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1990 WOMEN'S R. WILLIAM JONES CUP

  • Date:
    Jun 10, 2010

Taipei, Taiwan - June 9-17, 1990


Comprised mainly of athletes from North Carolina State University, the 1990 USA R. William Jones Cup Team had hopes of earning a gold medal. However, their hopes were dashed after compiling a 3-4 record to finish in sixth place in Taipei, Taiwan.

1991 Women
1990 USA Women's R. William Jones Cup Team


1990 USA RESULTS (3-4)
USA 79 Malaysia 40
USA 56 Netherlands 44
South Korea 80 USA 76
Taiwan 72 USA 49
Hungary 71 USA 52
USA 72 Malaysia 35
Japan 61 USA 58

1990 R. WILLIAM JONES CUP FINAL STANDINGS

1. Hungary (7-0) 5. Japan (4-3)
2. Taiwan (3-4) 6. USA (3-4)
3. Brazil (5-2) 7. Netherlands (2-5)
4. South Korea (4-3) 8. Malaysia (0-7)

The U.S. cruised to an easy opening 79-40 victory against Malaysia behind a 15 point performance by 6'3' center Sharon Manning. Manning followed that with a game-high 13 points and seven rebounds as the USA earned its second win, a 56-44 defeat of the Netherlands.

The Americans next faced South Korea, the defending Jones Cup champions. Trailing 47-39 at the half, the U.S. slowly chipped away at the lead and with less than a minute remaining, the USA managed to tie the score at 76-76. However, South Korea scored four unanswered points to close out the contest and earn the 80-76 victory. Manning once again led the U.S. with 17 points and 5'10' Jenny Kuziemski and 5'7' Danyel Parker added 14 and 12 points, respectively.

Despite the loss, the USA's medal hopes were still alive. Needing one victory in their final two games of preliminary play, the U.S. fell 72-49 to eventual silver medalists Republic of China.

In a must-win situation, the United States went up against
undefeated Hungary. The U.S. kept pace with the Hungarian
contingent during the game's early goings and with less than nine
minutes to go in the first half, the USA led 18-16. Hungary then outscored the U.S. 18-5 to take a commanding lead 34-23 with less than three minutes to go and closed out the half with a 40-27 advantage. The U.S. could not make up the difference in the second half and Hungary took the 71-52 victory. Parker, the only USA player to score in double-digits, led the Americans with 10 points while Manning added nine.

Entering into the consolation round, the USA faced Malaysia for the second time in the tournament. The Americans once again prevailed, 72-35, as Manning led the U.S. attack with a game-high 14 points and 6'0' center Kerri Hobbs pitched in 11 points and a game-high five rebounds.

The U.S. closed out the 1990 competition with a close 61-58 loss to Japan, despite a 15 point performance by Manning and 10 from Parker.

Hungary defeated the Republic of China a 73-50 in the final game to remain undefeated and claim the gold medal, while Brazil claimed the bronze with a 78-56 win over South Korea.

Manning, who averaged 13.6 ppg. and 6.1 rpg., led the USA's efforts while Parker was the team's second leading scorer and rebounder with 9.0 ppg. and 4.9 rpg.

1990 USA Women's R. William Jones Cup Roster

NAME
POS
HGT
WGT
AGE
SCHOOL
HOMETOWN
Ashley Hancock
G
6-1
145
19
North Carolina State
Springfield, VA
Kerri Hobbs
C
6-0
176
22
North Carolina State
Mt. Laural, NJ
Krista Kilburn
G
5-10
140
21
North Carolina State
Fayetteville, GA
Jenny Kuziemski
G
5-10
135
18
North Carolina State
South Amboy, NJ
Krissy Kuziemski
G/F
5-10
145
18
North Carolina State
South Amboy, NJ
Sharon Manning
C
6-3
184
21
North Carolina State
Emporia, VA
Katie Meier
G
6-0
145
22
Duke
Wheaton, IL
Faith Mimnaugh
G
5-5
135
20
Loyola
Elk Grove, IL
Danyel Parker
G
5-7
135
19
North Carolina State
Clinton, NC
Gerri Robuck
G
5-8
140
22
North Carolina State
Raleigh, NC
Teri Whyte
C
6-5
190
20
North Carolina State
Sanford, FL
Marsha Williams
C
6-3
185
19
South Carolina
Moncks Corner, SC
HEAD COACH: Kay Yow, North Carolina State University
ASSISTANT COACH: Karen Freeman, North Carolina State University
ASSISTANT COACH: Que Tucker, North Carolina State University
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Karen Donald, North Carolina State University

1990 USA Women's R. William Jones Cup Statistics

 
G
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
BLK
STL
Manning
7
38- 75
.507
0- 0
.---
19- 25
.760
43/ 6.1
95/ 13.6
3
2
9
Parker
7
30- 76
.395
0- 1
.000
3- 7
.429
34/ 4.9
63/ 9.0
13
1
8
Kilburn
7
19- 44
.432
2- 6
.333
5- 9
.556
13/ 1.9
45/ 6.4
3
0
5
Hobbs
7
19- 37
.514
0- 0
.---
5- 8
.625
21/ 3.0
43/ 6.1
1
1
1
J. Kuziemski
7
20- 47
.426
0- 0
.---
1- 4
.250
12/ 1.7
41/ 5.9
2
0
0
Meier
7
16- 38
.421
0- 0
.---
9- 11
.818
39/ 5.6
41/ 5.9
2
1
6
Hancock
7
16- 34
.471
0- 0
.---
8- 13
.615
23/ 3.3
40/ 5.7
2
0
3
K. Kuziemski
7
16- 37
.432
0- 0
.---
2- 2
1.000
11/ 1.6
34/ 4.9
3
1
8
Willians
7
8- 18
.444
0- 0
.---
9- 13
.692
15/ 2.1
25/ 3.6
0
0
2
Robuck
7
5- 20
.250
0- 0
.---
0- 0
.000
6/ 0.9
10/ 1.4
1
0
0
Whyte
6
2- 5
.400
0- 0
.---
1- 1
1.000
6/ 1.0
5/ 0.8
0
2
0
Mimnaugh
7
0- 8
.000
0- 2
.000
0- 0
.000
8/ 1.1
0/ 0.0
7
0
0
USA TOTALS
7
189-439
.431
2- 9
.222
62- 93
.667
231/ 33.0
442/ 63.1
37
8
42
OPP. TOTALS
7
144-362
.398
40-137
.292
75-110
.682
131/ 18.7
403/ 57.6
27
15
31

 

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