Photos from the 2022 USA Women's World Cup Qualifying Team's 93-55 victory over Puerto Rico on Feb. 12, 2022.
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First taking the court with USA Basketball in 2013, A’ja Wilson is a remarkable 47-0 in USA Basketball games played and has won four gold medals.
As a member of the 2013 USA U19 World Cup Team, A’ja Wilson, who was just 16 years old and the youngest member of the team, averaged 10.9 points and 7.9 rebounds per game to help the USA to a perfect 9-0 record and the gold medal at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship in Lithuania.,
Prior to the 2013 FIBA U19 World Cup, A’ja Wilson aided the USA to a 3-0 exhibition record against U19 teams from Australia, Canada and Spain in the Canary Islands.
A’ja Wilson was a member of the 2014 USA U18 National Team that captured the gold medal with a perfect 5-0 record at the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A’ja Wilson was named MVP of the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship after averaging 19.0 points, 8.4 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots per game.
Becoming just the fourth USA athlete to play on two USA U19 World Cup teams, A'ja Wilson averaged 18.3 points and 8.4 rebounds per game for the 2015 USA U19 World Cup team that captured the gold medal with a perfect 7-0 record at 2015 FIBA U19 World Championship in Chekhov, Russia.
A'ja Wilson scored a USA women's U19 single-game record 30 points against Russia in the gold medal game and was named MVP of the 2015 FIBA U19 World Cup.
A’ja Wilson (left) helped lead the USA U19 squad to a 3-0 record in exhibition play against Australia, Canada and host Spain in Murcia prior to the 2015 FIBA U19 World Cup.
A’ja Wilson was named the 2015 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year. She is pictured here with her USA and University of South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley.
A’ja Wilson was named to the 2017 USA U23 National Team but was forced to withdraw due to injury. She is pictured here at the team’s training camp at the United States Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A’ja Wilson (No. 24) participated in the 2017 USA National Team training camp Sept. 30-Oct. 2 in Santa Barbara, California, and was one of just five collegiate athletes on the training camp roster.
A’ja Wilson (left) led the USA White Team to a 100-75 victory over the USA Red Team in an intrasquad exhibition during the 2018 USA World Cup Team training camp in South Carolina. She finished with 16 points and seven rebounds.
A’ja Wilson aided the USA in 2018 to a 5-0 pre-World Cup exhibition record. She averaged a team-leading 16.6 points and added 4.6 rebounds during those five games.
A’ja Wilson was presented with her 2018 WNBA Rookie of the Year award at halftime of the USA National Team’s exhibition game against Japan on Sept. 10 at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Accounting for 10.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game, A’ja Wilson was the youngest member of the USA team that earned the 2018 FIBA World Cup gold medal with a 6-0 slate in the Canary Islands.
A’ja Wilson was one of eight core players selected to participate in the 2019-20 USA Women's National Team expanded training program, as announced on July 27, 2019.
A’ja Wilson helped the 2019-20 USA National Team to a 9-0 record against three collegiate teams and six international opponents from Nov. 2019-Feb. 2020. Over the course of those nine games, she averaged 13.9 points and 6.6. rebounds.
Against Stanford University on Nov. 2 in California, 2019, A’ja Wilson finished with 22 points and six rebounds to help the USA to a 95-80 victory.
On Nov. 4 against Oregon State University, A’ja Wilson tallied 18 points and nine rebounds as the USA won 81-58 in Corvallis, Oregon.
Despite already being qualified for the Tokyo Olympic Games, A’ja Wilson and the USA participated in the FIBA Americas Olympic Pre-Qualifying Tournament and won three-straight games in Bahia Blanca, Argentina. In the USA’s third and final game, a 104-48 win over Colombia on Nov. 17, Wilson finished with a game-high 23 points to go with nine rebounds and three steals.
In the USA’s 97-54 victory against the University of Louisville on Feb. 2, 2020, in Kentucky, A’ja Wilson contributed eight points and five rebounds in 14 minutes played.
From Feb. 6-9, A’ja Wilson played in the USA’s three FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament wins. She tallied double digits in the USA’s first two games, finishing with 16 points and seven rebounds against Serbia and against Mozambique.
At the 2020 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament, A’ja Wilson was named to the five-member all-tournament team.
A’ja Wilson participated in the USA National Team training camp in Chicago over the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend.
Through the Years: A'ja Wilson
USA 86, Japan 69