On Saturday, Ireti Amojo and Herner won 75-61 at Halle even though Aliaksandra Tarasava continues to be one of the most dangerous individual players in the league. A wild game went to overtime before Tina Menz and Chemnitz could overcome the duo of Heidi Schlegel and Alysha Womack to edge Donau-Ries 87-85. Jylisa Williams and Oberhausen got a 75-68 win over Freiburg that could help them escape to safety later. Saarlouis remains firmly in second place as Angela Tisdale led them past Kierra Mallard and Rotenburg 81-75. On Sunday, Katie Yohn, Finja Schaake and Marburg kept Osnabruck in trouble by narrowly escaping them 81-78. Wasserburg shows no signs of being defeated as they beat Keltern 83-70.
March 5, 2016
Halle vs. Herner 61-75 SVH Tarasava 25 McCarthy 12/13r Horn 10/7r Engeln 4/9r Pressley 2 Hartmann 0 HTC Amojo 21 Greinacher 17/12r Mersch 10 Bellock 9
Chemnitz vs. Donau-Ries 87-85 (OT) CCC T. Menz 26/6r Halasz 15 Koop 14/9r LeMar 14 Buck 7/8r Allen 4 DON Schlegel 27/9r Womack 25 Parsons 13
Oberhausen vs. Freiburg 75-68 NBO J. Williams 20/11r M. Williams 14/9r Zierhut 13 Fussell 7 Maticka 6/8r J. Menz 3 USC Castillo 17 Dzirma 15 A. Williams 10/8r Pullins 10 Douglas 4/8r