Blanca García, 21 year old catalan point guard, will be the fourth spanish player in Sedis Cadí project for the 2011-12 season , arriving to Spanish 1st division after five seasons in Spanish 2nd division.
With this signing, Sedis Cadi completes their new roster and Blanca will share backcourt with Kristine Karklina, Andrea Oravcova, Adrianne Ross, Cristina García, Tania Pérez and Nerea Méndez with the help inside of Diana Delva, Tiina Sten, Chinny Nwagbo and Margaret de Ciman.
Blanca García will have her first opportunity in First Division and will offer her work and excitement to the team, fighting to achieve playing time and keep improving as a player.
Blanca started playing basketball in Arenys de Mar, from where she moved to Mataró in the 2004-05 season, as U16 player. In the same season, Blanca won both the Catalan and the Spanish U18 Championship, repeating the Catalan championship in the next season and being runner-up in the Spanish U18 Championship.
During her last year as U18 player, Blanca played her first games in Spanish 2nd division, averaging 4,3 points in 14 minutes per game and having her best game against powerhouse Soller with 18 points 5 rebounds 5 steals and 6 received fouls for a total 23 efficiency in 26 minutes. Blanca moves to Sant Adria in the 2007-08 season, where she plays both for the first and the second team. In the second team, which plays Copa Catalunya, Blanca is one of the best guards in the competition, averaging 11,3 points 2,4 rebounds , 3,5 received fouls and 9,2 efficency in 28 minutes per game with excellent 54% from the field and 31% in three pointers. Sant Adria finishes in 2nd position and plays playoffs to move to 2nd division.
Blanca also averages 3 points in 9 minutes with 53% in three pointers for the 1st team, finishing 4th in regular season and playing playoffs to move to 1st division. She gets injured (ACL) a few games before playoffs so she needs surgery and recovers successfully during the summer.
In the 2008-09 season, after a good recovery she plays the last 11 games with the 2nd division team , averaging 3,3 points and 3,4 efficiency in 11 mpg. Sant Adria again finishes in 4th position and this time Blanca averages 10 minutes per game in the playoffs to move to 1st division. Blanca Garcia stays in Sant Adria in the 2009-10 season, increasing her role in the team and averaging 5,6 points in 24 minutes per game playing the point guard position. In her three seasons in Sant Adria,Blanca also won three times the Catalan League against Olesa and Uni Girona (who both moved to 1st division that season) and Mataro.
Blanca Garcia signs with U.E.Mataró in the 2010-11 season, averaging 6 points 3,3 rebounds 2,5 assists and 6,2 in efficiency in 30 minutes per game.
Blanca is a very fast player, good defender and can play both the point guard and shooting guard position.