- Lisanne de Roever
Medal record Women's field hockey Competitor for the Netherlands Olympic Games Gold 2008 Beijing Team competition Silver 2004 Athens Team competition World Championship Gold 2006 Madrid Team competition Silver 2002 Perth Team competition European Championship Gold 2005 Dublin Team competition Silver 2007 Manchester Team competition Champions Trophy Gold 2004 Rosario Team competition Gold 2005 Canberra Team competition Gold 2007 Quilmes Team competition Silver 2001 Amstelveen Team competition Bronze 2003 Sydney Team competition Bronze 2006 Amstelveen Team competition Bronze 2008 M'gladbach Team competition
Lisanne Freya de Roever (born 6 June 1979 in Amstelveen, Noord-Holland) is a Dutch field hockey player who plays as a goal keeper for Dutch club SV Kampong. She made her debut for the Netherlands national team on 5 March 2005 in a friendly match against Malaysia.
De Roever was a member of the Dutch squad that won the silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. She was also part of the squad that became World Champion at the 2006 Women's Hockey World Cup and which won the 2007 Champions Trophy.
- (Dutch) Dutch Olympic Committee
Lisanne de Roever – International Tournaments Netherlands squad – 2001 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2002 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2002 FIH World Cup Netherlands squad – 2004 Summer Olympics Netherlands squad – 2004 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2005 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – Mulder · 4 Moreira de Melo · 7 Van Geenhuizen · 9 Dijkstra · 10 Karres · 13 Smabers · 14 Booij (c) · 15 Schopman · 16 De Bruijn · 17 Paumen · 18 Van As · 19 Hoog · 20 De Haan · 21 Polkamp · 23 K. Lammers · 24 De Goede · 25 Vorstenbosch · Coach: M. Lammers
Netherlands squad – 2006 FIH World Cup Netherlands squad – 2007 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2008 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2008 Summer Olympics
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