The USA has now surpassed the 100-point mark in all three of their contests at the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
Brianna Turner scored 21 points and added eight rebounds, two blocks and two steals.
Head Coach Dawn Staley focused on the USA’s defense in order to overcome Canada’s hot start
USA-Canada featured six lead changes and five ties.
Napheesa Collier finished with a double-double (22 points, 10 rebounds) for the second consecutive night. Her 22 points were also a game-high.
After tying the game at 35 with about seven minutes to play in the first half, the USA closed out the period on a 19-4 run to open up a lead they would not relinquish again.
Beatrice Mompremier came off the bench to contribute on the defensive end while also celebrating her birthday.
A’ja Wilson had another double-digit scoring night, shooting 70 percent from the field and ending with 16 points, while also celebrating her birthday.
The USA bench outscored Canada’s 42-25.
Jessica Shepard notched three offensive boards.
Napheesa Collier went 10-of-13 from the field for a 77 shooting percentage, including 1-for-1 from the 3-point line.
Marina Mabrey tallied 11 points and three assists against Canada.
Brianna Turner broke records against Canada for most free throws attempted (11) and made (9)
Destinee Walker hit a huge buzzer beater 3-pointer to close out the third quarter and give the USA a 24-point lead.
Ariel Atkins was perfect from the free throw line (4-for-4) and also notched four rebounds and two steals.
2014 FIBA Americas U18 Women: USA 107, Canada 76
2016 USA Women's U18 National Team Trials (5/28/16)