Several players who have helped USA Basketball women's teams win championships in recent years are just now beginning their college careers. Here are some of those players who will be contributing at major Division I programs this season.
Destinee Walker led all scorers with 18 points, including going a perfect 4-for-4 from the 3-point line.
The USA dished out 30 assists on 52 made buckets in the game.
Mariya Moore dished a game-high six assists.
Jessica Shepard had another big scoring night recording 17 points.
Beatrice Mompremier had 10 points to go along her two assists and five rebounds.
Brianna Turner went 5-for-6 from the field for 10 points against El Salvador.
The USA finished with a rebounding advantage of 42 to 16.
A’ja Wilson and Teaira McCowan stand proudly while the USA national anthem plays.
Ariel Atkins was one of eight USA players finishing with double-digit scoring, racking up 11 points and two assists.
Eleven U.S. players put at least one point on the board.
The USA shot 68.4 percent from the field, while holding El Salvador to just 32.1 percent.
A’ja Wilson followed her double-double performance against Mexico by scoring 16 points and grabbing 8 rebounds.
Paris Kea had five boards and three assists.
Fifty-seven of the nation’s top high school-aged basketball players have been named to the 2015-16 USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Team roster and 55 are confirmed to participate in the 7th annual USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Team minicamp.
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico • August 4-8, 2004 A star-studded roster of top 18-and-under players made up the USA Women's Junior World Championship Qualifying Team, and after becoming a true team, the American squad rolled over its opposition and to gold. The American juniors finished a sparkling 5-0...
A'ja Wilson, a two-time gold medalist with USA Basketball and MVP of the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, is ready to lead the University of South Carolina into the NCAA Tournament this week. Things weren't always easy for Wilson, but she has worked hard to succeed both on and off the court. Hear what she has to say about the advice her grandmother gave her, and what she loves most about playing basketball.