2009 FIBA Americas Championship for Women

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FIBA Americas Championship
for Women 2009
10th FIBA American Women's
Basketball Championship
Official logo of the FIBA Americas Championship 2009
Tournament details
Host nation Brazil
Dates September 23 – September 27
Teams (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Brazil (4th title)
MVP Brazil Adrianinha Pinto
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Venezuela Ofelia Villarroel (19)  Brazil (82)
Rebounds Venezuela Ofelia Villarroel (10)  Brazil (47)
Assists Brazil Adrianinha Pinto (4.6)  Brazil (22.6)
Official website
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The FIBA Americas Championship for Women 2009 is the continental championships held by FIBA Americas for North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. The championship will serve as a qualifying tournament for the 2010 FIBA World Championship for Women in the Czech Republic. The tournament will be held on Ginásio Aecim Tocantins in Cuiabá, Brazil from September 23 to September 27.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Brazil 6 3 0 1.000 260 141 +119
 Canada 5 2 1 0.667 218 155 +63
 Puerto Rico 4 1 2 0.333 174 192 −18
 Dominican Republic 3 0 3 0.000 143 307 −164
September 23
17:00
Dominican Republic  37–103  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 13–25, 7–30, 8–22, 9–26

September 23
19:00
Puerto Rico  34–78  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 10–22, 8–21, 12–18, 4–17

September 24
15:00
Canada  70–57  Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 11–13, 21–14, 15–13, 23–17

September 24
19:30
Brazil  121–62  Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 36–22, 30–19, 30–16, 25–5

September 25
15:00
Puerto Rico  83–44  Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 22–14, 21–18, 23–10, 17–12

September 25
19:30
Canada  45–61  Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 10–17, 8–9, 16–19, 11–16

Group B[edit]

Team Pts. W L PCT PF PA Diff
 Argentina 6 3 0 1.000 234 203 +31
 Cuba 5 2 1 0.667 270 200 +70
 Chile 4 1 2 0.333 194 225 −31
 Venezuela 3 0 3 0.000 189 259 −70
September 23
15:00
Chile  60–94  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 17–28, 10–13, 16–29, 17–24

September 23
21:00
Venezuela  65–87  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 17–27, 9–21, 20–14

September 24
17:15
Argentina  62–57  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 16–8, 12–23, 13–14, 18–12

September 24
21:45
Cuba  95–55  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 30–17, 16–10, 24–13, 25–15

September 25
17:15
Chile  77–69  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 20–15, 16–19, 16–21, 25–14

September 25
21:45
Argentina  85–81 (OT)  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 19–17, 18–19, 20–23, 15–13, Overtime: 13–9

Knockout stage[edit]

Championship Bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
September 26
  Brazil  79  
  Cuba  59  
 
September 27
      Brazil  71
    Argentina  48
Third place
September 26 September 27
  Argentina  63   Cuba  49
  Canada  53     Canada  59 (OT)
5th place bracket
Semi-finals Fifth place
September 26
  Puerto Rico  74  
  Venezuela  53  
 
September 27
      Puerto Rico  61
    Chile  49
Seventh place
September 26 September 27
  Chile  72   Venezuela  87 (OT)
  Dominican Republic  58     Dominican Republic  82

Classification 5–8[edit]

September 26
15:00
Puerto Rico  74–53  Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 11–20, 25–12, 23–13, 15–8
Pts: M. Martinez 24
Rebs: M. Martinez 8
Asts: L. Gonzalez 4
Pts: C. Blanco 11
Rebs: O. Villarroel 10
Asts: O. Villarroel 3

September 26
17:15
Chile  72–58  Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 17–12, 12–8, 23–21
Pts: Z. Morrison 19
Rebs: T. Gomez 10
Asts: J. Novion 9
Pts: A. Paniagua 15
Rebs: S. Monsac 14
Asts: S. Monsac 5

Semi finals[edit]

September 26
19:30
Brazil  79–59  Cuba
Scoring by quarter: 21–13, 15–17, 27–16, 16–13
Pts: H. Luz 24
Rebs: A. Santos 8
Asts: A. Pinto 5
Pts: O. Gelis 11
Rebs: M. Cepeda 7
Asts: Romero and Fernández 3 each

September 26
21:45
Argentina  63–53  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 19–10, 9–12, 14–15, 21–16
Pts: M. Paoletta 15
Rebs: E. Sanchez 9
Asts: P. Gatti 4
Pts: T. Gabriele 13
Rebs: K. Smith 7
Asts: Achonwa and Chapdelaine 2 each

Seventh place game[edit]

September 27
14:30
Venezuela  87–82 (OT)  Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 11–17, 30–22, 18–15, Overtime: 13–8
Pts: O. Villarroel 28
Rebs: O. Villarroel 10
Asts: M. Requeña 4
Pts: S. Monsac 28
Rebs: S. Monsac 13
Asts: Monsac, Frias and Paniagua 4 each

Fifth place game[edit]

September 27
16:30
Puerto Rico  61–49  Chile
Scoring by quarter: 19–12, 13–20, 16–6, 13–11
Pts: M. Martinez 21
Rebs: E. Vargas 11
Asts: C. Valentin 4
Pts: T. Gomez 20
Rebs: T. Gomez 14
Asts: Quintana, Novion and Moya 2 each

Third place game[edit]

September 27
18:30
Cuba  49–59 (OT)  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 13–16, 8–12, 19–6, 8–14Overtime: 1–11
Pts: S. Avila 13
Rebs: M. Cepeda 11
Asts: Gelis and Soria 2 each
Pts: T. Gabriele 15
Rebs: T. Gabriele 11
Asts: T. Gabriele 3

Final[edit]

September 27
20:30
Brazil  71–48  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 7–13, 18–8, 25–14, 21–13
Pts: S. Rocha 18
Rebs: A. Santos 16
Asts: S. Rocha 4
Pts: E. Sanchez 13
Rebs: Sanchez and Pavon 5 each
Asts: S. Pavon 1
Ginásio Aecim Tocantins, Cuiabá
Attendance: 13.000


 2009 Women's Americas Winners 

Brazil
4th title

Final standings[edit]

Qualified for 2010 FIBA World Championships
Rank Team Record
1st  Brazil 5–0
2nd  Argentina 4–1
3rd  Canada 3–2
4  Cuba 2–3
5  Puerto Rico 3–2
6  Chile 2–3
7  Venezuela 1–4
8  Dominican Republic 0–5

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