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Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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The USA Basketball Women's World University Games Team visited and trained at U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan in South Korea.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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The team was visited by Gen. Curtis M."Michael" Scaparrotti, who is is the Commander, United Nations Command / Combined Forces Command / United States Forces Korea.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Also on hand to meet with the team was Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti, who is Commander of both U.S. Naval Forces Korea and U.S. Navy Region Korea.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Practice at U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan featured a scrimmage with U.S. personnel stationed in South Korea.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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USA head coach Joe McKeown discussed the practice plan with the team.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Gen. Scaparrotti conversed with Aerial Powers (Michigan State University/Detriot, Mich.), whose father served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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The team was all smiles while listening to Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Chanise Jenkins (DePaul/Chicago, Ill.) posed with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Katie Hempen, whose brother serves in the U.S. Air Force, posed with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Aerial Powers (Michigan State University/Detriot, Mich.) also talked to Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti during her first visit to South Korea.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Brionna Jones (Maryland/Havre de Grace, Md.) took a photo with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti during her first visit to a military base overseas.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Four-time USA Basketball team member, Erica McCall (Stanford/Bakersfield, Calif.) smiled for the camera with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti.

Women's World University Games Team In South Korea

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Four-time gold medalist, Diamond DeShields (Tennessee/Norcross,Ga.) with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti.

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Six-foot-6 center Mercedes Russell (Tennessee/Springfield, Ore.) captured the moment with a photo with Rear Admiral Lisa Franchetti.

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Gwangju, South Korea • July 5-13, 2015 With Northwestern University’s Joe McKeown at the helm, the 2015 USA Women's World University Games Team traveled to South Korea and brought home a sixth-straight gold medal for the USA. The Americans opened with an 80-68 win over Italy on July 5....

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