Viewing: FIBA U17 World Championship
  • Date:
    Apr 9, 2015

Already a two-time gold medalist playing for USA Basketball,  Ivan Rabb  (Bishop O’Dowd H.S./Oakland, Calif.) has traveled to faraway places such as Maldonado, Uruguay, where he helped the USA capture the 2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championship gold; and in 2014 he and his USA teammates...

Katie Lou Samuelson has enjoyed quite an illustrious basketball career, and the Huntington Beach, California, native hasn't even graduated high school yet. Samuelson, a senior at Mater Dei High School, has already won four gold medals with USA Basketball, including two in 2014 -- first as a member of the 2014 U17 World Championship Team and then with the 3x3 team that took gold at the Youth Olympic Games. Samuelson, who is committed to play for the University of Connecticut next fall, talks about her USA Basketball experience and what drives her to succeed.

  • Date:
    Jan 30, 2015

Every week, USAB.com will join in the popular “Follow Friday” tradition and highlight one of the Twitter accounts we’re following. This week’s pick is @CoachSPhillips – Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.) High School head coach Sue Phillips. Phillips, who led the 2014...

Anna Wilson is more than just the younger sister of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. She's making a name for herself in the basketball world. Last summer, Wilson won a gold medal as part of the 2014 USA Women's U17 World Championship Team. Currently a standout junior point guard at Collegiate High School in Richmond, Virginia, Wilson has a verbal commitment to play for Stanford University in 2016. Here, Wilson talks about how she's improved her game after not making the U16 national team in 2013.

In the wake of leading USA Basketball to perfect 7-0 records and gold medals at the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championships, USA head coaches Sue Phillips (Archbishop Mitty H.S./San Jose Cagers AAU, Calif.) and Don Showalter (Iowa City H.S., Iowa) today were named as the 2014 USA Basketball Co-Developmental Coaches of the Year.

In the wake of leading USA Basketball to perfect records and gold medals at the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championships, USA head coaches Sue Phillips and Don Showalter were named as the 2014 USA Basketball Co-Developmental Coaches of the Year.

In the wake of leading USA Basketball to perfect 7-0 records and gold medals at the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championships, USA head coaches Sue Phillips (Archbishop Mitty H.S./San Jose Cagers AAU, Calif.) and Don Showalter (Iowa City H.S., Iowa) were named as the 2014 USA Basketball Co-Developmental Coaches of the Year.

Not every practice can be perfect. Even the best basketball programs suffer an off day every once in a while. That was the case when Mary Coyle Klinger ’s team at Rutgers Preparatory School in New Jersey returned to the court after a couple of days off. Practice was scheduled to end at 11...

• Coach Phillips: Making Positive Impact • VIDEO: Rewarding Hustle Sue Phillips, who led the USA Basketball Women’s U17 National Team to gold at the 2014 FIBA World Championship in the Czech Republic in July, is entering her 22nd season as head coach of the girls basketball team at...

For someone who is so dedicated to teaching, Sue Phillips still puts a high regard on learning. Why else would she have spent what little free time she had this summer writing school papers? Phillips, who is entering her 22 nd season as head basketball coach at Archbishop Mitty High School in San...