Julia Reisingerova won the Silver Medal and was selected First Team in the U16 European Championship 2013 and she averaged 12.1 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in 26 minutes per game, shining with 19 points and 13 rebounds against Italy in the Semifinals despite being 1 year younger.
In the 2014 summer, Julia Reisingerova played the U17 World Championship and she reached the Semifinals and was named First Team after averaging amazing 15.3 points, 12 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game, shining aganist Hungary (28 points 16 rebounds), Canada (27 points 15 rebounds) and Korea (21 points 14 rebounds).
Julia Reisingerova won the Silver Medal and was named again First Team in the U16 European Championship 2014 after averaging 16.8 points, 10 rebounds and 2 blocks in 25 minutes per game.
Julia was the 2nd best scorer, 3rd best rebounder, 2nd best in drawn fouls, 2nd in double-doubles and 3rd in blocked shots during the European Championship and she played great in the Final with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 6 blocks against the Russia of Vadeeva and Musina.
In the 2015 summer, Julia Reisingerova played the U18 European Championship and she averaged 12.2 points, 9.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in 22 minutes per game.
At club level, Julia Reisingerova played for Karlovy Vary during the 2015/16 season and she dominated the Czech League after averaging incredible 20.9 points, 6.9 rebounds and +24.2 efficiency in 27 minutes per game despite being still an U18 player.
Julia had huge games against Strakonice (34 points 10 rebounds +46 efficiency), BLK Praha (34 points 12 rebounds +45 efficiency), Valosun Brno (33 points 9 rebounds +40 efficiency), Brno (26 points 15 rebounds +35 efficiency) and had 35 points in 50 minutes played against USK Praha.
Julia Reisingerova continued in Karlovy Vary during the 2016/17 season and she averaged 14.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and +17.3 efficiency in 24 minutes per game with excellent shooting percentages (57%FG | 40% 3P).
In the 2017/18 season, Julia Reisingerova signed in Spain with Femení Sant Adrià and she averaged 9.6 points and 5.5 rebounds in 19 minutes per game, with 55% from the field, shining against Zamarat (23 points 7 rebounds), Campus Promete (21 points 10 rebounds) and Ferrol (14 points 12 rebounds).
In April 2018, Julia Reisingerova was drafted with the 35th pick in the WNBA Draft by the Los Angeles Sparks.
Julia Reisingerova is a 1.94m international Czech post player born in 1998 who was an impact player in the different European Championships (Silver Medals and First Team in the U16 European Championsip 2013 and 2014) and in the U17 World Championship in 2014 (Semifinalist, Second best rebounder and Fourth best scorer).
At Club level, Julia Reisingerova dominated in the Czech League and she averaged 20.9 points, 6.9 rebounds and +24.2 efficiency in 27 minutes per game in the 2015/16 season, being still an U18 player.
Julia Reisingerova is a player with huge talent who has a really nice low past play and also mid and long range shooting sills.
Julia is undoubtedly one of the best young european post players and she has a great future at the highest level ahead of her.
|2017/18||FEMENÍ SANT ADRIÀ||SPAIN-D1||9.7||5.5||0.4||20||55%||15%||73%||0.6||0.7|
|2014/15||CZECH REPUBLIC||U18 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP||12.2||9.4||1.9||23||43%||-||59%||1.1||1.7|
|2013/14||CZECH REPUBLIC||U17 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP||15.3||12.0||1.9||32||46%||29%||64%||0.4||1.7|
|2013/14||CZECH REPUBLIC||U16 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP||16.8||10.0||2.0||25||45%||27%||53%||1.7||2.0|
|2012/13||CZECH REPUBLIC||U16 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP||12.1||8.4||1.2||26||45%||-||59%||0.6||1.7|
- Second Best in Blocked Shots | U18 European Championship 2015
- Semifinalist U17 World Championship 2014
- Second Best Rebounder, Fourth Scorer and Fifth in Blocks | U17 World Championship 2014
- First Team | U16 European Championship 2014
- Silver Medal | U16 European Championship 2014
- Second Best in Points and Third in Rebounds and Blocks | U16 European Championship 2014
- First Team | U16 European Championship 2013
- Silver Medal | U16 European Championship 2013