1990 FIBA World Championship for Women

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1990 FIBA World Championship
for Women
11th FIBA World Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nation Malaysia
Dates July 12 – July 22
Teams 16
Venues 18 (in 12 host cities)
Champions  United States (5th title)
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Brazil Marcari (31.5)  United States (91.1)
Official website
1990 FIBA World Championship for Women
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The 1990 edition of the FIBA World Championship for Women was held in four cities in Malaysia (Kota, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Kuala Lumpur), from July 17 to July 22, 1990. The USA won the tournament ahead of Yugoslavia and Cuba.

Venues[edit]

Squads[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Bulgaria 3 2 1 270 194 +76 5 Advance to Eighth-Final Round
2  Australia 3 2 1 233 163 +70 5
3  Italy 3 2 1 233 177 +56 5 Eliminated
4  Malaysia 3 0 3 131 333 −202 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 12
13:00
Australia  96–27  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 51-10, 45-17
Pts: Thornton 21 Pts: Lew Foo 13
July 12
18:00
Bulgaria  63–67  Italy
Scoring by half: 31-27, 32-40
Pts: Hadjijankova 16 Pts: Fullin 19
July 13
14:00
Malaysia  56–130  Bulgaria
Scoring by half: 29-59, 27-71
Pts: Chin Kim 15 Pts: Hadjijankova 33
July 13
19:00
Italy  59–66  Australia
Scoring by half: 32-31, 27-35
Pts: Pollini 24 Pts: Timms 18
July 14
14:00
Italy  107–48  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 52-20, 55-28
Pts: Pollini 19 Pts: Wan Geok 9
July 14
19:00
Australia  71–77  Bulgaria
Scoring by half: 34-37, 37-40
Pts: Timms 24 Pts: Hadjijankova 25

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Soviet Union 3 3 0 286 199 +87 6 Advance to Eighth-Final Round
2  Canada 3 2 1 202 213 −11 5
3  Brazil 3 1 2 214 248 −34 4 Eliminated
4  Japan 3 0 3 227 269 −42 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 12
13:00
Soviet Union  103–79  Japan
Scoring by half: 53-39, 50-40
Pts: Katō 31 Pts: Zassoulskaia 17
July 12
21:00
Canada  74–56  Brazil
Scoring by half: 28-33, 46-23
Pts: Goodale 18 Pts: Marcari 25
July 13
16:00
Japan  69–75  Canada
Scoring by half: 35-33, 34-42
Pts: Katō 17 Pts: Stammberger 18
July 13
21:00
Soviet Union  95–67  Brazil
Scoring by half: 46-36, 49-31
Pts: Minkh 16 Pts: Arcain 31
July 14
16:00
Brazil  91–79  Japan
Scoring by half: 52-43, 39-36
Pts: Marcari 28 Pts: Mikawa 22
July 14
19:00
Soviet Union  88–53  Canada
Scoring by half: 41-24, 47-29
Pts: Zassoulskaia 15 Pts: Clarke 12

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  United States 3 3 0 279 150 +129 6 Advance to Eighth-Final Round
2  Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 219 183 +36 5
3  South Korea 3 1 2 187 207 −20 4 Eliminated
4  Senegal 3 0 3 126 271 −145 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 12
15:00
United States  106–36  Senegal
Scoring by half: 52-22, 54-14
Pts: Edwards 19 Pts: Diakhaté 9
July 12
21:00
Czechoslovakia  67–60  South Korea
Scoring by half: 41-28, 26-32
Pts: Dobrovicova 17 Pts: Seong 17
July 13
16:00
Senegal  37–93  Czechoslovakia
Scoring by half: 18-34, 19-59
Pts: Mbengue 12 Pts: Vasilkova 22
July 13
21:00
South Korea  55–87  United States
Scoring by half: 34-44, 21-43
Pts: Choi 16 Pts: Edwards 25
July 14
16:00
South Korea  72–53  Senegal
Scoring by half: 34-22, 38-31
Pts: Choi 27 Pts: Mbengue 18
july 14
21:00
United States  86–59  Czechoslovakia
Scoring by half: 50-27, 36-32
Pts: Edwards 15 Pts: Dobrovicova 9

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Yugoslavia 3 3 0 227 177 +50 6 Advance to Eighth-Final Round
2  Cuba 3 2 1 232 219 +13 5
3  China 3 1 2 223 226 −3 4 Eliminated
4  Zaire 3 0 3 149 209 −60 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 12
00:00
Yugoslavia  64–39  Zaire
Scoring by half: 30-19, 34-20
Pts: Golić 12 Pts: Lingenga 8
July 12
00:00
China  84–88  Cuba
Scoring by half: 48-47, 36-41
Pts: Zheng 28 Pts: Hernández 23
July 13
14:00
Zaire  50–69  China
Scoring by half: 19-33, 31-36
Pts: Bompoko 15 Pts: Zheng 15
July 13
19:00
Cuba  68–75  Yugoslavia
Scoring by half: 32-37, 36-38
Pts: Borrell 18 Pts: Mujanovic 25
July 14
14:00
Cuba  76–60  Zaire
Scoring by half: 45-32, 31-28
Pts: Hernandez 20 Pts: Lingenga 16
July 14
21:00
Yugoslavia  88–70  China
Scoring by half: 43-29, 45-41
Pts: Mujanovic 24 Pts: Zheng 30

Quarterfinal Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  United States 3 3 0 258 220 +38 6 Advance to Semi-Finals
2  Cuba 3 2 1 236 237 −1 5
3  Bulgaria 3 1 2 218 237 −19 4 Advance to 5-8th place Semi-Finals
4  Canada 3 0 3 200 235 −35 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 17
16:00
Bulgaria  65–61  Canada
July 17
21:00
United States  87–78  Cuba
July 18
16:00
United States  95–70  Canada
July 18
19:00
Cuba  83–81  Bulgaria
July 19
14:00
Canada  69–75  Cuba
July 19
21:00
Bulgaria  72–93  United States

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Yugoslavia 3 3 0 225 199 +26 6 Advance to Semi-Finals
2  Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 231 214 +17 5
3  Soviet Union 3 1 2 212 206 +6 4 Advance to 5-8th place Semi-Finals
4  Australia 3 0 3 184 233 −49 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 17
14:00
Czechoslovakia  66–81  Yugoslavia
July 17
19:00
Australia  60–70  Soviet Union
July 18
14:00
Soviet Union  79–82  Czechoslovakia
July 18
21:00
Yugoslavia  80–70  Australia
July 19
16:00
Australia  54–83  Czechoslovakia
July 19
19:00
Yugoslavia  64–63  Soviet Union

Groupe C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  South Korea 3 3 0 258 202 +56 6 Advance to 9-12th place Semi-Finals
2  Japan 3 2 1 223 239 −16 5
3  Italy 3 1 2 222 226 −4 4 Advance to 13-16th place Semi-Finals
4  Zaire 3 0 3 197 233 −36 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 17
10:00
South Korea  79–70  Zaire
Scoring by half: 34-34, 45-36
Pts: Seong 19 Pts: Lingenga 20
July 17
16:00
Italy  78–81  Japan
Scoring by half: 40-35, 31-36
Pts: Pollini 25 Pts: Kato 20
July 18
10:00
Zaire  64–74  Italy
Scoring by half: 38-40, 26-34
Pts: Fullin 24 Pts: Lingenga 29
July 18
12:00
Japan  62–98  South Korea
Scoring by half: 30-45, 32-53
Pts: Kakizaki 14 Pts: Choi 24
July 19
10:00
Japan  80–63  Zaire
Scoring by half: 41-30, 39-33
Pts: Mikawa 18 Pts: Mbuyi 15
July 19
14:00
Italy  70–81  South Korea
Scoring by half: 29-38, 41-43
Pts: Fullin 20 Pts: Choi 23

Groupe D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Brazil 3 3 0 318 202 +116 6 Advance to 9-12th place Semi-Finals
2  China 3 2 1 326 204 +122 5
3  Senegal 3 1 2 183 222 −39 4 Advance to 13-16th placeSemi-Finals
4  Malaysia 3 0 3 140 339 −199 3
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Standings
July 17
10:00
Senegal  55–106  China
July 17
14:00
Malaysia  50–143  Brazil
July 18
14:00
China  123–49  Malaysia
July 18
16:00
Brazil  75–55  Senegal
July 19
12:00
Malaysia  41–73  Senegal

July 19
Brazil  100–97  China

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship Bracket[edit]

Semifinals Final
July 21
  United States   87  
  Czechoslovakia  59  
 
July 22
      United States   88
    Yugoslavia  78
Third place
July 21 July 22
  Yugoslavia   74   Czechoslovakia   61
  Cuba  66     Cuba  83

5–8th place Bracket[edit]

5–8th place semifinals Fifth place
July 21
  Soviet Union   80  
  Canada  56  
 
July 22
      Soviet Union   97
    Australia  73
Seventh place
July 21 July 22
  Bulgaria   71   Canada   75
  Australia  73     Bulgaria  56

9–12th place Bracket[edit]

9–12th place semifinals Ninth place
July 21
  South Korea   80  
  China  81  
 
July 22
      China   95
    Brazil  90
Eleventh place
July 21 July 22
  Brazil   100   South Korea   100
  Japan  90     Japan  84

13–16th place Bracket[edit]

13–16th place semifinals Thirteenth place
July 21
  Italy   128  
  Malaysia  60  
 
July 22
      Italy   76
    Senegal  57
Fifteenth place
July 21 July 22
  Senegal   60   Malaysia   46
  Zaire  52     Zaire  88

13–16th place semifinals[edit]

July 21
10:00
Italy  128–60  Malaysia
July 21
12:00
Senegal  60–52  Zaire

9–12th place semifinals[edit]

July 21
14:00
South Korea  80–81  China
July 21
16:00
 Brazil 100–90  Japan

5–8th place semifinals[edit]

July 21
14:00
Bulgaria  71–73  Australia
July 21
16:00
Soviet Union  80–56  Canada

Semi-Finals[edit]

July 21
19:00
United States  87–59  Czechoslovakia
Scoring by half: 48-35, 39-24
Pts: Edwards 23 Pts: Vasilkova 9
July 21
21:00
Yugoslavia  74–66  Cuba
Scoring by half: 37-28, 37-38
Pts: Mujanović 29 Pts: Perdomo 13

Match for 15th place[edit]

July 22
10:00
Malaysia  46–88  Zaire

Match for 13th place[edit]

July 22
12:00
Italy  76–57  Senegal

Match for 11th place[edit]

July 22
14:00
South Korea  100–84  Japan

Match for 9th place[edit]

July 22
16:00
China  95–90  Brazil

Match for 7th place[edit]

July 22
13:00
Canada  75–56  Bulgaria

Match for 5th place[edit]

July 22
15:00
Soviet Union  97–73  Australia

Bronze medal game[edit]

July 22
18:00
Czechoslovakia  61–83  Cuba
Scoring by half: 34-54, 27-31
Pts: Dobrovicová 17 Pts: Hernández 26

Final[edit]

July 22
20:00
United States  88–78  Yugoslavia
Scoring by half: 41-31, 47-47
Pts: McClain 23 Pts: Mujanovic 20

Final ranking[edit]

# Team W-L
Med 1.png United States United States 8-0
Med 2.png Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 7-1
Med 3.png Cuba Cuba 5-2
4. Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 4-4
5. Soviet Union Soviet Union 6-2
6. Australia Australia 3-5
7. Canada Canada 3-5
8. Bulgaria Bulgaria 3-5
9. China China 5-3
10. Brazil Brazil 5-3
11. South Korea South Korea 5-3
12. Japan Japan 2-6
13. Italy Italy 5-3
14. Senegal Senegal 2-6
15. Zaire Zaire 1-7
16. Malaysia Malaysia 0-8

Awards[edit]

 1990 World Championship Winner 

United States
Fifth title

References[edit]