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Women's World University Games All-Time Results & Standings

Women's World University Games All-Time Results & Standings

Women's World University Games Summary of Finishes
(Since the U.S. began participating in 1973)


Gold Silver Bronze
United States 9 6 1
Soviet Union 4 1 0
China 2 1 1
Australia 1 0 4
Italy 1 1 0
Spain 1 1 0
Yugoslavia 1 0 2
Cuba 0 3 0
Romania 0 1 1
Russia 0 3 2
Serbia & Montenegro 0 1 0
Taiwan 0 1 0
Canada 0 0 2
Czech Republic 0 0 2
Bulgaria 0 0 1
Japan 0 0 1
South Korea 0 0 1

Women's World University Games Year-by-Year Final Standings


1973 1977 1979 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995
1. URS URS USA URS USA URS YUG Not USA CHN ITA
2. USA USA CUB USA ROM USA URS Held ESP CUB USA
3. KOR BUL CAN ROM YUG YUG CHN CAN USA JPN
4. CUB CUB BUL CHN CHN CAN BUL CHN LTU RUS
5. BUL CHN URS HUN FRG CHN USA URS GER YUG
6. ROM CAN POL CAN CAN JPN CAN CZK RUS CZK
7. HUN ROM YUG CZK ESP PRK CZK HUN UKR CAN
8. POL YUG MEX YUG FRA AUS PRK ROM JPN KOR
9. CZK POL JPN GBR ESP SWE KAZ CHN
10 CAN ITA GBR HKG SWE GER SWE POR
11. YUG CZK HKG FIN TPE ROM UKR
12. FRA HUN AUS JPN ISR BRA
13. MEX FRG CUB GBR TPE MEX
14. DEN JPN HUN MEX CAN PER
15. LIB FRA JPN IRL HKG RSA
16. IRI DEN POL GUM HKG
17. KOR
18. GBR

  1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011
2013
1. USA ESP USA CHN USA AUS USA USA
USA
2. CUB USA CHN ITA SCG RUS RUS TPE
RUS
3. CZE RUS CZE RUS AUS POL AUS AUS
AUS
4. ITA UKR LTU TPE RUS CZE CZE SWE
TPE
5. RUS LTU RUS SCG TPE TPE POL RUS
SWE
6. LAT TPE CAN +B12 GER +CHA GBR CAN
CZE
7. POR CAN BRA CZE POL CAN TPE BRA
HUN
8. SWE POR NED IRL TUR TUR SVK FIN
CAN
9. CAN CHN *SWE SLO CZE SRB JAP CZE
UKR
10 BRA SWE *YUG KOR SLO JPN CHN CHN
CHN
11. CHN CZE TPE FIN CAN CHN SRB LTU
POL
12. KOR JPN MEX JPN JPN MOZ HUN JPN
BRA
13. JPN BRA JPN CAN CHN LAT TUR SVK
JPN
14. TUR MEX POR THA SWE THA FRA GBR
FIN
15. BUL KOR RSA HUN LTU BRA CAN POL
MLI
16. RSA RSA PER MEX GBR KOR MOZ  
 MGL
17. NGR RSA IRL
18. LIB
19. THA
20. RSA

LEGEND: AUS-Australia; BUL-Bulgaria; CAN-Canada; B12- Big 12 Conference All-Star Team; BRA-Brazil; CAN-Canada; CHA-UNC Charlotte; CHN-China; CUB-Cuba; CZE-Czech Republic; CZK-Czechoslovakia; DEN-Denmark; ESP-Spain; FIN-Finland; FRA-France; FRG-Federal Republic of Germany/West Germany; GER-Germany; GBR-Great Britain; GUM-Guam; HKG-Hong Kong; HUN-Hungary; IRL-Ireland; IRI-Iran; ISR-Israel; ITA-Italy; JPN-Japan; KAZ-Kazakhstan; KOR-South Korea; LAT-Latvia; LIB-Lebanon; LTU-Lithuania; MEX-Mexico; MGL-Mongolia; MLI-Mali; MOZ-Mozambique; NED-Netherlands; NGR-Nigeria; Peru-PER; POL-Poland; POR-Portugal; PRK-People Republic of Korea; ROM-Romania; RSA-Republic of South Africa; RUS-Russia; SCG-Serbia & Montenegro; SVK-Slovakia; SLO-Slovenia; SRB-Serbia; SWE-Sweden; THA-Thailand; TPE-Taiwan (Chinese Taipei); TUR-Turkey; UKR-Ukraine; URS-Soviet Union; USA-United States of America; YUG-Yugoslavia.

* Sweden and Turkey did not play the 9th/10th place game in 2001.

+USA Basketball did not field a women's team for the 2003 and 2007 World University Games. Instead the Big 12 Conference sent a women's team in 2003 and in 2007 the women's team from UNC Charlotte participated.

USA Women's All-time World University Games Results
(Won 101, Lost 15)

Australia (3-0)
  79- 78 2013
    79- 67 2011
  81- 66 2009
Brazil (3-0)
  105- 75 2013
  112- 53 2011
  82- 62 2001
Bulgaria (2-0)
  87- 84 1977
  57- 50 1973
Canada (6-1)
  67- 68 2001
  87- 69 1991
  67- 59 1987
  85- 61 1985
  79- 76 1981
  68- 60 1979
  92- 78 1979
China (9-1)
  107- 54 2005
  87- 69 2001
  89- 78 2001
  107- 89 1999
  73- 75 1993
  79- 76 1991
  84- 83 1987
  83- 78 1985
  76- 74 1983
  89- 55 1977
Costa Rica (1-0)
  132- 34 1979
Cuba (4-1)
  100- 82 1997
  80- 88 1993
  73- 60 1979
  105- 74 1979
  59- 55 1973
Czechoslovakia (1-0)
  86- 67 1981
Czech Republic (4-0)
  101- 61 2013
  115- 78

2009
  88- 64 2005
  84- 56 1997
Finland (3-0)
  96- 30 2011
  97- 56 1987
  68- 49 1981
France (3-0)
  115- 30 2009
  74- 58 1983
  54- 43 1973
F. R. of Germany (2-0)
    86- 71 1983
  96- 60 1977
Great Britain (3-0)
  85- 33 2011
  93- 59

2009
  77- 36 1985
Hong Kong (1-0)
  134- 23 1983
Hungary (2-0)
  104- 89 1991
  76- 66 1977
Ireland (1-0)
  116- 38 1991
Israel (1-0)
  98- 67 1993
Italy (0-1)
  65- 73 1995
Japan (4-0)
  106-66 2001
  108- 64 1995
  88- 67 1993
  125- 38 1991
Latvia (1-0)
  103- 30 1997
Lithuania (3-0)
  70- 49 2001
  82- 67 1999
  83- 73 1993
Mali (1-0)
  120- 32 2013
Mexico (4-0)
  100- 78 1995
  78- 52 1979
  103- 51 1977
  52- 47 1973
People's Rep. of Korea (1-0)
  108- 81 1985
Poland (4-0)
  75- 67

2009
  89- 63 2005
  95- 60 1987
  75- 63 1981
Romania (5-1)
  135- 53 1991
  83- 61 1983
  71- 85 1983
  75- 64 1981
  76- 73 1977
  54- 47 1973
Russia (8-0)
  90- 71 2013
   83- 64 2009
  118- 67 2005
  79- 68 2001
  87- 79 1999
  78- 70 1997
  101- 74 1995
  72- 55 1993
Serbia (1-0)
  84- 50 2009
Serbia & Montenegro (1-0)
  79- 53 2005
Slovakia (1-0)
  114-68 2011
South Africa (3-0)
  92- 22 2005
  134- 37 2001
  140- 32 1999
South Korea (2-0)
  88- 50 1997
  108- 58 1995
Soviet Union (2-7)
  106- 80 1991
  81- 87 1985
  79- 98 1981
  83- 81 1979
  90-107 1977
  78-104 1977
  44- 82 1973
  43- 92# 1973
  43- 92# 1973
Spain (1-1)
  48- 57 1999
  88- 62 1991
Sweden (1-0)
  103- 72 2013
Taiwan (3-0)
  101- 66 2011
  109-57 2005
  84- 73 1993
Turkey (1-0)
  110- 32 1997
Ukraine (2-1)
  70- 81 1999
  93- 54 1995
  77- 44 1993
Yugoslavia (3-1)
  76- 58 1995
  89- 93* 1987
  77- 51 1985
  86- 85 1983

*Overtime

# The USA's 1973 preliminary round 92-43 loss to the Soviet Union was also counted in the finals qualification round standings.