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Women's International Basketball
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Korea - S. Korea wins Asian women's basketball championship



From english.yonhapnews.co.kr



South Korea won the Asian women's basketball championship for the first time in eight years on Sunday with a 79-73 win over China in the final.



The victory in the 22nd FIBA Asia Championship for Women was South Korea's first since it won the 14th tournament in Japan in 1999.



This year's tournament was held from June 3 in Incheon, a coastal city 40 kilometers west of Seoul.



"I'm pleased that we gained a ticket to the 2008 Beijing Olympic games by winning all of our qualifying games," Yoo Su-jong, coach of the South Korean team, told reporters in an interview after the game.

On Saturday, South Korea beat Taiwan and qualified for the basketball tournament of the Beijing Olympics, which will be its fourth consecutive Olympic appearance.



In the earlier third-place game, Japan beat Taiwan 73-70.
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Canada - Canadian coaches



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Allison McNeill will coach the national senior women's basketball team for a sixth consecutive season, as Canada Basketball announced its women's staff yesterday.



Dave Wilson will lead the development women's team in his first head coach position with the national program. Linda Marquis will continue as head coach of the young women's national team, while Christine Stapleton will lead the junior women's team at the 2007 under-19 world championships.
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USA - U21 women squad passes first test with victory over French



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MONTE CARLO (FIBA U21 World Championship for Women) ? Candice Wiggins (Stanford / San Diego, Calif.) scored 16 points as the 2007 USA Basketball Women?s U21 World Championship Team (1-0) outscored France (0-1) 31-7 in the third quarter and took an eventual 82-59 exhibition victory over the French U21 World Championship Team at the Stade Louis II in Monte Carlo, Monaco, Monday night. The USA, which was tied at halftime 36-all, was bolstered by 12 points apiece from DeWanna Bonner (Auburn / Fairfield, Ala.) and Kia Vaughn (Rutgers / Bronx, N.Y.), while Essence Carson (Rutgers / Paterson, N.J.) notched 10.



The USA is preparing to defend its world title in this age group, open to athletes 21-years-old or younger (born on or after Jan. 1, 1986), at the 2007 FIBA U21 World Championship for Women, held this year June 29-July 8 in Moscow, Russia.



The USA and French U21 squads will meet twice more, at 7:00 p.m. (1:00 p.m. EDT) on June 19 in Antibes, France, and at 7:00 p.m. (1:00 p.m. EDT) on June 21 in La Garde, France. The Americans will remain in Antibes and train through June 25 before traveling to Moscow for the U21 Worlds.



"I think the team worked very hard, obviously we did much better in the third (quarter) defensively," said USA U21 National Team and Duke University (N.C.) head coach Joanne P. McCallie. "Holding them to 31-7 in the third quarter was very significant. I thought we were much nicer, more aggressive in the second half. We?re just going to try to put quarters together. There was one superlative quarter, that was the third, which really made a difference for us. It was a total team effort, I thought everybody got better and I thought we got a little more physical when we needed to. We have to take this and go onto the next one."



The United States, which began practicing in Colorado Springs, Colo., on June 12, got off to a sluggish start as France, after trailing 17-13 at the first quarter break, pulled it even at 36 points at the half. The USA?s struggles produced 17 turnovers in the first half and the squad shot just 33.3 percent from the line (4-12 FTs) during that span.



"After a long day of traveling we were ready to start playing," said Wiggins. "In the first half I think we had to get the kinks out. There were a lot of turnovers, we weren?t really in the flow. Once we got into the flow in the third quarter, we really got things going and opened things up. We really got a lot of confidence in that and I think it sent a message."



However, the USA righted its course and came out of the locker room on an 11-0 tear to start the second half. After allowing a French field goal at 6:30, the American women produced another run that expanded the lead to 60-38 with 13:45 to go in the contest. By the end of the third quarter the lead was 67-43 and the U.S. cruised in for the 82-59 victory.



"Turnovers killed us a lot in the first half," said Bonner. "Everybody?s still trying to get use to playing together, we?re trying to gel and get that chemistry going. I think that once we get the experience with each other we?ll get more and more comfortable as time goes on."



While Bonner, Carson, Vaughn and Wiggins combined for 48 points, Abby Waner (Duke / Highlands Ranch, Colo.) and Courtney Paris (Oklahoma / Piedmont, Calif.) led on the glass with eight and seven rebounds, respectively. Waner passed out a team-best four assists and she and Paris notched four steals apiece.



In contrast to the first half, the United States coughed up the ball just 11 times in the second half. After shooting 47.1 percent (16-34 FGs) from the field in the first half, the USA finished at an even 50.0 percent (30-60 FGs) for the game. The USA, which allowed France to shoot 46.4 percent (13-28 FGs) overall in the first half to stay in the game, held the hosts to 28.6 percent (10-35 FGs) in the second. The USA outrebounded France 54-33.



McCallie is being assisted by collegiate head coaches Sam Dixon of Furman University (S.C.), an assistant to McCallie last summer with the 2006 USA U20 National Team, and Arizona State University?s Charli Turner Thorne.
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AUS - Sapphires begin FIBA U21 World Championship campaign



SYDNEY (FIBA U21 World Championship for Women) - The Australian Women's Under 21 Basketball Team, the Sapphires, departed Australia yesterday bound for a three game pre-World Championship tournament in Madrid, Spain.



The Sapphires will play games against China, Brazil and host nation Spain before heading to Russia on Monday, June 25 for the 2007 FIBA U21 World Championships for Women.



The Sapphires begin their FIBA World Championship campaign against Team USA on Friday, June 29 followed by games against Hungary on Saturday, June 30 and Spain on Sunday, July 1.



After a rest day the Sapphires will play games against Japan and Brazil to complete their pool matches.



All games will be played at the SK Vidnoje Basketball Hall, in Vidnoje Russia, 40kms from the centre of Moscow.



The Sapphires will arrive at the Sydney International Airport at 8pm AEST on Tuesday July 10.



Head Coach Gary Fox, who is also an assistant coach with World Champion defencejobs Opals and members of the team, will be available for comment during the tournament.



Sapphires World Championship team and staff:



Abby BISHOP

Renae CAMINO

Mikaela DOMBKINS

Rebecca DUKE

Cayla FRANCIS

Rachel HERRICK

Kathleen MACLEOD

Jenna O'HEA

Heather OLIVER

Elyse PENALUNA

Chantella PERERA

Rachel WATMAN
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Australia - Opals team named for Asia tour



11-member Australian women's basketball team has been selected to compete in next month's William Jones Tournament and a three-game series against China.



The Opals team includes four members of the 2006 World Championship winning side from Brazil - Emma Randall, Hollie Grima, Jenni Screen and Laura Summerton.



Two-time Olympian and WNBL Life Member Michelle Brogan has also been named.



The William Jones Tournament will be contested by the Opals, Chinese Taipei, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and Athletes in Action from USA from July 11-17 in Taiwan.



The Opals then travel to Shanghai for a three-match series against China on July 19, 21 and 23.



AUSTRALIA: Michelle Brogan, Rohanee Cox, Hollie Grima, Natalie Porter, Alicia Poto, Emma Randall, Sam Richards, Jenni Screen, Deanna Smith, Laura Summerton, Carly Wilson.
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