menu close twitter facebook snapchat instagram youtube article basketball gallery graph left-arrow right-arrow search star trophy video net clipboard shield-check shield-star stopwatch

Highlights: USA Women's National Team 74, Canada 68

  • Date:
    Sep 8, 2018
  • Duration:

Related Tags:

Related Videos

We weren't always on court this year. Some of our favorite scenes from outside the lines with 2018 USA Basketball National Teams.

Sights and Sounds of the USA Basketball Women's World Cup Team as it rolls through the medal round to capture gold at the 2018 FIBA World Cup.

Slomo of the USA's gold medal celebration after defeating Australia to claim a third-straight FIBA Women's World Cup title.

Slomo action from the USA's 71-40 win over Nigeria in quarterfinals action of the 2018 FIBA Women's World Cup.

Related Content

Dawn Staley became the first person in FIBA Women’s World Cup history to win a gold medal as a player, assistant coach and head coach.

Hear from USA head coach Dawn Staley, as well as Sue Bird, Brittney Griner, Breanna Stewart and Diana Taurasi following the USA's 73-56 gold medal victory over Australia.

While the USA was in control throughout, Australia was within striking distance, 35-27 at halftime, until a 26-11 third quarter helped the USA pull away for the 73-56 win.

  • Author:
    Ryan Gregory, IUPUI Sports Capital Journalism Program
  • Date:
    Sep 30, 2018

Competing for a third consecutive FIBA World Cup title, which would be an unprecedented achievement in USA Basketball history should it win the championship, the USA Women’s World Cup Team (5-0) will take on Australia (5-0) in the gold medal game on Sunday at 3 p.m. EDT in San Cristobal de La Laguna, Canary Islands. The game will be televised on ESPN.

  • Author:
    Frank Bonner II, IUPUI Sports Capital Journalism Program
  • Date:
    Sep 29, 2018

Winning championships together has been a habit for Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury) and Sue Bird (Seattle Storm) since they first cut down the nets together as University of Connecticut teammates after helping lead the Huskies to the 2002 NCAA Championship.

Coach Licensing & Organization Accreditation Login

Forgot Password?