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Lions Routs Grasshoppers, 45-79
Author: Henk Wals
Pictures: Tine Sierink
Date: October 29, 2005
Dutch  Box Score

The Lions had no trouble at all beating the Katwijk Grasshoppers on their own home court. Amanda Davidson scored 18 points to lead ProBuild to a 45-79 rout. Tanya Bröring scored 17 points against her former team and Susan Peters scored 12 points, all 3-pointers. José Verhulsdonck and Sharon Bos both chipped in with 11.

Coach Laki Lakner said he liked the way his team played defense. "We kept the pressure up during the whole game, something we weren't able to do last week and the week before. Offensively we also did a good job, hitting 43% from the field and 79% from the line. So, yes, finally I saw some progress, and I'm happy with that."

The Lions started the game as sharp as they their coaches expected them to be. 6-2 center Susan Peters scored two 3-pointers in the first minutes, as the Lions gained a 9-13 lead and next placed a 0-11 run to close the period with a 9-24 lead. Amanda Davidson scored 8 points in the quarter.

At halftime the gap was widened to 22-39.

In the locker room coach Laki Lakner told his team to keep the Grasshoppers below 10 points in the third period. It turned out to be exactly 10 points after the quarter, as the Lions led 32-59 by then. At the beginning of the fourth period rookie José Verhulsdonck scored 8 points during a 0-11 Lions-run, 32-70, after which the Lions cruised to a lopsided 45-79 victory on the as-yet-winless Grasshoppers.



Katwijk, home of Tanya Bröring
Author: Henk Wals
Date: October 27, 2005
Dutch

Saturday ProBuild travels to Katwijk to battle the Katwijk Grasshoppers. Katwijk, a fishing village on the coasts of the North Sea, is the hometown of Tanya Bröring, who played for Grasshoppers several years. This summer Katwijk signed two American players, Colleen White, a 5-11 forward who played for Sacred Heart, and 6-0 Erica Brizendine from Ohio Wesleyan University. The Grashoppers lost their first two games against Perik Jumpers (73-76) and BV Lely (68-45).



Lions Victorious in First Home Game
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: October 22, 2005
Dutch  Box Score

Sharon Bos scored 16 points and grabbed 8 rebounds as the Lions rallied for a 72-67 victory over AutoCad Amazone. Tanya Bröring scored 14 points and had a big 3-pointer in the last period for the Lions, who let slip away a 13 point lead in the 3rd period.

Amanda Davidson couldn't repeat her stellar performance of last week, but played a solid game at point guard and contributed 7 points.

Gerda Heinen chipped in with 11 points and 6-3 center Susan Peters scored 9 points, hitting three 3-out-of-5 3-pointers.

As a team the Lions shot 27-out-of-60 (45%) and 7-out-of-15 (46.7%) 3-pointers.

AutoCad Amazone debuts on the highest level this season and signed three quality players in Americans Shannon Mathews and Tywanna Inmon and Dutch national team player Jinga Gosschalk. These Big Three scored 54 of Amazone's 67 points. Inmon had 19, Mathews 18 and Gosschalk 17.

In the 7th minute of the first period ProBuild looked at a 8-15 deficit, but two scores of Sharon Bos sparked a 10-0 run and at the end of the period the Lions led 20-18. In the second quarter the Lions built their lead to 13 points at halftime, 45-32, but let it melt away in the third period, as Jinga Gosschalk stood up for Amazone, scoring 11 points in a 5-22 run.

"I don't know what came over us in the third quarter", coach Laki Lakner said. "We just didn't play with any emotion. We got soft on defense, starting to give them easy shots and layups."

At the end of the period the Lions trailed by four points, 56-60.

ProBuild started its comeback in the 6th minute of the 4rd quarter, when Tanya Bröring hit a 3-pointer to even the score, 64-64. A steal and a layup by Belinda Bos and a 3-pointer by Susan Peters gave the Lions a decisive 71-66 lead in the 9th minute.

Coach Brian Benjamin said he was happy with the victory, but not satisfied with the way the team played. "We lacked consistency; we couldn't keep the defensive pressure up the whole game. The third period was dramatic; we shouldn't have let that happen. But I liked how we came back in the fourth. They have three very good players, but our bench is much deeper and in the end we capitalized on that."



Amazone
Author: Henk Wals
Date: October 20, 2005
Dutch

Saturday the Lions host Amazone Leidsche Rijn, a team from Utrecht which makes its debut at the highest level this season. Not a bad team though, with two American players, point guard Shannon Matthews and center Tywanna Inmon, and Dutch national team player Jinga Gosschalk. Last week Amazone was victorious against Lely Amsterdam, 74-60. So, we expect an interesting season-opener at the Indoor Centrum Landsmeer.

Game starts at 8:30 PM CET.



Lions Drop First Game at Barendrecht

Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: October 15, 2005
Dutch  Box Score

Amanda Davidson's six 3-pointers and 27 points could not prevent the Lions from dropping their first game at Binnenland Barendrecht. Apart from Davidson and Gerda Heinen, who scored 12 points, all other players were stuck in single digits. Tanya Bröring was 2-out-of-16 and scored just 6 points. Coach Laki Lakner didn't look very happy after the game. "We lacked confidence and smartness, we were out-rebounded and we missed too many lay-ups. And we couldn't hit anything from the line." The Lions hit 12-out-of-24 from the free-throw line and just 19-out-of-59 from the field.

Amanda Davidson scored 13 points in the first period, in which Binnenland took a 19-16 lead. At halftime the Lions led by two points, 31-33.

In the third period ProBuild even managed to create a 7-point gap, 31-38, but then stayed scoreless for five minutes, allowing Binnenland to place a 11-0 run, 42-38. After Amanda Davidson evened the score with her fourth 3-pointer, 42-42, the game stayed close until the end. With two minutes on the clock and 55-55 on the scoreboard, Inge Huitzing, Laura Kooij and again Inge Huitzing scored for Binnenland, 61-55. Coach Laki Lakner called a time-out with 32 seconds to go, and set up a play for Amanda Davidson, which allowed her to score a 3-pointer with 25 seconds on the clock, 61-58. Binnenland milked the clock for 23 seconds without scoring, and when ProBuild finally came up with the ball, there were just 1.9 seconds on the clock. Another time-out was called, Gerda Heinen took the ball out of bounds but could not get it in the hands of a shooter. End of game. Coach Brian Benjamin said Binnenland didn't play very good either, but that they were smarter on the decisive moments. "We'll have to work on that", he said. "But it'll come eventually. We're a relatively young team and still have a lot to learn."



Second Team Wins Third in a Row

Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: October 14, 2005
Dutch

ProBuild's second team had no trouble beating BC Shooters in Landsmeer on Friday night. ProBuild never trailed and won by 35 points, 71-36. At halftime the Lions led 24-55. 16-years-old Annicke Verburg hit four 3-pointers to lead the Lions in scoring with 16 points.



Season Starts
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: October 13, 2005
Dutch

Saturday the ProBuild Lions will face CBV Binnenland in the seasons opener. Last season the two teams met in the semi-finals of the play-offs, where ProBuild was eliminated 3-0. In the Finals Binnenland lost from Den Helder for the second straight year. Coach Gertjan van der Linden kept the core of his team in tact during the summer, except for the loss of Dutch top center Marloes Roetgerink, who left for Germany. Two weeks ago American center Triola Jackson and Norwegian guard Anne Flesland were signed. With Dutch national team players Irene Sloof, Laura Kooij, Krista van Alten and Inge Huitzing in the lineup, Binnenland still is a serious contender for the championship. Game starts at 8:15 PM CET.



Second Ladies Team
Author: Henk Wals
Date: October 13, 2005
Dutch

ProBuild's second unit hosts BC Shooters on Friday, the former team of Gerda Heinen, Bettine Heinen, Belinda Bos en Sharon Bos. The Shooters are 0-2 so far this season and the Lions 2-0. Game starts at 9:00 PM CET.



Road Win ProBuild 2
Author: Henk Wals
Date: October 9, 2005
Dutch

ProBuild's second team had an easy win over Batouwe Bemmel, 43-58. The second unit never trailed and led 23-35 by halftime. Bettine Heinen and Maaike van de Bovenkamp both scored 12 points.



ProBuild Ends Pre-Season with a Victory in Overtime, 68-73
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: October 9, 2005
Dutch

For he last game of the pre-season ProBuild traveled to near-by Amsterdam to battle BC Lely, the former team of coach Laki Lakner. The Lions did not start the game as sharp as coach Laki Lakner probably would have liked them to be and trailed 18-15 after the first period. In the second period ProBuild gained a 7-point lead, 36-29, but got into foul trouble in the third, with guards Tanya Bröring and Karina Worku heading to the bench with the maximum of five. In the last minute Gerda Heinen and Sharon Bos both had a chance to score the game-winning points, but missed. The game went to overtime tied 60-60. In overtime the Lions took control, scoring 13 points while allowing 8. Amanda Davidson led the Lions in scoring with 27 points, Sharon Bos scored 10, Gerda Heinen 9 and Belinda Bos 8. Coach Laki Lakner said the game was kind of unlucky, with two of his main players fouled out and two others hindered by foul trouble. He also criticized centers José van Hulsdonck and Susan Peters for doing not a better job executing the plays. Both of them were benched during overtime and Lakner sent in 16-years-old junior Enya Post, who hadn't had any minutes until then. Post hit one of two free-throws in the last minute, clinching the victory for the Lions.



Coming this weekend
Author: Henk Wals
Date: October 6, 2005
Dutch

Saturday the second ladies team travels to Bemmel, in the south of the Netherlands, to battle Batouwe Bemmel.

The first team will stay closer to Landsmeer, as they play their last pre-season game at Lely Amsterdam, coach Laki Lakners former team.



ProBuild Downs Groningen in Pre-season Game, 66-41
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: October 1, 2005
Dutch

In ProBuild's first practice game against a Dutch Division I team, the Lions showed their teeth in the first half and led 33-16 by halftime. In the second period ProBuild kept its opponent to 4 points. In the second half coach Laki Lakner went to his bench and gave his reserves lots of playing time.

Tanya Bröring was the only Lions in double figures with 13 points, Amanda Davidson scored 9 and Gerda Heinen 8. Coach Lakner was critical after the game. "We lost our intensity in the second half, after leading by 17 points at halftime and we didn't execute our plays well. We also missed a lot of open shots (24-68 FG, 5-19 3P, 13-20 FT). So, no, I'm not satisfied." With Groningen American Rachel Wojdkovski (New York University) scored 14 points.



Second ladies team routs Breda Barons in first regular competition game
Author: Henk Wals
Date: October 1, 2005
Dutch

ProBuild's second team won their first regular competition against Breda Barons, 58-34.



Coming this Weekend
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 29, 2005
Dutch

Friday the second team hosts Barons from Breda for its season-opening game. Coach Robin Hollander sits out a one-game suspension. Fist team-coaches Laki Lakner and Brian Benjamin will stand in. Game starts at 9 PM CET.

Saturday the first team hosts Celeritudo Groningen for a practice game. Groningen is a First Division team that the Lions also will meet during the regular competition. Game starts at 7 PM CET.



Lions Come Up Short Against Oberhausen, 48-77
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 25, 2005
Dutch

The Lions suffered a large defeat from NBC Oberhausen, last year's finalist in the play offs of the German Bundesliga" For two periods ProBuild could stay close (28-35 at halftime), but in the third quarter the German coach Julia Gajewski turned to zone, and the Lions had no answer to that. "We got good looks at the basket", coach Brian Benjamin said. "Which is not bad, considering the German team is very good, with taller and stronger players on every position. But we failed to hit the shots." He was right about that: the shooting percentage over the whole game dropped to a season-low 24,1%. Coach Laki Lakner said the game revealed one of his team's weak spots: having difficulties with playing against a zone defense. "We are going to spend a lot of time on that, the coming weeks."
Amanda Davidson led the Lions with 14 points and Tanya Bröring had 12.



Bröring Enjoys Debut Victory
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 25, 2005
Dutch

Guard Tanya Bröring celebrated her debut for the Lions with 11 points and a win over Luxembourg Musel Pikes in a pre-season game. Bröring returned from a trip with the Dutch national team to the qualifying rounds for the European Championships.

Amanda Davidson led the Lions with 22 points and Sharon Bos chipped in with 15. Gerda Heinen, the Lions' main defensive stopper, was assigned to neutralizing Musel Pikes' 6-2 Croatian point guard, Ranela Skegro. Skegro managed to score just 7 points. With Davidson and Bröring on the guard positions, in the 3rd period ProBuild placed a 12-3 run to finish the quarter with a 54-35 lead.

Earlier in the afternoon Musel Pikes beat the Icelandic team Kevlavik, 73-78.



Upcoming Games this Weekend
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 23, 2005
Dutch

Saturday the Lions host the Luxembourg champions Musel Pikes. Game starts at 8 pm CET. Sunday the German play-off finalist Oberhausen visits Landsmeer for a game against ProBUild. This game starts at 4 pm CET.



Last Minute Heroics of Davidson Lift Lions to Win over Icelandic Champions
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 22, 2005
Dutch

Thursday night the Lions hosted Kevlavik, the reigning champions of Iceland, for a practice game. Kevlavik is a quality team; with five national team players and Reshea Bristol from the United States, who is a former star player from the Arizona Wildcats and had a short WNBA -career with the Charlotte Sting.

It was a close game for four quarters, with ProBuild leading 73-71 in the the 9th minute of the 4th period. In the last minute Reshea Bristol hit a jumper to even the score, 73-73, and the Lions's next offense didn't result in a score. After a time-out, with 23 seconds on the clock, Amanda Davidson stole the ball from Bristol and made a lay-up, 75-73. Kevlavik's last offence attempt also was smothered by Davidson, who was fouled under the Icelandic basket. Davidson missed both free throws in the last second, but that was without any importance.

Sharon Bos and Gerda Heinen both scored 18 points, Amanda Davidson had 14 (and 4 assists and 5 steals) and Susan Peters 11.



ProBuild Routs Cangeroes Utrecht in Practice Game, 31-65
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 18, 2005
Dutch

ProBuild's last challenge of the weekend was a practice game against Cangeroes in Utrecht. "It's not easy to get fired up again the day after a game against a team like Bensberg", coach Laki Lakner said. "But that's what we've got to learn, get ourselves sharp for any game on any moment". So the Lions tried hard and were partly successful. On defense they did a good job, holding Utrecht to just 11 points in the second quarter. But offensively the hoop seemed awfully small for most players. "We couldn't hit a shot", Lakner said. "In the second period we managed to score just seven points. But there's not much you can do about it. We got good looks at the basket." Lakner gave his junior players lots of playing time and kept his starters on the bench most of the second half. Amanda Davidson scored 12 points, Sharon Bos had 11 and Belida Bos 10.



ProBuild Downs German Bensberg in Pre-season Game
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 17, 2005
Dutch

Although the German league is supposed to be a little stronger than the Dutch league, the Lions had no trouble beating the BELKAW BasCats from Bensberg. A remarkable achievement, because Bensberg is a quality-team, at least on paper. The German team has two American players on its roster, Nana Rivers and Evelyn Ashbaugh, and Blanka Gerhadová from the Czech Republic. Corrie Berger and Susanne Biemer both play for the German national team.


Nevertheless the Lions never trailed until the fourth period, when they looked at a deficit of four points, 68-72, but then remarkably recovered, as Gerda Heinen scored six consecutive points and Amanda Davidson hit four free throws and a 3-pointer to take their team to a 82-74 lead.

Power forward Sharon Bos returned to the line-up, after being sidelined for two weeks due to an ankle-injury. Bos celebrated her return with a near-flawless performance, scoring 20 points, shooting 5-of-5 from the field en 10-of-10 from the line. Amanda Davison scored 17 points and Gerda Heinen had 16.

Coach Laki Lakner said he thought his team played well tonight. "Of course we're still making mistakes, but considering we were playing against a top team with much bigger post players than ours and a lot of talent on the roster, we obviously performed alright. I think our bench made the difference, we are a deep team. I'm happy Sharon is back and played well."



Second Team Wins
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Henk Wals
Date: September 17, 2005
Dutch

Another practice game, another win. ProBuild Lions's second team practiced against the juniors of the Katwijk Grasshoppers and won by 12 points, 54-42. Annicke van der Burg led the Lions in scoring with 14 points and Ilana Vergunst scored 12 points.



Busy Weekend for the Lions
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 15, 2005
Dutch

Another busy weekend for the Lions, with three games scheduled. The second team starts saturday at 13:00 hrs with a home practice game against the juniors of the Katwijk Grasshoppers. The main event starts at 16:00 hrs, as ProBuild's first team hosts the BELKAW BasCats from Bensberg, Germany, for a pre-season game.
Sunday there's an away practice game scheduled against Cangeroes (Division II) in Utrecht.



ProBuild Wins Practice Game
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 14, 2005
Dutch


Wednesday Lely's second team visited Landsmeer for a practice game against the Lions. ProBuild was victorious, 75-44. Coaches Laki Lakner and Brian Benjamin gave their junior players lots of time on the floor. Susan Peters led the Lions with 22 points, hitting three 3-pointers. Gerda Heinen scored 13 points, Amanda Davidson had 11 and José Verhulsdonck 10.



Dena Williams
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 13, 2005
Dutch

At Bradley University's website appeared an article about Dena Williams's upcoming professional career with ProBuild Lions in Amsterdam. Williams is expected to join the Lions in December, after finishing a course.



ProBuild Routes Akrides in Practice Game, 48-95.
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 11, 2005
Dutch

While the second ladies team won a tournament in Tubbergen, in the east of the Netherlands, the first team traveled to the coasts of the North Sea to the harbour town of IJmuiden, to battle Akrides in another practice game. Two weeks ago Akrides visited Landsmeer, where the Lions won by 14 points, 64-50. In the mean time ProBuild obviously made some progress, as was shown by tonight's score of 48-95. Amanda Davidson had another impressive game with 30 points. Gerda Heinen scored 20 points. Guard Karina Worku, who is coming back from a severe knee-injury, played her first game for the Lions, scoring 13 points in just 20 minutes of playing time. Coach Laki Lakner said his goal was keep the defensive intensity up for the whole game, and that he was pleased to see his team succeeding in doing that. "Not a bad weekend", Lakner said. "We're still not there, but we're definitely making progress. I very much liked what I saw from Amanda, who's not only scoring points, but also dished out loads of assists. And I'm glad Karina is on her way back. She's one of the most talented girls on the team and I expect a lot from her this year."



Second Ladies Team wins Tournament
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 11, 2005
Dutch

The ProBuild Lions' second ladies team played in a tournament at Tubbergen, in the east part of the Netherlands, with teams from the second division and the first junior division. "A well-organized tournament, with good referees and short breaks between the games", coach Robin Hollander said. Even better news was that the Lions won the tournament. After victories against Hoofddorp, WSC and Perik Jumpers, ProBuild met the juniors of Cape Holland Den Helder in the finals. The Lions came out victorious.



ProBuild Victorious in International Practice Game
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 10, 2005
Dutch

In a practice game against the Belgian Division I team of St Katelijne Waver the ProBuild Lions came out victorious, 73-69. Gerda Heinen led all scorers with 21 points, Amanda Davidson had 19 and Nadine Boesaart chipped in with 15.

In the 4th minute St Katelijne led 2-10, but by the end of the first period the Lions had already closed the gap, 15-16. In the second quarter center Nadine Boesaart showed her versatility by scoring two consecutive 3-pointers, which gave the Lions their first lead, 22-21.

At halftime the Belgian team had taken the lead again, 32-36, but in the third quarter Gerda Heinen scored 10 points to lead her team to a 59-55 lead. In the fourth period the Lions rolled to a 73-69 victory.

Coach Laki Lakner said he concentrated himself on defense mainly this game. "We made some progress this week, but we're still making way to many mistakes. But that's no surprise at this stage, as we still have to get used to each other and to our defensive plays."



Practice Games
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 9, 2005
Dutch

Saturday ProBuild Lions host Belgian Division I team St Katelijne Waver for a practice game. Last weekend the Belgians were victorious against Dutch First Division debutant Amazone Leidsche Rijn, 63-76. Game starts at 6 PM CET.
Sunday the Lions travel to the city of IJmuiden to practice against Akrides (Division II).  



Interview
Author: Cees Hartman
Date: September 8, 2005
Dutch

Last Saturday, at the ProBuild BBQ, a local television crew interviewed coaches Laki Lakner and Brian Benjamin, and players Belinda Bos and Sharon Bos.

Here's a link (in Dutch).



ProBuild Wins Another Practice Game
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Henk Wals
Date: September 4, 2005
Dutch

Sunday afternoon the Lions hosted Cangeroes from Utrecht, a Division II team with four former Lions players on their roster. The Lions were without guard Tanya Bröring (playing with the national team) and Sharon Bos (sprained ankle), but came out victorious, 65-43.

Coach Brian Benjamin said he was not thrilled by what he saw on the court. "Lots of things went wrong", he said. "Especially in the front court too much mistakes were made defensively, and offensively the post players were not very productive either. Obviously it's one of our weak points." Amanda Davidson played unselfish and sober, but nevertheless led the team in scoring with 27 points (two 3-pointers). Gerda Heinen and Belinda Bos both had 13.



ProBuild Parties into the New Season
Author: Henk Wals
Pictures: Henk Wals
Date: September 4, 2005
Dutch

At a season's opening party at ProBuild's CEO Piet Reijne's farm, ProBuild Lions presented its new team to the press and the sponsors. In his speech coach Brian Benjamin said the organization set its goal at winning prices this season. "We have a young team, but we're talented and determined," he said. "We think we're ready to compete with the best teams of the league". Benjamin showed his thankfulness to the voluntary workers of the club. A special word of thank went to sponsor Piet Reijne, who is "devoted as anyone can be to winning a championship". After the official part was over, everyone went to the barbeques. At the end of the evening some players decided to use the pool, as Gerda Heinen and Ilana Vergunst are showing on the photograph.




ProBuild 2 Victorious in Practice Game, 64-50
Author: Henk Wals
Picture: Tine Sierink
Date: September 3, 2005
Dutch

Saturday afternoon ProBuild's second ladies team hosted Akrides IJmuiden for a practice game. The Lions never trailed, and led 41-26 by halftime.

The second ladies team was reinforced with Amanda Davidson, Nadine Boesaart en Sharon Bos from the first team. Amanda Davidson led all scorers with 18 points, Sharon Bos and Ilana Vergunst both had 9.

Coach Robin Hollander said he was not satisfied with the game. "Obviously our team is young and talented, but we're not a team yet. We have to learn to play together. Our defense was weak, and offensively we broke down in the second half. There's much work to be done yet."



Practice games
Author: Henk Wals
Date: September 1, 2005
Dutch

This weekend two practice games are scheduled for the ProBuild Lions. Saturday September 3rd the Lions host Akrides (Division II) and Sunday Cangeroes (also Division II) will visit Landsmeer.

Look at the preseason schedule.



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