Women’s A1: Sarigiannidou first Greek MVP this year

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The dominance of foreign athletes in the titles of the most valuable player in A1 Women was “broken” by Konstantina Sarigiannidou.

The captain of PAS Giannina was named the KYANA MVP of the 17th Tournament thanks to her excellent performance in her team’s 77-75 victory over PAOK in Thessaloniki.

Sarigiannidou had 29 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists and 37 in the evaluation system after 32’59” minutes of participation.

The “doubles” of the competition

Zanda Raits (PAOK): 11 points, 10 rebounds

Konstantina Sarigiannidou (PAS Ioannina): 29 points, 12 rebounds

Sierra Moore (Hesperides): 16 points, 10 rebounds

Aliyah Pati (Esperides): 20 points, 11 rebounds

Anissa George (Proteas Voulas): 20 points, 11 rebounds

Christine Vitola (Olympic): 16 points, 10 rebounds

Rebecca Tobin (Olympic): 24 points, 14 rebounds

Jillian Allen (Panathinaikos): 12 points, 13 rebounds

The top of the numbers

Points

1. Jacqueline Morgan Jones (PAOK) 351

2. Sierra Moore (Esperides Cal.) 329

3. Anissa George (Proteas Voulas) 315

4. Sandal Walker (PAOK) 294

5. Aliya Pati (Esperides) 283

Rebound

1. Mia Berkman (Enikos) 167

2. Jacqueline Morgan Jones (PAOK) 164

3. Anisa George (Proteas Voulas) 161

4. Aliya Pati (Esperides) 158

5. Loren Manis (Niki Lefkada) 157

Asst

1. Angeliki Nikolopoulou (Olympiakos) 98

2. Thalia Kasapoglou (Eunikos) 97

3. Chrysoula Kilazidou (PAOK) 96

4. Penelope Pavlopoulou (Panathinaikos) 92

5. Miesha Morehouse (Proteas Voulas) 91

Thefts

1. Miessa Morehouse (Proteas Voulas) 40

2. Sandal Walker (PAOK) 31

3. Eleanna Christinaki (Olympiakos) 29

4. Anisa George (Proteas Voulas) 28

– Miesha Moore (Esperides) 28

5. Penelope Pavlopoulou (Panathinaikos) 25

Stoppers

1. Kristin Vitola (Olympic) 33

2. Anasia Wilkinson (PAS Ioannina) 21

– Zanda Raits (PAOK) 21

3. Aliya Pati (Esperides) 18

4. Mia Berkman (Enikos) 16

5. Anisa George (Proteas Voulas) 15

– Aristea Paraskevopoulou (Athinaikos) 15

Economy

1. Anissa George (Proteas Voulas) 398

2. Christine Vitola (Olympic) 387

3. Mia Berkman (Enikos) 351

4. Jacqueline Morgan Jones (PAOK) 321

5. Sierra Moore (Esperides) 315

Source: Sport Fm

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