2019 International Team: Familia Schio (Italy)

2018 International Highlights: Turkish Cup Winner and MVP



Italian League

October 21 vs. Ragusa – Jantel Lavender makes her Familia Schio debut and drops 15 alongside former Sparks teammate, Sandrine Gruda. READ MORE

October 28 vs. Torino – Lavender leads all scorers with 22 in a one-sided win. READ MORE

November 4 vs. Venezia – Lavender leads all scorers once again with 18 but in a loss against Venezia. READ MORE

November 10 vs.  Napoli – Lavender and Familia Schio bounce back with a close-win. READ MORE



October 24 vs. Castors Braine – In her first 2018 Euroleague game, Jantel Lavender falls short to Spark’s teammate Karlie Samuelson and Castors Braine. READ MORE

November 1 vs. USK Praha – Lavender leads her team in scoring but falls short yet again. READ MORE

November 7 vs. Villeneuve D’Ascq – Lavender scores 14 and gets her first Euroleague win of the season. READ MORE


2019 International Team: Royal Castors Braine (Belgium)

2018 International Highlights: Played with Pallacanestro Vigarano (Italy)



Belgian League

October 13 vs. Jeugd Gentson – Karlie Samuelsson leads all scorers in her debut with Castors Braine. READ MORE

October 17 vs. Spirou – Samuelsson drops 21 in a lopsided win over Spirou. READ MORE

October 21 vs. Sint Katelijne – Samuelson scores 12 but loses a close one. READ MORE

October 27 vs. Lummen – Samuelson returns to her winning ways and drops a season-high 24 points. READ MORE

November 11 vs. Deerlijk – Samuelson contributes 14 points in a convincing win over Deerlijk. READ MORE

November 24 vs. Belfus Namur – Karlie Samuelson scores 16 as her team, Castors Braine, stays atop league standings. READ MORE



October 24 vs. Familia Schio – Karlie Samuelson leads all scores with 18 in her 2018 Euroleague debut. READ MORE

October 31 vs. Villeneuve – Samuelson struggled from the field posting only 3 points in a close loss. READ MORE

November 7 vs. CCC Polowice – Karlie scores only 5 points but takes the win. READ MORE


2019 International Team: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia)

2018 International Highlights: Played with Dynamo Kursk (Russia) and Russian Cup Winner



Russian League

October 3 vs. Spartak Noginsk – Maria Vadeeva begins another season with UMMC Ekaterinburg. READ MORE

October 13 vs. Dynamo Moscow – Vadeeva comes off the bench and drops 13 for the win. READ MORE

October 20 vs. Dynamo NR – Vadeeva returns to the starting lineup but only scores 5. READ MORE

October 28 vs. Inventa – Vadeeva scores 6 off the bench in another win. READ MORE

November 4 vs. Spartak Vidnoye – Vadeeva is back in the starting lineup and posts a double-double. READ MORE

November 25 vs. MBA – Another double-double from Vadeeva making it six wins-in-a-row. READ MORE



October 24 vs. Villeneuve D’Ascq – Euroleague play begins and Vadeeva 10 points in the win. READ MORE

November 1 vs. CCC Polkowice – Vadeeva scores 8 off the bench, continuing the winning ways for UMMC Ekaterinburg. READ MORE

November 7 vs. Nadezhda Orenbug – Vadeeva scores 13 to make it three-in-a-row in Euroleague. READ MORE


2019 International Team: Ramat Hasharon (Israel)

2018 International Highlights: Played with Townsville Fire (Australia) and WNBL Champion


October 22 vs. H.R. Le-Zion – Sydney Wiese makes her debut with Ramat Hasharon. READ MORE

October 29 vs. Elitzur Ramla – Wiese makes another start but in losing effort. READ MORE

November 1 vs. Elitzur Holon – Wiese scores in double digits for the first time but fall short again. READ MORE

November 5 vs. Maccabi R. Hen – Wiese continues her scoring ways but it’s four losses in a row for Ramat Hasharon. READ MORE

November 26 vs. Bnot Hertzeliya – Wiese posts a season-high in points but in another losing effort. READ MORE