January 30, 2021
One game could not be played, but the rest of the round was played on Saturday ahead of the international break. Isabelle Harrison led Ragusa past Vigarano 79-57. Venezia got a test from Francesca Russo and Lucca, but stayed perfect with an 85-74 win. Young Matilde Villa was impressive in Costa Masnaga’s 60-54 win over Empoli. Schio rolled past Broni 101-69. Battipaglia was finally able to nab that elusive win, edging Campobasso 72-71 behind Danielle McCray and Paulina Hersler. Shortahnded Sassari had to lean heavily on Kennedy Burke and Sierra Calhoun so Jazmon Gwathmey and Sesto San Giovanni were able to leave with a 91-68 win.
Vigarano vs. Ragusa 57-79 VIG Albano 13 Yurkevichus 12/23r Rosset 12 Bestagno 11 RAG Harrison 20/7r Santucci 13 Kuier 12/11r Romeo 11 Tagliamento 11
Venezia vs. Lucca 85-74 VEN Howard 16 Anderson 16 Pan 12 Carangelo 11/7r/8a Fagbenle 9/8r Penna 8 Attura 7 LUC Russo 20 Harper 18/6r Orsili 14 Jakubcova 4/10r
Empoli vs. Costa Masnaga 54-60 EMP Baldelli 11 Smalls 9 Mathias 7/11r Ravelli 3 COS Villa 20/6r/6s Nunn 15/12r Spreafico 12 Jablonowski 7/7r
Schio vs. Broni 101-69 SCH Harmon 17/6r/7a Achonwa 15/11r/6a Sottana 13 Mestdagh 12/7r Cinili 11 BRO Orazzo 18 Madera 13/9r Parmesani 12 Reimer 10 Roma 2
Battipaglia vs. Campobasso 72-71 BAT McCray 23/8r/6a Hersler 23 Melgoza 12/14r CAM Ostarello 17/10r Bove 14 Wojta 11
Sassari vs. Sesto San Giovanni 68-91 SAS Burke 24/11r Calhoun 22 SES Gwathmey 20/6r Verona 16/6r Graves 15/10r Panzera 12 Oroszova 10/9r