Philip Mestdagh

Personal data

  • Name: Mestdagh Philip
  • Date of birth: 26/ 01 /1963
  • Place:  Belgium
  • Degree: Basketball Coach
  • Languages: French and English

Biography

Philip Mestdagh is a Belgian basketball institution. His hands worked with great young talents such as Emma Meesseman, Julie Vanloo or the Mestdagh sisters. But he is not just a national team coach. He also demonstrated that he is capable of developing great work with clubs in national and international tournaments.

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  • 2003- 2012: Blue Cats Leper  Coach / Young Player Coach
  • 2009-2010: Blue Cats Ieper (D1) women team
  • 2010-2011: Blue Cats Ieper (D1) women team, also head coach of Lotto Young Cats (Eurocup)
  • 2011-2012: Crack Blue Cats Ieper (D1) women team, also head coach of Lotto Young Cats (Eurocup)
  • 2012-2013: Crack Blue Cats Ieper (D1) women team
  • 2013-2014: Crack Blue Cats Ieper (Division I) women team
  • 2014-2015: Blue Cats Ieper (Division I) women team
  • 2015-2016: In Dec.’15 signed at Mithra Castors Braine (Division I) women team
  • 2016-2017: Royal Castors Braine (Top Division Women) women team, fired in Dec.’16
  • 2017-2018: BC Belfius Namur Capitale (Top Division Women) women team
  • 2018-2019: BC Belfius Namur Capitale (Top Division) women team
  • 2019-2020: BC Belfius Namur Capitale (Top Division) women team
  • 2020-2021: Basket Namur Capitale (Top Division Women) women team moved back to Basket Namur Capitale (Top Division Women) women team was hired by Basket Namur Capitale (Top Division Women) women team was hired by Bas
  • Belgian League Champion -2012, 16, 21
  • Eurobasket.com All-Belgian League Coach of the Year -12, 16
  • Belgian Cup Winner -2012, 17, 18
  • Coach Assistant: Belgian Women U20 National Team -2012
  • European Championship U20 Division B for Women in Klatovy (Czech Republic) -12
  • Coach Assistant: Belgian Women National Team -2013
  • Head Coach: Belgian Women U20 National Team -2013-16
  • European Championship U20 Division B for Women in Albena (Bulgaria) -2013 (Gold)
  • European Championship U20 for Women in Udine (Italy) -14
  • Head Coach: Belgian Women National Team -2015-16, 19-20
  • European Championship U20 for Women in Lanzarote (Spain) -15
  • Belgian Cup Finalist -2016
  • Belgian League Regular Season Champion -2016, 21
  • European Championship U20 for Women in Matosinhos (Portugal) -16
  • Head Coach: Belgian Women National Team -2017-21
  • European Championship for Women in Czech Republic -2017 (Bronze)
  • Belgian League Semifinals -2018, 19
  • World Championship for Women in Tenerife (Spain) -2018 (Semifinals)
  • European Championship for Women in Serbia and Latvia -19
  • FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Women in Ostend (Belgium) -20
  • Belgian League Finalist -2021
  • FIBA Women’s EuroBasket in Spain and France -2021 (Bronze)
  • Olympic Games for Women in Tokyo (Japan) -21
  • Bélgica U20  (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016): Head Coach
  • Bélgica Senior Femenina (2013/14): Assistant Coach
  • Bélgica Senior Femenina (2015/16): Head Coach.