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USA Basketball Women’s U17 National Team Announced

  • Date:
    Jun 1, 2022

USA Basketball today announced the 12-member 2022 USA Basketball Women’s U17 National Team after concluding six days of trials in Colorado Springs. The athletes, selected from 40 trials invitees, will compete at the 2022 FIBA U17 World Cup in Debrecen, Hungary, from July 9-17.

 

The team was selected by the USA Basketball Developmental National Team Committee and represent the high school graduating classes of 2023 and 2024. 

 

The U17 National Team includes Sunaja Agara, Madison Booker, Jaloni Cambridge, Morgan Cheli, Breya Cunningham, Jadyn Donovan, Hannah Hidalgo, Mackenly Randolph, Kennedy Umeh, Judea Watkins, Jada Williams and Mikaylah Williams

 

Booker, Cambridge, Cunningham, Donovan, Watkins and Jada Williams were members of the 2021 USA Women’s U16 National Team that defeated Canada 118-45 for the gold medal at the 2021 FIBA Women’s U16 Americas Championship. Umeh was a finalist for the 2021 U16 roster.

 

Mikaylah Williams has USA Basketball experience, winning gold at the 2021 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Cup.

 

The U17 coaching staff is led by Sue Phillips (Archbishop Mitty High School), Tom McConnell (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) and Brittanny Johnson (Evanston Township High School). 

 

The USA has won the FIBA U17 Women’s World Cup four of the five times the event has been held, including the most recent occurrence in 2018. 

 

2022 USA Basketball Women’s U17 National Team

Name

Age*

Height

Class#

High School

Hometown

Sunaja Agara

16

6-2

2023

Hopkins HS

Minneapolis, MN

Madison Booker

16

6-1

2023

Germantown HS

Ridgeland, MS

Jaloni Cambridge

16

5-0

2024

The Ensworth School

Nashville, TN

Morgan Cheli

16

6-1

2024

Archbishop Mitty HS

Los Altos, CA

Breya Cunningham

17

6-4

2023

La Jolla Country Day School

Chula Vista, CA

Jadyn Donovan

16

6-0

2023

Sidwell Friends School

Upper Marlboro, MD

Hannah Hidalgo

17

5-7

2023

Paul VI

Merchantville, NJ

Mackenly Randolph

16

6-1

2024

Sierra Canyon School

Encino, CA

Kennedy Umeh

15

6-4

2024

McDonogh School

Columbia, MD

Judea Watkins

16

6-1

2023

Sierra Canyon School

Sylmar, CA

Jada Williams

17

5-8

2023

La Jolla Country Day School

San Diego, CA

Mikaylah Williams

16

6-1

2023

Parkway HS

Bossier City, LA

 

* Ages listed are as of May 19, 2022

# To be eligible for the 2022 WU17 National Team, participants must be born on or after January 1, 2005

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