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2019 U.S. Pan American Games Women's Basketball Team

EIGHTTEENTH PAN AMERICAN GAMES -- 2019

  • Date:
    Sep 19, 2019

Lima, Peru • Aug. 6-10, 2019


The USA women captured a silver medal at the 2019 Pan American Games from Aug. 6-10 at Coliseo Eduardo Dibos in Lima, Peru.


2019 USA RESULTS (4-1)
USA 70 Argentina 62
USA 103
U.S. Virgin Islands
55
USA 75
Colombia 63
USA 62
Puerto Rico
59
Brazil 79
USA 73

2019 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Brazil (5-0) 5. Argentina (2-2)
2. USA (4-1) 6. Canada (1-3)
3. Puerto Rico (3-2) 7. Paraguay (1-3)
4. Colombia (2-3) 8. U.S. Virgin Islands (0-4)

In its first game on Aug. 6, the USA fought back from an eight-point deficit to claim a 70-62 victory over Argentina. Chennedy Carter led with 14 points, Tyasha Harris had 13 points, Mikayla Pivec chipped in 11 and Michaela scored nine points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

The U.S. had no trouble racing past the U.S. Virgin Islands 103-55 on Aug. 7. Led by 16 points from Taylor Mikesell, 11 U.S. players scored, including six in double digits. Onyenwere had 15 points; Beatrice Mompremier contributed 12 points and five rebounds; Carter added 11 points; and Peyton Williams and Brittany Brewer each added 10 points. The USA passed out 26 assists, led by six from Kiana Williams.

The USA jumped out to a 24-13 first quarter lead and never looked back on its way to a 75-63 victory over Colombia on Aug. 7. Mompremier had 15 points, and all 12 U.S. players put points on the board. Also scoring in double digits were Onyenwere with 14 points and nine rebounds and Harris with 10 points.

In a hard-fought semifinal that featured 17 lead changes and eight tied scores, the USA held off Puerto Rico for a 62-59 win on Aug. 9. Throughout the contest neither team led by more than five points, and the USA was behind 57-56 with 2:32 to play. From there, Harris pulled up for two points, Bella Alarie scored an offensive rebound and Carter and Alarie each added a free throw to help the seal the win. Mompremier added 14 points and 12 rebounds.

The USA came up short in the gold medal game on Aug. 10, falling 79-73 to Brazil. Down 55-53 to start the fourth quarter, the U.S. tied the game at 57-all, but Brazil took control with a 10-4 scoring run to lead 72-62 with 1:28 to play. Brazil made seven of its final eight free throws to secure the victory. Carter and Mompremier each finished with 16 points, Mompremier added 12 rebounds and Harris contributed 14 points and five assists.

Puerto Rico (3-2) won bronze with a 66-55 victory over Colombia (2-3).


2019 USA WOMEN'S PAN AMERICAN GAMES TEAM ROSTER

NAME
POS
HGT
WGT
AGE
YOG
SCHOOL
HOMETOWN
Bella Alarie
F
6-5
165
21
2020
Princeton University
Bethesda, MD
Brittany Brewer
F
6-5
185
21
2020
Texas Tech University
Abilene, TX
Chennedy Carter
G
5-7
150
20
2021
Texas A&M University
Mansfield, TX
Kathleen Doyle
G
5-9
160
21
2020
University of Iowa
Lagrange Park, IL
Tyasha Harris
G
5-10
147
21
2020
University of South Carolina
Noblesville, IN
Taylor Mikesell
G
5-11
158
19
2022
University of Maryland
Massillon, OH
Beatrice Mompremier
F
6-4
180
23
2020
University of Miami
Miami, FL
Michaela Onyenwere
F
6-0
175
20
2021
UCLA
Aurora, CO
Mikayla Pivec
G
5-10
165
21
2020
Oregon State University
Lynwood, WA
Lindsey Pulliam
G
5-10
160
20
2021
Northwestern University
Silver Spring, MD
Kiana Williams
G
5-8
125
20
2021
Stanford University
San Antonio, TX
Peyton Williams
F
6-4
185
21
2020
Kansas State University
Topeka, KS
Head Coach: Suzy Merchant, Michigan State University
Assistant Coach: Felisha Legette-Jack, University at Buffalo
Assistant Coach: Vic Schaefer, Mississippi State University
Team Physician: Allison Schafer
Athletic Trainer: Anne Marquez, Notre Dame

2019 USA WOMEN'S PAN AMERICAN GAMES TEAM CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME
G/S
MIN/AVG
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
TO
BLK
STL
Mompremier
5/5 107/ 21.4
24-51
.471
0-0
.---
13-21
.619
38/ 7.6
61/ 12.2
2
9
4
3
Carter
5/5 100/ 20.0
22-27
.468
2-7
.286
11-17
.647
9/ 1.8
57/ 11.4
4
9
2
7
Onyenwere
5/5 117/ 23.4
21-56
.375
2-7
.286
6-8
.750
39/ 7.8
50/ 10.0
2
12
0
7
Harris
5/5 126/ 25.2
16-43
.372
2-8
.250
11-11
1.000
10/ 2.0
45/ 9.0
15
9
0
6
Alarie
5/0 107/ 21.4
15-33
.455
0-3
.000
3-6
.500
28/ 5.6
33/ 6.6
7
10
4
8
Doyle
5/0 103/ 20.6
9-22
.409
4-6
.667
8-10
.800
6/ 1.2
30/ 6.0
8
5
0
6
K. Williams
5/0 89/ 17.8
9-26
.346
3-12
.250
5-6
.833
6/ 1.2
26/ 5.2
12
8
1
8
Mikesell
5/0 42/ 8.4
9-26
.346
7-17
.412
0-0
.---
8/ 1.6
25/ 5.0
1
4
0
2
Pivec
5/5 108/ 21.6
7-15
.467
1-2
.500
6-6
1.000
20/ 4.0
21/ 4.2
4
12
0
3
Brewer
3/0 34/ 11.3
5-13
.385
0-0
.---
2-2
1.000
11/ 3.7
12/ 4.0
2
4
0
0
Pulliam
3/0 31/ 10.3
5-8
.625
0-2
.000
1-1
1.000
4/ 1.3
11/ 3.7
2
0
0
2
P. Williams
 4/0 36/ 9.0
5-8
.625
0-1
.000
2-2
1.000
11/ 2.8
12/ 3.0
2
6
0
3
Team

   16/ 3.2
   
USA 5 1000
147-348
.422
21-65
.323
68-90
.756
206/ 41.2
383/ 76.6
61
88
11
55
OPP. 5 1000 122-322
.379
17-77
.221
57-64
.891
158/ 31.6
318/ 63.6
60

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