The first semifinal series started on Wednesday in Miskolc and Chanel Mokango led DVTK past Gyor 64-52. The last series started on Thursday as Sopron was given enough time to recover from their busy weekend and they returned to domestic league play with a 72-37 win over ZTE.
April 17, 2019
DVTK vs. Gyor 64-52 DVTK Mokango 22/13r Walker-Kimbrough 18 Putnina 2 Szabo 0 GYO Gray 15/13r Spanou 9 Krnjic 5/9r
April 18, 2019
Sopron vs. ZTE 72-37 SOP Dupree 18/8r Hatar 13/9r Dubei 11 Jovanovic 10 Turner 2 ZTE Maltsi 11 Parker 4/8r Koizar 3
Both series in this bracket started on Tuesday. Szekszard shook off a tough loss in the last series to beat NKE 67-61. Jovana Popovic and Vicki Baugh helped Cegled past Sarah Imovbioh and PEAC 82-78.
April 16, 2019
Szekszard vs. NKE 67-61 SZE Bishop 15/6r Gereben 14 Studer 11 McCall 8/14r NKE Jovanovic 10/9r Lang 10 Austria 8
PEAC vs. Cegled 78-82 PEAC Imovbioh 21/7r Tetemondova 18/6r Simon 14/6a Brewer 9 CEG Popovic 22 Baugh 20/13r Swanier 14/9a Gorjanacz 11 Hamilton-Carter 10/6r
The second half of this stage started on Wednesday as Vasas beat MTK 85-64. BEAC stayed at the top of the standings with a 79-57 win over Pecsi.
April 17, 2019
Vasas vs. MTK 85-64 VAS Toth 17 Heljic 13 Borondy 10 Vukov 3 MTK F. Szabo 15 Sule 10/6r Hegedus 10/6r Czirjak 10
BEAC vs. Pecsi 79-57 BEAC Szabo 17 Kostowicz 12/7r/9a Beckley 11/7r Dul 10 PEC Jahni 13/7r Santa 13 Markovic 10
- BEAC 9-17
- Vasas 9-17
- Pecsi 4-22
- MTK 3-23