Jennifer Harris contributed with 27 points 8 teals and 11 fouls received for a total 36 in efficiency helping Pavellón Ourense in their quest of avoiding playout.
Pabellón Municipal de los Remedios in Ourense hosted on April the 11th a key game in the fight for avoiding the playoffs to play in Spanish third division.
A win for Jorge Gonzalez´s team meant entering the last three games of the season with options, because they had in their schedule two games against teams in the mid-love area.
Cref needed a victory to finish their suffering in their first season in Liga Femenina 2, where after a good season start they were forced to look down after being unable to keep some of their core players.
Pabellón ourense entered the game taking the lead on the scoreboard (17-10 at the end of the first period) and after an excellent second quarter the game was virtually sentenced (44-29).
Finally, the local team signed their higher score in the season with 90 points while Cref only could got 67, adding a vital win , which turned down to be even more important since Ensino, (with returning 43 year old former European star Cata Pollini) surprised everybody beating powerful Zamora.
Statistically, the MVP of the match was U.S. player Jennifer Harris with 27 points (70% from the field), 11 received fouls, 8 steals, , 4 assists, 3 rebounds and a block for a total 36 in efficiency, which ranked her first in efficiency in this week in Liga Femenina 2, Group A.
After being signed by Ourense in Week 16, Galicia, where the the team only had been able to get one win in sixteen games, it is obvious the impact of former twentieth pick in 2006 WNBA draft , helping Ourense (also reinforced by Ieva Kulite and later also with Laura Gil) to win five of the last nine games, with important wins like 69-58 against Alcobendas, 72-67 against Bembibre or 59-58 against Burgos.
In these eleven games, Jennifer Harris has averaged 17.9 points 5.6 rebounds 2.2 assists and 4.6 steals for an average efficiency of 17.9 points.