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USA Defeats China at World University Games

Courtney Williams
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Courtney Williams was one of five players to score in double figures for the USA as they defeated China 90-75 on July 5 to improve to 2-0 at the World University Games in South Korea.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Courtney Williams
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Courtney Williams scored a tyeam-high 18 points.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Mercedes Russell
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Mercedes Russell had a double-double, with 14 points and 15 rebounds.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Brionna Jones
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Brionna Jones had 5 points and 3 rebounds.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Courtney Range
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Courtney Range had 2 rebounds and 1 blocked shot.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Aerial Powers
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Aerial Powers had 10 points, 4 rebounds and 2 blocked shots.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Katie Hempen
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USA Defeats China at World University Games

Erica McCall
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Erica McCall had 12 points and 3 rebounds.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Nina Davis
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Nina Davis scored 8 points.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

Sydney Wiese
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Sydney Wiese had 6 points and 2 rebounds.

USA Defeats China at World University Games

WWUG coaches
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Assistant coaches Tanya Warren and Holly Warlick cheer on the USA women.

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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....

With a gold medal on the line, the USA Basketball Women’s World University Games Team took a three-point lead into the fourth quarter and then nearly doubled up Canada in the final 10 minutes, scoring 34 points in the period, to secure an 82-63 triumph in the 2015 World University Games championship game.

USA head coach Joe McKeown (Northwestern) Thoughts on winning the gold medal: It’s a great honor. It’s a great honor to represent the USA and to be able to coach this group. To see them gel together in a short period of time and play as well as they did together over here was really...

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