Yvonne Turner was a key contributor in USC Freiburg win against Rhein MB, 82 to 68 with 33 points (10/15 from the field, 2/4 three pointers and 7/10 free throws) and 4 rebounds which after sixteen rounds have her averaging excellent 16,4 points per game (fifth best scorer in the league), 3,5 rebounds 2,4 assists and 1,9 steals with 53,7% from the field and 36,4% in three pointers (2 made three pointers per game).
This is the second time that Yvonne reaches 30 points in a single game this season after achieving it also in the sixth round.
Another RegeneracomSports player, Sarah Hayes, who also plays for Freiburg is currently the 1.DBBL top scorer with 18,2 points 5,3 rebounds and is in third position for steals with 2,8.
Yvonne Turner is a 1,73m american point guard/shooting guard who has finished her college career averaging 11,6 points and 3,4 rebounds per game and being the starting point guard for Nebraska, the best team in the strongest conference of the whole NCAA 1st division and 5th best team in the country.
Yvonne´s career begins at Millard South High School where she averages 15,4 points 4,4 rebounds 4,4 assists and 3,7 steals in her senior year, being named All American and receiving more than 20 offers from Division One schools. Yvonne picked to play for Nebraska and after an adaptation first year, she averaged 8,4 points as sophomore, 12,7 points and 3,4 rebounds in the 2008-09 season as a junior player and had her best season as a senior.
In the 2009-10 season and as a senior player, Yvonne Turner averaged 12,8 points and 3,6 rebounds per game, was named as best defender in the best conference in NCAA 1st division (Big 12), was named in the best five in the conference, was named in the best defensive team in the conference for the third year in a row, and also was the second player in the story of Nebraska who scored more three pointers in a single season (82 three pointers in 32 games) and also led Nebraska to an unforgettable season with a 32-2 balance that took them to the NCAA Tournament where they advanced until the Sweet 16 after beating some records like 30 wins in a row in the strongest conference in United States or a 16-0 balance against teams in the Big 12.
Once her college career was over and after being a candidate to be selected in the 2010 WNBA Draft, Yvonne Turner joined the Bungdaberg Bears in Australian QBL and averaged 22,3 points 6,7 rebounds and 4,2 assists per game, shining against Gold Coast Gliders with 39 points (7/9 three pointers), 14 rebounds and 11 assists.