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PostPosted: 04/17/19 8:47 pm    ::: 2019 USA U19 Team Reply Reply with quote

No surprises here as Walz will take charge with Close and Adair assisting again:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2019/04/wu19-world-cup-coaches-announced.aspx

Tryouts will be next month.
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PostPosted: 05/01/19 10:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Tryout list:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2019/05/wu19-invitees.aspx
https://www.usab.com/womens/u19/roster.aspx
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PostPosted: 05/02/19 11:48 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Lots of Stanford kids here. Hopefully some of them make the cut. Some really good players already in college on that list. Should be a fun team. and good.



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PostPosted: 05/15/19 8:48 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Two additions to the list before tryouts:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2019/05/wu19-adds-two-to-trials-roster.aspx
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PostPosted: 05/15/19 9:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Baylor is well-represented. TONS o' talent in that pool! Cool



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PostPosted: 05/19/19 12:34 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Team selected: https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2019/05/wu19-team-named.aspx


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PostPosted: 05/19/19 2:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The 31 tryoutees and the 12 makees:

Shakira Austin (Maryland/Fredericksburg, Va.)
Francesca Belibi (Regis H.S./Centennial, Colo.)
Aijha Blackwell (Cadinal Ritter H.S./Berkeley, Mo.)
Aliyah Boston (Worcester Academy, Mass./St. Thomas, USVI)
Cameron Brink (Southridge H.S./Beaverton, Ore.)
Jenna Brown (Stanford/Atlanta, Ga.)
Paige Bueckers (Hopkins H.S./St. Louis Park, Minn.)
Chrislyn Carr (Texas Tech/Davenport, Iowa)
Caitlin Clark (Dowling Catholic H.S./West Des Moines, Iowa)
Nia Clouden (Michigan State/Owings Mills, Md.)
Elissa Cunane (North Carolina State/Northern Guilford, N.C.)
Maori Davenport (Charles Henderson H.S./Troy, Ala.)
Aquira DeCosta (Baylor/Stockton, Calif.)
Elizabeth Dixon (Louisville/Germantown, Tenn.)
Queen Egbo (Baylor/Houston, Texas)
Shaylee Gonzales (BYU/Gilbert, Ariz.)
Aubrey Griffin (Ossining H.S./ Ossining, N.Y.)
Naz Hillmon-Baker (Michigan/Cleveland, Ohio)
Rhyne Howard (Kentucky/Cleveland, Tenn.)
Ashley Joens (Iowa State/Iowa City, Iowa)
Haley Jones (Archbishop Mitty H.S./Santa Cruz, Calif.)
Diamond Miller (Franklin H.S./Somerset, N.J.)
Jordan Nixon (Notre Dame/New York, N.Y.)
Charisma Osborne (Windward School/Inglewood, Calif.)
Abby Prohaska (Notre Dame/Liberty Township, Ohio)
Taylor Robertson (Oklahoma/McPherson, Kan.)
Honesty Scott-Grayson (Baylor/Brick, N.J.)
Nalyssa Smith (Baylor/Converse, Texas)
Celeste Taylor (Long Island Lutheran/Valley Stream, N.Y.)
Hailey Van Lith (Cashmere H.S./Wenatchee, Wash.)
Kylee Watson (Mainland Regional H.S./Linwood, N.J.)

Surprised that Haley Jones didn't make the team. Less surprised about Aquira DeCosta and Shakira Austin.
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Wonder how Van Lith's grades are. Maybe Brink and Belibi can be her buddies. Laughing



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PostPosted: 07/11/19 8:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I have been lazy about this thread.

Two roster changes:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2019/07/diamond-miller-added-to-u19-roster.aspx
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2019/07/ashley-joens-added-to-u19-roster.aspx

Teams around the world are already working on qualifying for the 2021 edition of this tournament. The top three teams at the Centrobasket U17 tournament qualified for next year's Americas U18 tournament:

Final Standings:
Mexico
Puerto Rico
Dominican Republic
Guatemala
Costa Rica
Bahamas
El Salvador
Barbados
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PostPosted: 07/12/19 1:21 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
Wonder how Van Lith's grades are. Maybe Brink and Belibi can be her buddies. Laughing


Good for you. You now sound just like many UConn fans to whom it's never enough. Very Happy


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PostPosted: 07/14/19 11:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

There have been more games with 2021 implications.

The European U18 Division A tournament was in Sarajevo, but it did not help the local teams avoid relegation:
Final Standings:
Italy
Hungary
France
Russia
Spain
Germany
Latvia
Czech Republic
Belarus
Poland
Israel
Belgium
Lithuania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Serbia

The three teams taking their place came out of the Division B tournament in Skopje, North Macedonia.
Final Standings:
Finland
Greece
Turkey
Sweden
Denmark
Portugal
Netherlands
Romania
Ireland
Slovakia
Slovenia
Switzerland
Ukraine
Luxembourg
Iceland
Estonia
Austria
Bulgaria
Great Britain
Norway
North Macedonia
Kosovo
Albania
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PostPosted: 07/17/19 10:31 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

linkster wrote:
myrtle wrote:
Wonder how Van Lith's grades are. Maybe Brink and Belibi can be her buddies. Laughing


Good for you. You now sound just like many UConn fans to whom it's never enough. Very Happy


Very Happy yeah, it's greed upon greed!



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PostPosted: 07/18/19 8:39 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The United States starts play against Australia at 1:15am ET on Saturday and can be seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAvgEiyNS94

Live games and replays will be available on YouTube for all group stage games and the first knockout round games.

Here are the non-USA rosters:

A:

Canada:
Sarah Te-Biasu, Niagara Prep (Canada)
Justina King, Long Beach State
Taya Hanson, Arizona State
Micah Dennis, Capital Courts Academy (Canada), Oklahoma State signee
Roxane Makolo, Dawson College (Canada), Purdue signee
Aaliyah Edwards, Crestwood Prep (Canada)
Merissah Russell, Capital Courts Academy (Canada), Louisville commit
Yvonne Ejim, Bishop Carroll (Canada), Gonzaga commit
Faith Dut, Semiahmoo Secondary (Canada), Florida signee
Brynn Masikewich, Lincoln Prep (Canada), UCLA signee
Niyah Becker, Utah
Christina Morra, Wake Forest

Latvia:
Nikola Ozola, TTT Riga (Latvia), Florida Atlantic signee
Elizabete Zumenta, TTT Riga (Latvia)
Klinta Dambrane, TTT Riga (Latvia)
Paula Klescova, TTT Riga (Latvia)
Eva Indrike, TTT Riga (Latvia)
Laura Meldere, Reyer Venezia (Italy)
Mara Mote, TTT Riga (Latvia), Arizona signee
Betija Rudzite, TTT Riga (Latvia)
Jete Nulle, TTT Riga (Latvia)
Alise Markova, Ancona (Italy), Miami Dade (JC) signee
Kristiana Koltone, no club
Aleksa Purmale, TTT Riga (Latvia)

Mozambique:
Helena Augusto, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
Jennifer Sigauque, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
Ester Gomes, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
Filipa Calisto, Ferroviario Beira (Mozambique)
Suze Cipriano, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
Raida Luisa, A Politecnica (Mozambique)
Carla Budane, Benfica (Portugal)
Chanaya Pinto, Quinta dos Lombos (Portugal)
Celia Sumbane, Quinta dos Lombos (Portugal)
Chana Paxixe, Benfica (Portugal)
Sandra Magolico, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
Hulda Joaquin, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)

Thailand:
Warangkhana Sirisathaphornsap, Secco (Thailand)
Phanwasa Boonjun, U19 (Thailand)
Yada Sriharaksa, U19 (Thailand)
Notthawan Ploywaenrattana, U19 (Thailand)
Sisiwimon Laosa, U19 (Thailand)
Sroifa Phetnin, Sripatum University (Thailand)
Supatcha Wanman, U19 (Thailand)
Pitchayapa Phuekraksa, U19 (Thailand)
Chonlada Salee, Secco (Thailand)
Taksaporn Charoenpanit, U19 (Thailand)
Mathurot Dangdee, U19 (Thailand)
Pimthicha Jantarwong, Dragon (Thailand)

B:

Argentina:
Victoria Gauna, Berazategui (Argentina)
Laila Raviolo, Berazategui (Argentina)
Sol Castro, Lanus (Argentina)
Sofia Wolf, Berazategui (Argentina)
Martina Torres, Lanus (Argentina)
Sofia Acevedo, Lanus (Argentina)
Camila Suarez, Rocamora (Argentina)
Lucia Operto, Ben Hur (Argentina)
Maria Victoria Fux, Obras (Argentina), NJIT signee
Candela Gentinetta, Berazategui (Argentina)
Florencia Chagas, Schio (Italy)
Brenda Fontana, Velez Sarsfield (Argentina)

Belgium:
Emmeline Leblon, Liege (Belgium)
Paula Dits, Caldwell (DII)
Sam Van Buggenhout, Phantoms (Belgium)
Ema Hambursin, Liege (Belgium)
Marie Peeters, Liege (Belgium)
Marie Vervaet, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
Niki Heemels, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
Becky Massey, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
Billie Massey, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
Maxuella Lisowa, Braine (Belgium)
Tesse Kapenga, Deerlijk (Belgium)
Dominic Van Den Stock, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)

China (family name first):
Zheng Ming, Beijing (China)
Li Yuan, Shandong (China)
Fang Zhuoya, Sichuan (China)
Li Bingzhen, Jiangsu (China)
Zhu Dandan, Zhejiang (China)
Luo Xinyu, Jiangsu (China)
Chen Mingling, Guangdong (China)
Li Yuyan, Chongqing (China)
Wan Jiyuan, Zhejiang (China)
Huang Kun, Jiangsu (China)
Xiao Tong, Sichuan (China)
Yu Jiajin, Zhejiang (China)

Mali:
Aminata Sangare, Torrelodones (Spain)
Diarrah Sissoko, Police (Mali)
Assetou Sissoko, Stade Malien (Mali)
Awa Kamissoko, Kalanba (Mali)
Fanta Kone, Djoliba (Mali)
Hawa Coulibaly, Djoliba (Mali)
Awa Haidara, Djoliba (Mali)
Diouma Berthe, Commune 6 (Mali)
Gnere Alima Dembele, La Salle Melilla (Spain)
Aminata Toure, Djoliba (Mali)
Sika Kone, Adareva Tenerife (Spain)
Alima Kouyate, CBD (Mali)

C:

Australia:
Jazmin Shelley, Melbourne Boomers (Australia)/Geelong Supercats (Australia), Oregon signee
Shyla Heal, Perth Lynx (Australia)/Rockhampton Cyclones (Australia)/Sutherland Sharks (Australia)
Chelsea D'Angelo, Melbourne Boomers (Australia)/Nunawading Spectres (Australia)
Miela Goodchild, Duke
Lily Scanlon, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Agnes Emma-Nnopu, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Gemma Potter, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Samantha Simons, St. Mary's
Isabelle Bourne, Canberra Capitals (Australia)/Geelong Supercats (Australia), Nebraska signee
Ula Motuga, Washington State
Alexandra Fowler, Townsville Fire (Australia)/Townsville Flames (Australia)
Isobel Anstey, Dandenong Rangers (Australia)

Hungary (surnames last):
Dorottya Budacsik, Vasas (Hungary)
Aya Keita, Gyor (Hungary)
Barbara Angyal, NKE (Hungary)
Fruzsina Hortvath, NKE (Hungary)
Berta Boros, Vasas (Hungary)
Reka Dombai, Vasas (Hungary)
Aliz Varga, Vasas (Hungary)
Nora Wentzel, PEAC (Hungary)
Dorina Szirony, Gyor (Hungary)
Reka Manyoky, NKE (Hungary)
Julia Boros, NKE (Hungary)
Angelika Kiss, DVTK (Hungary)

South Korea (family name first):
Shin Lee-Seul, Blue Minx (South Korea)
Heo Ye-Eun, Sangju Girl's High School (South Korea)
Jung Ye-Rim, Soongeui Girl's High School (South Korea)
Park In-Ah, Pusan National University (South Korea)
Lee So-Hee, OK (South Korea)
Park Ji-Hyun, Wibee (South Korea)
Eom Se-Oi, Chuncheon Girl's High School (South Korea)
Ko Na-Yeon, Bundang Management High School (South Korea)
Sun Ga-Hee, Stars (South Korea)
Lee Hae-Ran, Speer Girl's High School (South Korea)
Choe Ji-Seon, S-Birds (South Korea)
Lee Soo-Jung, Cheongju Girl's High School (South Korea)

D:

Colombia:
Gabriela Chivata, Bogota (Colombia)
Yuliany Paz, Antioquia (Colombia)
Daisi Pinilla, Antioquia (Colombia)
Laura Ayala, Bogota (Colombia)
Naylee Cortes, Bogota (Colombia)
Hamileth Ulloa, Bogota (Colombia)
Mayra Caicedo, New Mexico (JC)
Natalia Pineda, Eastern Michigan
Maria Alvarez, Miami Country Day (Florida) and South Florida signee
Esperanza Morales, Promete (Spain)
Daniela Gonzalez, Valle (Colombia)
Maria Zamora, Meta (Colombia)

Germany:
Pauline Meyer, Freiburg (Germany)
Nina Rosemeyer, Eintracht Braunschweig (Germany)
Julie Forner, Bamberg (Germany)
Emily Bessoir, Jahn Munich (Germany), UCLA commit
Marie Reichert, Grunberg (Germany), Old Dominion signee
Leonie Fiebich, Wasserburg (Germany)
Luisa Geiselsoder, Donau-Ries (Germany)
Helena Eckerle, Saarlouis (Germany)
Elea Gaba, Chemnitz (Germany), Buffalo signee
Meret Kleine-Beek, Berlin (Germany)
Magdalena Landwehr, Bamberg (Germany)
Jessika Schiffer, Wurzburg (Germany), Buffalo signee

Japan:
Ririka Okuyama, Yakumo Gakuen High School (Japan)
Layla Takehara, Koalas (Japan)
Nanaka Todo, Sunshine Rabbits (Japan)
Aoi Ishimaki, Aichi Gakusen University (Japan)
Yuzuka Ishihara, Aichi Gakusen University (Japan)
Norika Konno, Seiwa Gakuen High School (Japan), Louisville signee
Karin Imori, Tokyo Health Care University (Japan)
Maya McArthur, Dana Hills (California) and Princeton enrollee
Miyabi Sakamoto, Aichi Gakusen University (Japan)
Sakura Noguchi, Magic (Japan)
Saki Ikeda, Tsukuba University (Japan)
Saori Ohhara, Waseda University (Japan)

Spain:
Mamen Blanco, Barcelona (Spain)
Laura Piera, Grand Canyon
Esther Castedo, Robert Morris
Anna Palma, Sedis (Spain)
Alba Sanchez Ramos, Wyoming
Carla Flores, Western Illinois
Aixa Wone, Barcelona (Spain), Ohio State signee
Lola Pendande, Barcelona (Spain), Ribet Academy (California) and Utah signee
Helena Pueyo, Segle XXI (Spain), Arizona signee
Mama Dembele, Segle XXI (Spain)
Carla Balague, Grand Canyon
Nerea Hermosa, Segle XXI (Spain), Georgia Tech signee
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PostPosted: 07/18/19 9:10 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Thailand:
Warangkhana Sirisathaphornsap, Secco (Thailand)
Phanwasa Boonjun, U19 (Thailand)
Yada Sriharaksa, U19 (Thailand)
Notthawan Ploywaenrattana, U19 (Thailand)
Sisiwimon Laosa, U19 (Thailand)
Sroifa Phetnin, Sripatum University (Thailand)
Supatcha Wanman, U19 (Thailand)
Pitchayapa Phuekraksa, U19 (Thailand)
Chonlada Salee, Secco (Thailand)
Taksaporn Charoenpanit, U19 (Thailand)
Mathurot Dangdee, U19 (Thailand)
Pimthicha Jantarwong, Dragon (Thailand)


I do believe I'd find it VERY entertaining to hear this game/these names called by an English speaker. If you can get by the first name, the rest seem....simpler. Shocked



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PostPosted: 07/19/19 9:57 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Thanks so much for this ... great info.



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Close game for a half, but the United States dominated the 3rd quarter to win 79-56:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/USA-Australia#tab=boxscore

They play South Korea next at 1:00am ET and can be seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OST144DoXY

The game should not be close, but WNBA evaluators are going to want to see if Park Ji-Hyun is worth a late pick.

South Korea lost to Hungary 92-68 in the other game in Group C:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Hungary-Korea#tab=boxscore

Mild surprise in Group A with Latvia beating Canada 65-54 and the Mozambique rolled past Thailand 66-39.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Latvia-Canada#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Mozambique-Thailand#tab=boxscore

In Group B, Argentina beat Mali 55-52 and Belgium beat China 64-52.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Mali-Argentina#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Belgium-China#tab=boxscore

Group D had one blowout with Spain beating Colombia 75-38 and Japan beat Germany 74-67 in a rather intriguing matchup.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Colombia-Spain#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2007/Japan-Germany#tab=boxscore
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The United States beats South Korea 89-67.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Korea-USA#tab=boxscore

The last group stage game is against Hungary at 1am ET on Tuesday and can be seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNaXKyEWrDo

Hungary lost to Australia 81-71.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Australia-Hungary#tab=boxscore

In Group A, Latvia had an easy 74-57 win over Thailand, but Canada barely escaped a comeback by Mozambique for a 60-59 win.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Thailand-Latvia#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Canada-Mozambique#tab=boxscore

In Group B, China beat Mali 72-62 and Belgium beat Argentina 69-43.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/China-Mali#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Argentina-Belgium#tab=boxscore

Spain beat Japan 79-65 in Group D while Colombia pulled off a mild upset on Germany 67-60.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Spain-Japan#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2107/Germany-Colombia#tab=boxscore
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Very decisive 95-50 win for the United States over Hungary.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/USA-Hungary#tab=boxscore

Their next game can be seen here live at 3:30am ET on Wednesday or as a replay:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8nKIMY-IuI

Australia beat South Korea 78-59 in the other game in the group.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/Korea-Australia#tab=boxscore

Latvia beat Mozambique 68-54 to win Group A and Canada beat Thailand 75-49.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/Mozambique-Latvia#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/Canada-Thailand#tab=boxscore

In Group B, Belgium beat Mali 69-40 and China beat Argentina 74-49.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/Mali-Belgium#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/China-Argentina#tab=boxscore

In Group D, Japan beat Colombia 69-58 and Spain beat Germany 56-49.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/Colombia-Japan#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2307/Germany-Spain#tab=boxscore

Bracket:
Latvia vs Mali
Australia vs Colombia
Mozambique vs China
South Korea vs Spain
Canada vs Argentina
United States vs Germany
Thailand vs Belgium
Hungary vs Japan
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PostPosted: 07/24/19 8:37 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The United States beat European champions Germany 79-61:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/USA-Germany#tab=boxscore

The Buffalo fans should be happy about their players.

Australia beat Colombia 62-53. Mali started the day in stunning fashion with a 67-34 win over Latvia. Canada is the next US opponent after a 82-50 win over Argentina. Belgium beat Thailand 88-47, Japan beat Hungary 76-68, and China beat Mozambique 71-28. The day ended with Spain beating South Korea 60-51.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Australia-Colombia#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Latvia-Mali#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Canada-Argentina#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Thailand-Belgium#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Hungary-Japan#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Mozambique-China#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2407/Korea-Spain#tab=boxscore
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PostPosted: 07/25/19 12:42 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

awhom111 wrote:
Mali started the day in stunning fashion with a 67-34 win over Latvia.


Magnificent Mali make #FIBAU19 history and secure a first for Africa

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Mali are celebrating a momentous and historic landmark after they lit it up against Latvia to become the first ever African nation to make the Quarter-Finals of the FIBA U19 Women's Basketball World Cup.


http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/news/magnificent-mali-make-fibau19-history-and-secure-a-first-for-africa


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PostPosted: 07/25/19 10:06 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

thanks again awhom for all the updates.



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The United States jumped on Canada early and rolled to an 81-46 win:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Canada-USA#tab=boxscore

The semifinals and medal games are supposed to be on ESPN+ barring further technical issues. The United States plays at 6am ET on Saturday.

Australia won the first quarterfinal 63-51 over Mali. Spain edged China 55-52 and Belgium ended the day with a 63-43 win over Japan.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Mali-Australia#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/China-Spain#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Belgium-Japan#tab=boxscore

In the consolation bracket, Latvia lost again, this time to Colombia 49-46, South Korea beat Mozambique, Hungary used a strong second half to beat Thailand 85-58 and Argentina was the latest team to beat Germany 64-61.
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Latvia-Colombia#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Mozambique-Korea#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Thailand-Hungary#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2607/Argentina-Germany#tab=boxscore
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USA v Belgium Sat 7/26 8:30a E

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The United States gets all that it handle, but wins 67-59:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/USA-Belgium#tab=boxscore

Australia beats Spain 64-55 to set up a rematch at 8:30am ET on Sunday on ESPN+ (or YouTube for those outside of the country or able to make their internet appear to be out of the country):
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Australia-Spain#tab=boxscore

In the 5th place playoffs, China beat Mali 67-54 and Canada beat Japan 62-59:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Mali-China#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Canada-Japan#tab=boxscore

In the 9th place playoffs, South Korea beat Colombia 51-49 and Hungary beat Argentina 66-61:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Colombia-Korea#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Argentina-Hungary#tab=boxscore

Fighting to avoid last place, Latvia beat Mozambique 63-49 and Germany beat Thailand 86-49:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Latvia-Mozambique#tab=boxscore
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019/game/2707/Germany-Thailand#tab=boxscore
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