The forward comes into the summer having benefited from playing under Coach Zvirgzdins at club level in Belgium with the pair taking Castors Braine to an historic EuroCup Women Final in the Belgian side's rookie year and her first at pro-level. Steinberga lit it up in the first leg of the showpiece tie and demonstrated that she can perform in the biggest games. Last summer during the 2nd Qualification Round, she gave a glimpse of her attributes which led to her being revered at UTEP in the NCAA, but on the downside she also displayed inconsistency and inexperience. However, following her breakthrough year at club level, she now looks like the real deal and having been one of the positives from Latvia's underwhelming display in the Final Round two years ago, she appears primed to be a real factor this time around. She has good mobility, can shoot the three, rebounds well, is highly rated and very much a name to look out for as a possible leader for Latvia in these coming years.