Women’s Basketball League: Asvel crushes Roche-Vendée (54-108) to go to the semi-finals

ASVEL will travel to Villeneuve d’Ascq on Tuesday May 17 for the first leg of the semi-final (planned return to Mado-Bonnet on Friday 20 and still a nice event in the North on Monday 23).

In full confidence given his show of force (54-109) this Tuesday in La Roche-sur-Yon against a team from Roche-Vendée, certainly diminished by the injury of his American winger Mosqueda-Lewis (Achilles tendon ) but who was far from thinking of being so much in servitude.


To the Roche-sur-Yon, Asvel defeats Roche-Vendée 108-54 (30-16, 23-9, 30-11, 25-18).

Roche-Vendee.- Suarez 14, Monpierre 0, Bankole 14, K.Plouffe 10, Clarke 10 then Franchelin 2, Preneau 0, Mbu 2, Kone 2. Mosqueda-Lewis injured.

Asvel.- German 9, Johannes 18, Crvendakic 13, Chartereau 8, Alexander 22 then Tanqueray 3, Chevaugeon 11, Jocyte 10, Badiane 12, Burdick 0, Malonga 2.

Ideally put into orbit by a 10-0 in two minutes, with two baskets from Kayla Alexander inside and two 3-point baskets from Marine Johannes, who would quickly blow up the Vendée defense in the first half (18 pts at 7/9 including 4/6 at 3 pts in 13’30 for the French international, 14 pts at 6/8 in 14′ for the Canadian), Asvel, concentrated and aggressive, with rigor, intensity and an alternation in attack, still led from start to finish, standing out on a 9-0 (from 10-15, 4th to 10-24, 7th).
To head for an easy success (32-69, 25th, 44-100 in the 35th, biggest gap of the match).

Without ever loosening its claws in the face of Tigresses deprived of solutions (27%).

For their part, victorious at home on Saturday (96-79), the Northerners snatched their hard-fought qualification from Angers (70-72). In the other part of the table, Basket-Landes qualified in Charleville (72-79) after a first leg success (87-64). But Bourges, who largely dominated the regular season and won easily at home (99-67) will have to play a good game this Friday after his defeat in Montpellier (75-72).

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