DURHAM, N.C.-- A total of 11 former Duke alumnae are currently playing overseas. GoDuke.com takes an inside look to see how they are performing across the world.
Adelaide Link (Australia-WNBL), G/F
Scheer continues to play for the Adelaide Link, averaging 13.8 minutes of play per game. She has played in all 12 of the team’s games, starting three. Scheer currently holds the team’s third highest field goal percentage at 50.0, as well as a 60.0 free throw percentage. She is also the team’s third leading rebounder, averaging 4.6 total boards per game. The Adelaide Link looks to improve their 2-10 record on December 19th against the Canberra Capitals.
Adelaide Link (Australia-WNBL), G
Jessica Foley continues to improve throughout the season, making the starting lineup in 11 of the team’s 12 games. Foley averages 31.2 minutes and 8.0 points per game. She is tied for the team’s second highest free throw percentage at 68.2. Foley leads the team in assists, averaging 3.2 assists per game.
Bichumi (South Korea-WKBL), G
Monique Currie has started in 11 games for Bichumi this season. She averages 22.8 minutes of play and 17.1 points per game. Currie holds a three-point shooting percentage of 29.4 and has improved her free throw percentage to 78.1. She recorded her first double-double of the season December 10th against Hanabank, with 32 points and 13 rebounds. The team has maintained its third place position in the WKBL with an 8-7 record on the season. Bichumi takes on Woori Hansae in round 16 of the regular season on December 17th.
Elitzur Holon (Israel-D1), G
Sheana Mosch has started all eight games for Elitzur Holon. She averages 37.8 minutes and 17.4 points per game. Her 43.2 three-point percentage and 88.0 free-throw shooting percentage have led her to being the team’s second leading scorer. She also averages 5.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game. In their last game against ASA Jerusalem, Mosch was tied as the team’s leading scorer with 21 points, while also recording six rebounds and three assists. Mosch and the Elitzur Holon return to competition on December 15th against Maccabi Ashdod, looking to improve their 2-6 record.
Edirne (Turkey-TKBL), G
Lindsey Harding has started all eight games this season, averaging 39.9 minutes per game. With a 39.9 field goal percentage and an 84.2 free throw percentage, Harding has proven to be the team’s leading scorer, averaging 18.1 points per game. In the team’s most recent victory over Hatay, Harding led the team with 26 points, tying her season’s best, while recording five rebounds and eight assists. The team’s record stands at 3-5, as Edirne moves on to play Mersin on December 20th.
Ormanspor (Turkey-TKBL), G
Jasmine Thomas has played in all eight games for Ormanspor, starting four. She averages 23.4 minutes and 9.4 points per game. Thomas has a 37.5 field goal percentage on the season. The Ormanspor look to improve their 1-7 record on December 20th against Abdullah Gul.
Shinhan Bank S-Birds Anshan (South Korea-WKBL), G
Karima Christmas has made appearances in 13 of the team's 15 games, making the starting line up in six of the games. She averages 19.2 minutes and 9.6 points per game. Christmas is the team's second leading three-point shooter with a 38.5 three-point percentage. She also maintains a 47.4 field goal percentage and a 66.7 free throw percentage. Christmas has recorded two double-doubles this season, the most recent being against the KB Stars with 13 points and 17 rebounds. The S-Birds currently stand in second plaace in the WKBL with a 9-6 record. The team returns to action on December 20th against Bichumi.
Lattes Montpellier (France-LFB), C
Mistie Bass has made the starting line-up in all 15 of the team’s games, averaging 27.8 minutes of play in the French League games and 31.0 minutes of play in the Euroleague. She is the team’s leading scorer in the French League games, averaging 15.0 points per game and holding a 59.6 field goal percentage and an 81.0 free throw percentage. In the Euroleague games, Bass is the team’s second leading scorer, averaging 11.8 points per game, with a 55.3 field goal percentage and an 87.5 free throw percentage. She has recorded three double-doubles this season, the most recent being against Nantes on December 7th, where Bass scored 16 points and recorded 12 rebounds. Bass was selected as the team MVP for the month of November. The team currently stands in second place in the French league, with an 8-2 record. Lattes Montpellier will take on Angers on December 20th.
Uni Ferrol (Spain-LFB), F
Haley Peters has played in all 12 of the team’s games, making the starting line-up in each. Peters averages 33.9 minutes per game and is the team’s leading scorer, averaging 16.8 points per game. She has a 45.6 field goal percentage, a 35.3 three-point field goal percentage, and an 82.6 free throw percentage. Peters has recorded two double-doubles this season, the most recent against Gipuzkoa UPV with Peters scoring 13 points and snagging 10 rebounds. The team’s record currently stands at 5-7 on the season. Ferrol will make their next appearance against Girona on December 21st.
Cagliari CUS (Italy-Serie A1), G
Tricia Liston has started all 12 of the team’s games, averaging 35.3 minutes per contest. She is the team’s leading scorer with 19.0 points per game. She is second on the team in three-point percentage, with 48.9 ledger, while maintaining an overall field goal average of 51.1 percent. She also maintains a 50.7 field goal percentage and an 87.9 free throw percentage. Liston has recorded one double-double on the season. She recorded a season-high 32 points against Trieste on November 16th. Liston and Cagliari CUS look to improve their 6-6 record on December 20th against Vigarano.
APAB/Barrestos (Brazil-LBF), G
Richa Jackson made the starting line-up in the season opener for the APAB/Barrestos, playing a total of 22 minutes. Jackson recorded six points and four rebounds in the game. The APAB/Barrestos play their second game of the season on December 15th against Maranhao.
APAB/Barrestos (Brazil-LBF), G
Chloe Wells also started in the first game for the APAB/Barrestos. Wells played a total of 32 minutes and was the team’s leading scorer with 15 points. She also recorded two rebounds and one block in the game.