The 2017 USA Women's U23 National Team will play against Canada, Australia and Japan from Aug. 12-15 in Tokyo.
The team was named on Aug. 4, after five days of training camp that began with 36 hopefuls.
Eight of the team members previously have won gold medals with USA Basketball.
From left to right: USA assistant coach Courtney Banghart (Princeton), USA head coach Jeff Walz (Louisville) and USA assistant coach Michelle Clark-Heard (Western Kentucky).
Ariel Atkins (Texas/Duncanville, Texas)
Monique Billings (UCLA/Corona, Calif.)
Kalani Brown (Baylor/Slidell, La.)
Jordin Canada (UCLA/Los Angeles, Calif.)
Asia Durr (Louisville/ Douglasville, Ga.)
Linnae Harper (Ohio State/Chicago, Ill.)
Sabrina Ionescu (Oregon/Walnut Creek, Calif.)
Brittany McPhee (Stanford/Normandy Park, Wash.)
Kelsey Mitchell (Ohio State/Cincinnati, Ohio)
Jamie Nared (Tennessee/Portland, Ore.)
Arike Ogunbowale (Notre Dame/Milwaukee, Wis.)
Mercedes Russell (Tennessee/Springfield, Ore.)
USA and University of Louisville head coach Jeff Walz and Louisville guard Asia Durr.
USA and Ohio State University teammates Kelsey Mitchell (left) and Linnae Harper.
USA and University of Tennessee teammates Mercedes Russell (left) and Jaime Nared.
USA and UCLA teammates Jordin Canada (left) and Monique Billings.
Picture Day For USA Women's U23 National Team
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