Wings Overseas Roundup - March 3
Ogunbowale netted 13 points in her second consecutive outing to go along with five rebounds, a steal and an assist in an 83-63 loss at Cankaya. By grabbing five boards, the Milwaukee Maven has now secured exactly 100 boards since heading overseas, 20 more than she had during her rookie season in the WNBA.
Gustafson scored seven points to go along with five rebounds and a steal in NKE-FCSM Csata's 88-68 loss at Uni Gyor on Saturday. The teams split their season set as the Iowa Incredible was able to lead her team to a 76-74 victory back on December 7th with a 20-point, 11 rebound performance.
After losing just their third game of the season against Griona on February 1, Perfumerias would go unbeaten for the rest of the month, concluding the shortest month of the year with a 60-42 victory over Araski in league play and a 92-61 victory over Sparta&K MR in Eurocup. Samuelson had 10 points, three rebounds and two steals in those two contests and she is now averaging 1.3 steals per game since heading across the pond.
Thornton ended February with a bang by dropping a 16 point, 16 rebound double-double in a 62-57 win at OK Shoot before starting March off on the same foot with a 17 point, 11 rebound performance in a 64-55 win at KEB Hanabank, giving her four straight double-doubles.
Anigwe scored eight points to go along with 14 rebounds in Izmit's 67-63 victory over Gelecek Cukurova. The Idol of the British Isles has now grabbed 105 boards in just nine games played since committing to heading overseas in December.
Davis recorded her first double-double of this overseas season with a 24-point, 12 rebound, four assist performance in a 67-61 loss at Botas. The Gamecock Great also recorded her 10 steal in just seven games overseas with a two-steal performance last Saturday.
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