2012 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women

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 FIBA Under-17 Women's Basketball World Cup
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Tournament details
Host nationNetherlands
DatesAugust 17 – 26
Teams12 
(from 5 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions United States
(2nd title)
MVPUnited States Diamond DeShields
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Belgium Ben Abdelkader (19.4)  United States (90.8)
Rebounds Turkey Coklar (11.9)  United States (60.4)
Assists United States Allen (4.1)  United States (17.0)
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The 2012 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women was an international basketball competition held in Amsterdam, Netherlands from August 17–26, 2012. It was the second edition of the Under-17 World Championships.

After their win last year, the United States successfully defended their title by defeating Spain 75–62 in the final.[1]

Qualification[edit]

12 teams were qualified for this edition.[2]

Groups[edit]

Group A Group B

 Belgium
 Canada
 Italy
 South Korea
 Mali
 United States

 Australia
 Brazil
 Japan
 Netherlands
 Spain
 Turkey

Preliminary round[edit]

The draw was held on 10 February 2012 at Amsterdam, Netherlands.[3]

All Times are local (UTC+2).

Group A[edit]

Advance to the quarterfinals
Relegated to 9th-12th place classification playoffs
Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 United States 5 5 0 478 257 +221 10
 Italy 5 4 1 320 273 +47 9
 Canada 5 3 2 303 302 +1 8
 Belgium 5 2 3 311 287 +24 7
 South Korea 5 1 4 332 429 −97 6
 Mali 5 0 5 207 403 −196 5
August 17
09:00
Mali  45–81  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 13–23, 8–24, 16–19, 8–15
Pts: Maiga 14
Rebs: Diallo 10
Asts: four players 1
Pts: Abdelkader 25
Rebs: Grzesinski 11
Asts: Nauerlaers, Abdelkader 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Marcos Ferriera (BRA), Gillian Martindale (BAR), Neil Wilkinson (ENG)
August 17
15:45
Canada  55–68  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 16–17, 7–18, 18–15
Pts: Nurse 20
Rebs: Grant-Allen 12
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Peresson 18
Rebs: Barberis, Penna 6
Asts: Zandalasini 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED)
August 17
21:15
South Korea  89–131  United States
Scoring by quarter: 30–37, 19–33, 18–27, 22–34
Pts: Kim Hee-Jin 18
Rebs: Kim Hee-Jin 5
Asts: Shin Jih-Yun, Lee Seon-Young 4
Pts: Greenwell 23
Rebs: Turner, Reimer 10
Asts: Allen, Greenwell 7
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Marcin Kowalski (POL), Tan Chin Siong (MAS), Annie Muchenu (ZIM)
August 18
12:15
Italy  71–31  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 18–5, 13–7, 14–6, 26–13
Pts: Peresson 14
Rebs: Barberis 6
Asts: Peresson 8
Pts: Maiga 9
Rebs: Keita 6
Asts: Keita 2
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Milija Vojinović (SRB), Annie Muchenu (ZIM), Julio Freile (PAN)
August 18
16:45
Belgium  84–53  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 24–15, 15–13, 28–6, 17–19
Pts: Abdelkader 29
Rebs: Mpoyi, Medjo 12
Asts: Allemannd 6
Pts: Shin Jih-Yun, Yang In-Young 11
Rebs: Park Ji-Su 10
Asts: Shin Jih-Yun 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED)
August 18
21:15
United States  86–47  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 18–12, 23–12, 17–14, 28–9
Pts: DeShields 29
Rebs: Davis 9
Asts: Allen, DeShields 4
Pts: Nurse 8
Rebs: Caron-Goudreau, Potter 7
Asts: Nurse, Jardine 2
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Boris Gabara (SVK), Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Marcos Ferreira (BRA)
August 19
12:15
South Korea  76–61  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 29–16, 19–15, 8–21, 20–9
Pts: Kim Hee-Jin, Park Ji-Su 19
Rebs: Yang In-Young 8
Asts: An He-Ji 8
Pts: Dakouo 13
Rebs: Keita 12
Asts: Djire 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Renaud Geller (BEL), Toni Caldwell (AUS)
August 19
16:45
United States  83–43  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 25–13, 18–8, 24–9, 16–15
Pts: Greenwell 16
Rebs: Russell 11
Asts: DeShields 7
Pts: Marangoni 8
Rebs: Ercoli 8
Asts: Marangoni 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Marcos Ferreira (BRA), Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED), Gillian Martindale (BAR)
August 19
21:15
Canada  50–45  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 8–6, 11–5, 16–20
Pts: Wolfram 12
Rebs: Grant-Allen 9
Asts: Caron-Goudreau 2
Pts: three players 9
Rebs: Lemmens, Linskens 6
Asts: Ben Abdelkader 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Marcin Kowalski (POL), Milija Vojinović (SRB), Pualani Spurlock (USA)
August 21
10:00
Italy  79–53  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 16–13, 24–16, 22–13
Pts: Penna 13
Rebs: Penna 11
Asts: Marangoni 6
Pts: Park Ji-Su 12
Rebs: Park Ji-Su 15
Asts: An He-Ji, Park Ji-Eun 2
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Fernando Rocha (POR), Marcos Ferreira (BRA)
August 21
12:15
Mali  42–77  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 6–26, 15–20, 6–22, 15–9
Pts: Keita 11
Rebs: Keita 8
Asts: Keita 3
Pts: Nurse 14
Rebs: Potter 10
Asts: Colley 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED), Toni Caldwell (AUS), Tan Chin Siong (MAS)
August 21
14:30
Belgium  50–80  United States
Scoring by quarter: 15–19, 9–21, 19–18, 7–22
Pts: Grzesinski 10
Rebs: Ben Abdelkader 8
Asts: Ben Abdelkader 4
Pts: Greenwell 17
Rebs: DeShields 11
Asts: Harper 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Julio Feile (PAN), Annie Muchenu (ZIM)
August 22
10:00
United States  98–28  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 23–6, 31–5, 18–6, 26–11
Pts: three players 13
Rebs: Washington 10
Asts: Allen 7
Pts: Keita 10
Rebs: Dakouo 11
Asts: Fomba 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED), Gillian Martindale (BAR)
August 22
12:35
Belgium  51–59  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 9–16, 21–17, 13–14, 8–12
Pts: Ben Abdelkader 13
Rebs: Linskens 8
Asts: five players 1
Pts: Penna 15
Rebs: Penna 13
Asts: Proro 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Boris Gabara (SVK), Tan Chin Siong (MAS), Toni Caldwell (AUS)
August 22
14:30
Canada  74–61  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 12–21, 24–9, 23–19
Pts: Grant-Allen 14
Rebs: Grant-Allen 13
Asts: Nurse 5
Pts: Kim Hee-Jin 18
Rebs: Park Ji-Su 8
Asts: Kim Si-On 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Marcos Ferreira (BRA), Julio Freile (PAN)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Japan 5 4 1 397 378 +19 9 1–0
 Netherlands 5 4 1 308 274 +34 9 0–1
 Spain 5 3 2 337 279 +58 8 1–0
 Australia 5 3 2 330 300 +30 8 0–1
 Brazil 5 1 4 263 339 −76 6
 Turkey 5 0 5 287 352 −65 5
August 17
11:15
Japan  92–71  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 30–21, 19–22, 26–12
Pts: Nakamura 21
Rebs: Mawuli 12
Asts: Miyazaki 4
Pts: Sangalli 23
Rebs: Domingos 6
Asts: Lucchini, Domingos 2
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Julio Freile (PAN), Heba El Hadidy (EGY)
August 17
13:30
Australia  49–65  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 16–13, 17–12, 3–23, 13–17
Pts: Mangakahia 10
Rebs: Collins 9
Asts: Mangakahia 3
Pts: Rodriguez 19
Rebs: Pujol 10
Asts: Romero 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Pualani Spurlock (USA), Renaud Geller (BEL)
August 17
19:00
Turkey  60–67  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 11–17, 16–20, 16–13, 17–17
Pts: Coklar 22
Rebs: Coklar 14
Asts: Coklar 4
Pts: Slim 21
Rebs: Hof 8
Asts: Kuijt 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Boris Gabara (SVK), Milija Vojinović (SRB), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)
August 18
10:00
Brazil  46–56  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 15–11, 9–13, 9–19, 13–13
Pts: Ribeiro 13
Rebs: three players 9
Asts: Lucchini, Pereira 3
Pts: Mangakahia 16
Rebs: Mangakahia 12
Asts: Mangakahia 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Marcin Kowalski (POL), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)
August 18
14:30
Spain  77–49  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 19–10, 24–11, 18–14, 16–14
Pts: Romero 15
Rebs: Quevedo 12
Asts: Lizarazu 5
Pts: Akbas 13
Rebs: Akbas 6
Asts: Atas 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Karen Lasuik (CAN), Gillian Martindale (BAR)
August 18
19:00
Netherlands  53–73  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 8–18, 15–12, 16–20, 14–23
Pts: Vos 12
Rebs: Kempers 9
Asts: Guijt 3
Pts: Nakamura 22
Rebs: Hatakenaka, Mawuli 7
Asts: Yamada, Mawuli 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Pualani Spurlock (USA), Renaud Geller (BEL), Tan Chin Siong (MAS)
August 19
10:00
Brazil  42–79  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 11–23, 13–7, 9–31, 9–18
Pts: Domingos 9
Rebs: Soares 8
Asts: Pereira 3
Pts: Rodriguez 14
Rebs: Sole 9
Asts: Pujol 6
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Boris Gabara (SVK), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR), Tan Chin Siong (MAS)
August 19
14:30
Japan  83–75  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 21–21, 27–14, 13–28, 22–12
Pts: Nakamura 20
Rebs: Nakamura 9
Asts: Yamada 3
Pts: Atas, Coklar 20
Rebs: Coklar 13
Asts: Atas, Coklar 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Annie Muchenu (ZIM)
August 19
19:00
Australia  62–70  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 7–27, 20–12, 19–16, 16–15
Pts: Panousis 23
Rebs: Scherf 9
Asts: Turner 4
Pts: Cornelius 28
Rebs: Cornelius, de Jonge 8
Asts: Cornelius 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Karen Lasuik (CAN), Julio Freile (PAN)
August 21
16:45
Spain  79–83  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 19–19, 23–22, 16–22
Pts: Romero 22
Rebs: Quevedo 11
Asts: Romero 5
Pts: Yamada 20
Rebs: Mawuli 15
Asts: Miyazaki 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Marcin Kowalski (POL), Milija Vojinović (SRB), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)
August 21
19:00
Netherlands  62–42  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 19–8, 10–17, 21–6, 12–11
Pts: Slim 19
Rebs: Slim 13
Asts: de Jonge 4
Pts: Soares 12
Rebs: Domingos 6
Asts: four players 2
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Karen Lasuik (CAN), Pualani Spurlock (USA)
August 21
21:15
Turkey  53–63  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 10–18, 13–15, 14–19
Pts: Coklar 15
Rebs: Coklar 11
Asts: Akbas 3
Pts: Mangakahia, Brown 13
Rebs: Brown 14
Asts: Panousis 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Boris Gabara (SVK), Renaud Geller (BEL), Gillian Martindale (BAR)
August 22
16:45
Brazil  62–50  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 14–15, 18–20, 20–9, 10–6
Pts: Sangalli 16
Rebs: Soares 13
Asts: Pereira 4
Pts: Coklar 17
Rebs: Coklar 16
Asts: Atas 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Renaud Geller (BEL), Karen Lasuik (CAN), Pualani Spurlock (USA)
August 22
19:00
Netherlands  56–37  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 8–10, 13–6, 16–15, 19–6
Pts: three players 9
Rebs: Hof 8
Asts: Zappeij 3
Pts: Navarro 8
Rebs: Lizarazu 7
Asts: Lizarazu 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Marcin Kowalski (POL), Annie Muchenu (ZIM)
August 22
21:15
Australia  100–66  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 17–20, 25–14, 32–16, 26–16
Pts: Smith 20
Rebs: Brown 9
Asts: Panousis 5
Pts: Miki 10
Rebs: Akaho, Tanaka 7
Asts: Morita 6
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Milija Vojinović (SRB), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
August 24 – Amsterdam
 
 
 United States89
 
August 25 – Amsterdam
 
 Australia68
 
 United States84
 
August 24 – Amsterdam
 
 Canada59
 
 Netherlands55
 
August 26 – Amsterdam
 
 Canada56
 
 United States75
 
August 24 – Amsterdam
 
 Spain62
 
 Italy39
 
August 25 – Amsterdam
 
 Spain67
 
 Spain91
 
August 24 – Amsterdam
 
 Japan62 Third place
 
 Belgium64
 
August 26 – Amsterdam
 
 Japan70
 
 Canada84
 
 
 Japan77
 

Quarterfinals[edit]

August 24
14:30
Italy  39–67  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 10–13, 9–13, 11–18, 9–23
Pts: Penna 8
Rebs: Ercoli 8
Asts: Zagni 2
Pts: Quevedo 19
Rebs: Lo, Quevedo 9
Asts: Romero 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Pualani Spurlock (USA)
August 24
16:45
Japan  70–64  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 28–18, 14–8, 13–20, 15–18
Pts: Yamada 21
Rebs: Mawuli 16
Asts: four players 2
Pts: Abdelkader 19
Rebs: Mpoyi, Grzesinski 8
Asts: de Korte, Allemannd 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Karen Lasuik (CAN), Marcos Ferreira (BRA)
August 24
19:00
Netherlands  55–56  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 9–12, 17–10, 13–14, 16–20
Pts: de Jonge 13
Rebs: Zappeij 8
Asts: three players 3
Pts: Nurse 18
Rebs: Grant-Allen 12
Asts: Colley 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Marcin Kowalski (POL), Gillian Martindale (BAR)
August 24
21:15
United States  89–68  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 19–24, 22–13, 24–14, 24–17
Pts: DeShields 19
Rebs: Russell 14
Asts: Reimer 3
Pts: Mangakahia 21
Rebs: Brown 11
Asts: Panousis 6
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Boris Gabara (SVK), Julio Freile (PAN), Tan Chin Siong (MAS)

Semifinals[edit]

August 25
19:00
Canada  59–84  United States
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 16–19, 8–18, 19–25
Pts: Nurse, Wolfram 14
Rebs: Grant-Allen 7
Asts: Nurse 3
Pts: Harper 11
Rebs: Greenwell 12
Asts: Allen 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED), Boris Gabara (SVK), Toni Caldwell (AUS)
August 25
21:15
Spain  91–62  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 26–16, 19–20, 23–15, 23–11
Pts: Romero 27
Rebs: Lo 9
Asts: Romero 5
Pts: Yamada 14
Rebs: Mawuli 8
Asts: Miyazaki 10
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Renaud Geller (BEL), Marcos Ferreira (BRA)

Bronze medal game[edit]

August 26
13:30
Canada  84–77  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 23–20, 17–31, 28–12, 16–14
Pts: Potter 17
Rebs: Wolfram 15
Asts: Nurse, Colley 4
Pts: Nakamura 27
Rebs: Nakamura 13
Asts: Mawuli, Yamada 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Milija Vojinović (SRB), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)

Final[edit]

August 26
16:00
United States  75–62  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 22–8, 18–23, 18–17, 17–14
Pts: three players 13
Rebs: Greenwell 12
Asts: Allen 6
Pts: Lizarazu 19
Rebs: Arrojo 12
Asts: Romero 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Karen Lasuik (CAN)

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

 
Semi-finalsFifth place
 
      
 
August 25 – Amsterdam
 
 
 Australia82
 
August 26 – Amsterdam
 
 Netherlands58
 
 Australia58
 
August 25 – Amsterdam
 
 Italy49
 
 Italy63
 
 
 Belgium55
 
Seventh place
 
 
August 26 – Amsterdam
 
 
 Netherlands65
 
 
 Belgium70

Semifinals[edit]

August 25
14:30
Italy  63–55  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 9–8, 17–17, 14–11, 23–19
Pts: Tagliamento 18
Rebs: Vanin 11
Asts: Porro, Barberis 2
Pts: Ben Abdelkader 24
Rebs: Ben Abdelkader 9
Asts: De Baets 4
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Spyridon Gontas (GRE), Marcin Kowalski (POL), Annie Muchenu (ZIM)
August 25
16:45
Netherlands  58–82  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 19–23, 13–23, 15–21
Pts: de Jonge 14
Rebs: Noiba, Hof 7
Asts: de Jonge 3
Pts: Mangakahia 18
Rebs: Froling 8
Asts: Mangakahia 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Neil Wilkinson (ENG), Milija Vojinović (SRB), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)

Seventh place playoff[edit]

August 26
09:00
Netherlands  65–70  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 12–20, 21–8, 9–18, 23–24
Pts: Slim 23
Rebs: Ndiba 11
Asts: de Jonge, Ndiba 2
Pts: Ben Abdelkader 29
Rebs: Mpoyi 9
Asts: Allemannd 9
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Fernando Rocha (POR), Tan Chin Siong (MAS), Marcos Ferreira (BRA)

Fifth place playoff[edit]

August 26
11:15
Australia  58–49  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 14–9, 19–11, 18–15, 7–14
Pts: Froling 12
Rebs: Panousis 13
Asts: Brown 2
Pts: Penna 12
Rebs: Penna 9
Asts: Proro 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Marcin Kowalski (POL), Pualani Sprulock (USA), Gillian Martindale (BAR)

9th–12th playoffs[edit]

 
Semi-finalsNinth place
 
      
 
August 25 – Amsterdam
 
 
 South Korea82
 
August 26 – Amsterdam
 
 Turkey79
 
 South Korea57
 
August 25 – Amsterdam
 
 Mali39
 
 Mali58
 
 
 Brazil51
 
Eleventh place
 
 
August 26 – Amsterdam
 
 
 Turkey61
 
 
 Brazil66

Semifinals[edit]

August 24
10:00
South Korea  82–79  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 18–17, 14–22, 31–20
Pts: Shin Jih-Yun 21
Rebs: Park Ji-Su 14
Asts: Shin Jih-Yun 4
Pts: Gülcan 21
Rebs: Coklar 16
Asts: Atas 6
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Milija Vojinović (SRB), Anthonie Sinterniklaas (NED), Toni Caldwell (AUS)
August 24
12:15
Brazil  51–58  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 12–13, 8–15, 21–12, 10–18
Pts: Sangalli 11
Rebs: Soares 17
Asts: Sangalli, Pereira 3
Pts: N'Diaye 18
Rebs: Fomba 10
Asts: Djire 2
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Renaud Geller (BEL), Annie Muchnu (ZIM), Kim Bo-Hui (KOR)

Eleventh place playoff[edit]

August 25
10:00
Turkey  61–66  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 14–14, 16–19, 17–12, 14–21
Pts: Atas, Gülcan 18
Rebs: Coklar 9
Asts: Akbas, Coklar 3
Pts: dos Reis 18
Rebs: Soares 14
Asts: Pereira 5
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Nicolas Maestre (FRA), Gillian Martindale (BAR), Tan Chin Siong (MAS)

Ninth place playoff[edit]

August 25
12:15
South Korea  57–39  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 5–13, 15–7, 24–7, 13–12
Pts: Park Ji-Su 12
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: An He-Ji 6
Pts: Maiga 21
Rebs: Keita 22
Asts: N'Diaye, Fomba 3
Sporthallen Zuid, Amsterdam
Referees: Karen Lasuik (CAN), Pualani Spurlock (USA), Marcos Ferreira (BRA)

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  United States 8–0
Silver medal icon.svg  Spain 5–3
Bronze medal icon.svg  Canada 5–3
4th  Japan 5–3
5th  Australia 5–3
6th  Italy 5–3
7th  Belgium 3–5
8th  Netherlands 4–4
9th  South Korea 3–4
10th  Mali 1–6
11th  Brazil 2–5
12th  Turkey 0–7

Awards[edit]

 2012 Under-17 World Championship for Women Winner 

United States
Second title
Most Valuable Player
United States Diamond DeShields

All-Tournament Team

  • United States Diamond DeShields
  • United States Linnae Harper
  • Spain Leticia Romero
  • Japan Yunika Nakamura
  • Japan Evelyn Mawuli

Statistical leaders[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIBA U17W - USA Golden again, undefeated again". fiba.com. 2011-12-26. Archived from the original on 2012-09-06. Retrieved 2012-08-26.
  2. ^ "FIBA – Fields set for U17 World Championships". fiba.com. 2011-12-26. Archived from the original on 2015-01-18. Retrieved 2012-05-05.
  3. ^ "FIBA – Groups set for U17 Women following Amsterdam draw". fiba.com. 2012-09-10.

External links[edit]