UNIQA-Euroleasing Sopron won't be advancing in the EuroLeague Women from Group B but the Hungarians signed off with a big win over Beretta Famila Schio on Wednesday evening.
Australian Hanna Zavecz led the way with 17 points and seven rebounds as Sopron defeated the Italians, 69-54.
Hungary international point guard Zsófia Fegyverneky weighed in with 15 points and seven assists for Sopron.
Norbert Székely's team took a firm grip on the game in the second quarter.
On top 20-18 after Schio's Chiara Pastore hit a jumper, Diana Fürész connected from long range for Sopron.
Five straight points that followed by Olexandra Kurasova gave the hosts a 28-18 advantage.
They took a 32-20 lead to the break and remained comfortably ahead the remainder of the contest.
Schio had already wrapped up a place in the post-season before Wednesday's game.
Cheryl Ford led the Italians with 17 points and 14 rebounds.
Beretta Famila Head Coach Maurizio Lasi
"That was our weakest game this season in the EuroLeague Women. Sopron played much better and were motivated in their last game."
Uniqa Euroleasing Sopron Head Coach Norbert Székely
"I'm happy that we could play in a good rhythm, better than last week at Polkowice. On the other side we are sad, because we didn't reach the play-offs, but that is the reality."
Beretta Famila player Janel McCarville
"I have back problems, but Sopron played well, that's why I tried to play in the second half. We tried to win, but we gave them easy shots."
Uniqa Euroleasing Sopron player Zavecz Hanna
"Today we showed a good team performance. I also played well, scored a lot with the help of my teammates. That's a good basis for the rest of the season. We have important aims in the domestic league."