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    2019 Fiba U19 World Cup will be held from July 20-28 in Bangkok, Thailand.

    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019

    Preliminary round groups:


    2018 U18 qualifying zones winners are China, Germany, Mali and USA. Group A looks rather weak as compared to the others.

    Reigning champ Russia didn't qualify for this year event. Colombia, Germany and Mozambique are new entries.

    Canada has already announced a 12-player roster, mainly including ex U17 WC team members rather than U18's:
    https://www.basketball.ca/en/news-ar...assessement-ca

    USA Basketball has invited 30 players for May 16-19 tryouts:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...-invitees.aspx

    It's a good mix of U18 and U17 pool players who starred in last year's international events.

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    Default USA 30 player wider squad

    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    2019 Fiba U19 World Cup will be held from July 20-28 in Bangkok, Thailand.

    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19women/2019

    Preliminary round groups:


    2018 U18 qualifying zones winners are China, Germany, Mali and USA. Group A looks rather weak as compared to the others.

    Reigning champ Russia didn't qualify for this year event. Colombia, Germany and Mozambique are new entries.

    Canada has already announced a 12-player roster, mainly including ex U17 WC team members rather than U18's:
    https://www.basketball.ca/en/news-ar...assessement-ca

    USA Basketball has invited 30 players for May 16-19 tryouts:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...-invitees.aspx

    It's a good mix of U18 and U17 pool players who starred in last year's international events.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...or-a-gold-rush

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    Australia May 5-7 tryouts squad:
    https://australia.basketball/blog/20...-19-world-cup/

    Though finishing just third at the Asia-Pac qualifier, Gems can rely on a large pool players including ex U17 WC team Heal, Palmer, Emma-Nnopu, Scanlon etc.

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    Australia roster narrowed to 17 and final squad to be named in early June.
    https://australia.basketball/blog/20...election-camp/

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    US team named:

    Francesca Belibi (Regis H.S.)
    Aliyah Boston (Worcester Academy, H.S.)
    Cameron Brink (Southridge H.S.)
    Paige Bueckers (Hopkins H.S.)
    Caitlin Clark (Dowling Catholic H.S.)
    Queen Egbo (Baylor U.)
    Naz Hillmon-Baker (Michigan U.)
    Rhyne Howard (U. Kentucky)
    Jordan Nixon (Notre Dame)
    NaLyssa Smith (Baylor U.)
    Celeste Taylor (Long Island Lutheran, H.S.)
    Hailey Van Lith (Cashmere H.S.)

    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...eam-named.aspx

    Some surprise here, as just three 2018 U18 players have been confirmed and the roster looks more built around U17/16 previous squads. However, 2018 U17 WC All-Five and #1 HS recruit Haley Jones didn't make the cut, while U17 MVP Jordan Horston didn't attend the trials.

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    Last moment change on US team roster, Fw NaLyssa Smith (Baylor) out, G Diamond Miller (HS/Maryland) in. Though Miller already played internationally with the U16 team, the new roster w/out Smith is losing size and the best scorer from the U18 team, while just four players with college experience are remaining.

    https://www.usab.com/womens/u19/roster.aspx

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    Ashley Joens, former member of the 2018 U18 US team to replace injured Jordan Nixon.

    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...19-roster.aspx

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    Germany final roster announced:
    Emily Bessoir
    Helena Eckerle
    Leonie Fiebich
    Julia Förner
    Eléa Gaba
    Luisa Geiselsöder
    Meret Kleine-Beek
    Magdalena Landwehr
    Pauline Mayer
    Marie Reichert
    Nina Rosemeyer
    Jessika Schiffer

    https://www.basketball-bund.de/u19w-...-kader-1100062

    Notably missing is 2018 U18 Fiba Euro MVP Nyara Sabally, who probably is still in rehab from the knee surgery she underwent last September.
    As many as eight finalists are currently playing at the U18 Fiba Euro and will have just few days to recover from fatigue.
    Germany is planned to play USA in pre WC friendly on July 18.

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    Argentina team:
    Sofía Acevedo
    Sol Castro
    Florencia Chagas
    Brenda Fontana
    María Victoria Fux
    Victoria Gauna
    Candela Gentinetta
    Lucía Operto
    Laila Raviolo
    Camila Suarez
    Martina Torres
    Sofía Wolf

    Argentina is already in place and played Thailand in a friendly winning 67-50 (Castro 16, Chagas 14). South Americans are planned to play three more friendlies.

    Australia roster:
    https://australia.basketball/blog/20...-19-world-cup/

    Canada:
    https://www.basketball.ca/en/news-ar...19-womens-bask

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    Latvia roster:
    https://basket.lv/izlases/sievietes-...asaules-kausam

    Four players from the recent U18 Fiba Euro have joined the team, i.e. Indrike, Klescova, Meldere and Nulle. Latvia will play a pre-tournament friendly with Australia.

    In their second exhibition, Argentina women lost yesterday to Canada 64-53, with Sol Castro and Florencia Chagas again high scorers.

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    Latvia without their best player in this age A.Gulbe . Big loss.

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    Spain final roster:

    PG - Laura Piera, Mama Dembele, Mamen Blanco
    SG - Esther Castedo, Helena Pueyo
    SF - Alba Sanchez Ramos, Anna Palma, Carla Flores
    PF - Aixa Wone, Carla Balagué
    C - Lola Pendande, Nerea Hermosa

    http://www.feb.es/2019/7/17/balonces...dia/79172.aspx

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    Isobel Palmer and Ashlee Hannan injured in the lead up for Australia it seems.

    Squad is now...

    5’6 Shyla Heal / 5’9 Lily Scanlon
    5’9 Jasmine Shelley / 5’10 Miela Goodchild / 5’11 Chelsea D’Angelo
    6’1 Gemma Potter / 6’2 Samantha Simons
    6’0 Agnes Emma-Nnopu / 6’1 Alexandra Fowler / 6’1 Ula Motuga
    6’2 Isabelle Bourne / 6’4 Isobel Anstey

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    US won two scrimmages, yesterday over Argentina 74-48 and today vs Germany 71-44. No scores available.

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    USA-Australia opener a championship preview? Seems like a thin field otherwise.
    Last edited by JGX; 07-19-2019 at 03:24 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedfan
    Most ppl get childish when they lose.
    Quote Originally Posted by GuTO
    refs in games of Spain walks with literally poop in his pants afraid of the Spanish players

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    Australia played a strong tune-up tournament last weekend competing in Nice, FRA, against U20 teams. Gems beat Belgium 59-44 and Russia 81-76, losing to eventual winner France 67-57.

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    Belgium roster finalized after adding three players from the U18 team:
    http://www.basketballbelgium.be/fr/team/u19-cats/
    http://www.basketballbelgium.be/fr/n...ont-a-bangkok/

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    US beat Australia 79-56. Really struggled to put the ball in the basket most of the game, but a strong five minutes at the start of the second half opened up a comfortable lead. Played good defense against the Australian bigs, and held Shelley and Scanlon, who combined for 23 first-half points, scoreless in the second half.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedfan
    Most ppl get childish when they lose.
    Quote Originally Posted by GuTO
    refs in games of Spain walks with literally poop in his pants afraid of the Spanish players

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