January 20, 2021
The only eastern group to play their second games on Wednesday was this one in Antakya. Tinara Moore fired Cegled past hosts Hatay 85-66. Nathalie Fontaine had a strong game for Adana, but they lost to Spartak Moscow 70-47.
Cegled vs. Hatay 85-66 CEKK Moore 30/7r Sotiriou 17/9r/8a Gorjanacz 13 Ortiz 10/7r/9a McBryde 10/6r HATA Ndour 17/9r Prince 14/7r Yavas 10 Canada 8/7a
Adana vs. Spartak Moscow 47-70 ADA Fontaine 25/10r Wallace 15/7r Gultekin 0 SPAR Williams 17/10r Fedorova 13 Nuritdinova 11/6a
Reyer continued to show their strength in this group, crushing Fribourg 116-63. Hosts Landerneau joined in the action, pounding Phantoms Boom 94-44.
Reyer Venezia vs. Fribourg 116-63 VEN Petronyte 19/9r/6b Penna 19 Carangelo 14/6a Pan 14 Anderson 11 Bestagno 10 Howard 8/9r Fagbenle 6/8r Attura 5 FRIB Koenen 18/6r Giroud 15 Konig 4 Adderly 2/7r
Landerneau vs. Phantoms Boom 94-44 LBRE Limouzin 16/6r/7s Djekoundade 14/6r Geiselsoder 10/8r Kalu 9 Marginean 9 PHAN Joris 11/8r
Sedis started the day in Sfantu Gheorghe by edging Namur 51-45. Villeneuve then beat Rebekah Gardner and hosts Sepsi 73-70 to make an exciting final day.
Sedis vs. Namur 51-45 SEDI Dornstauder 11/10r Ortiz 6 Pujol 5 Geldof 2 Mestres 2 Raventos 0 BNC Range 17/10r Kunaiyi-Akpanah 13/19r Mestdagh 3 Soriano 0
Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe vs. Villeneuve 70-73 SSIC Gardner 21/9r Pasic 12 Pavlopoulou 6 Tobin 2 ESBV Ygueravide 18 Gomis 12 Berkani 12 Djaldi-Tabdi 10 Peters 6/9r
The groups using Valencia’s arena split their games across days. Lut De Meyer was excellent for Sint-Katelijne-Waver, but they fell to Hainaut 76-63. Rebecca Allen and the hosts beat Braine 78-47 in the other game so the winners advance and play for seeding on Friday.
Sint-Katelijne-Waver vs. Hainaut 63-76 SKW De Meyer 25 Vervaet 12 SAHB Konate 12 Slonjsak 12 Bailey 10/6r Kone 10 Gustavsson 10 Day 3 Ewodo 3
Braine vs. Valencia 47-78 CAST Kreslina 14 De Souza 10/7r Alexander 6/7r Starling 0/7r VAL Allen 21 Trahan-Davis 11/7r Gulich 7/7r Romero 6/6a
January 21, 2021
The other half of the groups played on Thursday, including the one in Gyor as Beatrice Mompremier led the hosts past Prometey 83-56. Zala Friskovec fired Szekszard past Kayseri 88-71.
Prometey vs. Gyor 56-83 PROM Mosby 19 Horobets 12 Mollova 10 James 4 GYOR Mompremier 24/10r Dubei 16 Weninger 13 Torok 10/7r/6a Kiesel 6/6s Lass 0
Kayseri vs. Szekszard 71-88 KYS Harris 15 Gulcan 15 Brown 12/8r Herbert-Harrigan 11 Miljkovic 11 KSC Friskovec 30 Goree 17/15r McCall 14/9r Szabo 8 Krnjic 6
Orman played their first game at home in Ankara, but DeWanna Bonner, Betnijah Laney, and Tiffany Mitchell were at their best and helped Elitzur Ramla secure the top spot with a 97-63 win.
Elitzur Ramla vs. Orman 97-63 RAM Bonner 23/7r Laney 22/11r/9a Mitchell 21 Cohen 9 ORM Onar 13 Sykes 12/8r Walker 12 Robinson 6/8r Williams 3
Jelena Dubljevic and Kelsey Mitchell led Elazig to an 88-76 win in the first game in Brno against Megan Gustafson and Gorzow. Good games from Emily Potter and Teniya Page were not enough for hosts KP in a 78-72 loss to MBA, but no teams have advanced yet.
Elazig vs. Gorzow 88-76 ELOI Dubljevic 25/6a Mitchell 24 Cannon 19/9r Baric 10/8a Takmaz 10 Ozelci 0 GORZ Gustafson 26/13r Walker-Kimbrough 16/8a Green 13/9r Hristova 12
KP Brno vs. MBA Moscow 72-78 KPBR Potter 22/11r Page 21 MBA Tarasova 13/12r Psareva 13/10r Kirillova 12 Glonti 11 Nizamova 11
Valencia may be a neutral site for this group, but both teams won in their home countries. Tenerife beat Roche 81-66 for their first win. Nadia Gomes Colhado and Gernika stayed in a strong position with a 57-50 win over Carolo.
Roche vs. Tenerife 66-81 ROVE Clarke 18 Samson 13 Heriaud 12/6r/6a Higgins 8/7r Lucet 3 TENE Taylor 18/10r Fasoula 16 Atkinson 15 Bettencourt 14/9r Raksanyi 10/6a Kostourkova 2 Abdi 0
Carolo vs. Gernika 50-57 CARO Akhator 18/9r Pouye 14 Miyem 5/11r Nared 2 Turner 2 LOIN Gomes Colhado 21/15r Lo 10/6r Ivanovic 9 Bjorklund 0 Cornelius 0