Elizabeth Cambage stands 203cm tall, is a member of the Australian Opals squad and plays for the Bulleen Boomers in the WNBL.
Elizabeth had a stellar year in 2009, being named Australian Junior Basketballer of the Year, the Victorian Female Basketballer of the Year, named in the All Star 5 at the Under 19 World Championship and selected in her first Australian Women’s basketball squad at only 17 years of age. In 2010 Elizabeth was once again selected in the Australian ‘Opals’ team for the World Championships in the Czech Republic.
Opals coach Carrie Graf stated “She’s a work in progress, but she’s definitely one of the most exciting prospects in Australian women’s basketball”
DOB: 18 August 1991
Results, Awards & Highlights
2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games – Final vs England – Gold (99-55)
2014 & 2013 WCBA All-Star
2012 Olympic Games – Bronze
2012 Maher Medal – International Player of the Year
2011 WNBL Champion
2011 WNBL MVP
2011 & 2010 WNBL All-Star Five
2011 WNBA All-Star
2011 WNBA All-Rookie First Team
2010 Opals Squad Member – World Championships Czech Republic
2009/10 WNBL Leading Rebounder, Best Field Goal Percentage and Member of All Star Five
2009 FIBA Oceania Championship – Gold
2009 Opals v China series; Opals debut.
2009 U19 World Championship; U19 World Championship All-Star Five
2008 FIBA Oceania U17 Championship (Gold)
2007-2009 AIS Scholarship
Mentor: Sue Stanley OAM