March 17, 2018
The Final Four was played over the weekend. Saturday started with Good Angels Kosice beating Umea 74-69. Hosts TTT Riga then beat Albina Razheva and Dynamo Moscow 82-58.
Umea vs. Good Angels Kosice 69-74 UME Brown 19/9r Mazionyte 18 Koop 11 Begic 10/16r GAK Peters 14/6b Jurcenkova 12/7r Zirkova 10/10r Morris 10
TTT Riga vs. Dynamo Moscow 82-58 TTT Kreslina 13 Peddy 12 Malott 11 Priede 8 Basko 6/6r Stewart 6 Eglite 6 DYM Razheva 20 Lang 10/7r Allen 9
March 18, 2018
Sunday’s games started with the third place game. GiGi Mazionyte edged the battle of former Texas post players, but it was Dynamo Moscow that beat Umea 76-62. The final matched the two top teams all season and lived up to its billing. Ally Malott and TTT Riga were in position to win in front of the home fans, but Good Angels Kosice did enough in the second half to win 74-71, repeating last year’s final result.
Umea vs. Dynamo Moscow 62-76 UME Mazionyte 20 Begic 15/7r Brown 8/7a Koop 7/6r DYM Razheva 18 Lang 18 Vorobyeva 14 Allen11/9a
Good Angels Kosice vs. TTT Riga 74-71 GAK Morris 18 Peters 13 Jurcenkova 13 Zirkova 11 Balintova 11 TTT Malott 23 Basko 16/6r Peddy 12/6a Krastina 10 Kreslina 8 Stewart 2
The first game of this series was played back in February. Livija Sakeviciute helped Sirenos carry a narrow lead after an 83-81 win over Volha Ziuzkova and Horizont. The second game was in Minsk on Sunday and Horizont turned the series around immediately, winning 62-54 to flip the final margin to 143-137.
February 22, 2018
Sirenos vs. Horizont Minsk 83-81 SIR Sakeviciute 23/11r Saurazaite 11 Ogorodnikova 10 Bilotserkivska 10 HOR Ziuzkova 21 Holubeva 18 Nuzhnaia 16/9r Brych 11
March 18, 2018
Horizont Minsk vs. Sirenos 62-54 HOR Nuzhnaia 18 Ziuzkova 13 SIR Bilotserkivska 11 Sakeviciute 10/7r
Horizont Minsk wins series 143-137