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2016 USA Basketball 3x3 U18 Women’s National Tournament Results

  • Date:
    May 1, 2016

Preliminary Round Final Standings

Pool A W-L Pool B W-L
1. *Southern Starz 2-1 1. Takeover 3-0
2. *Mambas 2-1 2. Shock 2-1
3. *Hoopla 2-1 3. Burland 1-2
4. Elite 0-3 4. Domination 0-3
*Standings between tied teams based on FIBA’s 3x3 tie-breaking rules.

Preliminary Round

Saturday, April 30
Pool A Pool B
Hoopla 18, Elite 15 Takeover 21, Burland 7
Mambas 17, Southern Starz 14 Shock 16, Domination 15
Hoopla 14, Mambas 10 Takeover 21, Domination 14
Southern Starz 15, Elite 10 Shock 21, Burland 13
Mambas 18, Elite 12 Takeover 21, Shock 18
Southern Starz 21, Hoopla 12 Burland 19, Domination 18
Crossover Games
Shock 17, Hoopla 11 Mambas 21, Burland 11
Domination 18, Elite 11 Takeover 17, Southern Starz 15
Note: Crossover games did not count toward preliminary round standings.
Sunday, May 1

Quarterfinals

Shock 15, Hoopla 14 Mambas 21, Burland 13
Domination 17, Southern Starz 15 Takeover 21, Elite 9

Medal Semifinals

Takeover 21, Mambas 12 Shock 18, Domination 10

Championship Game

Takeover 21, Shock 16

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