The USA finished 6-1 and in possession of the silver medal at the 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup.
Ruthy Hebard (Oregon/Fairbanks, Alaska) scored four points and collected five rebounds.
Megan Walker (Monacan H.S./Chesterfield, Va.) was 1-of-3 from the field.
Kayla Overbeck (Vanderbilt/Newbury Park, Calif.) will collect her first medal with USA Basketball.
Bella Alarie (Princeton/Bethesda, Md.) grabbed 12 rebounds and scored six points.
Joyner Holmes (Texas/Cedar Hill, Texas) scored four points and had seven rebounds.
Crystal Dangerfield (Connecticut/Murfreesboro, Tenn.) contributed 15 points, three steals and two assists.
Tyasha Harris (South Carolina/Noblesville, Ind.) added nine points and three steals to her nine assists.
Alecia Sutton (Texas/St. Louis, Mo.) tallied 11 points.
Chennedy Carter (Timberview H.S./Mansfield, Texas) led the USA with 31 points on 11-of-18 shooting from the field and a 7-of-8 performance from the free throw line.
Jeannie Boehm (Harvard/Winnetka, Ill.) is one of five players on the 2017 USA U19 World Cup squad who helped the USA qualify for the event with a gold-medal finish at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
Including its 6-1 record in 2017, USA women’s teams are 79-13 all-time in FIBA U19/Junior World Cups.
USA head coach Suzie McConnell-Serio (Pittsburgh)
USA assistant coach Kamie Ethridge (Northern Colorado).
USA assistant coach Charlotte Smith (Elon).
Photo Gallery: Russia 86, USA U19 Team 82
Meet the 2015 USA Men's U19 National Team