation” this past year.

With his game he has dominated the last two campaigns both in the junior team and in the First National of the Basketball Torrelodones, despite being younger than most of his adversaries.

With a great projection ahead, the forward participated in the Basketball Without Borders 2019, campus organized by the NBA and FIBA ​​with the best promises in Spanish sport during the All Start Weekend in Charlotte.

Sangare It is also part of a brilliant generation of Malian players and the selection of this country is “the great dominator” of African basketball.

Thus, she has been continental champion in category U16 in 2016 and U18 in 2018, a tournament in which she began to excel with averages of 10.7 points and 7.3 rebounds.

In addition, the new player of the Casademont Zaragoza participated in the 2018 U17 World Cup in Belarus, to date his best international performance with averages of 12.6 points, 13.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists; as well as in Thailand 2019, where he finished with averages of 6.6 points and 5.9 rebounds.

The sports director of the Casemont, Pep Cargol, has highlighted the physical capacity of the player, her potential to function in interior positions but also evolving to exterior positions.

“We are very happy to incorporate a new talent to the incipient Female Generation Z”, he added Cargol, who has pointed out, however, that Sangare You will have to evolve to “find your space within what is the competition.”