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PostPosted: 05/06/21 11:49 pm    ::: 2021 USA U19 Team Reply Reply with quote

Players expected for tryouts have been named:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/05/2021-wu19-invitees.aspx

The coaching staff had been names earlier:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/05/2021-wu19-coaches.aspx

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PostPosted: 05/07/21 11:28 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

First time I've seen something like this with no Paige Bueckers. Is she too old or did she reject it out of hand?



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PostPosted: 05/07/21 11:49 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

summertime blues wrote:
First time I've seen something like this with no Paige Bueckers. Is she too old or did she reject it out of hand?


Just had surgery, would have probably been on AmeriCup roster.


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PostPosted: 05/07/21 6:52 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

thefutureisbright wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
First time I've seen something like this with no Paige Bueckers. Is she too old or did she reject it out of hand?


Just had surgery, would have probably been on AmeriCup roster.


She's also too old for U19. Born October 20, 2001, she's 19 and will be available to jump to the WNBA at the end of her junior year at UConn.
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PostPosted: 05/16/21 10:14 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Some nice write-ups on Azzi Fudd, Talia van Oelhoffen, and C2.

https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/05/wu19-fudd-and-von-oelhoffen-feature.aspx

https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/05/caitlin-clark-eyeing-leadership-role-with-u19s.aspx


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PostPosted: 05/17/21 12:10 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Down to 14 after these trryouts:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/05/2021-wu19-finalists.aspx
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PostPosted: 07/19/21 11:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Final Roster:
https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/07/wu19-team-announcement.aspx
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PostPosted: 07/26/21 11:34 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote



https://twitter.com/usabjnt/status/1419673911554412546


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PostPosted: 07/30/21 10:52 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

A scrimage with Spain is in the books. USA won 74-53.

https://www.usab.com/news-events/news/2021/07/wu19-exhibition-1.aspx


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PostPosted: 08/06/21 11:29 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

No official word from FIBA, but here is what they have listed on their website for the non-USA rosters:

Australia:
Kate Deeble, Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Isabelle Morgan, Norths Bears (Australia), Davidson signee
Jade Melbourne, Canberra Capitals (Australia)/Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Dallas Loughridge, Dandenong Rangers (Australia)
Shaneice Swain, Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Charlise Dunn, Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Millie Prior, Centre of Excellence (Australia), Fordham signee
Olivia Pollerd, Centre of Excellence (Australia), Washington signee
Chyra Evans, Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Nyadiew Puoch, Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Isobel Borlase, Centre of Excellence (Australia)
Kelsey Rees, Utah

Egypt:
Hala Yassine, Al Ahly (Egypt)
Habiba Abdelhamid, El Shams (Egypt)
Salma Ismail, Gezira (Egypt)
Farida Mossad, Egyptian Shooting Club Dokki (Egypt)
Fatma Kabil, Zamalek (Egypt)
Sandy Abdellatif, Heliopolis (Egypt)
Aya Elfiky, Al Ahly (Egypt), Hersey (Illinois)
Malak Sadek, Smouha (Egypt)
Salma Bahgat, Egyptian Shooting Club Dokki (Egypt)
Yara Hussein, Zamalek (Egypt)
Mennatullah Elgharini, Egyptian Shooting Club Dokki (Egypt)
Hager Yassine, Al Ahly (Egypt)

Italy:
Giorgia Bovenzi, Virtus Aprilia (Italy)
Francesca Leonardi, Ponzano (Italy)
Vittoria Allievi, Costa Masnaga (Italy)
Giulia Natali, Reyer Venezia (Italy)
Anna Turel, Libertas Udine (Italy)
Martina Spinelli, Costa Masnaga (Italy)
Silvia Nativi, A. Galli San Giovanni Valdarno (Italy), Louisiana Tech signee
Ilaria Panzera, Sesto San Giovanni (Italy)
Ndack Mbengue, James Watt College-Birmingham Metropolitan College (Great Britain)
Meriem Nasraoui, Bolzano (Italy)
Silvia Colognesi, Costa Masnaga (Italy)
Ashley Egwoh, Magnolia Campobasso (Italy)

Argentina:
Milagros Maza, Tomas de Rocamora (Argentina)
Magali Vilches, Velez Sarsfield (Argentina)
Lucila Sampietro, Velez Sarsfield (Argentina)
Georgina Buzzetti, Ferrocarril Sud de Olavarria (Argentina)
Agustina Bazan, Ferrocarril Sud de Olavarria (Argentina)
Agustina Marin, Obras (Argentina)
Genesis Toledano, Schoolhouse Preparatory (Florida)
Natalia Tondi, Velez Sarsfield (Argentina)
Julia Fernandez, Espanola San Vicente (Argentina)
Delfina Saravia, Union Florida (Argentina), Odessa (JC) signee
Giulia Baccarelli, Obras (Argentina)
Victoria Michel, Union Florida (Argentina)

Hungary:
Zsuzsanna Sitku, Sopron Darazsak Academy (Hungary)
Aya Keita, Gyor (Hungary), USF signee
Lilla Rozman, Gyor (Hungary)
Melinda Miklos, Szekszard (Hungary)
Reka Dombai, Gyor (Hungary)
Lili Krasovec, Stella Azzurra (Italy)
Lili Rakita, Csata (Hungary)
Janka Gyongyosi, Csata (Hungary)
Zsofia Telegdy, Trinity Christian (Georgia), Kansas commit
Julia Boros, BEAC (Hungary)
Eszter Madar, Vasas (Hungary)
Rebeka Holcz, Szekszard (Hungary)

Russia:
Iana Elberg, Dynamo Kursk (Russia)
Anastasia Bochvarova, MBA (Russia)
Valeria Iakovleva, Timiryazevskaya (Russia)
Anastasia Kosu, Dynamo Kursk (Russia)
Ekaterina Koshechkina, MBA (Russia)
Iana Pashkovskaya, Enisey Krasnoyarsk (Russia)
Maria Rodionova, Dynamo Kursk (Russia)
Veronika Loginova, MBA (Russia)
Anastasia Odintcova, Spartak Moscow (Russia)
Kristina Savkovich, MBA (Russia)
Elza Sirazutdinova, Spartak Moscow (Russia)
Olesya Tumanova, MBA (Russia)

Taiwan (family names first):
Chen Yu-Chieh
Chiang Han-Chun
Chiang Ze-Sin
Tang Shu-Chun
Li Yi-Hua
Lien Wen-Ling
Chao Yun-Feng
Chen Chih-Ying
Kuo Hung-Ting
Yeh Jhih-Tong
Li Chen-I
Wang Yu-Wen

Brazil:
Maria Eduarda Autran, Blumenau (Brazil)
Raiane Dias, Bradesco (Brazil)
Beatriz Aneas, Araraquara (Brazil)
Geovana Thaina de Oliveira, Sao Jose (Brazil)
Allanis Delboni, Foz do Iguacu (Brazil)
Ana Paula Dias, Santo Andre (Brazil)
Stephany Goncalves, Santo Andre (Brazil)
Leticia Rechemback, Blumenau (Brazil)
Adrielly Oliveira, Mesquita (Brazil)
Maisa Dias, Guarulhos (Brazil)
Bianca Soares, Araraquara (Brazil)
Maiara Dias, Guarulhos (Brazil)

France:
Jade Gaillard, Angers (France)
Serena Kessler, Tarbes (France)
Leila Lacan, INSEP (France)
Aminata Gueye, Mondeville (France)
Emilie Raynaud, Feytiat (France)
Seehia Sida Abega, Nantes (France)
Clara Djoko, INSEP (France)
Oumou Diarisso, INSEP (France)
Nahan Niare, Mondeville (France)
Louise Bussiere, Mondeville (France)
Sara Roumy, INSEP (France)
Pauline Astier, Bourges (France)

South Korea (family names first):
Jung Min-Ji, Dongju High School (South Korea)
Sim Su-Hyeon, Seoongeul High School (South Korea)
Ko Eun-Chae, Chuncheon High School (South Korea)
Cho Soo-Ah, Yongin (South Korea)
Park Jin-Young, Samcheonpo High School (South Korea)
Park So-Hee, Bundang Management High School (South Korea)
Moon Ji-Yeong, Busan (South Korea)
Shin Ye-Yeong, Sunil High School (South Korea)
Lee Hae-Ran, Speer High School (South Korea)
Park Seong-Jin, Chuncheon High School (South Korea)
Lee Yu-Jin, Sookmyung High School (South Korea)
Byun So-Jung, Bundang Management High School (South Korea)

Spain:
Mama Dembele, Missouri
Laia Lamana, Sant Adria (Spain)
Claudia Contell, Paterna (Spain)
Begona De Santiago, Estudiantes (Spain)
Elena Buenavida, Segle XXI (Spain), UCLA commit
Gisela Sanchez, Segle XXI (Spain), Arizona signee
Txell Alarcon, Promete (Spain)
Marta Morales, Segle XXI (Spain), UCLA commit
Elba Garfella, Paterna (Spain)
Gedna Capel, Sant Adria (Spain)
Marta Garcia, Arizona and transferring to FAU
Marta Suarez, Tennessee

Canada:
Shayeann Day-Wilson, Crestwood Prep (Canada), Syracuse signee
Deja Lee, Semiahmoo Secondary (Canada), UC Irvine signee
Rosalie Mercille, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Canada)
Rebecca Demeke, North Carolina State and transferring to Rhode Island
Tara Wallack, Semiahmoo Secondary (Canada), Washington State signee
Yvonne Ejim, Gonzaga
Lemyah Hylton, Southwest Academy (Canada)
Isaline Alexander, Bill Crothers Secondary (Canada), Michigan State signee
Izabella Zingaro, Iowa State
Jessica Clarke, Washington State
Emma Koabel, Niagara Prep (Canada), Duke commit
Aicha Dia, Dawson College (Canada)

Czech Republic:
Katerina Zeithammerova, USK Prague (Czech Republic)
Aneta Finkova, Lokomotiva Trutnov (Czech Republic)
Dominika Paurova, Hradec Kralove (Czech Republic)
Dominica Hynkova, KP Brno (Czech Republic)
Petra Malikova, Slovanka (Czech Republic)
Eliska Kubickova, Ostrava (Czech Republic)
Simona Fiserova, Hradec Kralove (Czech Republic)
Klara Stloukalova, Brno (Czech Republic)
Martina Pokorna, Brno (Czech Republic)
Julia Vydrova, Strakonice (Czech Republic)
Eliska Brejchova, Slovanka (Czech Republic)
Valentyna Kadlecova, Levhartice Chomutov (Czech Republic)

Japan:
Aoi Yamada, Tsukuba University (Japan)
Yua Emura, Waseda University (Japan)
Maho Hayashi, Tokyo Healthcare University (Japan)
Kokomi Shiotani, Osaka University of Health and Sports Science (Japan)
Miyu Ogita, Tsukuba University (Japan)
Mona Tateyama, Hakuo University (Japan)
Aika Hirashita, Antelopes (Japan)
Nana Santa, Sunflowers (Japan)
Maho Awatani, Tsukuba University (Japan)
Ufuoma Tanaka, Hakuo University (Japan)
Niko Matsumoto, Tokyo Healthcare University (Japan)
Takoko Sato, Hakuo University (Japan)

Mali:
Saran Berthe, Stade Malien (Mali)
Diouma Berthe, Stade Malien (Mali)
Fanta Kone, Cushing Academy (Massachusetts)
Fatouma Sanou, Djoliba (Mali)
Alima Kouyate, Police (Mali)
Sika Kone, Gran Canaria (Spain)
Aminata Sangare, Zaragoza (Spain)
Diarrah Issa Sissoko, Salt Lake (JC)
Mama Cisse, Centre Hirondelle (Mali)
Elisabeth Kamite Dabou, Djoliba (Mali)
Mariam Coulibaly, Clarinos (Spain)
Maimouna Haidara, Magec Tias (Spain)

Early games on YouTube with the first USA one here at 2:30pm ET on Saturday:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnjIXccQvvs
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PostPosted: 08/07/21 1:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

USA starters:

Clark
Paopao
Spear
Verhulst
Ware


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PostPosted: 08/07/21 1:52 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Boxscore: http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2021/game/0708/Italy-USA#tab=boxscore

USA up 27-11 after Q1.

Close is using virtually the entire bench and spreading minutes pretty evenly so far.


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PostPosted: 08/07/21 2:12 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

USA leads 48-14 at the half. It took Italy 8+ minutes to score their first field goal of Q2. Shocked

The only player who hasn't played yet for USA is Amari DeBerry.


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PostPosted: 08/08/21 11:05 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I watched the game, surprised that Azzi didn’t make more of an impact, I understand they probably wouldn’t looking to set her up more, although I know Geno won’t make that mistake.

Very impressed by Diamond Johnson and Sonia Citron. They should have some great battles in the ACC. Betts was as good as I expected.

Clark was not too impressive. As the tournament goes along I’m sure she’ll get more comfortable though, just interesting that lots of folks are clamoring for her (along with Beuckers) to come in and save Team USA senior team with their pass first, unselfish mentality. She seems to be as much of a chucker as Arike, etc yet she doesn’t get that label as much Rolling Eyes


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PostPosted: 08/08/21 11:13 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Who are the foreigners that are draft eligible? Anyone we should pay attention to?



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PostPosted: 08/08/21 11:15 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Iluvacc wrote:
I watched the game, surprised that Azzi didn’t make more of an impact, I understand they probably wouldn’t looking to set her up more, although I know Geno won’t make that mistake.

Very impressed by Diamond Johnson and Sonia Citron. They should have some great battles in the ACC. Betts was as good as I expected.

Clark was not too impressive. As the tournament goes along I’m sure she’ll get more comfortable though, just interesting that lots of folks are clamoring for her (along with Beuckers) to come in and save Team USA senior team with their pass first, unselfish mentality. She seems to be as much of a chucker as Arike, etc yet she doesn’t get that label as much Rolling Eyes


Probably isn’t labeled a chucker because she’s not a chucker.



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PostPosted: 08/08/21 11:21 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
Iluvacc wrote:
I watched the game, surprised that Azzi didn’t make more of an impact, I understand they probably wouldn’t looking to set her up more, although I know Geno won’t make that mistake.

Very impressed by Diamond Johnson and Sonia Citron. They should have some great battles in the ACC. Betts was as good as I expected.

Clark was not too impressive. As the tournament goes along I’m sure she’ll get more comfortable though, just interesting that lots of folks are clamoring for her (along with Beuckers) to come in and save Team USA senior team with their pass first, unselfish mentality. She seems to be as much of a chucker as Arike, etc yet she doesn’t get that label as much Rolling Eyes


Probably isn’t labeled a chucker because she’s not a chucker.


Ok, shoot first guard then

Laughing


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Iluvacc wrote:
I watched the game, surprised that Azzi didn’t make more of an impact, I understand they probably wouldn’t looking to set her up more, although I know Geno won’t make that mistake.

Very impressed by Diamond Johnson and Sonia Citron. They should have some great battles in the ACC. Betts was as good as I expected.

Clark was not too impressive. As the tournament goes along I’m sure she’ll get more comfortable though, just interesting that lots of folks are clamoring for her (along with Beuckers) to come in and save Team USA senior team with their pass first, unselfish mentality. She seems to be as much of a chucker as Arike, etc yet she doesn’t get that label as much Rolling Eyes


I agree with you that Johnson and Citron were amazing yesterday.

Clark had a terrible first half but played well in the second half. But who exactly ever claimed that Clark would bring a pass first mentality to the senior team? As for her not being labeled a chucker -- I've definitely seen/heard/read a gamut of insults directed her way. From the euphemistic "ball dominant player," "volume shooter," or "scoring" PG to the less kind "ball hog," "chucker," and "turnover machine." (edit: and this doesn't even begin to address the comments made about her defense. Laughing) She's a highly skilled, high risk / high reward player who's exciting to watch and at her best with the ball in her hands. These types of players especially will have their ups and downs.




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PostPosted: 08/08/21 1:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Link to today's USA vs. Australia game. (happening now)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eklZDZm8JD0

Boxscore:
http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2021/game/0808/USA-Australia


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PostPosted: 08/08/21 1:36 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Triple double watch for Clark... 18 pts (5 for 8 from three!!), 5 rebounds, 4 assists. More importantly only 1 turnover. She's getting burned on defense tho.

USA leads 48-32 midway through Q2.


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It was a good game until Clark started hitting threes. Man, when she is on, she is on!

I'm watching with captions on and laughing hilariously at some of the translations. The most recent was "luggage on the lam" when an Aussie made a layup. Layup seems to often be 'lamp'.


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all these girls have a few things to learn about defense. But it's really entertaining. And I would love to have a transcript of the closed caption stuff...just rofl.

Happy to have Betts coming to Stanford. Wish it were this year rather than next though. Is she the youngest kid on the squad?


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PostPosted: 08/08/21 1:49 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I think ASU has a good one coming in with Aussie Jade Melbourne.


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Both teams shot 0-8 from three in the 3Q. Shocked


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I'm in love with the PA announcer you can hear in the background. His accent is awesome!


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