USO Mondeville: Touty Gandega 0, Anne-Sophie Pagnier 3, Esther Niamké-Moisan 0, Aija Brumermane 8, K. B. Sharp 13 (12 rebounds), Lenae Williams 30, Yacine Séné 0, Pauline Thizy 2, Aurélie Bonnan 8, Valeriya Berezhynska 6
Euroleague Women round 3, day 2 news
Cras Basket Taranto found the going tough in their Group A home encounter with Wisla Can-Pack.
Elodie Godin put the hosts in the lead for good with four minutes left to play (56-55) with her team's last points from open play to win (63-57).
Cras Basket finished the game scoring 7-of-8 from the charity stripes.
Brooke Smith led the way with 17 points and 10 rebounds while Belgium international Kathy Wambe scored 16 points.
Godin took care of the offensive rebounds with 8 and scored 10 points.
For Wisla Can Pack that are without Gunta Basko (left), had Magdalena Leciejewska to lead the way with 12 points in their defeat, while Erin Phillips and Janell Burse scored 11 points each with Burse also collecting 10 rebounds.
In the final game from Group B, Lotus Gdynia from Poland held off Gospic Croatia (90-88).
Monica Wright who is likely to be the EuroLeague Woemen player of the week led the scoring with 26 points for the winners.
Lotos head coach Dariusz Raczynski explained after congratulating his players that "In the first half we were down but in the second half the girls played in the way we wanted to play. Kaczmarska's shot was decisive. The whole team played very well, that's why we won."