5x5 Women's U18 Americas History

The FIBA U18 Women’s Americas Championship features eight U18 national teams vying for the Americas zone title and one of our Americas berths to the following year’s FIBA U19 Women’s World Cup. The USA has won 11 gold medals, including the last 10.

HISTORY

WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

ALL-TIME USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM RESULTS & STANDINGS

SUMMARY OF FINISHES Gold

Silver

Bronze

United States

11

2

0

Brazil

2

3

3

Canada

0

6

2

Cuba

0

1

2

Puerto Rico

0

1

0

Argentina

0

0

6

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

YEAR-BY-YEAR FINAL STANDINGS

1988

1992

1996 2000 2004 2006 2008

1

USA BRA CUB CAN *ARG

BRA USA CUB PUR CAN ARG MEX

BRA USA ARG CUB CAN MEX CRC ECU

USA

USA PUR CAN

USA

USA

2 3 4

CUB

CAN

CAN

BRA

ARG

BRA

ARG

BRA

BRA

ARG VEN PUR

5

CAN

ARG

PAR

6

*CHI

VEN

GUA

PUR CRC

7

*GUA

MEX

DOM

8

*PUR

COL

PUR

BOL

LEGEND : ARG-Argentina; BOL-Bolivia; BRA-Brazil; CAN-Canada; CHI-Chile; COL-Columbia; CRC-Costa Rica; CUB-Cuba; DOM-Dominican Republic; ECU-Ecuador; ESA-El Salvador; GUA-Guatemala; MEX-Mexico; PAR-Paraguay; PUR-Puerto Rico; USA-United States of America; VEN-Venezuela.

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

YEAR-BY-YEAR FINAL STANDINGS

2010 2012

2014

2016

2018 2022

1

USA BRA CAN

USA BRA ARG CAN PUR COL

USA

USA

USA

USA

2 3 4

CAN ARG BRA PUR

CAN BRA PUR

CAN ARG COL

CAN

ARG

CHI

BRA

5

ARG MEX PUR CRC

MEX

PUR

MEX COL

6

CHI

CHI

CHI

7

MEX

MEX

VEN

MEX

PUR

8

GUA

ESA

GUA

ESA

ESA

LEGEND : ARG-Argentina; BOL-Bolivia; BRA-Brazil; CAN-Canada; CHI-Chile; COL-Columbia; CRC-Costa Rica; CUB-Cuba; DOM-Dominican Republic; ECU-Ecuador; ESA-El Salvador; GUA-Guatemala; MEX-Mexico; PAR-Paraguay; PUR-Puerto Rico; USA-United States of America; VEN-Venezuela.

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

ALL-TIME RESULTS

W W W

87- 52 67- 56 74- 69

2006 1992 1988

W W W W

89- 42 100- 28 79- 47 89- 42

2014 2000 1996 1992

ARGENTINA (10-0

W W W W W W W W W W

87- 42 97- 51 68- 28 91- 32 81- 37 81- 47 128- 43 98- 51 81- 66 73- 58

2018 2014 2012 2010 2008 2006 2004 2000 1996 1988

CHILE (2-0)

PARAGUAY (1-0)

W W

115- 39 98- 28

2018 2010

W

121- 56

2006

COLOMBIA (3-0)

PUERTO RICO (9-0)

W W W

81- 29 83- 47 87- 36

2022 2018 2012

W W W W W W W W W

93- 38 103- 59 104- 36 108- 44 116- 36 121- 56 124- 49 115- 26 106- 54

2022 2018 2016 2010 2008 2004 2004 2000 1992

BOLIVIA (1-0)

COSTA RICA (1-0)

W

143- 24

2004

W

97- 35

1996

BRAZIL (10-0)

CUBA (5-0)

W W W W W W W W W

84- 40 80- 59 71- 47 81- 38 89- 46 96- 51 75- 48 99- 38 79- 57 78- 82 70- 80 70- 68

2022 2016 2012 2010 2010 2008 2006 2004 2000 1996 1992 1988 2022 2018 2016 2014 2014 2012 2008

W W W W W

69- 46 94- 68 91- 87 76- 70 64- 60

2000 1996 1992 1988 1988

VENEZUELA (2-0)

W W

110- 52 112- 49

2016 2008

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (1-0)

W

99- 26

2012

L L

EL SALVADOR (3-0)

W

W W W

106- 31

2022 2018 2014

87- 27

118- 50

CANADA (10-0)

W W W W W W W

82- 77 84- 60 109- 62 104- 74 107- 76 95- 46 72- 56

GUATEMALA (2-0)

W W

117- 32 106- 53

2016 1988

MEXICO (5-0)

W

77- 41

2022

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

ALL-TIME USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM COACHING STAFF

USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS HEAD COACHES

YEAR SITE

USA HEAD COACH

RECORD

2022 2020 2018 2016 2014 2012 2010 2008 2006 2004 2000 1996 1992 1988

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Joni Taylor, Texas A&M University

6-0 / Gold Medal

Cancelled

Mexico City, Mexico

Jeff Walz, University of Louisville

6-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 4-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 5-0 / Gold Medal 4-1 / Silver Medal 4-1 / Silver Medal 6-0 / Gold Medal

Valdivia, Chile

Suzie McConnell-Serio, University of Pittsurgh Dawn Staley, University of South Carolina

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Gurabo, Puerto Rico

Katie Meier, University of Miami

Colorado Springs, Colorado Buenos Aires, Argentina Colorado Springs, Colorado Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Mar del Plata, Argentina Chetumal, Mexico Guanajuato, Mexico

Jennifer Rizzotti, University of Hartford Carol Owens, Northern Illinois University

Doug Bruno, DePaul University Ceal Barry, University of Colorado

Geno Auriemma, University of Connecticut Rene Portland, Penn State University Nancy Wilson, University of South Carolina

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Debbie Ryan, University of Virginia

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS ASSISTANT COACHES

NAME

YEARS

AFFILIATION

Natasha Adair

2018 1992 2014 2000 2012 2018 2016 1988 2008 1996 2012 1988 2004 1996 2022 2008 2022 2006 2000 2004 2006 1992 2010 2016 2014 2010

University of Delaware Northern Illinois University University of Michigan

Jane Albright-Dieterle

Kim Barnes Arico

Ed Baldwin

University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Nikki Caldwell

Louisiana State University

Cori Close

UCLA

Kamie Ethridge Sharon Fanning

Northern Colorado University

University of Kentucky Iowa State University Syracuse University Gonzaga University

Bill Fennelly

Marianna Freeman

Kelly Graves

* Linda Hargrove

Cowley County Community College

Lea Henry Kay James

Georgia State University

University of Southern Mississippi

Delisha Milton-Jones

Old Dominion University Marquette University

Terri Mitchell Teri Moren Carol Owens Deb Patterson Carolyn Peck Jennifer Rizzotti Trish Roberts

Indiana University

Northern Illinois University Kansas State University University of Florida University of Hartford University of Michigan Florida State University

Sue Semrau

Charlotte Smith

Elon University

Jeff Walz

University of Louisville

Joi Williams

University of Central Florida

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

ALL-TIME USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Kendall Cooper

2012 2008 2016

A

Ashley Corral

Lauren Cox

Candice Agee

2012 2006 2004 2014

Jayne Appel

D

Erika Arriaran

Ariel Atkins

Maori Davenport

2018 2022 2010 1988 2008 2010 1988

Angela Aycock

1992

Aalyah Del Rosario Diamond DeShields

B

Karen Deden

Skylar Diggins

Ashley Battle

2000 2006 2000 2018 2016 2008 2016 2008 2022 2008 2018 1996 1996 2012 2006 2018 2014 2004 2016 1996 2006 1988 2004 2014 2016

Stefanie Dolson

Victoria Baugh

Kris Durham

Alana Beard

Aijha Blackwell Jeannie Boehm

E

Kelsey Bone

Dana Evans

2016

Rellah Boothe Sarah Boothe Isuneh Brady Alyssia Brewer Jenna Brown Juana Brown Keisha Brown

F

Kelly Faris

2008 1988

Stacey Ford

G

Lexie Brown

Nikitta Gartrell

2006 2022 2006 2012 2010

Kailyn Gilbert

C

Stefanie Gilbreath

Kelley Cain

Bashaara Graves

Desiree Caldwell Receé Caldwell Essence Carson Chennedy Carter Tamika Catchings

Reshanda Gray

H

Vicki Hall

1988 1996 1996 2010 2004 2016

Chavonne Hammond

Tina Charles

Stacy Hansmeyer Cassie Harberts Laura Harper Tyasha Harris

Dana Chatman

Marissa Coleman Napheesa Collier

Sidney Cooks

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

Bria Hartley

2012 1992 1992 2018 2010 2000 2022 2010 2016 1988 2016 2018 2000 2004 2010 2018

Cotie McMahon

2022 2014 2000 2014 2006 1996 1996

Ruthy Hebard Sonja Henning Valerie Higgins

Beatrice Mompremier

Loree Moore Mariya Moore

Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker

Maya Moore

Ebony Hoffman

Carolyn Moos Jennifer Mowe

Charde’ Houston Malina Howard Rhyne Howard

N

Olivia Nelson-Ododa

2018 2022 2022

J

S’Mya Nichols

Moriah Jefferson Dana Johnson Niesa Johnson Ashley Joens Alexis Jones Chandi Jones Londynn Jones

Indya Nivar

O

Courtney Ogden

2022 2010 2008

Chiney Ogwumike Nneka Ogwumike

P

K

Courtney Paris Candace Parker

2004 2004 1988 2006 2018 2010 1988 2022 2010 2000 2000 2008 1996 2012 2018

Paris Kea

2014 2022 2008 2000

Chloe Kitts

Kari Parriott

Lynetta Kizer Laurie Koehn

Kayla Pedersen Anaya Peoples Cassie Peoples

L

Vicky Picott

Erlana Larkins

2004 2006 1992 1992 2006

Justine Pissott

Jantel Lavender

Theresa Plaisance Cappie Pondexter

Christine Lesoravage

Rebecca Lobo

Nicole Powell

Italee Lucas

Samantha Prahalis

Lynn Pride

M

Alexis Prince

Sedona Prince

Marina Mabrey

2014 2012 2010 1992 1996 1992 2010 2014

Michaela Mabrey

R

Ally Malott

Michelle Marciniak

Amber Ramirez Semeka Randall Brittainey Raven

2016 1996 2006 2022 2004

Maylana Martin Etta Maytubby

Kayla McBride

Kiki Rice

Teaira McCowan

Angelica Robinson

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

Ashley Robinson Khadijah Rushdan

2000 2006

V

Grace VanSlooten

2022

S

W

Patrina Scruggs Jessica Shepard Charlotte Smith NaLyssa Smith

2000 1996 2008 1992 2012 2012 2014 1988 2014 1992 2018 2008 1988 2012 1996 2008

Destinee Walker Megan Walker Molly Wampler

2014 2016 1988 2004 2016 2004 1988 2018 2014 1992 2004 1992 1992

Abby Waner

Nikki Speed

Evina Westbrook Candice Wiggins Dana Wilkerson Christyn Williams

Trisha Stevens

Breanna Stewart

Jackie Stiles

Shekinna Stricklen

A’ja Wilson Sara Wilson

T

Christina Wirth Tiffany Woosley

Diana Taurasi

Nicole Teasley

Falisha Wright

Joslyn Tinkle

Shauna Tubbs

Y

Morgan Tuck

Aminata Yanni

2000

Jannah Tucker Brianna Turner

ALL-TIME USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM ROSTER BY AFFILIATION

ALABAMA

AUBURN

Niesa Johnson

1992

Patrina Scruggs

1988

APEX FRIENDSHIP HS (NC)

BAY CITY HS (TX)

Indya Nivar

2022

Chandi Jones

2000

ARUNDEL HS (MD)

BAYLOR

Chavonne Hammond

1996

*Lauren Cox

2016 2012 2018

*Alexis Prince

*NaLyssa Smith

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

CHELTENHAM HS (PA)

BIG SKY HS (MT)

Joslyn Tinkle

2008

Laura Harper

2004

BLAKE HS (MN)

CICERO-NORTH SYRACUSE HS (NY)

Carolyn Moos

1996

Breanna Stewart

2012

CINCO RANCHO HS (TX)

BOLINGBROOK HS (IL)

Carolyn Moos

1996

Stefanie Gilbreath

2006

CLAFLIN HS (KS)

BRADLEY CENTRAL HS (TN)

Rhyne Howard

2018

Jackie Stiles

1996

CLARKSVILLE HS (TN)

BREBEUF PREP (IN)

Vidki Hall

1988

Bashaara Graves

2012

BRENHAM HS (TX)

CLEVELAND CENT. CATHOLIC

Teaira McCowan

2014

Jantel Lavender

2006

COLLINS HILL HS (GA)

BYRON P. STEELE II HS (TX)

Desiree Caldwell

2018

Maya Moore

2006

COLORADO

CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC HS (CA)

Isuneh Brady

2022

Molly Wampler

1988

COMMACK HS (NY)

CENTENNIAL HS (NV)

Italee Lucas

2006

Samantha Prahalis

2008

CONNECTICUT

CENT. ARK. CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (AR)

Christyn Williams

2018

*Ashley Battle *Tina Charles

2000 2006 2014 2010 1996 2010 2004 2012 1992

CHAMINADE COLLEGE PREP (CA)

*Napheesa Collier *Stefanie Dolson *Stacy Hansmeyer

Valerie Higgins

2016

*Bria Hartley

CHARLES HENDERSON HS (AL)

*Chardé Houston *Moriah Jefferson

Maori Davenport

2018

Rebecca Lobo

*Olivia Nelson-Ododa

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

*Breanna Stewart

2012 2000 2012 2018

FLOWER MOUND HS (TX)

*Diana Taurasi *Morgan Tuck

Lauren Cox

2016

*Christyn Williams

FREMONT HS (NE)

CORONA CENTENNIAL HS (CA)

Jessica Shepard

2014

Londynn Jones

2022

GEORGIA

CY-FAIR HS (TX)

*Keisha Brown

1996 1988

Chiney Ogwumike Nneka Ogwumike

2010 2008 2010

Stacey Ford

GILMOUR ACADEMY (OH)

Cassie Peoples

Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker

2018

DON LUGO HS (CA)

HARDING ACAD. (TN)

Diana Taurasi

2000

Juana Brown

1996

DUKE

HARLEM HS (IL)

*Alana Beard

2000

Aminata Yanni

2000

DULLES HS (TX)

HARVARD

Kelsey Bone

2008

*Jeannie Boehm

2016

DUNCANVILLE HS (TX)

HEATHWOOD HALL HS (SC)

Ariel Atkins

2014 1996

Tamika Catchings

A’ja Wilson

2014

EAST CENTRAL HS (TX)

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN HS (IN)

NaLyssa Smith

2018

Tyasha Harris

2016 2008

Kelly Faris

EASTSIDE HS (NJ)

HOMESCHOOLED

Essence Carson

2004

Receé Caldwell

2014

EDGEWATER HS (FL)

HOUSTON

Alexis Prince

2012

*Chandi Jones

2000

FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (FL)

ILLINOIS

Chloe Kitts

2022

*Aminata Yanni

2000

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

IMG ACADEMY (FL)

LINSLY HS (WV)

Kailyn Gilbert Rellah Boothe

2022 2016 2022

Ashley Battle

2000

LONG BEACH STATE

Grace VanSlooten

Dana Wilkerson

1988

INCARNATE WORD ACADEMY (MO)

LOUISIANA STATE

Napheesa Collier

2014

Dana Chatman

1988 2010

IOWA CITY HS (IA)

Theresa Plaisance

Ashley Joens

2018

LOUISVILLE

IOWA STATE

*Mariya Moore

2014

Ashley Joens

2018

THE LOVETT SCHOOL (GA)

KANSAS

Jenna Brown

2018

Angela Aycock

1992 1996

MACARTHUR HS (TX)

*Lynn Pride

Alexis Jones

2010

KANSAS STATE

MADISON HS (OH)

*Laurie Koehn

2000

Ally Malott

2010

KAREN WAGNER HS (TX)

MANASQUAN HS (NJ)

Amber Ramirez

2016

Marina Mabrey

2014 2012

KENTUCKY

Michaela Mabrey

Rhyne Howard

2018

MANVEL HS (TX)

LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY (CA)

Brianna Turner

2014

Candice Wiggins

2004

MARIETTA HS (GA)

LAKE HIGHLAND PREP (FL)

Angelica Robinson

2004

Destinee Walker

2014

MARLBOROUGH HS (CA)

LIBERTY HILL (TX)

Nikki Speed

2008

Sedona Prince

2018

MARSHALL HS (IL)

Cappie Pondexter

2000

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

MARYLAND

NEW TRIER HS (IL)

Laura Harper

2004 2008

Jeannie Boehm

2016

*Lynetta Kizer

NORCO HS (CA)

MIAMI HS (FL)

Erika Arriaran

2004

Beatrice Mompremier

2014

NORCROSS HS (GA)

MICHIGAN

Diamond DeShields

2010

*Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker

2018

NORMAN HS (OK)

MINISINK VALLEY HS (NY)

Stacy Hansmeyer

1996

Stefanie Dolson

2010

NORTH BABYLON HS (NY)

MONACAN HS (VA)

Bria Hartley

2010

Megan Walker

2016

NORTH CAROLINA

MORRILTON HS (AR)

*Juana Brown *Erlana Larkins Charlotte Smith *Nicole Teasley

1996

2004 1992 1996

Shekinna Stricklen

2008

MOUNDRIDGE HS (KS)

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

Laurie Koehn

2000

*Nikitta Gartrell

2006

MOUNTAIN POINTE HS (AZ)

NORTH GWINNETT HS (GA)

Nicole Powell

2000

Lexie Brown

2012

NAPERVILLE CENTRAL HS (IL)

NORTH PALM BEACH HS (FL)

Candace Parker

2004

Erlana Larkins

2004

NARBONNE HS (CA)

NOTRE DAME

Ebony Hoffman

2000 2000

Loree Moore

*Kayla McBride *Marina Mabrey *Michaela Mabrey *Anaya Peoples *Brianna Turner

2010 2014 2012 2018 2014

NEBRASKA

*Jessica Shepard

2014

NEW TOWN HS (MD)

Jannah Tucker

2012

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

OHIO STATE

RED BANK CATHOLIC HS (NJ)

Cotie McMahon

2022 2008

Justine Pissott

2022

*Samantha Prahalis

RED MOUNTAIN HS (AZ)

OKLAHOMA

Kayla Pedersen

2006

Etta Maytubby

1992

RUTGERS

OREGON

*Essence Carson

2004 1988 2000 2008

Vicky Picott

*Ruthy Hebard *Jennifer Mowe

2016 1996 1992

*Cappie Pondexter

*Nikki Speed

Sara Wilson

SAN CLEMENTE HS (CA)

OREGON STATE

Cassie Harberts

2010

Kari Parriott

1988

ST. ANTHONY HS (CA)

PAGE HS (NC)

Kendall Cooper

2012

Paris Kea

2014

ST. ELIZABETH HS (DE)

PENN STATE

Khadijah Rushdan

2006

*Candice Agee

2012

ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC ACADEMY (WI)

PERRIS HS (CA)

Sidney Cooks

2016

Maylana Martin

1996

ST. JOHN’S AT PROSPECT HALL (MD)

PIEDMONT HS (CA)

Marissa Coleman

2004

Courtney Paris

2004

Nicole Teasley

1996

POTOMAC HS (VA)

ST. PIUS X HS (GA)

Lynetta Kizer

2008

Kelley Cain

2006

POWERS HS (OR)

SACRAMENTO HS (CA)

Jennifer Mowe

1996

Victoria Baugh

2006

PRAIRIE HS (WA)

SALESIAN HS (CA)

Ashely Corral

2008

Mariya Moore

2014

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

SAM HOUSTON HS (TX)

Lynn Pride

1996

*Desiree Caldwell

2018 2008 2010 2016 2000

*Ashley Corral

SAN DIEGO HS (CA)

*Cassie Harberts *Valerie Higgins *Ebony Hoffman

Charde’ Houston

2004

SAN DIEGO STATE

SW MISSOURI STATE

Falisha Wright

1992

*Jackie Stiles

1996

SAPULPA HS (OK)

SOUTHWOOD HS (LA)

Alyssia Brewer

2008

Alana Beard

2000

SCHLARMANN HS (IL)

STANFORD

Anaya Peoples

2018

*Jayne Appel

2006 2008 2018 1988 1996 2010 2008 2000 1988 2004 2008 1996 1988 2012 1992 1992 2000 2004 1996 2000 2008

*Sarah Boothe *Jenna Brown Sonja Henning *Carolyn Moos

SETON CATHOLIC HS (AZ)

Christina Wirth

2004

SHAWNEE MISSION WEST HS (KS)

*Chiney Ogwumike *Nneka Ogwumike

S’Mya Nichols

2022

*Nicole Powell Trisha Stevens

SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL (DC)

*Candice Wiggins

Kiki Rice

2022

TENNESSEE

SILVERADO HS (CA)

*Alyssia Brewer

*Tamika Catchings

Candice Agee

2012

Kris Durham

SOUTH CAROLINA

*Bashaara Graves

Dana Johnson

*Tyasha Harris

2016 2014

Michelle Marciniak

*A’ja Wilson

*Loree Moore

*Candace Parker *Semeka Randall *Ashley Robinson *Shekinna Stricklen

SOUTH GRAND PRAIRIE HS (TX)

Ashley Robinson

2000

SOUTH SALEM HS (OR)

Tiffany Woosley

1992

Evina Westbrook

2016

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

TEXAS

VILLA MARIA ACADEMY (PA)

*Ariel Atkins

2014 1988 2010 2018 2006

Kayla McBride

2010

*Vicki Hall

VIRGINIA

*Cassie Peoples *Sedona Prince *Brittainey Raven

Christina Lesoravage

1992

WARREN TOWNSHIP HS (IL)

TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Sarah Boothe

2008

*Amber Ramirez

2016

WASHINGTON

TEXAS HOME EDUCATORS SPORTS ASSOC.

Karen Deden

1988

Moriah Jefferson

2012

WASHINGTON HS (IN)

THUNDERRIDGE HS (CO)

Skylar Diggins

2008

Abby Waner

2004

WASHINGTON PREP HS (CA)

TIMBERVIEW HS (TX)

Reshanda Gray

2010

Chennedy Carter

2016

THE WEBB SCHOOL (TN)

TRINITY HS (OH)

Aalyah Del Rosario

2022

Semeka Randall

1996

WEST SIDE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (IN)

TRINITY VALLEY CC (TX)

Dana Evans

2016

Shauna Tubbs

1992

WEST VALLEY HS (AK)

TWINSBURG HS (OH)

Ruthy Hebard

2016

Malina Howard

2010

WESTMINSTER SCHOOL (GA)

UCLA

Courtney Ogden

2022

*Receé Caldwell *Maylana Martin

2014 1996

WHITFIELD SCHOOL (MO)

Aijha Blackwell

2018

VANDERBILT HS (LA)

WINDER-BARROW H.S. (GA)

Theresa Plaisance

2010

Olivia Nelson-Ododa

2018

VANDERBILT

WOODWARD ACADEMY

*Chavonne Hammond

1996 2014

*Paris Kea

Keisha Brown

1996

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

ALL-TIME USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM RECORD BOOK

INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION RECORDS

MOST POINTS AVERAGED

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

A’ja Wilson

19.0 (95) 17.8 (89) 16.6 (83) 15.8 (79) 15.4 (77) 15.2 (76)

2014 2012 2004 2004 2000 2004

Rellah Boothe Erlana Larkins Moriah Jefferson

1.000 (9- 9) 1.000 (7- 7) 1.000 (6- 6) 1.000 (6- 6) 1.000 (6- 6)

2016 2004 2012 2000 2000

Morgan Tuck

Candace Parker Courtney Paris

Laurie Koehn Loree Moore

Alana Beard

Candice Wiggins

MOST ASSISTS AVERAGED

MOST REBOUNDS AVERAGED

Khadijah Rushdan

6.0 (24) 5.4 (27) 4.8 (24) 4.8 (24)

2006 2016 2012 2004

Jessica Shepard

12.6 (63) 10.3 (41)

2014 2016 2006

Tyasha Harris

Lauren Cox

Michaela Mabrey

Tina Charles

9.5 (38)

Candace Parker

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGED

A’ja Wilson

.765 (39-51) .760 (19-25) .741 (20-27) .719 (23-32) .686 (35-51)

2014 2004 2000 2004 2004

Lauren Cox

3.5 (14) 2.7 (16) 2.4 (12) 2.0 (10) 2.0 (10)

2016 2018 2004 2000 2014

Erlana Larkins Aminata Yanni Charde’ Houston

Maori Davenport

Candice Parker

Ashley Robinson

Courtney Paris

A’ja Wilson

HIGHEST 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE

MOST STEALS AVERAGED

Candice Wiggins

.562 (9-16) .556 (5-9) .556 (5-9) .500 (16-32)

2004 2018 2014 2012 2004

Candice Wiggins

4.0 (20) 3.8 (19) 3.8 (15) 3.4 (17)

2004 2000 2006 2004

Aijha Blackwell

Alana Beard Maya Moore

Napheesa Collier Michaela Mabrey Essence Carson

Candace Parker

.500 (3-6)

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

TEAM COMPETITION RECORDS MOST POINTS: 615 in 2004 MOST POINTS AVERAGED: 123.0 in 2004 MOST FGM: 252 in 2004 MOST FGA: 440 in 2022 HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: .627 (252-404) in 2004 MOST 3PM: 33 in 2000 MOST 3PA: 100 in 2022 HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE: .391 (25-64) in 2004 MOST FTM: MOST FTA:

110 in 2004 171 in 2018

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:

.743 (110-148) in 2000

MOST REBOUNDS:

353 in 2022

HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE:

66.2 in 2006

MOST ASSISTS AVERAGED:

26.8 (134) in 2004

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGED:

8.8 (35) in 2006

MOST STEALS AVERAGED:

18.4 (92) in 2000

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

MOST POINTS

MOST FTM

29, Candace Parker vs. Puerto Rico 26, Abby Waner vs. Bolivia 26, Diana Taurasi vs. Brazil 25, A’ja Wilson vs. Canada 24, Alana Beard vs. Argentina 24, NaLyssa Smith vs. Puerto Rico

08/08/04 08/05/04

10, Kiki Rice vs. Canada

6/19/22

9, Brianna Turner vs. Canada 8, Ashley Robinson vs. Mexico

08/08/14

7/29/00 8/10/14 7/28/00

7/26/00

MOST FTA

8/3/18

13, Kiki Rice vs. Canada

6/19/22

11, Jessica Shepard vs. Argentina

08/09/14 08/08/14

MOST FGM

11, Brianna Turner vs. Canada

12, Candace Parker vs. Puerto Rico

08/08/04

11, A’ja Wilson vs. Canada

8/10/14

MOST FGA

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

20, Candace Parker vs. Puerto Rico

08/08/04

1.000 (7-7), Morgan Tuck vs. Dominican Republic

8/15/12

1.000 (7-7), Candice Wiggins vs. Puerto Rico

08/06/04

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

MOST REBOUNDS

1.000 (7-7), Charde’ Houston vs. Argentina 1.000 (6-6), Erlana Larkins vs. Argentina 1.000 (6-6), Courtney Paris vs. Argentina

08/04/04 08/04/04 08/04/04

15, Nneka Ogwumike

7/27/08 6/19/22 6/28/06

15, Isuneh Brady

13, Victoria Baugh vs. Paraguay 13, Rellah Boothe vs. Guatemala

MOST 3PM

7/13/16

13, Tina Charles vs. Canada

07/02/06

6, Laurie Koehn vs. Argentina

7/28/00

13, Lauren Cox vs. Puerto Rico

7/16/16

MOST 3PA

13, Courtney Paris vs. Puerto Rico 13, Courtney Paris vs. Puerto Rico

08/08/04 08/06/04

12, Laurie Koehn vs. Brazil

7/29/00

MOST ASSISTS

HIGHEST 3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

10, Michaela Mabrey vs. Dominican Republic

8/15/12

1.000 (4-4) Destinee Walker vs. El Salvador

08/07/14

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS

MOST STEALS

6, Maori Davenport vs. El Salvador

8/5/18

8, Alana Beard vs. Mexico

7/26/00

TEAM GAME RECORDS MOST POINTS: 143 vs. Bolivia, 8/05/04 MOST FGM: 63 vs. Bolivia, 8/05/04 MOST FGA: 102 vs. Brazil, 6/30/06 HIGHEST FIELD GOAL%: .735 (50-68) vs. Cuba, 6/14/93 MOST 3PM: 12 vs. Argentina, 7/28/00 MOST 3PA: 31 vs. Brazil, 7/29/00 HIGHEST 3-POINT%: .625% (10-16) vs. Colombia, 8/17/12

MOST FTM: MOST FTA:

34 vs. Canada, 8/25/96 48 vs. Canada, 8/25/96

HIGHEST FREE THROW%:

.882 (15-17) vs.Brazil, 6/24/10

MOST REBOUNDS:

79 vs. Paraguay 6/28/06

MOST ASSISTS:

39 vs. Bolivia, 8/05/04

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:

16 vs. Dom. Rep., 8/15/12

MOST STEALS:

31 vs. Mexico, 7/26/00

USA BASKETBALL HISTORY

USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM 2022 RESULTS

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA • JUNE 13-19, 2022

The 2022 USA Team captured its 11th FIBA U18 Americas Championship. Head coach Joni Taylor led the team to the title and an undefeated 6-0 record. The USA opened with an 81-29 win over Colombia in which it dished out 24 assists and blocked seven shots. Kiki Rice (16 points) and Isuneh Brady (17 points) combined for 33 points, while Aalyah Del Rosario led the team on the boards with 11 rebounds. In the second game, the U.S. battled Puerto Rico evenly through the first quarter before jumping ahead mid-way through the second. The Americans finished with the win, 93-38. Five players scored in double figures for the U.S., highlighted by a double-double from Del Rosario (14 points, 12 rebounds). To close group play the USA defeated El Salvador 106-31. The team won on the boards with six players finishing with seven or more re- bounds. Brady finished with 20 points. The quarterfinals marked another wire-to-wire win for the U.S., defeating Mexico, 77-41. Both Cotie McMahon (21 points, 10 rebounds) and Brady (10 points, 11 rebounds) finished with double-doubles. In the semifinals, the Americans converted Brazil’s 23 turnovers into 34 points, helping the team take their fifth win, 84-40. Rice logged 22 points. The team also finished with 17 steals. The matchup with Canada in the gold medal game would show a much closer contest. The U.S. led through the start of the game and took their first double-digit lead (41-31) into the half with the help of an 11-5 run. The U.S. saw their lead dwindle to four at the end of the third quarter, but the team started the fourth with a 19-8 run to take a 15-point lead with five minutes left to play. After a late push from Canada, the U.S. rode their fourth quarter run to an 82-77 victory and their 10th consecutive gold medal. McMahon paced the Americans in scoring with 22 points, followed closely behind by Rice who finished with 18 points. Rice claimed MVP honors.

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2022 USA RESULTS (6-0)

NAME

POS HGT AGE AFFILIATION (SCHOOL)

HOMETOWN

Colombia

W, 81-29 W, 93-38 W, 106-31 W, 77-41 W, 84-40 W, 82-77

Puerto Rico El Salvador

Isuneh Brady

F C G G

6-3 6-6 5-8 5-6

17 18 18 17 17 18 17 18 17 18 18 17

Cathedral Catholic H.S.

San Diego, CA Danbury, CT Riverview, FL Corona, CA

Aalyah Del Rosario Kailyn Gilbert Londynn Jones Cotie McMahon S’Mya Nichols Courtney Ogden Justine Pissott Chloe Kitts Indya Nivar

The Webb School (Bell Buckle)

IMG Academy

Mexico

Corona Centennial H.S. Faith Christian Academy

Brazil

F F

6-3 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-4 5-11 6-3

Oviedo, FL

Canada

Centerville H.S.

Centerville, OH Overland Park, KS

G G G

Shawnee Mission West H.S. Apex Friendship H.S. The Westminster School Red Bank Catholic H.S. Sidwell Friends School

Apex, NC Atlanta, GA

FINAL STANDINGS

F

Toms River, NJ Bethesda, MD Ottawa Hills, OH

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

*United States (6-0)

Kiki Rice

G

Grace VanSlooten

F

IMG Academy

*Canada (5-1) *Argentina (3-3)

HEAD COACH: Joni Taylor, Texas A&M University ASSISTANT COACH: Teri Moren, Indiana University ASSISTANT COACH: Delisha Milton-Jones, Old Dominion University TEAM PHYSICIAN: Nancy Cummings ATHLETIC TRAINER: Kelly German, College Park Skyhawks

*Brazil (3-3) Mexico (2-4)

Colombia (3-3) Puerto Rico (2-4) El Salvador (0-6)

*Qualified for the 2023 FIBA U19 World Championship

2022 USA WOMEN’S U18 FIBA AMERICAS CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME

G

FGM-A

PCT

3PM-A PCT

FTM-A PCT

REB

PTS

AST

BLK

STL

Rice

6/6 30-61 6/6 11-40 6/6 22-58 6/6 36-55 6/6 32-65 6/0 16-31 6/0 19-31 6/0 12-40 6/0 14-37 5/0 4-22

0.492 0.275 0.379 0.655 0.492 0.516

2-7

0.286 0.304 0.125

24-33 14-15

0.727 0.933 0.533 0.625 0.516 0.444

24/ 4.0 23/ 3.8 44/ 7.3 45/ 7.5 45/ 7.5 47/ 7.8 35/ 5.8 21/ 3.5 22/ 3.7 18/ 3.6

86/14.3 43/ 7.2 53/ 8.8 78/ 13.0 85/ 14.2 44/ 7.3 46/ 7.7 36/ 6.0 40/ 6.7 12/ 2.4

24 23 13 10 19

4 0 3 3 2 6 7 3 4 0

11 12

Jones

7-23

VanSlooten

1-8 1-1

8-15

9 8

Brady

1

5-8

McMahon Del Rosario

5-13 0-0 8-28 2-10 0-1

0.385

16-31 12-27 8-10

10

.---

3 4

4

Kitts

0.4 0.3

0

0.8

12

Pissott

0.286

4-4

1

13 14 11

4

Nivar

0.378 0.182

0.2

10-16

0.625

11

Ogden Gilbert Nichols

1-9

0.111

3-4

0.75

5

0/0 - 0/0 -

.--- .---

- -

.--- .---

- -

.--- .---

- / - - / -

- / - - / -

- -

- -

- -

USA OPP.

6 6

196-440 89-368

.445 .242

27-100 .270 18-118 .153

104-163 .638

353/ 58.8 209/ 34.8

523/87.2 256/ 42.7

134

32 16

86 47

60-96

.625

47

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USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM 2018 RESULTS

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO • AUGUST 1-7, 2018

The 2018 USA team, led by Jeff Walz, topped six straight opponents by an average of 47.5 points per game on its way to a gold medal from Aug. 1-7 in Mexico City. The USA opened with an 87-42 win over Argentina in which it forced 30 turnovers and shot 60.0 percent from the field (36-60 FGs). The USA got 13 points and four assists from Aijha Blackwell; 13 points and six rebounds from NaLyssa Smith; a game-high five assists from Jenna Brown; and a game-best nine rebounds from Sedona Prince. The USA was impressive in a 115-39 victory over Chile – compiling a 78-27 rebounding advantage, 34 second-chance points and 49 fast break points to earn the win. Christyn Williams paced the USA with 19 points and 10 rebounds; Maori Davenport added 17 points and nine rebounds; Blackwell scored 13 points and recorded five assists and five steals; and Prince was credited with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Trailing Puerto Rico midway through the first quarter of its final preliminary round game, the USA changed the momentum with a 22-4 run to close the period, and then went on to secure a 103-59 victory. Smith led the USA with 24 points and seven rebounds; Ashley Joens contribut- ed 11 points and eight rebounds; and Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker and Olivia Nelson-Ododa each finished with 10 points. The USA held El Salvador to just 14.3 percent shooting from the field in a quarterfinal 87-27 win on Aug. 5. The USA also compiled a 58-25 rebounding advantage, shot 56.1 percent from the field and featured three players in double-digit scoring. Nelson-Ododa finished with 14 points and eight rebounds. A 17-0 run to close the second quarter gave the USA the momentum it needed to defeat Colombia 83-47 in the semifinals. Brown led the USA in scoring with 17 points on 6-of-7 shooting; Joens and Howard each contributed 14 points; and Nelson-Ododa added 12 points. Trailing 18-14 after the first quarter of the gold medal game against Canada, the USA stepped up its defensive pressure and ran away in the second half with an 84-60 victory. Rhyne Howard was named tournament MVP.

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2018 USA RESULTS (6-0)

NAME

POS HGT WGT AGE AFFILIATION (SCHOOL)

HOMETOWN

Argentina

W, 87-42 W, 115-39 W, 103-59 W, 87-27 W, 83-47 W, 84-60

Chile

Aijha Blackwell Jenna Brown Desiree Caldwell Maori Davenport

G G G G G G G G

6-0 5-10

150 155 135 175 190 180 150 175 160 195 180 170

17 17 18 17 18 18 18 17 17 18 17 18

Whitfield School The Lovett School Byron P. Steele II H.S. Charles Henderson H.S. Gilmour Academy Bradley Central H.S.

Berkeley, MO Smyrna, GA

Puerto Rico El Salvador

5-8 6-4 6-1 6-2

Cibolo, TX Troy, AL

Colombia

Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker F

Cleveland, OH Cleveland, TN Iowa City, IA Winder, GA Liberty Hill, TX Converse,TX Little Rock, AR Danville, IL

Canada

Rhyne Howard Ashley Joens

5-11 6-5 5-10 6-7 6-3 5-11

Iowa City H.S.

Olivia Nelson-Ododa Anaya Peoples Sedona Prince NaLyssa Smith Christyn Williams

Winder-Barrow H.S. Schlarman H.S. Liberty Hill H.S. East Central H.S.

FINAL STANDINGS

F F

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

*United States (6-0)

G

Central Arkansas Christian School

*Canada (5-1) *Argentina (4-2) *Colombia (3-3) Puerto Rico (3-3)

HEAD COACH: Jeff Walz, University of Louisville ASSISTANT COACH: Natasha Adair, University of Delaware ASSISTANT COACH: Cori Close, UCLA TEAM PHYSICIAN: Jeff Bytomski, Duke University ATHLETIC TRAINER: Casi Dailey, North Carolina State University

Chile (1-5)

Mexico (2-4)

El Salvador (0-6)

*Qualified for the 2019 FIBA U19 World Championship

2018 USA WOMEN’S U18 FIBA AMERICAS CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME

G

FGM-A

PCT

3PM-A PCT

FTM-A PCT

REB

PTS

AST

BLK

STL

Smith Joens

6/1 6/1 6/1

27-52 21-43 23-34

.519 .488 .676 .478 .500 .455 .400 .643 .571 .500 .343 .400 .496 .250

2-8

.250 .450 .556 .000 .318 .250 .--- .000 .400

10-16 13-21 16-21

.625 .619 .762 .538 .579 .800 .500 .524 .563 .667 .583

37/ 6.2 27/ 4.5 34/ 5.7 22/ 3.7 27/ 4.5 28/ 4.7 27/ 5.4 42/ 7.0 14/ 2.3 20/ 6.7 22/ 3.7 21/ 3.5

66/11.0 64/10.7 62/10.3 56/ 9.3 55/ 9.2 51/ 8.5 42/ 8.4 47/ 7.8 45/ 7.5 22/ 7.3 32/ 5.3 17/ 2.8

6

4 0 1 0 6 8 1 0 4 2 0

8 7 8

9-20 0-0 5-9 0-1 7-22 2-8 0-1 0-0 1-5 0-0 4-10

13

Hillmon-Baker

0

Blackwell

6/4 22-46

7-13

16

12

Nelson-Ododa 6/4 22-44

11-19

7

4

Howard Williams Brown Prince Peoples Caldwell Davenport

6/5 20-44 5/4 16-40 6/4 18-28 3/2 9-18 6/2 12-35 6/1 16-28

4-5

18 13

11

8-16 11-21 9-16

6 8

6

16

17

12

.---

4-6 7-12 5-5

1

0

.200

18

15 10

6/1

6-15

.---

1.000

8

USA OPP.

6 6

212-427 90-360

30-84 .357 28-141 .199

105-171 .614

352/ 58.7 175/ 29.2

559/ 93.2 274/ 45.7

123

42 17

101

66-114

.579

61

49

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USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM 2016 RESULTS

VALDIVIA, CHILE • JULY 13-17, 2016

Led by Suzie McConnell-Serio, the USA captured its eighth-straight and ninth overall U18 gold from July 13-17 in Valdivia, Chile. USA forward Lauren Cox was named tournament MVP. The USA opened with an impressive 117-32 defeat of Guatemala. Chennedy Carter had 17 points; Sidney Cooks added 16 points and eight rebounds; Ruthy Hebard had 12 points; Jeannie Boehm accounted for 10 points and nine rebounds; Tyasha Harris dished out eight assists; Evina Westbrook grabbed six steals; and Megan Walker had 11 points. Trailing in the first quarter, the USA got on track and steadily pulled away from Brazil for an 80-59 win on July 14. Cox led with 13 points and nine boards; Carter added 12 points; Walker contributed 11; and Harris had 10 points. Dana Evans had six assists. Leading from start to finish, the USA wrapped up preliminary round play with a 110-52 win over Venezuela on July 15. The USA drained six 3-pointers in the first quarter to help compile a 36-17 lead. Four of those came from Amber Ramirez, who finished with 18 points and six assists. Cox added 14 points, 10 boards and five blocked shots. The U.S. defense starred in a 104-36 win over Puerto Rico on July 16, giving up just three points in the second quarter. Cox grabbed 10 of her 13 rebounds in the first quarter, while Carter led with 17 points and four assists; Cooks, Valerie Higgins and Walker each added 11. Outscoring Canada 33-14 in the third quarter, the USA took control in the second half on its way to a 109-62 victory and a gold medal. The USA had six players in double-digit scoring and committed just three turnovers while forcing Canada into 24. Harris led with 18 points, four steals and three assists; Cox had 15 points; and Walker had 12 points and four assists.

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2016 USA RESULTS (5-0)

NAME

POS HGT WGT AGE AFFILIATION (SCHOOL)

HOMETOWN

Guatemala

W, 117-32 W, 80-59 W, 110-52 W, 104-36 W, 109-62

Brazil

Jeannie Boehm Rellah Boothe Chennedy Carter Sidney Cooks Lauren Cox Dana Evans Tyasha Harris Ruthy Hebard Valerie Higgins Amber Ramirez Megan Walker Evina Westbrook

F F F F G G

6-3 6-3 5-9 6-4

145 187 150 170 185 132 147 170 160 136 165 152

18 17 17 17 18 17 18 18 18 18 17 17

New Trier High School

Winnetka, IL

IMG Academy

Ocala, FL

Venezuela Puerto Rico

Timberview High School

Mansfield, TX Kenosha, WI

Saint Joseph Catholic Academy Flower Mound High School West Side Leadership Academy West Valley High School Chaminade College Prep Karen Wagner High School Monacan High School Heritage Christian South Salem High School

Canada

6-4 5-6 5-10 6-4

Flower Mound, TX

Gary, IN

F

Noblesville, IN Fairbanks, AK Granada Hills, CA San Antonio, TX Chesterfield, VA

F/C

FINAL STANDINGS

F

6-1 5-8 6-1 6-0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

*United States (5-0)

G G G

*Canada (4-1) *Brazil (3-2)

Salem, OR

HEAD COACH: Suzie McConnell-Serio, University of Pittsburgh ASSISTANT COACH: Kamie Ethridge, Northern Colorado University ASSISTANT COACH: Charlotte Smith, Elon University TEAM PHYSICIAN: Jim Sterling, Dallas, Texas ATHLETIC TRAINER: Ed Ryan, Colorado Springs, Colorado

*Puerto Rico (2-3)

Mexico (3-2) Chile (1-4)

Venezuela (2-3) Guatemala (0-5)

*Qualified for the 2017 FIBA U19 World Championship

2016 USA WOMEN’S U18 FIBA AMERICAS CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME

G

FGM-A

PCT

3PM-A PCT

FTM-A PCT

REB

PTS

AST

BLK

STL

Cox

4/3 24-37 5/0 23-37

.649 .622 .500 .571 .511 .345 .463 .643 .727 .462 .500 .407 .516 .284

1-2 2-7 3-8 3-8

.500 .286 .464 .375 .375 .100 .333

3-4

.750 .647 .667 .571 .818 .500 1.000 1.000 .600 .333 .664 .508 .750 .636

41/ 10.3 14/ 2.8 11/ 2.2 15/ 3.0 39/ 7.8 14/ 2.8 10/ 2.0 19/ 6.3 36/ 7.2 31/ 6.2 22/ 4.4 20/ 4.0 296/59.2 165/33.0

52/ 13.0 59/ 11.8 54/ 10.8 53/ 10.6 53/ 10.6 48/ 9.6 44/ 8.8 24/ 8.0 39/ 7.8 36/ 7.2 30/ 6.0 28/ 5.6

6

14

1

Carter

11-17

18 10 27 11

1 1 1 2 1 0 5 1 3 4 4

10

Ramirez Harris Cooks Walker Evans Hebard Boehm Boothe Higgins

5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5

20-40 20-35 23-45 19-55

13-28

1-1

8

10-15

13

4-7 9-11 4-8 6-8 7-11 9-9 6-10

5 8 8 3 3 4

1-10 2-6 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-2 3-12

8

5/0 19-41 3/2 9-14 5/0 16-22 5/0 12-26 5/0 12-24 5/0 11-27

17

.--- .---

2 5 6 7

.750 .000 .250

14 10 87 49

Westbrook

3-9

11

USA OPP.

5 5

208-403 94-331

31-87 .356 20-91 .220

73-110 33-65

520/104.0 241/48.2

128

37 15

51

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USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM 2014 RESULTS

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO • AUGUST 6-10, 2014

Guided by head coach Dawn Staley, the USA’s average margin of victory in the 2014 FIBA U18 Americas Championship was 44.8 points per game as it tallied a 5-0 record and captured the gold medal from Aug. 6-10 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The gold was the USA U18 women’s seventh-straight and eighth overall. On Aug. 6, the USA debuted with a 104-55 win over Mexico that saw five players reach double digits as the team scored 84 points in the paint. Finishing with 16 points apiece were Jessica Shepard and Brianna Turner, who also grabbed seven rebounds. A’ja Wilson added 15 points and 10 rebounds. The USA shot 68.4 percent and had eight players in double-digit scoring on Aug. 7 as it ran away with a 118-50 win against El Salvador. Sink- ing 4-of-4 from 3-point, Destinee Walker finished with 18; followed by 17 from Shepard; 16 points and eight rebounds from Wilson; 12 points and four assists from Marina Mabrey; and 11 points from Ariel Atkins. The USA rode a game-changing 19-4 second-quarter run to an eventual 107-76 win over previously unbeaten Canada on Aug. 8. The game saw six lead changes and five tied scores in the first half. Napheesa Collier led with 22 points, 10 rebounds and four steals; and Turner, who finished with 21 points and eight rebounds. In the semifinals on Aug. 9, the USA jumped to an 11-0 lead against Argentina and did not slow down. Led by 23 points, nine rebounds and four blocks from Wilson, who shot 10-of-11 from the field, the USA recorded a 97-51 victory. Three players had 11 points, including Mabrey. With a commanding 104-74 win over Canada that saw the USA paced by 25 points and 11 rebounds from eventual tournament MVP Wilson, the USA captured the gold medal on Aug. 10. Collier contributed 18 points and six rebounds; Mompremier finished with 16 points and eight rebounds; Shepard added 14 points and seven rebounds; and Turner had 12 points.

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2014 USA RESULTS (5-0)

NAME

POS HGT WGT AGE AFFILIATION (SCHOOL)

HOMETOWN

Mexico

W, 104-55 W, 118-50 W, 107-76 W, 97-51 W, 104-74

El Salvador

Ariel Atkins

G G G G C

5-11 5-8 6-1 5-8 5-11 6-7 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-4

155 135 173 126 165 235 180 175 200 165 150 190

18 17 17 18 17 17 18 18 17 18 17 18

Duncanville H.S. Homeschooled

Duncanville, TX San Antonio, TX O’Fallon, MO Greensboro, NC

Receé Caldwell Napheesa Collier Marina Mabrey Teaira McCowan Paris Kea Mariya Moore Jessica Shepard Brianna Turner Destinee Walker Beatrice Mompremier

Canada

G/F

Incarnate Word Academy

Argentina

Page High School

Canada

Manasquan High School Brenham High School Miami High School Salesian High School Fremont High School Manvel High School Lake Highland Prep School Heathwood Hall High School

Belmar, NJ Brenham, TX

F/C G/F

Miami, FL

Richmond, CA Fremont, NE Pearland, TX Orlando, FL Hopkins, SC

FINAL STANDINGS

F F

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

*United States (5-0)

*Canada (3-2) *Argentina (3-2)

G

A’ja Wilson

F

HEAD COACH: Dawn Staley, University of South Carolina ASSISTANT COACH: Kim Barnes Arico, University of Michigan ASSISTANT COACH: Jeff Walz, University of Louisville ATHLETIC TRAINER: Sheri Lampin, U.S. Air Force Academy

*Brazil (2-3)

Puerto Rico (3-2)

Chile (2-3)

Mexico (2-3)

El Salvador (0-5)

*Qualified for the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championship

2014 USA WOMEN’S U18 FIBA AMERICAS CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME

G

FGM-A

PCT

3PM-A PCT

FTM-A PCT

REB

PTS

AST

BLK

STL

Wilson Collier Turner Shepard Walker Mabrey Moore Atkins

5/4 39- 51 5/4 31- 55 5/4 27- 45 5/0 24- 36 5/0 18- 31

0.765 0.564 0.667 0.581 0.486 0.448 0.6 0.524 0.474 0.429 0.462 0.625 0.574 0.33

0- 0 5- 9 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0

.---

17- 25

0.68 0.75

42/ 8.4 43/ 8.6 27/ 5.4 63/12.6 27/ 5.4 9/ 1.8 10/ 2.0 16/ 3.2 14/ 2.8 11/ 2.2 7/ 1.4 14/ 2.8

95/19.0 70/14.0 68/13.6 19/ 3.8 45/ 9.0 44/ 8.8 39/ 7.8 33/ 6.6 23/ 4.6 19/ 3.8 18/ 3.6 13/ 2.6

4

10

4 8 3 2 5 3 5 9 2 0 3

0.556

3- 4

17

5 6 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 4

.--- .--- .---

14- 21 15- 26 9- 17

0.667 0.577 0.529

6 8 2 5

Mompremier

5/1

18- 37

8- 24 5- 12

0.333 0.417 0.167

0- 0 8- 9 5- 5 1- 4 2- 2 3- 4

.---

5/0 13- 29

0.889

18 20 10 17 19

5/1 5/5 5/5 5/1

11- 21 9- 19

1- 6 0- 0 0- 7

10- 11

0.91

.---

1

11

Kea

5/0 9- 21

0

0.25

Caldwell McCowan

6- 13

4- 10

0.4 .---

1

5- 8

0- 0

0.75 0.68 0.651

1

USA OPP.

5 5

210-366 104-315

23- 68 0.338 44-122 0.361

87-128 54- 83

260/52.0 116/23.2

530/106.0 306/61.2

127

30

55 28

50

7

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USA WOMEN’S U18 AMERICAS TEAM 2012 RESULTS

GURABO, PUERTO RICO • AUGUST 15-19, 2012

The 2012 USA U18 National Team claimed the gold medal with a perfect 5-0 slate at the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship. Opening against Dominican Republic, the USA reeled off the second quarter’s first 31 points and ran away with the 99-26 victory. A game- best 23 points came from Morgan Tuck, while Michaela Mabrey dished out 10 assists to go with her nine points and four blocked shots. Behind game-bests of 17 points and 12 boards from Breanna Stewart, the USA downed Argentina 68-28 on Aug. 16. Tuck added 13 points and Mabrey scored 12. In its final preliminary round contest, Alexis Prince scored a game-high 19 points to lead the USA past Colombia 87-36 on Aug. 17. In addition to Prince, Tuck contributed 17 points. Stewart and Tuck combined for 42 points and 11 rebounds to lead the U.S. to a 95-46 victory over Canada in the semifinal game on Aug. 18. Tuck shot 9-of-12 and led the way with 22 points, while Stewart shot 8-of-11 from the floor and finished with 20 points and a game-high eight rebounds. Finding itself in unfamiliar territory, USA never panicked and fought back from a double-digit deficit to claim the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship gold medal with a 71-47 victory over Brazil on Aug. 19. A trio of players posted double-doubles, including tournament MVP Stewart, who had 13 points and 10 boards. Tuckhad a team-high 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds; while Bashaara Graves had 10 points and 11 boards. After trailing for just 1:44 combined in its first four games, and never by more than three points, the U.S. found itself in the position of having to come from behind by double digits as Brazil held an 18-7 lead 38 seconds into the second quarter. However, the USA turned up its defense, which helped fuel the offense and went ahead by a 29-24 margin at halftime. Upping its lead to 50-31 with the help of a 21-7 third quarter output, the U.S. cruised in for the eventual win and gold.

2012 USA WOMEN’S U18 FIBA AMERICAS ROSTER

2012 USA RESULTS (5-0)

NAME

POS HGT WGT AGE AFFILIATION (SCHOOL)

HOMETOWN

Dominican Republic

W, 99-26 W, 68-28 W, 87-36 W, 95-46 W, 71-47

Argentina Colombia

Candice Agee Lexie Brown Kendall Cooper Bashaara Graves Moriah Jefferson Michaela Mabrey Breanna Stewart Morgan Tuck Jannah Tucker Alexis Prince

C G C G G F

6-6 5-9 6-3 6-2 5-7 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-0

190 145 190 185 122 135 170 175 190 175

18 17 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 17

Silverado High School

Victorville, CA Suwanee, GA Carson, CA Clarksville, TN

North Gwinnett High School St. Anthony High School Clarksville High School Manasquan High School Edgewater High School Bolingbrook High School New Town High School Cicero-North Syracuse High School Texas Home Educators Sports Association

Canada

Brazil

Glenn Heights, TX

Holmdel, NJ Orlando, FL

G/F F/C

North Syracuse, NY Bolingbrook, IL Randallstown, MD

FINAL STANDINGS

F

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

*United States (5-0)

G

*Brazil (4-1)

HEAD COACH: Katie Meier, University of Miami ASSISTANT COACH: Nikki Caldwell, Louisiana State University ASSISTANT COACH: Kelly Graves, Gonzaga University TEAM PHYSICIAN: Dave Weinstein, Colorado Springs, Colorado ATHLETIC TRAINER: Anne Marquez, University of Notre Dame

*Argentina (3-2) *Canada (2-3) Puerto Rico (3-2) Colombia (2-3)

Mexico (1-4)

Dominican Rep. (0-5)

*Qualified for the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship

2012 USA WOMEN’S U18 FIBA AMERICAS CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME

G

FGM-A

PCT

3PM-A PCT

FTM-A PCT

REB

PTS

AST

BLK

STL

Tuck

5/5 5/2

32- 59 27- 50

0.542

0- 3 6- 13 4- 12 0- 0 4- 13

0

25- 31 10- 15

0.806 0.667

25/ 5.0 39/ 7.8 20/ 4.0 28/ 5.6 34/ 6.8 17/ 3.4 17/ 3.4 15/ 3.0 6/ 3.0 26/ 5.2

89/ 17.8 70/ 14.0 64/ 12.8 53/ 10.6 37/ 7.4 29/ 5.8 28/ 5.6 27/ 5.4 8/ 4.0 15/ 3.0

7 9

2 9 5 3 0 0 5 6 2 5

5 7 6

Stewart Mabrey Prince Graves Brown Jefferson

0.54

0.462

5/4 23- 47 5/4 24- 49 5/0 13- 25 5/0 12- 33

0.489

16- 32 0.5

2- 2 1- 1 1- 4 6- 6 1- 3 2- 2 5- 6

1 1

24 11

0.49 0.52

0.333

15

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11- 18

0.611 0.25

9

5

0.364 0.407 0.619 0.375 0.294 0.485 0.234

0.308

15 21

14

5/5 5/1 2/1 5/2

11- 27 13- 21

0- 5 0- 0 0- 2 0- 0

0

1

8 7 1 3

Agee Tucker Cooper

.---

0.333

3 2 4

3- 8 5- 17

0

1

.---

0.833 0.727 0.596

USA OPP.

5 5

163- 336 67- 286

30- 80 0.375 21- 86 0.244

64- 88 28- 47

251/ 50.2 159/ 31.8

420/ 84.0 183/ 36.6

105

37 14

71 41

30

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