Natalie Achonwa – Achonwa poured in 10 points on 4-of-7 shooting for Bourges (France) in a 74-65 loss against Nadezhda. She is expected to return to Indiana later this week.
Kennedy Burke – Burke finished with a career-high 30 points and 20 rebounds on Feb. 22 for Kayseri (Turkey) in a 91-69 win against OGM Orman. She ended this year with a WNBA season-high 18 points on June 9 against Phoenix last season. Burke followed up her career-setting game with 16 points and seven rebounds on Saturday against Botas.
Candice Dupree – Dupree compiled a 17-point, 10-rebound double-double performance on Sunday in a 95-91 victory against Miskolc. She tied a game-high 18 points on 8-of-10 shooting and led Sopron Basket (Hungary) with six rebounds in a 72-55 win against PEAC-Pecs on Feb. 23.
Bernadett Határ – One of the newest members of the Fever started off March perfectly as Határ finished 5-of-5 from the floor and 4-of-4 from the charity stripe in Sopron Basket’s win against Miskolc. Határ came off the bench in Sopron Basket’s win with 10 points and four rebounds against Nadezhda on Feb. 23. Határ and Dupree were two of three players to finish in double figures for Sophron Basket.
Shenise Johnson – Johnson scored 13 points, dished out a team-high seven assists and pulled down six rebounds for Ramat Gan (Israel) against Ashdod on Friday.
Paris Kea – Kea came off the bench and finished with three points and grabbed one rebound for Sparta&K Vidnoje (Russia) against Avenida on Thursday.
Betnijah Laney – Laney ended the game one of three scorers for Holon (Israel) to finish in double figures with 17 points in the 77-72 loss to Ramla.
Erica McCall – McCall finished with a game-high 24 points, behind a scintillating 9-of-10 shooting clip, as well as nine rebounds for KSC Szekszard (Hungary) in a 101-53 win against NKE-Csata on Feb. 22. She pitched in 14 points and five rebounds on Saturday against Cegledi EKK.
Tiffany Mitchell – Ramla (Israel) improved its record to 16-5 as Mitchell contributed nine points, five rebounds and three assists against Holon.
Victoria Vivians – Vivians ended with a new season-high 18 points for Ashdod (Israel) in the 70-65 win against Ramat Gan.
Erica Wheeler – Wheeler’s seven points and a team-high four assists for Nadezhda (Russia) claimed the win against Achonwa and Bourges on Wednesday night. As a team, Nadezhda ended the game shooting 23-of-29 from the free throw line.
A new decade of Indiana Fever basketball will tip off on Friday, May 15 under new head coach, Marianne Stanley. The 21st regular season of Indiana Fever basketball begins at Butler University’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse against the Atlanta Dream. Fans may purchase tickets by visiting feverbasketball.com.