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Georgia Disciples top Sparks 60-46 behind Olivia Lee 20 points; Booker has 18 points, 9 rebounds as Lady Legends beat Assault 56-42 - Feb 1, 2016


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DAVID WALLS
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WUBA Weekend

Game 1: Lady Disciples 60 Lady Sparks 46
The Lady Disciples continued their winning ways defeating the Lady Sparks by the score of 60-46. The Disciples were led by ex- West Georgia star Olivia Lee who score a game high 20 points. The Lady Sparks were led by Amaria Brown (F) who scored 12 points. After a slow start, the Lady Disciples began a surge in the 2nd half that allowed them to gain control of the game and cruise for the victory over the stunned Lady Sparks. The win moves the Disciples to 2-1, while the Sparks drop to -0-2.

Game 2: Lady Legends 56 Lady Assault 42
The Lady Legends notched a victory with a solid performance, defeating the Lady Assault by the score of 56-42. The Lady Legend were led by former Michigan State star Aisha Jefferson (6'1''-F-86, college: Michigan St.) who scored 17 points and 12 rebounds. Lady Legends stand out Jheri Booker (6'0''-F, college: Tennessee St.) continued her great all around play last night. Booker scored 18 points and pulled down 9 rebounds in the win. The Lady Assault were led by Angie Smith (5'7''-G) who scored 14 points. The first half was rocky but the Legend finally pulled away from a pesky Assault team who saw their record drop to 0-2.
  




Carrie
Washington
U.E. Mataro lands Carrie Washington; ex GIE Lady Matrix - 1 month ago
Unio Esportiva Mataro (Spain) inked 24-year old American forward Carrie Washington (183-F/C-94, college: Columbus St.). She played this season for GIE Lady Matrix (WUBA) in the U.S. In 15 games she was the leagues best rebounder with and impressive 13.2rpg along with 10 points. A very good season in her career as she was awarded USBasket.com All-WUBA Defensive Player of the Year. After winning her first WUBA title, Washington joined the Lady Matrix in Barcelona, Spain for the LIGA Mediter...   [read more]

Kristina
King
MCC2017: GIE Lady Matrix celebrate Mediterranean Cup title - 1 month ago
MCC2017 Finals 6/5/2017 GIE Lady Matrix - UE Mataro 94-44 GIE Lady Matrix win Mediterranean Cup championship. They knocked down Unio Esportiva Mataro in the title game. Kristina King (180-G/F-92, college: Richmond) was named MVP of the event. She notched 32 points and 10 rebounds to lead the American team. Lady Matrix eked out a 22:20 lead ten minutes into the game. UE Mataro erased the deficit in the second stanza. The Spain side pulled within 20 by halftime advantage; but never recove...   [read more]

Briana
Williams
East All-Star Briana Williams hits buzzer beater to defeat West 89-88 - 2 months ago
David Walls Reports 2017 WUBA All-Star results 5/29/2017 Briana Williams (5'7''-G-92, college: Mercer, agency: PEPI SPORT) hit a buzzer-beating game-winner to lift the East to a 89-88 victory over the West. With the clock ticking down under 15 seconds and the East down two, Williams opened East All-Stars' final possession by running some time off in preparation for a final shot. At the five-second mark, Kristina King (5'11''-G/F-92, college: Richmond) drove left on Morgan Jennings and a...   [read more]


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