Overseas Update - Nov. 8

The following is an update on how Atlanta Dream players fared in recent games with their overseas teams. You can find links to all of their teams’ web pages and get more detailed information by clicking here.

Erika de Souza – Sport Recife (Brazil): Sport Recife has not yet begun its season.

Tiffany Hayes – Hapoel Rishon Le-Zion (Israel): Hayes and her team opened their season Nov. 5 with a 74-64 loss to Maccabi Ashdod. Hayes started and scored a team-high 21 points in 36 minutes, while also adding five rebounds and five steals.

Hapoel Rishon Le-Zion Israeli League stats

Aneika Henry – Rivas Ecopolis (Spain): Henry played two EuroLeague games and one Spanish league game since the last update. Rivas Ecopolis opened EuroLeague play Oct. 31 with a 79-48 defeat of Tarsus, with Henry starting and totaling 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists. But on Nov. 7, her team fell to Bourges Basket 60-49. Henry started again and had seven points and a game-high 14 rebounds, while blocking two shots. In the Spanish League, Rivas Ecopolis defeated Cadi ICG S. by a score of 86-83 on Nov. 3 to improve to 4-0, with Henry contributing six points, two boards and a blocked shot in 19 minutes off the bench. She is averaging 9.3 points and 6.7 rebounds in three games in the Spanish League.

Rivas Ecopolis Spanish League stats
Rivas Ecopolis EuroLeague stats

Laurie Koehn – Logan Thunder (Australia): Koehn came off the bench to score 12 points by sinking four-of-four three-pointers during a 102-81 loss to Dandenong R. as the Logan Thunder slipped to 2-4 this season. In three games she is averaging 15.7 points per game and has made 11-of-20 (55.0 percent) from behind the three-point line.

Logan Thunder Australian League stats

Cathrine Kraayeveld – Shinhan Bank (South Korea): Kraayeveld just recently signed with the Shinhan Bank S-Birds but has not yet played for the team, which is off to a 6-0 start.

Shinhan Bank South Korean League stats

Yelena Leuchanka – Liaoning (China): Leuchanka led her team to victories in its first three games in the Chinese League. In a 68-63 win against Beijing, Leuchanka poured in 24 points and added 12 rebounds and a block. During a 70-68 victory over Shenyang, she once more scored 24 points but also grabbed 19 rebounds and dished out four assists. Finally, in a 92-73 win against Heilongjiang, she had 26 points while sinking all 13 of her field goal attempts. In the first three games, she made 33-of-41 field goal attempts for 80.5 percent.

Liaoning Chinese League stats

Sancho Lyttle – Galatasaray (Turkey): Galatasaray sits atop Group C in the EuroLeague after a pair of close victories pushed them to 3-0. On Oct. 31, Lyttle totaled 17 points, 12 rebounds and two steals in a 58-56 victory over ZVVZ USK Prague. She then added eight points and seven boards during a 50-48 win over CCC Polkowice on Nov. 7. In between, Lyttle collected 15 points and eight boards during a 70-64 loss to Kayseri to slip to 2-1 in the Turkish League Nov. 4. She is now averaging 10.7 points and 5.3 rebounds in the Turkish League for Galatasaray.

Galatasaray Turkish League stats
Galatasaray EuroLeague stats

Angel McCoughtry – Fenerbahce (Turkey): McCoughtry helped Fenerbahce go 1-1 in its first two EuroLeague contests, as her team beat Municipal Targoviste, 73-48, on Oct. 31, but dropped a 65-64 contest Nov. 7 vs. Nadezhda. In the victory, she totaled 13 points, nine rebounds, six assists and three blocked shots in 25 minutes. In the loss, she had 15 points, six boards and three steals and made two go-ahead free throws with less than 30 seconds left before DeWanna Bonner made the winning basket for Nadezhda. McCoughtry also had a huge game as Fenerbahce improved to 3-0 in the Turkish League with a 67-60 victory over Antakya on Nov. 4. She finished with 27 points, 14 rebounds and four steals, scoring 40 percent of her team’s points. She is now averaging 19 points, 10.7 rebounds and 3.3 steals in the three Turkish League games.

Fenerbahce Turkish League stats
Fenerbahce EuroLeague stats

Previous Updates:
Oct. 31 update