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Monaco Basketball Association has added Italian point guard Alessia Cabrini (178-96) to its roster, as the team continues to make its mark.
The 21-year-old has played for the last three years at Pallacanestro Femminile Umbertide in Italian Serie A1. In 22 games, she recorded an average of 4.4 points (ppg), 2.7 rebounds (rpg) and 1 steal (spg) last season, according to the Eurobasket Data Center.
Cabrini’s team made it to the Italian Cup Final Four in 2015. She represented Italy at the European Championships U20 in Matosinhos, Portugal, last year, and her team won Silver.
Cabrini has played previously professionally in Italy (Bologna and College Italia) and France (Centre Federal BB).
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