2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women

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2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women
Official website
Website
Tournament details
Host nation Czech Republic
Dates 28 June–6 July
Teams 16 (from 5 federations)
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  United States (3rd title)
MVP Spain Ángela Salvadores
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points Spain Salvadores (19.9)  United States (82.9)
Rebounds South Korea Park (13.4)  Australia
 United States (52.7)
Assists South Korea An (3.9)  Spain (18.0)
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The 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women was an international basketball competition held in Klatovy and Plzeň, Czech Republic, from 28 June to 6 July 2014. It was the third edition of the Under-17 Women's World Championship.

Slovakia were to originally host the championship, but its national federation was suspended by the FIBA Central Board on 7 April. The Slovakian team still participated provided they meet the conditions imposed by FIBA.[1] On 26 May, the FIBA Central Board lifted its suspension, and the national team can still participate. The tournament would still be hosted by the Czech Republic, though.[2]

The United States successfully captured their third title in a row by defeating Spain, in a finals rematch of the last edition, 77–75 in the final.[3]

Qualification[edit]

16 teams were qualified for this edition:

Preliminary round[edit]

The draw was held in Bratislava, Slovakia on 26 February 2014.[6][7]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Hungary 3 3 0 237 226 +11 6
 Czech Republic 3 2 1 217 201 +16 5
 Canada 3 1 2 203 194 +9 4
 South Korea 3 0 3 166 202 −36 3
28 June
18:00
Czech Republic  61–51  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 11–14, 15–11, 13–11, 22–15
Pts: Reisingerová 21
Rebs: Reisingerová 14
Asts: Malečková 6
Pts: Park Ji-su 22
Rebs: Park Ji-su 9
Asts: Park Ji-su 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX), Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM)
28 June
20:15
Canada  73–76 OT  Hungary
Scoring by quarter: 11–20, 16–12, 21–18, 16–14, OT: 9–12
Pts: Carleton 20
Rebs: Carleton 8
Asts: Bailey, Carleton 3
Pts: Dubei 18
Rebs: Kiss 11
Asts: Studer 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE), Kate Webb (ENG), Christian Wilmore (BAH)
29 June
18:00
Hungary  88–85 OT  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 21–22, 14–12, 15–22OT: 12–9
Pts: Dubei 27
Rebs: Kuttor 7
Asts: Weninger 3
Pts: Reisingerová 28
Rebs: Reisingerová 16
Asts: Malečková 7
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Tiara Cruse (USA), Nan Ye (CHN), Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE)
29 June
20:15
South Korea  47–68  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 5–22, 11–15, 20–14, 11–17
Pts: Kim Ye-jim 11
Rebs: Park Ji-su 15
Asts: Lee Ji-woo 4
Pts: Kirkpatrick 16
Rebs: Chandler 8
Asts: Kirkpatrick 6
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Borys Shulga (UKR), Si-Man Alice Lei (MAC), Aliaksandr Strytsa (BLR)
1 July
18:00
Czech Republic  71–62  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 23–14, 15–17, 14–15, 19–16
Pts: Reisingerová 27
Rebs: Reisingerová 15
Asts: Malečková 4
Pts: Carleton 21
Rebs: Carleton 6
Asts: Carleton 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Borys Shulga (UKR), Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Christian Wilmore (BAH)
1 July
20:15
Hungary  73–68  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 24–9, 18–8, 19–30, 12–21
Pts: Kuttor 14
Rebs: Kuttor 19
Asts: Weninger 5
Pts: Park Ji-su 25
Rebs: Park Ji-su 6
Asts: An He-ji 11
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX), Zdenku Zubak (SVK), Kate Webb (ENG)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Spain 3 3 0 231 145 +86 6
 Brazil 3 2 1 193 153 +40 5
 Italy 3 1 2 137 173 −36 4
 Egypt 3 0 3 149 239 −90 3
28 June
13:30
Brazil  87–47  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 17–7, 17–10, 27–17, 26–13
Pts: Carneiro 16
Rebs: de Moura 7
Asts: de Carvalho 6
Pts: Mohamed 14
Rebs: Mohamed 5
Asts: Mohamed 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Aliaksandr Syrytsa (BLR), Si-Man Alice Lei (MAC), Zdenko Zubak (SVK)
28 June
15:45
Spain  71–39  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 25–8, 12–10, 21–8, 13–13
Pts: Salvadores 18
Rebs: Muhate, López 8
Asts: Salvadores 3
Pts: Ciavarella 12
Rebs: Cubaj 7
Asts: Zecchin 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Borys Shulga (UKR), Tiara Cruse (USA), Nan Ye (CHN)
29 June
13:30
Italy  33–54  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 3–4, 2–15, 10–15, 18–20
Pts: Policari 14
Rebs: Porcu 6
Asts: Santucci 3
Pts: de Moura 14
Rebs: Josefino 8
Asts: Alexandrino 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Zdenko Zubak (SVK), Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX)
29 June
15:45
Egypt  54–87  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 9–19, 13–23, 17–27, 15–18
Pts: Selaawi 14
Rebs: Mohamed 6
Asts: Nady 3
Pts: Raventos, Junio 15
Rebs: Conde 5
Asts: Cazorla, Junio 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM), Kate Webb (ENG), Christian Wilmore (BAH)
1 July
13:30
Brazil  52–73  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 15–22, 12–17, 15–17, 10–17
Pts: de Moura 13
Rebs: Alexandrino, de Moura 6
Asts: da Silva 3
Pts: Salvadores 18
Rebs: Salvadores 9
Asts: Salvadores 5
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Nan Ye (CHN), Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE), Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM)
1 July
15:45
Italy  65–48  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 14–7, 20–15, 11–12, 20–14
Pts: Santucci 14
Rebs: Keys, Cubaj 8
Asts: Santucci 5
Pts: Talaat 11
Rebs: Talaat 20
Asts: Talaat 3
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Tiara Cruse (USA), Si-Man Alice LEI (MAC), Aliaksandr Syrytsa (BLR)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Australia 3 3 0 176 139 +37 6
 Japan 3 2 1 160 137 +23 5
 Slovakia 3 1 2 152 143 +9 4
 Mexico 3 0 3 114 183 −69 3
28 June
13:30
Australia  54–46  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 10–10, 17–9, 8–8, 19–19
Pts: Pineau 23
Rebs: Pineau 12
Asts: Tupaea 6
Pts: Endo 13
Rebs: Waki 14
Asts: Mizuno 4
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Markos Michaelides (SUI), Gentian Cici (ALB), Gizella Györgyi (NOR)
28 June
15:45
Mexico  36–54  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 5–12, 6–8, 10–17, 15–17
Pts: Rivera 10
Rebs: Pérez, Huidobro 6
Asts: Pérez 2
Pts: Stašová 12
Rebs: Striesová 10
Asts: Remenarová, Stašová 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), David Romano (ISR)
29 June
13:30
Slovakia  51–58  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 12–19, 16–14, 13–7, 10–18
Pts: Stašová 17
Rebs: Sedlaková 6
Asts: Remenarová, Horvátová 3
Pts: Forcadilla 17
Rebs: Pineau, Forcadilla 6
Asts: Tupaea 5
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Yudith Hodelin (CUB), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Gizella Györgyi (NOR)
29 June
15:45
Japan  65–36  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 17–12, 13–10, 24–10, 11–4
Pts: Mizuno, Nishioka 11
Rebs: Mizuno 7
Asts: Endo 5
Pts: Rivera 8
Rebs: Huidobro 7
Asts: four players 1
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Susana López (ESP), Andreia Silva (ESP), Timoci Sailada (FIJ)
1 July
13:30
Australia  64–42  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 12–15, 15–10, 19–11, 18–6
Pts: Kennedy-Hopoate 10
Rebs: Maley 11
Asts: Sharp 3
Pts: Rodríguez 11
Rebs: Ortíz 4
Asts: V. Mazzocco 2
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: David Romano (ISR), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Yudith Hodelin (CUB)
1 July
15:45
Slovakia  47–49  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 10–10, 14–11, 7–17, 16–11
Pts: Remenarová 13
Rebs: Striesová 7
Asts: Sedlaková, Kováčiková 2
Pts: Nishioka 11
Rebs: Nakada 10
Asts: four players 1
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Maripier Malo (CAN), Gentian Cici (ALB), Juan Fernández (ARG)

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 United States 3 3 0 235 103 +132 6
 France 3 2 1 181 175 +6 5
 China 3 1 2 145 177 −32 4
 Mali 3 0 3 100 206 −106 3
28 June
18:00
United States  69–41  China
Scoring by quarter: 12–4, 14–15, 25–13, 18–9
Pts: Samuelson 22
Rebs: Cox 12
Asts: Ionescu 5
Pts: Wang Haimei, Wang Zhen 10
Rebs: Wang Zhen 6
Asts: Wang Haimei 5
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Susana López (ESP), Maripier Malo (CAN), Timoci Sailada (FIJ)
28 June
20:15
Mali  45–66  France
Scoring by quarter: 8–20, 10–8, 7–27, 20–11
Pts: A. Coulibaly 13
Rebs: M. Coulibaly 7
Asts: N'Diaye 3
Pts: Cammas 18
Rebs: Djaldi-Tabdi 10
Asts: four players 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Yudith Hodelin (CUB), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Andreia Silva (BRA)
29 June
18:00
France  40–88  United States
Scoring by quarter: 11–24, 13–17, 15–21, 1–26
Pts: Chartereau 13
Rebs: Tadic 6
Asts: Duchet 3
Pts: Samuelson 17
Rebs: Cox 8
Asts: Durr 4
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Markos Michaelides (SUI), Gentian Cici (ALB), Juan Fernández (ARG)
29 June
20:15
China  62–33  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 8–5, 15–7, 23–11, 16–10
Pts: Wang Haimei 22
Rebs: Zhang Lingge 9
Asts: Dilana 5
Pts: N'Diaye 11
Rebs: M. Coulibaly 7
Asts: Maiga, O. Dembele 2
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Maripier Malo (CAN), Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), David Romano (ISR)
1 July
18:00
United States  78–22  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 29–6, 21–4, 16–3, 12–9
Pts: Durr 15
Rebs: Boykin 13
Asts: Boykin 5
Pts: M. Coulibaly 9
Rebs: M. Coulibaly 8
Asts: S. Traore 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Markos Michaelides (SUI), Gizella Györgyi (NOR), Timoci Sailada (FIJ)
1 July
20:15
France  75–42  China
Scoring by quarter: 23–11, 20–12, 17–8, 15–11
Pts: Berkani 19
Rebs: Bienvenu 7
Asts: Djaldi-Tabdi 3
Pts: Wang Zhen 10
Rebs: Zhang Lingge, Ha Wenxi 4
Asts: Dilana 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Susana López (ESP),Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), Andreia Silva (BRA)

Final round[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                     
A1   Hungary 100  
B4   Egypt 47  
  A1   Hungary 61  
    C2   Japan 51  
C2   Japan 69
D3   China 44  
  A1   Hungary 63  
  D1   United States 91  
A3   Canada 52  
B2   Brazil 40  
  A3   Canada 45
    D1   United States 86  
C4   Mexico 35
D1   United States 91  
  D1   United States 77
  B1   Spain 75
A2   Czech Republic 61  
B3   Italy 57  
  A2   Czech Republic 61 Third place
    C1   Australia 50  
C1   Australia 72 A1   Hungary 67
D4   Mali 34   A2   Czech Republic 61
  A2   Czech Republic 41
  B1   Spain 73  
A4   South Korea 51  
B1   Spain 80  
  B1   Spain 73
    D2   France 54  
C3   Slovakia 42
D2   France 47  

Round of 16[edit]

2 July
13:30
Canada  52–40  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 13–13, 8–9, 12–12, 19–6
Pts: Carleton 19
Rebs: Yearwood 8
Asts: Kirkpatrick 4
Pts: de Moura 13
Rebs: de Moura 7
Asts: da Silva 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Aliaksandr Syrytsa (BLR), Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX)
2 July
13:30
Australia  72–34  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 11–8, 19–7, 23–8, 19–11
Pts: Kennedy-Hopoate 13
Rebs: Pineau 9
Asts: Sharp, Forcadilla 3
Pts: N'Diaye 15
Rebs: M. Coulibaly 9
Asts: three players 1
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Susana López (ESP), Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), Timoci Sailada (FIJ)
2 July
15:45
Hungary  100–49  Egypt
Scoring by quarter: 27–11, 22–10, 27–15, 24–11
Pts: Dubei 18
Rebs: Kiss 11
Asts: Horváth 7
Pts: Mohamed 17
Rebs: Mohamed 7
Asts: three players 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Zdenko Zubak (SVK), Nan Ye (CHN), Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM)
2 July
15:45
Japan  69–44  China
Scoring by quarter: 14–11, 17–8, 24–16, 14–9
Pts: Nakada 18
Rebs: Nishioka, Nakada 8
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Zhang Manman, Ha Wenxi 11
Rebs: Zhang Lingge 8
Asts: Zhang Manman 2
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Markos Michaelides (SUI)
2 July
18:00
Czech Republic  61–57  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 16–24, 17–15, 12–14, 16–4
Pts: Reisingerová 15
Rebs: Reisingerová 9
Asts: Soukalová 5
Pts: Santucci 15
Rebs: Porcu 7
Asts: Ciavarella 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Borys Shulga (UKR), Kate Webb (ENG), Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE)
2 July
18:00
Slovakia  42–47  France
Scoring by quarter: 14–4, 11–16, 13–10, 4–17
Pts: Remenarová 17
Rebs: Remenarová 11
Asts: Stašová 3
Pts: Bankole 22
Rebs: Chartereau 13
Asts: Bankole 2
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: David Romano (ISR), Gentian Cici (ALB), Gizella Györgyi (NOR)
2 July
20:15
South Korea  51–80  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 12–21, 8–18, 20–26
Pts: Park Ji-su 15
Rebs: Park Ji-su 16
Asts: Park Ji-su 3
Pts: Salvadores 22
Rebs: Salvadores 11
Asts: Cazorla 7
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Tiara Cruse (USA), Si-Man Alice Lei (MAC), Christian Wilmore (BAH)
2 July
20:15
Mexico  35–91  United States
Scoring by quarter: 14–23, 7–36, 9–18, 5–14
Pts: Ortiz 12
Rebs: Taylor 5
Asts: Rodríguez 3
Pts: Ogunbowale 19
Rebs: Samuelson 9
Asts: Ionescu 5
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Maripier Malo (CAN), Yudith Hodelin (CUB), Andreia Silva (BRA)

9th–16th place playoffs[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Ninth place
                           
  B4   Egypt 51  
D3   China (OT) 68  
  D3   China 44  
  B2   Brazil 48  
B2   Brazil 60
  C4   Mexico 44  
    B2   Brazil 68
  A4   South Korea 63
  B3   Italy 44  
D4   Mali 46  
  D4   Mali 68 Eleventh place
  A4   South Korea 76  
A4   South Korea 55 D3   China 61
  C3   Slovakia 40   D4   Mali 27
Semifinals Thirteenth place
5 July
  Egypt  70  
  Mexico  76  
 
6 July
      Mexico  52
    Italy  64
Fifteenth place
5 July 6 July
  Italy  57   Egypt  55
  Slovakia  38     Slovakia  63

9th–16th place quarterfinals[edit]

4 July
09:00
Egypt  51–68  China
Scoring by quarter: 9–14, 10–18, 16–17, 16–19
Pts: Selaawi 16
Rebs: Mohamed 6
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Zhang Lingge 15
Rebs: Zhang Lingge 9
Asts: Zhang Lingge 5
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE), Yudith Hodelin (CUB), Tiara Cruse (USA)
4 July
11:15
Brazil  60–44  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 16–6, 10–11, 17–12, 17–15
Pts: Motta 17
Rebs: de Carvalho 7
Asts: Alexandrino 3
Pts: Rodríguez 11
Rebs: V. Mazzocco 9
Asts: three players 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: David Romano (ISR), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Gizella Györgyi (NOR)
4 July
13:30
Italy  44–46  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 14–7, 9–20, 14–7, 7–12
Pts: Santucci 16
Rebs: Motta, Cubaj 6
Asts: five players 1
Pts: N'Diaye 25
Rebs: A. Coulibaly, M. Coulibaly 10
Asts: five players 1
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Aliaksandr Syrytsa (BLR), Nan Ye (CHN), Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM)
4 July
15:45
South Korea  55–40  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 16–8, 14–9, 10–13, 15–10
Pts: Park Ji-su 19
Rebs: Park Ji-su 18
Asts: An He-ji 4
Pts: Horvátová 8
Rebs: Blanarová 11
Asts: three players 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Susana López (ESP), Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), Timoci Sailada (FIJ)

13th–16th place semifinals[edit]

5 July
09:00
Egypt  70–76 OT  Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 22–24, 13–15, 10–7, 18–17, OT: 7–13
Pts: Selaawi 21
Rebs: Hossam 10
Asts: Amr 5
Pts: Ramos 11
Rebs: Ramos 11
Asts: Rodríguez 3
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Nan Ye (CHN), Christian Wilmore (BAH)
5 July
11:15
Italy  57–38  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 9–9, 16–12, 13–10, 19–7
Pts: Porcu 12
Rebs: Cubaj 11
Asts: Porcu, Santucci 4
Pts: Mištinová 19
Rebs: Sedlaková 12
Asts: Kováčiková 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Markos Michaelides (SUI), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Yudith Hodelin (CUB)

9th–12th place semifinals[edit]

5 July
13:30
China  44–48  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 9–13, 15–10, 11–10, 9–15
Pts: Wang Haimei 12
Rebs: Dilana 6
Asts: Wang Haimei, Zhang Manman 3
Pts: Motta 12
Rebs: Alexandrino 9
Asts: Alexandrino 5
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Maripier Malo (CAN), Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX), Stanislav Kučera (CZE)
5 July
15:45
Mali  68–76  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 12–7, 20–20, 17–27, 19–22
Pts: N'Diaye 28
Rebs: M. Coulibaly 15
Asts: S. Traore 2
Pts: Park Ji-su 20
Rebs: Park Ji-su 15
Asts: Park Gyeon-grim 4
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Ivor Matějek (CZE), Si-Man Alice Lei (MAC), Gentian Cici (ALB)

15th place game[edit]

6 July
09:00
Egypt  55–63  Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 7–12, 14–14, 19–14, 15–23
Pts: Selaawi 19
Rebs: Mohamed 19
Asts: Hossam 4
Pts: Remenarová, Lelkes 14
Rebs: Remenarová 14
Asts: Remenarová, Sedlaková 3
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Ivor Matějek (CZE), Nan Ye (CHN), Kate Webb (ENG)

13th place game[edit]

6 July
11:15
Mexico  52–64  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 10–21, 23–8, 8–5, 11–30
Pts: Ramos 10
Rebs: Ramos 7
Asts: Pérez, Ramos 2
Pts: Santucci 18
Rebs: Keys, Cubaj 6
Asts: Cubaj, Ciavarella 2
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Stanislav Kučera (CZE), Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), Andreia Silva (BRA)

Eleventh place game[edit]

6 July
13:00
China  61–27  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 12–4, 12–10, 14–6, 23–7
Pts: Wang Zhen 17
Rebs: Dilana 10
Asts: Wang Zhen 5
Pts: M. Coulibaly 8
Rebs: O. Dembele 8
Asts: three players 1
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Gizella Györgiy (NOR), Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM)

Ninth place game[edit]

6 July
15:45
Brazil  68–63  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 19–13, 10–20, 26–16
Pts: Carneiro 16
Rebs: de Moura 12
Asts: Carneiro, de Moura 2
Pts: Kim Ji-young, Park Ji-su 19
Rebs: Park Ji-su 14
Asts: An He-ji 5
Zimní stadion Klatovy, Klatovy
Referees: Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE), Yudith Hodelin (CUB), Tiara Cruse (USA)

5th–8th place playoffs[edit]

Semifinals Fifth place
5 July
  Japan  45  
  Canada  46  
 
6 July
      Canada  39
    Australia  69
Seventh place
5 July 6 July
  Australia  65   Japan  65
  France  48     France  60

5–8th place semifinals[edit]

5 July
13:00
Japan  45–46  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 8–8, 12–11, 12–14, 13–13
Pts: Nakada 14
Rebs: Nishioka 13
Asts: Endo 3
Pts: Brewer 17
Rebs: Carleton 9
Asts: four players 2
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Susana López (ESP), Ahmed Al-Bulushi (OMA), Milosav Kaluđerović (MNE)
5 July
15:15
Australia  65–48  France
Scoring by quarter: 17–14, 16–5, 17–13, 14–16
Pts: Bibby 14
Rebs: Sharp 9
Asts: four players 2
Pts: Berkani 10
Rebs: Djaldi-Tabdi 6
Asts: Duchet 4
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Tiara Cruse (USA), Zdenko Zubak (SVK), Gizella Györgyi (NOR)

Seventh place game[edit]

6 July
13:30
Japan  65–60  France
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 15–17, 10–17, 22–16
Pts: Kato 18
Rebs: Akagi 9
Asts: Akagi 4
Pts: Muzet 16
Rebs: Djaldi-Tabdi 13
Asts: Duchet, Berkani 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Aliaksandr Syrytsa (BLR), Hamid Mohamed (LIB), Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX)

Fifth place game[edit]

6 July
15:15
Canada  39–69  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 5–14, 12–17, 10–20, 12–18
Pts: Carleton 11
Rebs: van Leeuwen 7
Asts: Bailey 2
Pts: Maley, Rocci 10
Rebs: Maley 10
Asts: Tupaea 6
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: David Romano (ISR), Si-Man Alice Lei (MAC), Zdenko Zubak (SVK)

Championship[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

4 July
13:00
Hungary  61–51  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 18–7, 6–13, 20–12
Pts: Dubei 16
Rebs: Kuttor 14
Asts: Dubei, Aho 4
Pts: Endo 19
Rebs: Nakada 7
Asts: Endo 2
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Gentian Cici (ALB), Andreia Silva (BRA)
4 July
15:15
Canada  45–86  United States
Scoring by quarter: 5–16, 9–25, 12–27, 19–18
Pts: Brewer, Gilles 9
Rebs: van Leeuwen, Willock 6
Asts: Kirkpatrick 3
Pts: Holmes 24
Rebs: Ogunbowale 8
Asts: Durr 4
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Zdenko Zubak (SVK), Si-Man Alice Lei (MAC), Kate Webb (ENG)
4 July
18:00
Czech Republic  61–50  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 13–16, 12–9, 27–15, 9–10
Pts: Šipová 20
Rebs: Malečková, Šipová 9
Asts: Malečková, Matusková 2
Pts: Tupaea 14
Rebs: Sharp, Maley 10
Asts: Tupaea 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Markos Michaelides (SUI), Hortencia Sanchéz (MEX), Maripier Malo (CAN)
4 July
20:15
Spain  73–54  France
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 15–7, 19–9, 20–17
Pts: Salvadores 18
Rebs: Salvadores 13
Asts: Salvadores 5
Pts: Bankole 14
Rebs: Bankole, Djaldi-Tabdi 7
Asts: Berkani 6
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Borys Shulga (UKR), Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Christian Wilmore (BAH)

Semifinals[edit]

5 July
18:00
Czech Republic  41–73  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 6–21, 9–19, 19–15, 7–18
Pts: Šipová 10
Rebs: Reisingerová 8
Asts: Reisingerová 4
Pts: Cazorla 13
Rebs: I. López 8
Asts: three players 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), David Romano (ISR), Andreia Silva (BRA)
5 July
20:15
Hungary  63–91  United States
Scoring by quarter: 26–32, 13–14, 12–23, 12–22
Pts: Dubei 16
Rebs: Kiss 9
Asts: Weninger 4
Pts: Samuelson 25
Rebs: Anigwe 14
Asts: Durr 6
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Aliaksandr Syrytsa (BLR), Kate Webb (ENG), Sarty Nghixulifwa (NAM)

Third place game[edit]

6 July
18:00
Hungary  67–61  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 13–25, 23–12, 15–11, 16–13
Pts: Kiss 21
Rebs: Kiss 10
Asts: Studer 4
Pts: Reisingerová 13
Rebs: Reisingerová 13
Asts: Reisingerová, Matusková 3
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Markos Michaelides (SUI), Susana López (ESP), Christian Wilmore (BAH)

Final[edit]

6 July
20:15
United States  77–75  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 19–15, 22–25, 19–19
Pts: Cox 20
Rebs: Cox 12
Asts: Durr, Boykin 4
Pts: Salvadores 40
Rebs: Junio 8
Asts: Junio 4
Aréna Slovany, Plzeň
Referees: Petros Papapetrou (GRE), Gentian Cici (ALB), Maripier Malo (CAN)

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  United States 7–0
Silver medal icon.svg  Spain 6–1
Bronze medal icon.svg  Hungary 6–1
4  Czech Republic 4–3
5  Australia 6–1
6  Canada 3–4
7  Japan 4–3
8  France 3–4
9  Brazil 5–2
10  South Korea 2–5
11  China 3–4
12  Mali 1–6
13  Italy 3–4
14  Mexico 1–6
15  Slovakia 2–5
16  Egypt 0–7

Awards[edit]

 2014 Under-17 World Championship for Women Winner 

United States
Third title
Most Valuable Player
Spain Ángela Salvadores[8]
All-Tournament Team
  • Spain Ángela Salvadores
  • United States Katie Samuelson
  • United States Joyner Holmes
  • Hungary Virág Kiss
  • Hungary Debora Dubei

Statistical leaders[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]