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One day after she was named to the 2015 USA Basketball Women’s World University Games team, along with 11 other collegiate athletes, five-foot-11, guard Nina Davis landed in Maceio, Brazil. As a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Baylor University, Davis participated in a sports...

2015 USA Women's World University Games Team

Gwangju, South Korea • July 5-13, 2015 With Northwestern University’s Joe McKeown at the helm, the 2015 USA Women's World University Games Team traveled to South Korea and brought home a sixth-straight gold medal for the USA. The Americans opened with an 80-68 win over Italy on July 5....

Take a look back through pictures at how USA Basketball fared in 2015 during international competition.

The 2015 USA Women's World University Games Team celebrated in South Korea Monday after defeating Canada, 82-63, in the gold Medal Game.

With a gold medal on the line, the USA Basketball Women’s World University Games Team took a three-point lead into the fourth quarter and then nearly doubled up Canada in the final 10 minutes, scoring 34 points in the period, to secure an 82-63 triumph in the 2015 World University Games championship game.

The USA defeated Canada, 82-63, Monday in South Korea to capture the gold medal at the 2015 Women's World University Games.

USA head coach Joe McKeown (Northwestern) Thoughts on winning the gold medal: It’s a great honor. It’s a great honor to represent the USA and to be able to coach this group. To see them gel together in a short period of time and play as well as they did together over here was really...

• Additional Quotes • Box Score • Photo Gallery GWANGJU, South Korea  – The USA Women’s World University Games (5-0) trailed by as many as 15 points Saturday night, but the USA outscored Japan (3-2) 16-12 in the second of two overtime periods to win its semifinal...

USA head coach Joe McKeown (Northwestern) Thoughts on the win over Japan: That was one of the craziest games I’ve seen in a while or been part of as a coach. I want our players to be able to enjoy it and move forward. We’ll get ready right away for the gold-medal game. That’s why...

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