Polish outfit KSSSE AZS-PWSZ Gorzow will have to wait at least one more week for a victory in their first EuroLeague Women campaign after falling to a 78-64 defeat at MKB Euroleasing Sopron.
Gorzow fell at Rivas Ecopolis last week and despite getting 15 points and seven rebounds from Poland international Justyna Zurowska, they slumped to a second straight setback to a Sopron team that is off to a quick 2-0 start in Group C.
Sopron's Serbia international Jelena Milovanovic was a doubt for the game earlier in the week when she was taken to hospital with suffering with dizziness and blurred vision.
Her game-high 21 points, however, left the visitors dizzy.
The game was knotted at 20-20 early in the second quarter after a basket from Gorzow's Alabama native Sidney Spencer.
Milovanovic answered with a lay-up to spark an 8-0 that put Sopron in front for good.
MKB Euroleasing outscored their opponents 24-13 in the second quarter to lead 42-31 at half-time.
A Milovanovic three-ball early in the third period stretched the Sopron advantage to 54-33.
The Polish team battled but never seriously threatened the rest of the way.
Amber Holt chipped in 16 points for Sopron, who won 74-63 at home last week over Good Angels Kosice.
Gorzow hurt their cause by turning the ball over 23 times.
Norbert Székely (Headcoach of MKB-EUROLEASING SOPRON):
"The Polish team did a good job, made a lot of changes during the game. We had again a lot of downturns."
Dariusz Maciejewski (Headcoach of AZS Gorzow):
"We played better than last week in Spain, but we have to learn a lot in the EuroLeague Women. I hope we will be better game by game also on this high level!"
Amber Holt (MKB-EUROLEASING SOPRON):
"It was a tight game, we had to work a lot to win! We have to forget our downturns."
Justyna Zurowska (AZS Gorzow):
"We are happy that we could play here, visit this famous club. They are younger than we, but has more experience. They used it. Congrat!"