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A Division Standings
 1. Atomeromu 17-3 
 2. UNIQA Sopron 16-4 
 3. UNI Gyor 15-5 
 4. PEAC-Pecs 14-6 
 5. Cegledi EKK 13-7 
 6. Miskolc 13-7 
 7. ZTE NKK 9-11 
 8. Vasas Akademia 5-15 
 9. PINKK-Pecsi 4-16 
 10. ELTE-BEAC 3-17 
 11. MTK 1-19 
Full Standings
B Division Standings
 1. NyKS 17-3 
 2. Szegedi KE 17-3 
 3. Vasas II 16-4 
 4. DEAC 14-6 
 5. DVTK 14-6 
 6. Kecskemeti 8-12 
 7. MAFC 7-13 
 8. MTK II 7-13 
 9. Kiss Lenke 6-14 
 10. Szolnok 3-17 
 11. NKE KTK-DSE 1-19 
 1. TFSE 19-1 
 2. ELTE-BEAC 2 16-4 
 3. Tatabanyai 14-6 
 4. Ajka 12-8 
 5. BKG DSE 11-9 
 6. Kanizsai 11-9 
 7. PINKK SE 11-9 
 8. Bajai NKK 8-12 
 9. David Kornel 5-15 
 10. Szombathelyi 2-18 
 11. Tatai SE 1-19 
Euroleague Standings
Group A
 1 Dynamo K. 14-0 
 2 Fenerbahce 11-3 
 3 USK Praha 9-5 
 4 Familia Schio 7-7 
 5 Lattes Montp. 7-7 
 6 Wisla Can-Pack 5-9 
 7 Mersin BSB 2-12 
 8 UNI Gyor 1-13 
Group B
 1 UMMC 13-1 
 2 Nadezhda O. 10-4 
 3 Avenida 7-7 
 4 Bourges 7-7 
 5 Hatay 7-7 
 6 Villeneuve 6-8 
 7 UNIQA Sopron 4-10 
 8 CCC Polkowice 2-12 
Eurocup Standings
Group A
 1. Maccabi Ashdod 5-1 
 2. Cegledi EKK 4-2 
 3. Sparta&K MR 2-4 
 4. H-Sirenos 1-5 
Group B
 1. Abdullah Gul 6-0 
 2. PEAC-Pecs 3-3 
 3. MBA 3-3 
 4. PINKK-Pecsi 0-6 
Group C
 1. Galatasaray 6-0 
 2. TTT Riga 4-2 
 3. Dynamo NR 1-5 
 4. Samsun 1-5 
Group D
 1. Yakin Dogu BGD 6-0 
 2. Good Angels 3-3 
 3. Olympiacos 3-3 
 4. Miskolc 0-6 
Group E
 1. Ragusa 5-1 
 2. Nymburk 4-2 
 3. Nantes 3-3 
 4. Belfius Namur 0-6 
Group F
 1. Girona 6-0 
 2. Keltern 3-3 
 3. Castors Braine 3-3 
 4. Uniao Sportiva 0-6 
Group G
 1. Venezia 4-2 
 2. Nice 4-2 
 3. Fribourg 2-4 
 4. Landes 2-4 
Group H
 1. Flammes 6-0 
 2. Wasserburg 3-3 
 3. Udominate 3-3 
 4. Lulea Basket 0-6 
Group Q
 1. Hatay 0-0 
 2. Lattes Montp. 0-0 
 3. Villeneuve 0-0 
 4. Wisla Can-Pack 0-0 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  ZTE N.
  Avg: 17.5
 1. Burkholder, ZTE N.17.5 
 2. Kuster, PE.16.6 
 3. Skoric, Cegledi EKK15.7 
 4. Sule, EL.15.5 
 5. Johnson, UNIQA S.15.4 
 6. Jovanovic, Miskolc15.4 
 7. Erkic, Atomeromu14.9 
 8. Lisec, Atomeromu14.7 
 9. Turner, UNIQA S.13.6 
 10. Simon, UNI Gyor13.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.2
 1. Jovanovic, Miskolc11.2 
 2. Rochel, Vasas A.9.5 
 3. Goree, UNI Gyor8.9 
 4. Lisec, Atomeromu8.9 
 5. Pirsic, Atomeromu8.0 
 6. Juhasz, PE.7.9 
 7. George, UNIQA S.7.5 
 8. Barnai, EL.7.4 
 9. Kuster, PE.7.3 
 10. Bays, ZTE N.7.2 
Assists Per Game
  Cegledi .
  Avg: 8.6
 1. Medgyessy, Cegledi .8.6 
 2. Colic, Vasas Akademia5.6 
 3. Mandic, PE.5.5 
 4. Czank, Miskolc4.3 
 5. Studer, Atomeromu4.1 
 6. Fegyverneky, UNIQA S.4.0 
 7. Zsovar, MTK3.8 
 8. Turner, UNIQA S.3.7 
 9. Erkic, Atomeromu3.6 
 10. Kiesel, UNI Gyor3.5 
Steals Per Game
  Cegledi .
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Medgyessy, Cegledi .2.4 
 2. Theodorean, Atome.2.4 
 3. Burkholder, ZTE N.2.2 
 4. Johnson, UNIQA S.2.1 
 5. Lisec, Atomeromu2.0 
 6. Turner, UNIQA S.2.0 
 7. Sule, EL.1.9 
 8. Bays, ZTE N.1.9 
 9. Nagy, ZTE N.1.9 
 10. Nagy-Bujdoso, Cegledi.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Tomlinson, Miskolc2.2 
 2. Rochel, Vasas A.1.6 
 3. Pirsic, Atomeromu1.1 
 4. Barnai, EL.1.0 
 5. Jovanovic, Miskolc1.0 
 6. George, UNIQA S.0.8 
 7. Hatar, UNIQA S.0.7 
 8. Bays, ZTE N.0.6 
 9. Szekely-H., MTK0.6 
 10. Kuster, PE.0.5 
Hungarian women teams in Euro cups 2016-2017


Next Round Schedule

Game 1 (Finals)

3-4 Place
UNI Gyor 57% Apr.25 Cegledi EKK
Atomeromu 70% Apr.25 UNIQA Sopro
Bronze shines like gold - Mar 7, 2013

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Amy Jaeschke
The Adriatic Leagues (officially MRKL) Final Four weekend took place on the 3rd-4th of March in Spens, Novi Sad, where PEAC-Pcs managed to snatch a dramatic victory over Vojvodina Nis Novi Sad in the bronze battle. Amy Jaeschke (196-C-89, college: Northwestern) was selected Center of the Year.

The Hungarian team hardly finished their match against Good Angels Kosice (45-61) in the Middle European League on Thursday night when they had already had to embark on their journey to Serbia. But that tight schedule didnt come as a surprise to them as they have been competing in 3 different competitions (Hungarian League combined with Middle European League, Hungarian Cup and the Adriatic League) all season long and Pcs is only 200 km away from Spens.

Nevertheless, PEAC looked tired in the semi-finals against Radivoj Korac Beograd on Saturday. The Hungarians were only able to keep the deficit low due to their strong play in defence (especially steals and rebounds) in the first 2 quarters although were misfiring badly (25.71% field goal efficiency) and thus Radivoj took a marginal lead by the half time break (21-20).
PEAC tried to battle on in the 2nd half with the help of their youngsters but the high number of games they had recently played finally seemed to have taken its toll. Radivoj took an early 8-point lead with 2 quick three pointers and the weathered Hungarians lost their will to fight a losing battle. At the end of the game PEAC tried to give more opportunity to the youth but there was never any real doubt in which team were going to the finals.
On the side note: it was a questionable decision to appoint Serbian referees to a semi-final game being played in Serbia where a Serbian team is involved. However we can safely say that even without the obvious help from the referees PEAC would eventually lose the match against the much stronger and experienced Radivoj.

RADIVOJ KORAC PEAC-PCS 68-43 (12-11, 9-9, 25-11, 22-12)

RADIVOJ KORAC: Beronja 10, Topuzovic 0, Jovanovic 4, Ajanovic 15, Brajkovic 2. Subs: Mandic 3, Stupar 14, Radic 4, Kapor 14, Jankovic -, Djordjevic 2.
PEAC-PECS: Fresz 7, Barbour 6, Horvath 4, Nagy-Bujdoso 5, Jaeschke 4. Subs: Dusanic 3, Czirjak 2, Szamosi 7, Raus 3, Kiss 2, Balla 0

In the other semi-final Vojvodina lost against title holders ZKK Partizan Galenika Beograd (72:94) which meant that PEAC would face the home team in the bronze game on Sunday.
There were two important questions before the match. Firstly, how would PEAC manage to recover some of their players strength in time? If you recall the Hungarians played 3 matches in 3 days and a lot would depend on how well they would be able to utilize the younger players. Secondly, even if they were playing at home court Vojvodina were having some real serious financial issues and the players agreed to play in the Final Four only on a promise from the management to sort all missing salaries out by the start of the tournament which there were unable to keep.

Motivation against fatigue was going to be a key aspect to that match.

PEACs impotent offensive play was causing problems again for the Hungarians in the first quarter (35% FG%) while Vojvodina didn't show any sign of motivational issues and carved out a formidable 34-14 lead by the end of the first 10 minutes. PEACs offense improved a bit a bit for the second quarter but couldn't really cope with the mental and psychical fatigue of such an exhausting season and the 3-pointers produced by Vojvodina. The scoreboard showed 48-34 in favour of the home team at half time.
Only a few could have seen what was coming in the 3rd period. PEAC rediscovered their fighting spirit and basket by basket they cut down the deficit to 7 (56-63). Only the fact that Jovana Popovic had such an excellent game prevented the Hungarians from reducing the gap even further.
The face of the game didnt change much in the last period as PEAC used up all the last bits of their energy reserves and as their handsome advantage started to melt away so Vojvodina seemed to have lost their confidence. Five minutes before the end of the game Pcs equalized they were coming back from a 24-point deficit! And to make things even worse for the Serbians PEAC took a 4-point lead with 3 minutes remaining! The dying minutes of the match was full of tension but the Hungarians managed to hold on to their small margin to win the bronze medal (79-74).

PEAC-PECS VOJVODINA NIS 79-74 (14-34, 20-14, 22-15, 23-11)

PEAC-PECS: Fresz 14, Barbour 15, Dusanic 17, Horvath 2, Jaescke 14.Subs: Nagy-Bujdoso 6, Czirjak 7, Szamosi 4, Raus 0.
VOJVODINA NIS: Popovic 21, Boskovic 9, Bucevac 18, Matovic 13, Sesnic 8. Subs: Corto 0, Krnjetin 5.

This is the first medal won by the team only founded last summer and we can say that despite of all the troubles they had to cope with throughout the season, the Adriatic League provided some very important experience and, most importantly, success for the young players which will definitely benefit the club which despite of their brief existence already looking to participate in a FIBA tournament next year the ultimate goal is to participate in the Euroleague.

(We should mention that Partizan Galenika comfortably beat Radivoj in the final (70:45) and thus were able to defend their title.)

Eva Lisec
A Division Round 2 of Semi-Finals. UNIQA Sopron and Atomeromu enter Finals - 4 days ago
UNI Gyor - UNIQA Sopron 65-83 UNIQA Sopron outgunned UNI Gyor on the road to sweep the semifinal series. The game was mostly controlled by UNIQA Sopron. UNI Gyor managed to win second period 20-18. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 16-of-20 free shots (80.0 percent) during the game. UNIQA Sopron outrebounded UNI Gyor 41-22 including a 33-17 advantage in defensive rebounds. American guard Shenise Johnson (181-90, college: Miami, FL) had a doub...   [read more]

Courtney Vandersloot's double-double lands her Player of the Week award among Hungarians playing currently abroad: - 4 days ago
Here is the weekly review of the top performing Hungarian players, who play currently abroad. This week's number one is an international point guard Courtney Vandersloot (173-89). Sheto an easy victory against the eighth-ranked Istanbul Uni in the Turkish KBSL in Saturday night's game.    [read more]

UNIQA Sopron and Atomeromu earn victories - 7 days ago
UNIQA Sopron and Atomeromu celebrated opening victories in the semifinal stage. UNIQA Sopron held off UNI Gyor 80:53 in the opener. Yvonne Turner (176-G-87, college: Nebraska, agency: ProDep Management) provided 20 points to lead the effort. UNI Gyor grabbed a 22:20 lead ten minutes into the game. But UNIQA Sopron turned things around in the next quarters. The Sopron side jumped to a 41:31 halftime lead. They held their opponents to just 22 points in the second half and raced to the vict...   [read more]

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Best players of Hungarian A Division round 21 - 1 month ago  
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Hungarian A Division round 20 best performance: Dorka Juhasz - 1 month ago  
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Lisec's double-double lands her Player of the Week award - 2 months ago  
A Division Round 19: UNIQA Sopron keeps a leadership position - 2 months ago  
Best players of Hungarian A Division round 18 (by Court Side) - 2 months ago  
A Division Round 18: Miskolc crush MTK by record 31 points - 2 months ago  
Atomeromu lands Cherise Daniel, ex Sirius TgM - 2 months ago  
Hungarian A Division round 17 best performance: Dora Medgyessy - 2 months ago  
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