Aliyah Boston tied the U.S. event record for field goal percentage (1.000%) at 6-of-6 from the field on her way to 15 points and six rebounds in the USA's win over Venezuela. She also was 3-of-3 from the line and matched the record she set the previous night with three blocks.
In the USA's win over Venezuela, Ashley Owusu chipped in eight points and three assists.
Assistant coach Adia Barnes helped coach the USA to a 102-53 win over Venezuela.
In the USA's win over Venezuela, Destanni Henderson tallied three points, five assists and one steal.
Elissa Cunane contributed in all aspects with a near double-double in the USA's win over Venezuela. She finished with 11 points, nine rebounds, two assists, one block and two steals.
Grace Berger contributed eight points on 4-of-4 (1.000%) from the free throw line, four assists and two steals to help the USA to victory over Venezuela.
Haley Jones finished with seven points, five rebounds and four assists in the USA's win over Venezuela.
Against Venezuela, Jakia Brown-Turner finished with five points, four rebounds and a team-high three steals to help secure the victory.
Naz Hillmon finished with nine points, three rebounds and three assists in the USA's win over Venezuela.
In the USA's win over Venezuela, Rhyne Howard finished with 17 points and shot 5-9 (.555%) from the 3-point to set a U.S. women's AmeriCup record for 3-point attempts while tying the record for makes. Howard also recorded four rebounds, four assists and two steals.
Head coach Dawn Staley (left) and assistant coach Jennifer Rizzotti (right) shake hands after USA's win over Venezuela.
Sedona Prince finished with a game-high 19 points with seven rebounds, one assist and two blocks in the USA's win over Venezuela.
Veronica Burton contributed a team-high six assists, one rebound and one steal to help the USA to victory over Venezuela.
USA AmeriCup Women vs. Venezuela
USA AmeriCup Women vs Puerto Rico