15 - 25
June 2023
11 Emma Meesseman (BEL)
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Quarter-Finals Top Performers: Meesseman, Badiane, Allemand, Fauthoux, Goree

LJUBLJANA (Slovenia) - Emma Meesseman certainly took Top Performer honors in style as she made tournament history with the the first-ever FIBA Women's EuroBasket  triple-double.

Her 15 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in the 93-53 wipeout of Serbia was a special moment for the player and the competition itself. Meanwhile, Meesseman also added 5 steals which led her to accumulate a huge performance efficiency valuation of 38.

She is joined in the lineup by her teammate Julie Allemand who just can't stop passing the rock. The guard also added a historical note as she became the first player to ever rack up double-digits in assists in three consecutive games as she finished with 15 points and 11 assists.

France are looking forward to another Semi-Final spot after brushing aside Montenegro 89-46, with victory mostly founded on some excellent work from Marieme Badiane. The forward harvested 20 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals.

The best of the backcourt work was undertaken by French colleague Marine Fauthoux, who came up with her best game of the tournament so far after scoring  15 points, handing out 6 assists and also grabbing 2 steals.

Last but not least, Cyesha Goree and Hungary will never forget their dramatic 62-61 triumph against Czech Republic. The forward got it done for her team with 17 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals.