Tiina Sten

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Tiina Irene Sten (born in Turku, 18 June 1985) is a Finnish basketball player, currently playing for TSV 1880 Wasserburg in the German Bundesliga. [1] She is a 1.89 m power forward.


She is a member of the Finnish national team. [2]

St. John's statistics

Source [3]

2004-05St. John's1936.4%33.3%78.9%0.9470.1580.2630.1051.684
2005-06St. John's3044.4%50.0%60.0%2.1000.6670.5670.2674.133
2006-07St. John's2843.1%31.4%69.9%4.5361.3211.1790.46412.536
2007-08St. John's3345.1%37.5%75.7%3.6360.8791.2420.6977.394
2004-05St. John's198221315191835232
2005-06St. John's305211751015256320178124
2006-07St. John's2813230622706593127373313351
2007-08St. John's33912029245370120294123244


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  1. Profile in the Spanish Basketball Federation
  2. Profile in FIBA Europe's website
  3. "NCAA Statistics". web1.ncaa.org. Retrieved 2021-06-24.