Including its 6-1 record in 2017, USA women’s teams are 79-13 all-time in FIBA U19/Junior World Cups.
The USA's silver medal was the first time it had not won gold since 2001.
Five players were named to the prestigious 2017 All-FIBA U19 World Cup Team. From left to right: Laeticia Amihere (Canada), Chennedy Carter (USA), Tyashia Harris (USA), Raisa Musina (Russia) and Maria Vadeeva (Russia).
USA Basketball CEO and FIBA Central Board member Jim Tooley presents Chennedy Carter (Timberview H.S./Mansfield, Texas) with her All-FIBA U19 World Cup Team watch.
USA Basketball CEO and FIBA Central Board member Jim Tooley presents Tyasha Harris (South Carolina/Noblesville, Ind.) with her All-FIBA U19 World Cup Team watch.
Russia won the gold medal.
Canada won the bronze medal with a win over Japan.
Photo Gallery: USA U19 Team On The Medal Stand
Photo Gallery: Russia 86, USA U19 Team 82