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Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Megan Walker
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Megan Walker made 5-10 FGs to finish with 11 points in the win over Japan.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Chennedy Carter
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Chennedy Carter recorded 19 points and seven rebounds to help propell the USA to a 73-66 victory.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Ruthy Hebard
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Ruthy Hebard's monster double-double of 24 points and 14 rebounds helped push the USA to its 73-66 semifinals victory over Japan.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Suzie McConnell-Serio
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With the 73-68 win over Japan, USA head coach Suzie McConnell-Serio saw her U19 World Cup squad advance to the gold medal game versus Russia.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Crystal Dangerfield
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Crystal Dangerfield was credited with three points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Kamie Ethridge
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USA assistant coach Kamie Ethridge discusses strategy with USA head coach Suzie McConnell-Serio.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Tyasha Harris
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Tyasha Harris helped the U.S. to its win over Japan with 10 points and a game-high six assists.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

USA Women's U19 Team
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The USA and Japan Women's U19 World Cup Teams exchange gifts just prior to tipoff.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Bella Alarie
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Bella Alarie contributed two points, four rebounds and two blocked shots in the semifinal victory.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Joynder Holmes
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Joyner Holmes helpled the red, white and blue control the glass versus Japan with four boards, while also handing out three assists.

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Jeannie Boehm
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Jeannie Boehm and her USA teammates knocked off Japan 73-66 in the semis to keep their gold medal dreams alive.

Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team 73, Japan 66

Kayla Overbeck
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Kayla Overbeck and the USA U19 team advanced to the 2017 FIBA Women's U19 World Cup championship game with a 73-66 win versus Japan.

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Reili Richardson
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With its 73-66 semifinal victory versus Japan, Reili Richardson and the USA Women's U19 World Cup Team improved to 6-0 and earned a shot at returning home with the USA's seventh-straight U19 gold medal.

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Alecia Sutton
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Alecia Sutton posted four points and added seven rebounds to help the USA dominate inside versus Japan.

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USA Women's U19 World Cup Team
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The USA Women's U19 World Cup Team takes to the court for introductions prior to tipoff of its semifinal game versus Japan.

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