Jessica Höötmann

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Jessica Höötmann (born December 6, 1985 in Osnabrück ) is a German basketball player .


Höötmann started playing basketball in Osnabrück , played for Osnabrücker SC , made her debut in the Bundesliga in the 2002/03 season with BG Dorsten , then played for the second division Hagener SV and again in the Bundesliga for BG Zehlendorf in the 2006/07 season .

From 2007 to 2009 the 1.90 meter long inside player was seen again in the shirt of her home club Osnabrücker SC in the second division, in 2009/10 she was in the service of Bundesliga club BC Wolfenbüttel .

In 2010 she moved to Bavaria for TSV Wasserburg , with whom she became German champion and cup winner in the 2010/11 season.

From 2012 to 2014 Höötmann played again for Osnabrücker SC (then in the Bundesliga), in 2014/15 she played at SV Halle in the top German division, and in 2015 she moved to the second division TuS Bad Aibling . As a top performer, she was involved in Bad Aibling's promotion to the Bundesliga in 2016 and then also played in the first division for the club in the 2016/17 season.

In the spring season 2017 Höötmann played for the Willetton Tigers from the city of Perth in the Australian State Basketball League. In October 2018, she joined the regional league team SC Rist Wedel after moving to the Hanseatic city of Hamburg for professional reasons  .

National team

Höötmann ran for the German junior national teams, in 2005 she took part in the U20 European Championship and scored 9.4 points and 4.9 rebounds per game during the tournament.

Individual evidence

  1. Wolfgang Volmer: Hunters become the hunted . ( [accessed on August 21, 2018]).
  2. Martin Heuer: "I have to get used to the dirndl" . ( [accessed on August 21, 2018]).
  3. Frank Wöstmann: Jezabel Ohanian is not returning . ( [accessed on August 21, 2018]).
  4. TSV Wasserburg Basketball Department: Women I: Höötmann and Ohanian stay! Retrieved August 21, 2018 .
  5. Winfried Beckmann: "Closer to the family" . ( [accessed on August 21, 2018]).
  6. Lions: Jessica Höötmann moves from Osnabrück to Halle - - online magazine from Halle (Saale) . In: - online magazine from Halle (Saale) . June 27, 2014 ( [accessed on August 21, 2018]).
  7. Women's Basketball Bundesliga - Jessica Höötmann - New addition to the TBA Fireballs. Retrieved August 21, 2018 .
  8. Robin Gibbels: Jessica Höötmann stays on board. Retrieved August 21, 2018 .
  9. Parker's focus on getting best out of Tigers not facing Clarke - SBL. Retrieved August 21, 2018 (American English).
  11. Jessica Höötmann profile, European Championship for Junior Women 2002 | FIBA.COM . In: FIBA.COM . ( [accessed on August 21, 2018]).