March 1, 2020
Sunday was the latest chance for Nadezhda to show that it was back to being able to compete for a higher place, but they lost 83-73 to Dynamo Kursk. Raisa Musina and Breanna Stewart helped Ekaterinburg get a torrid start on their way to 118-54 win over Spartak Moscow.
Dynamo Kursk vs. Nadezhda Orenburg 83-73 DYK Bonner 14 Breland 12/11r Baric 12/7a Kirillova 11 Prince 9/6a McCoughtry 9 NAD Wheeler 18/6a Nizamova 14/6r Razheva 10 Raincock-Ekunwe 6/7r
Spartak Moscow vs. Ekaterinburg 54-118 SPM K. Levchenko 12 Bertsch 4 Kea 3 EKA Musina 23/8r Stewart 20/12r Belyakova 19 Meesseman 15 Quigley 13 Vandersloot 10/6r/6a Beglova 10
Play continued on Sunday with MBA pulling even in the standings after a 65-54 win over Olga Vorobyeva and Dynamo Novosibirsk. Dynamo Moscow got closer to a win, but still fell to Veronika Dorosheva and Spartak Noginsk 68-64.
Dynamo Novosibirsk vs. MBA Moscow 54-65 DYN Vorobyeva 20/6r Krymova 12 Scott 11/6 Hamblin 4/7r MBA Logunova 16/15r Komarova 15/6s Glonti 12
Spartak Noginsk vs. Dynamo Moscow 68-64 SPN Dorosheva 20/9r Andrianova 16/11r Karpunina 13/8a DYM Tohtash 17 Potemina 12/8r Savina 12 Chistyakova 10/6r
- MBA Moscow 9-10
- Dynamo Novosibirsk 9-10
- Spartak Noginsk 4-15
- Dynamo Moscow 0-19