January 22, 2021
Ty Harris and Kalani Brown helped Kayseri take care of business with a 106-82 win over Prometey in the first game in Gyor. Zala Friskovec was on fire again as Szekszard eliminated Brianna Kiesel and the hosts 75-67.
Kayseri vs. Prometey 106-82 KYS Harris 35/6r/10a Brown 24/6r Herbert-Harrigan 15/6r Miljkovic 13 Gunay 10 PROM Mosby 18 James 12/7r Liubinets 12
Szekszard vs. Gyor 75-67 KSC Friskovec 21/8r Goree 19 McCall 14/10r Studer 10/7a Krnjic 8 Szabo 0 GYOR Kiesel 23 Torok 13 Mompremier 11/7r Lass 0
Standings: Szekszard 3-0, Kayseri 2-1, Gyor 1-2, Prometey 0-3
The picture in this group was simple with the winner of the lone game grabbing a spot in the next round. Brittney Sykes and Orman had homecourt advantage, but Keyona Hayes lifted DVTK to a 93-82 win.
Orman vs. DVTK 82-93 ORM Sykes 25 Robinson 16/10r Williams 12 Onar 11/6a Gezgin 11 Walker 4/8r DVTK Hayes 34/19r Medgyessy 18/6r/9a Pusztai 12 Mokango 9/11r Montai-Vukov 3 Aho 0
Standings: Elitzur Ramla 2-0, DVTK 1-1, Orman 0-2
Hosts Hatay beat Ksenia Levchenko and Spartak Moscow 77-72 behind Ozge Yavas and Astou Ndour at home in Antakya to stay in the picture. They did not get the help that they needed from Adana as Tinara Moore had another incredible game in Cegled’s 72-52 win.
Hatay vs. Spartak Moscow 77-72 HATA Yavas 23 Ndour 20/10r Canada 15/12a Prince 11/12r Turk 0 SPAR Levchenko 26 Williams 12
Cegled vs. Adana 72-52 CEKK Moore 32/16r McBryde 7/6r ADA Fontaine 18/7r Wallace 13/8r Gultekin 2
Standings: Spartak Moscow 2-1, Cegled 2-1, Hatay 2-1, Adana 0-3
Gorzow’s trio of Borislava Hristova, Megan Gustafson, and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough were all firing to help them record a decisive 97-76 win over MBA in Brno. The complete flip of tiebreakers meant that KP needed a win at home to advance, but Emma Cannon and Kelsey Mitchell helped Elazig win 73-61 and stay perfect.
MBA Moscow vs. Gorzow 76-97 MBA Korshakova 14 Tarasova 12/7r Nizamova 12 Kirillova 11 Glonti 10 GORZ Hristova 31/7r Gustafson 28/14r Walker-Kimbrough 21/7r/7a Green 13/12r
KP Brno vs. Elazig 61-73 KPBR Kopecka 15 Potter 13/7r Page 12 Zohnova 11 ELOI Cannon 28/13r Mitchell 24/6r/6a Baric 11/6a Dubljevic 10/16r Ozelci 0
Standings: Elazig 3-0, Gorzow 1-2, KP Brno 1-2, MBA Moscow 0-3
Marielle Giroud and Ace Konig led Fribourg in a 99-59 win over Phantoms Boom. That left Ezinne Kalu and hosts Landerneau needing a win, but Reyer Venezia slammed the door 86-62.
Fribourg vs. Phantoms Boom 99-59 FRIB Giroud 26/12r Konig 20/6a Koenen 17/11r Fora 17 Adderly 8/15r PHAN Van Buggenhout 10
Reyer Venezia vs. Landerneau 86-62 VEN Anderson 17 Pan 16 Bestagno 12 Carangelo 10/6r Penna 9 Fagbenle 7 Attura 4 Howard 2 LBRE Kalu 20 Naigre 14 Geiselsoder 12 Marginean 4
Standings: Reyer Venezia 3-0, Fribourg 2-1, Landerneau 1-2, Phantoms Boom 0-3
It was close in the first half, but Carolo beat Tiffany Clarke and 79-66 in the neutral site group in Valencia. That left Tenerife needing a big enough win to flip tiebreakers and they did come back to edge Nogaye Lo and Gernika, but it was not enough.
Carolo vs. Roche 79-66 CARO Akhator 18 Cado 13 Turner 12/6a Diallo 11/8r Miyem 5 Nared 2 ROVE Clarke 23 Heriaud 11/6a Higgins 8/6r Lucet 5
Gernika vs. Tenerife 60-61 LOIN Lo 20/11r Bjorklund 15 Cornelius 9 Ivanovic 3 Gomes Colhado 2 TENE Atkinson 18 Taylor 16 Abdi 4 Fasoula 2/7r Kostourkova 2
Standings: Carolo 2-1, Gernika 2-1, Tenerife 2-1, Roche 0-3
Haley Peters and Villeneuve took care of business in the first game in Sfantu Gheorghe with a 75-45 win over Namur. That meant that Sepsi needed a win by enough to flip tiebreakers against Sedis and 57-50 was enough for the hosts to take the top spot.
Villeneuve vs. Namur 75-45 ESBV Peters 21/7r Wadoux 15/6r Berkani 11 BCN Ogun 14 Range 10/9r Kunaiyi-Akpanah 8/12r Mestdagh 5 Soriano 2/6r
Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe vs. Sedis 57-50 SSIC Gardner 17/8r Parau 14 Tobin 4/9r Pavlopoulou 0 SEDI Resimont 15 Dornstauder 6/13r Raventos 5 Pujol 4 Geldof 2 Mestres 0 Ortiz 0
Standings: Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe 2-1, Villeneuve 2-1, Sedis 2-1, Namur 0-3
A long day in Valencia started with a game with no implications on the next round as Braine beat Sint-Katelijne-Waver 77-51 to at least record one win. Rebecca Allen and the hosts grabbed the top spot with a 71-50 win over Hainaut.
Braine vs. Sint-Katelijne-Waver 77-51 CAST Kreslina 17 Lisowa Mbaka 16 Alexander 11/8r Starling 7 De Souza 4 SKW Bi. Massey 14/11r
Valencia vs. Hainaut 71-50 VAL Allen 3 Gil 13 Gulich 12 Romero 10 Trahan-Davis 8 SAHB Gustavsson 11 Bailey 8 Day 6
Standings: Valencia 3-0, Hainaut 2-1, Braine 1-2, Sint-Katelijne-Waver 0-3
Reyer Venezia vs. Gorzow
Gernika vs. Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe
Szekszard vs. Hainaut
Elazig vs. Kayseri
Elitzur Ramla vs. Fribourg
Carolo vs. Cegled
Valencia vs. DVTK
Spartak Moscow vs. Villeneuve