Week of March 8 Overseas Recap

Megan Gustafson-

Gustafson dropped back-to-back 20-point games to lead Gorzow to victory 86-63 over Wroclaw and 92-73 over Polkowice. The Iowa Icon continues to be an efficient machine in the paint, scoring her 49 points by going 19 of 25 from the field and 11 of 12 from the free-throw line over the course of her last two games, and she is currently shooting better than 60% from inside the three-point arc overseas.

Arike Ogunbowale-

Ogunbowale returned after a brief two-week hiatus with a 20-point performance to lead Dynamo Kursk to a 78-74 win over Nika and a 14-point, six assist, four rebound performance against Izmit, allowing Kursk to pick up the 84-46 win. Overseas this season, the WNBA leading scorer has been averaging more than 18 points per game and has scored at least 10 points in all but two of her contests, including another 24 on the last day of February to go along with eight rebounds.

Bella Alarie-

Avenidas remained unbeaten in Spain with Alarie netting 12 points and 11 rebounds across her last two games in February, a 77-71 win over Zaragoza and a 76-36 dismantling of Clarinos. In just three games with the Owls overseas, the Princeton Product has already grabbed 23 boards and one shot from half-court!

Marina Mabrey-

After scoring 30 against Raanana, Mabrey has kept finding the bottom of the net for Hertzeliya, scoring 16 in a tight 76-74 loss to Ramat Hasharon before putting up another 28-point performance in a losing effort to Ramla, coming back to get the win with 15 more points against Ramat Gan. In 11 games overseas, Mabrey is now averaging 24.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.

Satou Sabally-

Sabally continues to stuff the stat sheet for Fenerbahce, helping lead them to a nine-game win streak with a 12-point, five rebound performance versus Kayseri and an 18 point, eight rebound, three steal and two block outing to beat Elazig 72-48. She then started out the month of March with a 16-point, eight rebound outing versus Besiktas and a 12 rebound, 10 assists and twenty-point triple-double versus Izmit, her first overseas this season.

Tyasha Harris-

After giving opponents a month to breathe, Harris is back in action, leading her team to a 1-1 record in the past week. The Gamecock Great combined for 26 points, nine rebounds and 15 assists. She leads her fellow Wings Internationally averaging seven assists per game.

Isabelle Harrison-

Harrison finished the shortest month of the year with back-to-back wins and 14-point scoring performances. The Tennessean terrorized San Martino inside, going six of nine from the field and grabbing 10 rebounds for a double-double, then grabbed nine rebounds in a 65-52 win over Sesto SG.