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1992 USA Women's Junior World Championship Qualifying Team

SECOND WOMEN'S JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING TEAM -- 1992

  • Date:
    Jun 10, 2010

Guanajuato, Mexico August 23-29, 1992


The United States entered the 1992 COPABA Junior World Championship Qualifying Tournament hoping for a repeat of the USA's gold medal finish at the 1988 qualifying tournament. However, after going 4-0 en route to the gold medal contest the USA met also unbeaten Brazil and lost a heartbreaker 80-70 and finished with the silver medal. Despite the loss, the U.S. claimed its main goal, that of qualifying for the 1993 FIBA Junior World Championship.

1992 USA RESULTS (4-1) 
USA 67 Canada 56
USA 89 Mexico 42
USA 106 Puerto Rico 54
USA 91 Cuba 87
Brazil 80 USA 70

1992 COMPETITION FINAL STANDINGS

1. *Brazil (5-0) 5. Canada
2. *USA (4-1) 6. Argentina
3. *Cuba (4-1) 7. Mexico
4. Puerto Rico 8. Columbia

*Qualified for the 1993 FIBA Junior World Championship.

NOTE: Results are unknown for 4th - 8th place.

Cuba defeated Puerto Rico for the bronze medal and in doing so, captured the Americas Zone's third and final qualifying spot for the 1993 FIBA Junior World Championship.

Opening play against Canada on Aug. 23, the USA held a 32-27 halftime lead and pulled to the eventual 67-56 victory. University of Oregon's Sara Wilson posted a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds to pace the red, white and blue.

After running out to a lopsided 43-16 halftime advantage against Mexico on Aug. 24, the North Americans cruised through the second half to the 89-42 win. Trinity Valley Community College's Shauna Tubbs led the charge with 17 points and University of Kansas' Angela Aycock grabbed a team high 11 rebounds.

Closing out preliminary round action against Puerto Rico on Aug. 25, the USA kept its winning streak alive after dismantling the islanders 106-54. University of Connecticut?s Rebecca Lobo scored a team high 14 points.

The USA needed all of University of Tennessee's Tiffany Woosley's tournament best 23 points against Cuba in the Aug. 27
semifinal. After spotting Cuba a 49-31 halftime lead, the United States turned up its offensive heat in the second half, outscoring Cuba 56-42, to earn the hard-fought 91-87 decision and the right to play for the gold medal.

Brazil also advanced to the gold medal contest with an unblemished 4-0 record and after 20 minutes of play the United States owned a slim 40-38 advantage over its South American rivals. However, just as the U.S. had turned the tide on Cuba in the second half of the semifinal game the day before, Brazil outscored the United States by 12 points in the second stanza and came out on top 80-70. Aycock scored 18 points for the U.S., Woosley added 12 and University of Alabama's Niesa Johnson pitched in 11 points.
Cuba defeated Puerto Rico for the bronze medal, while capturing the Americas Zone third qualifying spot for the 1993 FIBA Junior World Championship.

Woosley averaged a team high 11.8 points for the USA, while Tubbs added 11.6 points and 5.2 rebounds a contest and Univesity of Tennessee's Dana Johnson averaged 10.2 points an outing. Aycock finished as the squad's leading rebounder, averaging 6.0 rebounds a game, while adding 9.6 points a game.

1992 USA WOMEN'S JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING TEAM ROSTER

NAME POS HGT WGT AGE SCHOOL HOMETOWN
Angela Aycock
C
6-2
155
19
Kansas Dallas, TX
Dana Johnson
C
6-2
197
19
Tennessee Baltimore, MD
Niesa Johnson
G
5-9
138
19
Alabama Clinton, MS
Christine Lesoravage
G
5-11
145
19
Virginia Doylestown, PA
Rebecca Lobo
C
6-4
180
18
Connecticut Southwick, MA
Michelle Marciniak
G
5-9
139
18
Tennessee Macungie, PA
Etta Maytubby
F
5-11
155
19
Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK
Charlotte Smith
F
6-0
150
18
North Carolina Shelby, NC
Shauna Tubbs
F
6-2
165
19
Trinity Valley C.C. Houston, TX
Sara Wilson
C
6-4
180
19
Oregon Valencia, CA
Tiffany Woosley
G
5-6
132
19
Tennessee Tullahoma, TN
Falisha Wright
G
5-6
130
19
San Diego State Totowa, NJ
HEAD COACH: Nancy Wilson, University of South Carolina
ASSISTANT COACH: Jane Albright-Dieterle, Northern Ill. University
ASSISTANT COACH: Trish Roberts, University of Michigan
TEAM PHYSICIAN: Suzanne Tanner, University of Colorado
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Marsha Grant, St. Joseph's U. (PA)

1992 USA WOMEN'S JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING TEAM CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME G FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
Woosley 5
11/ 2.2
59/ 11.8
Tubbs 5
26/ 5.2
58/ 11.6
D. Johnson 5
17/ 3.4
51/ 10.2
Aycock 5
30/ 6.0
48/ 9.6
N. Johnson 5
10/ 2.0
48/ 9.6
Lobo 5
21/ 4.2
34/ 6.8
Wilson 5
24/ 4.8
33/ 6.6
Marciniak 4
4/ 1.0
27/ 6.8
Smith 5
18/ 3.6
26/ 5.2
Wright 5
8/ 1.6
24/ 4.8
Lesoravage 5
4/ 0.8
13/ 2.6
Maytubby 3
2/ 0.7
2/ 0.7
USA 5
175/ 35.0
423/ 84.6
OPP. 5
 
319/ 63.8
NOTE: Complete statistics are unavailable for the 1992 USA Women's Junior WorldChampionship Qualifying Team.

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