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3D Global Sports officially launches their women’s program, announcing the 2019 Roster set to take the international stage against the Chinese Senior National Women’s Team.

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As part of the annual Sino-International Women's Basketball Challenge, taking place May 28th through June 4th, 3D Global Sports will compete, in three exhibition games, against China's Senior National Women’s Team. These exhibition games will help prepare team China for their FIBA 2019-20 Asia Games and Olympic Tokyo Games. Each of the three games will take place in a different city and will broadcast and stream throughout China on CCTV 5 (The official National Sports Channel).


FRIDAY, MAY 31st: GAME 1 @ Nantong, Jiangsu province

SUNDAY, JUNE 2th: GAME 2 @ Qingdao, Shandong Province

TUESDAY, JUNE 4th: GAME 3 @ Changzhou, Jiangsu province


President and General Manager: Teodor Teddy Tochev - (3D Global Sports)
Director of Operations: Carl Berman - (NetScouts Basketball - USA)

Head Coach: Albena Branzova - (UQAM - Canada)
Director of Strategy and Analytics: Dalius Ubartas - (Lithuanian Basketball Federation National Coach)
Mental Performance Coach: Gergana Branzova - (Bulgaria Basketball Federation National Coach)
Assistant Coach: Lotfi Ali Aichouba - (College Rosemont -Algeria)

Athletic Therapist: Morgan Gilfillan - (San Diego State)
Media Director: Samantha Frost - (University of San Diego)

Player Roster

Presley Hudson - 5'6 PG - Central Michigan - Seattle Storm(WNBA)

Maggie Lucas(C) - 5'10 PG - Penn State - Indiana(WNBA), Landerneau Bretange (France)

Ashley Morrissette - 5'10 PG - Purdue - Washington(WNBA), Dynamo-NPU (Ukraine)

Andreona Keys - 5'10 G - Purdue - Dynamo-NPU (Ukraine)
Brittany McPhee - 6'0 G - Stanford - Perth Lynx (Australia)
Reyna Frost - 6'1 F - Central Michigan
Jessica Kuster - 6'2 F - Rice - Ragusa (Italy)

Jessica Lubin - 6'1 C - UQAM - Piestanske (Slovakia)

Zykera Rice - 6'1 F - Gonzaga - Seattle Storm (WNBA)
Sharon Houston(C) - 6'3 C - IU Northwest - Mardin BSB (Turkey)
Jose-Ann Johnson - 6'4 C - Duquesne - Panionios (Greece)

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5'6 PG Presley Hudson

  • Averaged 20.4ppg, 4.5rpg, 5.7apg and broke school records with 2,309 points and 407 career 3-pointers.
  • 2019  winner of the NCAA national 3-point shooting contest.
  • Has been awarded to the All-MAC 1st Team 2017,2018, and 2019.
  • Signed as a free-agent to the Seattle Storm training camp roster in April 2019.

5'10 G Maggie Lucas (C)

6'2 F Jessica Kuster

  • Rice University all-time leading scorer and Rice all-time leader in rebounds.
  • Only C-USA player in history to be named to both the First-Team All-Conference and the All-Defensive Team all four seasons.
  • Holds records for career field goals made (745), career free throws made (550)
  • Only four-time recipient of the Hackerman Award in school history.  

5'10 G Andreona Keys

  • Second team All-Big Ten by the media and honorable mention by the coaches.
  • Player of the year in Ukraine while averaging 21.5ppg, 8.6rpg and 4.6apg.
  • Had 29pts, 12ass, 12reb in the Championship Game of the Ukrainain Superleague.

5'10 PG Ashley Morrissette

  • 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.

6'0 F Reyna Frost

  • Recently graduated from Central Michigan, and won MAC Player of the Year, while averaging an outstanding 22.2ppg and 13.3rpg.
  • All-MAC First Team and was named to the MAC All-Defensive team.
  • MAC Tournament Most Valuable Player in 2018.

6'3 C Jessica Lubin

  • Averaged 18ppg, 9.6rpg, and 3.2apg at UQAM  while being a 5x RSEQ All-Star.
  • CEWL Champion and Centre of the Year while being named 1st Team All-Star of Slovakia Top League.
  • 2x RSEQ Player of the Year and 2018 Defensive player of the year, 2x All Canadian U-Sports Team.

6'0 F Brittany McPhee

6'4 C Jose-Ann Johnson

  • 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.

6'1 F Zykera Rice

  • All-WCC First Team averaging 15ppg and 5.8rpg.
  • Helped the Gonzaga Bulldogs to their first NCAA Tournament win since 2015.
  • WCC All-Tournament honors after averaging 23.0 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.
  • Signed as a free-agent to the Seattle Storm training camp roster in April 2019.

6'4 C Sharon Houston (C)

  • TKBL (Turkey) 2nd Team All-Star while averaging 20ppg, 15rpg, and 2.8apg for the season (2018-19).
  • Four-time NAIA All-American led the Lady RedHawks to back-to-back national tournament appearances.
  • Owns school records for total career points (2,784), career scoring average (23.4 ppg), career rebounds (1,722), career rebound average (14.5), career blocks (489), and career blocks average (4.2).
  • Conference AII Player of the year, for all four years of her career.

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