Last season (2022-23), the Olympiacos Women's basketball team won the seventh championship in its history, extending its dominance in Greece. At the same time, last year, Thrylos was "among" the 16 best teams in Europe, participating in the group stage of the Euroleague.
In the new season, the 'reds' have been strengthened even more, aiming for another domestic double, but also for the step 'above' in Europe and, specifically, in the Eurocup.
In 2023-24, the Greek champions will continue with Thanos Niklas at the helm. Also, Olympiacos renewed its cooperation with Angeliki Nikolopoulou for two more seasons!
As for the additions, Olympiacos strengthened its roster and its Greek "core" with Eleanna Christinaki, Renia Karlafti, Evgenia Kollatou and Mandy Anastasopoulou, while it also made four great "foreign" signings.
Specifically, Ziomara Morrison (the first Chilean basketball player to play in the 'magical world' of the WNBA), Brooque Williams, Amanda Kangi and Christine Vitola will play for the Reds in the new season. The Latvian forward, in fact, returned to Greece after her first "tenure" in the 2021-22 season, when she won the championship and the Cup with Olympiacos, with whom she reached the Eurocup round of 8.