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February 28, 2021
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Women’s basketball: ICIM Arad wins CEWL

Women’s basketball team Universitatea de Vest ‘Vasile Goldis’ ICIM Arad defeated Hungary’s DKSK Miskolc on Sunday in Brno, Czech Republic, 85-58 (55-28 at half time), and won the Central European Women’s League (CEWL) trophy for the second time, the team’s official website informs.
Being top favorites, the players coached by Dan Moraru and Cristina Ciocan had a forceful start, registering a 35-8 lead after the first quarter. The Hungarian players failed to regain their composure so the score difference continued to grow. Consequently, the Romania team’s coaches sent in some of the substitutes, giving the opponents the chance to lower the difference. Disciplined by their coaches, the Romanian players came back into the game and finished the first half with a 27-point lead, 55-28. The game was similar in the second half, ICIM Arad registering a clear win.
The Romanian team’s points were scored by: Monica Brosovszky Boriga (20 pts, 4×3), Crissy Givens (19 pts, 1×3), Jennifer Risper (13 pts), Kari LaPlante (10 pts), Carla Bartee (8 pts), Cristina Cutas (5 pts, 1×3), Suzana Milovanovic (2 pts). Adela Mercea, Christina Wirth, Adela Craciun and Diana Moraru also played. Coaches: Dan Moraru and Cristina Ciocan.
The Romanian team was encouraged by a small but noisy group of fans that made a significant financial and physical effort to encourage their favorites in the Final Four in Brno.
Crissy Givens was declared the final’s MVP, while Jennifer Risper was declared the tournament’s MVP. At the same time, Jennifer Risper and Monica Brosovsky Boriga were included in the Final Tournament’s best team. ICIM had defeated Czech Republic’s Kara Trutnov in the semifinals on Saturday, 85-66 (39-38).

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