USA Men's World Championship Qualifying Team Records

  • Date:
    Dec 15, 2010

USA Individual Competition Records -- World Championship Qualifier

MOST POINTS AVERAGED:
Billy Owens 20.4 (163) 1989
Travis Williams 17.2 (155) 1997
Jason Sasser 16.4 (148) 1997
Tony White 15.7 (110) 1993
Lionel Simmons 14.8 (118) 1989
Charlie Bell 14.5 (145) 2005
MOST REBOUNDS AVERAGED:
Bobby Martin 8.1 (57) 1993
Kris Lang 7.4 (67) 2005
Billy Owens 7.4 (59) 1989
Lionel Simmons 7.3 (58) 1989
Travis Williams 7.1 (64) 1997
HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of two made field goals per game)
Antonio Davis .778 (21- 27) 1989
Mike McDonald .733 (22- 30) 1997
Harold Ellis .632 (12- 19) 1993
Kelsey Weems .605 (23- 38) 1993
Billy Owens .600 (69-115) 1989
HIGHEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of one attempt a game)
Corey Beck .609 (14-23) 1997
Brian Rahilly .571 ( 8-14) 1993
Rusty LaRue .561 (23-41) 1997
Eldridge Recasner .545 ( 6-11) 1993
Jason Matthews .545 (12-22) 1989
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of one attempt a game)
Tony White .941 (32-34) 1993
Anthony Martin .938 (15-16) 1993
Jason Matthews .900 ( 9-10) 1989
Tyus Edney .880 (22-25) 2005
Jason Sasser .854 (35-41) 1997
MOST ASSISTS:
Reggie Jordan 3.0 (27) 1997
Tyus Edney 2.7 (27) 2005
Charlie Bell 2.5 (25) 2005
Lynn Greer 2.5 (25) 2005
Chris Corchiani 2.3 (18) 1989
MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
Antonio Davis 2.25 (18) 1989
Kris Lang 1.44 (13) 2005
Erik Martin 1.00 ( 9) 1997
Billy Owens 0.75 ( 6) 1989
Lionel Simmons 0.75 ( 6) 1989
MOST STEALS:
Corey Beck 1.77 (16) 1997
Reggie Jordan 1.77 (16) 1997
Jason Sasser 1.77 (16) 1997
Gary Payton 1.38 (11) 1989
Charlie Bell 1.30 (13) 2005

 

USA Team Competition Records -- World Championship Qualifier

MOST POINTS SCORED:
846 (10 games) in 2005
MOST POINTS AVERAGED:
101.4 in 1993
MOST FGM:
38.5 per game (308 in 8 games) in 1989
MOST FGA:
71.8 per game (575 in 8 games) in 1989
HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
.536 in 1989
MOST 3PM:
7.14 per game) (50 in 7 games) in 1993
MOST 3PA:
20.0 per game (200 in 10 games) in 2005
HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE:
.457 (64-140) in 1997
MOST FTM:
23.1 per game (162 in 7 games) in 1993
MOST FTA:
29.6 per game (207 in 7 games) in 1993
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
.783% in 1993
MOST REBOUNDS:
44.0 per game (352 in 8 games) in 1989
MOST ASSISTS AVERAGED:
15.3 in 2005
MOST BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGED:
4.5 in 1989
MOST STEALS AVERAGED:
10.9 in 1997

 

USA Individual Game Records -- World Championship Qualifier

MOST POINTS:
37, Tony White vs. Argentina 9/04/93
33, Jason Sasser vs. Dominican Republic 8/22/97
32, Billy Owens vs. Panama 6/11/89
30, Kris Lang vs. Venezuela 9/04/05
29, Travis Williams vs. Puerto Rico 8/24/97
26, Travis Williams vs. Uruguay 8/28/97
26, Billy Owens vs. Puerto Rico 6/09/89
24, Travis Williams vs. Canada 8/23/97
24, Lionel Simmons vs. Dominican Republic 6/08/89
23, Tony White vs. Canada 9/03/93
23, Billy Owens vs. Canada 6/15/89
MOST FGM:
13, Billy Owens vs. Panama 6/11/89
MOST FGA:
20, Charlie Bell vs. Venezuela 8/27/05
20, Travis Williams vs. Puerto Rico 8/24/97
HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (6-6) Brian Rahilly vs. Puerto Rico 9/05/93
MOST 3PM:
6, Jason Sasser vs. Dominican Republic 8/22/97
MOST 3PA:
10, Charlie Bell vs. Puerto Rico 9/02/05
10, Charlie Bell vs. Brazil 8/25/05
10, Rodney Monroe vs. Dominican Republic 6/08/89
HIGHEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (6-6), Jason Sasser vs. Dominican Republic 8/22/97
MOST FTM:
13, Tony White vs. Argentina 9/04/93
13, Reggie Jordan vs. Brazil 9/01/93
MOST FTA:
15, Tony White vs. Argentina 9/04/93
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (13-13), Reggie Jordan vs. Brazil 9/01/93
MOST REBOUNDS:
15, Billy Owens vs. Puerto Rico 6/18/89
MOST ASSISTS:
7, Reggie Jordan vs. Puerto Rico 8/24/97
7, Kelsey Weems vs. Argentina 9/04/93
MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
4, Reggie Jordan vs. Venezuela 8/21/97
MOST STEALS:
5, Reggie Jordan vs. Venezuela 8/21/97

 

USA Team Game Records -- World Championship Qualifier

MOST POINTS:
123 vs.Argentina, 9/04/93
MARGIN OF VICTORY:
28 (98-70) vs. Dom. Rep., 8/22/97
MOST REBOUNDS:
48 vs. Argentina, 9/04/93
MOST FGM:
45 vs. Dominican Republic, 8/30/05
MOST FGA:
83 vs. Venezuela, 8/27/05
83 vs. Dominican Republic, 6//08/89
HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
.627% (42-67) vs. Argentina, 9/04/93
MOST 3PM:
14 vs. Brazil, 8/25/05
MOST 3PA:
27 vs. Brazil, 8/25/05
HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE:
.615% (8-13) vs. Dominican Republic, 8/22/97
MOST FTM:
36 vs. Argentina, 9/04/93
MOST FTA:
52 vs. Argentina, 9/04/93
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (18-18) vs. Canada, 9/03/93
1.000% (16-16) vs. Uruguay, 8/28/97
MOST ASSISTS:
21 vs. Dom. Rep., 8/30/05
MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
9 vs. Puerto Rico, 8/31/97
MOST STEALS:
15 vs. Dom. Rep., 8/22/97
15 vs. Canada 8/23/97

 

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