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Rohanee Cox



DOB: 23.04.80

Height: 182cm

Junior Club: Willetton Tigers (WA)

WNBL Clubs: AIS 1996 – 1998; Perth Lynx 1998 – 2000, 2002/03; Townsville Fire 2005 – 2009; West Coast
Waves 2011/12; Sydney Uni Flames 2012 – Current.

WNBL Championships: Nil.

Bio: One of the greats of the WNBL, Cox enters her 13th season at 33 years of age and still one of the best all-round players in the competition. Since debuting with the AIS as a 16-year-old in 1996, Cox has claimed a host of individual accolades and international medals.

After three seasons in Canberra she returned to Western Australia, joining hometown club the Perth Lynx for a two season stay from 1998 to 2000. Time away from basketball became a priority for Cox as she played just one season for the Lynx (2002/03) between 2000 and 2005.

A return to the court came in 2005 with the Townsville Fire, with Cox elevating her game to new heights –winning the WNBL MVP, back-to-back WNBL All-Star Five honours and taking the Fire to the finals.

This amazing period of success was highlighted by winning the silver medal with the Jayco Opals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games to go with her 2007 and 2009 Maher Medals for international player of the year.

Another sabbatical followed before returning to action in 2011/12 with the West Coast Waves, announcing her retirement at the end of the season, aged 32. A call from Karen Dalton convinced Cox she still had something to contribute and she returned to the court with the Sydney Uni Flames for the 2012/13 season.

Career Highlights: FIBA Oceania Championships: 2007, 2009, Olympic Games: 2008 (Silver), FIBA Junior World Championships: 1997 (Silver), WNBL MVP: 2009, WNBL All-Star Five: 2008, 2009, Maher Medal for International Player of the Year: 2007, 2009.


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Previous Seasons
Competition Season M MIN 2PM-A 1st Half H.S 3PM-A 3PT
%
FTM-A FT % PF Total Pts TOT AST PTS
2015/16 2015 13 06/11/2015 2 - 9 22.2 4 - 5 2 - - UC Capitals 50.0 1.2
2014/15 2014 18 21/02/2015 45 - 97 46.4 50 - 42 39 - - Dandenong 78.0 5.7
2013/14 2013 23 01/11/2013 102 - 203 50.2 92 - 41 72 - - Logan 78.3 6.3
2011/12 Summer 22 09/12/2011 94 - 209 45.0 101 - 82 76 - - Logan 75.2 8.2
2002/03 Summer 16 10/01/2003 71 - 158 44.9 44 - 32 31 - - Canberra 70.5 8.1
2000/01 Summer 1 20/01/2001 5 - 11 45.5 5 - 1 2 - - Melbourne 40.0 7.0
1999/00 12 09/10/1999 46 - 101 45.5 56 - 26 37 - - Canberra 66.1 5.8
1998/99 24 06/02/1999 67 - 130 51.5 58 - 41 46 - - Adelaide 79.3 4.4
2009/10 Summer 14 23/01/2010 - - - 0.0 72 - 55 62 - - Bulleen 86.1 4.8
2008/09 Summer 24 18/10/2008 - - - 0.0 151 - 122 110 - - AIS 72.8 8.0
2007/08 Summer 24 17/11/2007 - - - 0.0 141 - 144 111 - - AIS 78.7 8.7
2006/07 Summer 20 06/01/2007 116 - 218 53.2 109 - 38 83 - - Bulleen 76.1 7.7
2005/06 Summer 21 07/01/2006 112 - 228 49.1 90 - 50 65 - - West Coast 72.2 9.0
2012/13 20 23/11/2012 87 - 166 52.4 88 - 30 59 - - Townsville 67.0 6.3
1998 14 22/02/1998 59 - 113 52.2 27 - 19 22 - - Canberra 81.5 4.4
1997 17 08/08/1997 61 - 116 52.6 50 - 23 34 - - Dandenong 68.0 4.4
1996 14 31/05/1996 23 - 50 46.0 16 - - 7 - - West Coast 43.8 3.4