Junior Club: Melbourne Tigers (VIC)
WNBL Clubs: AIS 2009 – 2012; Dandenong Rangers 2012/13; Bendigo Spirit 2013 – 2015.
WNBL Championships: (1) Bendigo Spirit 2014.
Bio: It was in her final season at the AIS that Blicavs took the lead role as injuries decimated the young roster, averaging more than 12 points and 5 rebounds per game. This attracted interest from around the league, with the Melbourne junior signing with the Dandenong Rangers.
19 points in her first game for the Rangers saw the then 19-year-old quickly become a fan favourite and a key energy player off the bench. Blicavs played a leading role in the 2011 FIBA Under 19 World Championship and showed off her amazing athleticism in capturing bronze at the 2012 FIBA 3X3 Women’s World Championship.
Earning her first senior Opals call-up for the 2013 tour of China, Blicavs will be out to push for more senior selection with a strong season at the Bendigo Spirit enjoyed a successful first season in Central Victoria, helping the team win a second WNBL Championship.
Career Highlights: World University Games: 2013 (Bronze), FIBA 3X3 Women’s World Championship: 2012 (Bronze), FIBA U19 World Championship: 2011 (Semi Final), FIBA U17 World Championship: 2010.
|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||23||18/12/2015||107 - 272||39.3||91 - 26||75||- - Melbourne Boomers||82.4||6.7|
|2014/15||2014||25||16/11/2014||98 - 212||46.2||75 - 29||57||- - Dandenong||76.0||4.7|
|2013/14||2013||26||26/01/2014||85 - 192||44.3||51 - 22||40||- - Townsville||78.4||3.7|
|2012/13||26||05/10/2012||82 - 174||47.1||38 - 11||18||- - Bulleen||47.4||4.1|
|2011/12||Summer||21||25/11/2011||106 - 245||43.3||61 - 10||37||- - Townsville||60.7||5.3|
|2010/11||Summer||16||04/02/2011||- - -||0.0||48 - 10||29||- - Logan||60.4||4.6|
|2009/10||Summer||8||22/01/2010||- - -||0.0||6 - 2||3||- - Sydney||50.0||2.4|