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Women's Program

3D Global Sports Women's All-Stars launched their inaugural team in June 2019, for the Sino-International Women's Basketball Challenge, where they competed in three exhibition games agaisnt China's Senior National Women's team. While the 3D Team went 0-3 agaisnt a well-prepared China Senior National Team that just came back from playing WNBA teams, 3D came close to a victory in a game led by Maggie Lucas, who's outstanding play earned her a contract in the CBA for Tianjin.


NOV 1st: GAME 1 @ Cixi, Zhejiang

NOV 3rd: GAME 2 @ Yichang, Hubei

The 3D Global Sports program is honored to play to exhibitions games against Team China, this November. These games will aid team China in their preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The two games will take place in Cixi, Zheijiang and Yichang, Hubei, and will be broadcasted, streamed, throughout China on CCTV5 (The Official National Sports Channel of China).

For the two games scheduled for November 1st and 3rd, 3D has again assembled an international coaching staff (formed by our IDCP: International Development Coachign Program). The coaching staff will bring their background and expeirience working with the WNBA, Euroleague and their respective National Basketball Federations, The 3D Women's Head Coach is former WNBA and Euroleague Albena Branzova (Canada), and Assistant Coaches are Gergana Branzova (Bulgaria Federation), and Dalius Ubartas (Lithuania Federation) and Aziz Akkaya (Besiktas - Turkey Federation)


Head Coach: Albena Branzova (Canada)
Director of Strategy and Analytics: Dalius Ubartas - (Lithuanian Basketball Federation National Coach)
Mental Performance Coach: Gergana Branzova - (Bulgaria Basketball Federation)

Assistant Coach: Aziz Akkaya - Besiktas - (Turkey Federation National Coach)
Athletic Therapist: Julia Hochstein - (Canada)

Media Director: Erikas Kirvelaitis - (BC Vytautas Prienai – Lithuania)

Director of Operations: Carl Berman (United States)

President and General Manager: Teodor Teddy Tochev

Player Roster

(C) Ashley Morrissette - 5'10 PG - Purdue – Dynamo-NPU (Ukraine), Washington Mystics (WNBA)
Bianca Cuevas-Moore – 5’6 PG – South Carolina – New York Liberty (WNBA)
Simone Westbrook – 5’8 G – Clemson
Brianna Banks – 5’9 G – Penn State – Spain LFB, (2x NCAA Champion: Connecticut)
Tyler Scaife – 5’9 G – Rutgers University – Sampaio (Brazil), Phoenix Mercury (WNBA)
D’Asia Chambers – 6’0 F – Slippery Rock – Musel Pikes (Luxembourg), CEWL
Catherine Traer – 6’1 F – Carleton University – Canada National Team(3x3)
Elin Ljunggren – 6’2 F – Alvik Basket (Sweden) - Sweden National Team
Rashida Timbilla – 6’2 F – Massachusetts – Germany DBBL

(C) Janel McCarville – 6’3 C - Minnesota Lynx (WNBA) *1st Overall Pick 2005
Jose-Ann Johnson - 6'4 C - Duquesne - Aulnoye (France)

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5'10 PG Ashley Morrissette (C)

  • Participated with 3D Global Sports inaugural Women's All-Star vs Team China for 3 games in June.
  • Named First Team All-Big Ten and Big Ten All-Defensive Team in her senior year (2017).
  • 2017 Purdue Varsity Walk Award winner, given to a graduating senior who has brought national recognition to Purdue University.
  • Played guard for the Washington Mystics 2019 Preseason.
  • Earned All-Big Ten Tournament honors, averaging 19.0 points per game and scoring the 10th-most points by an individual in tournament history.
  • Recently won a Championship in the Ukrainain Superleague.

6’3 C Janel McCarville (C)

5’6 PG Bianca Cuevas-Moore

  • Scored exactly 1,000 points in her South Carolina University career.
  • During her four seasons on the court, was part of the 2017 NCAA National Championship, 2015 NCAA Final Four squad, four SEC regular-season titles and three SEC Tournament crowns … team posted a 123-19 record.
  • Swiped 12 steals during the six-game run to the 2017 NCAA Championship, the most ever by a Gamecock in a single NCAA Tournament.
  • Holds a share of the school record for most games played in a single season, seeing action in 37 games in both the 2014-15 and 2016-17 seasons.

5’9 G Brianna Banks

5’9 G Tyler Scaife

  • Returned from open-heart surgery and sitting out the 2016-17 season to lead Rutgers at 19.4 points per game.
  • Finished career second all-time in scoring at Rutgers with 2,233 career points behind Rutgers All-American Sue Wicks.
  • Drafted by the Phoenox Mercury (WNBA) in the second round with the 20th pick.
  • Recently won the Brazilian LBF 2019 Championship.

6'2 F Rashida Timbilla

  • Finished her senior seas at the University of Massachusetts averaging 8.0 points per game while leading the team with 9.6 rebounds ... Contributed 2.2 assists per game.
  • Averaged 12.1ppg, 13.6rpg, 3.8rpg and 1.6spg in Sweden while taking her team to the Semi Finals.
  • Played last year in the top league of Germany for Donau-Ries and averaged 9.2ppg, 12rpb, 2.5apg and 1.9spg!

6’2 F Elin Ljunggren

  • Played for the Sweden National Team: U16, U17, U18 and U20 as well as the European U20 Championships.
  • Currently in the top league of Sweden for Alvik Basket and averaging 19.7ppg, 9rpg and 3.7apg!

5’8 G Simone Westbrook

  • After sitting out two NCAA seasons, she made her first start in a Clemson uniform against Wofford, pouring in 18 points and pulling down a career-high eight rebounds.
  • Averaged 13.9ppg, 3.8rpg, 3.7apg and 2.8spg in her final year for Clemson.
  • Awarded part of the ACC All-Defensive Team during her final season.

6’1 F Catherine Traer

6'4 C Jose-Ann Johnson

  • Participated with 3D Global Sports inaugural Women's All-Star vs Team China for 3 games in June.
  • Played in the top league of Greece last year for Panionios GSS Athens.
  • Played and started in all 34 games for her senior year at Duquesne University.
  • Has the highest ranking of any player from Canada in the 2010 recruiting class.

6’0 F D’Asia Chambers

  • Leaves Slippery Rock ranked fifth in school history in rebounding (723), fifth in blocks (59), seventh in field goals made (520), ninth in points (1,313) and 10th in steals (125) and 14th in three-pointers made (67).
  • Played in the top leagues of Germany, Finland and Czech Republic where participated in the CEWL and averaged 17.3ppg, 8.8rpg and 1.8spg.

Follow us for updates and live action as the 3D Global Sports Women's All-Star team set to take on Team China.

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