2010 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women

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2010 FIBA Under-17 Women’s Basketball World Cup
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Tournament details
Host nation France
Dates July 16–25
Teams 12 (from 5 federations)
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  United States (1st title)
MVP China Li Meng
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Canada Fields (22.4)  United States (94.8)
Rebounds Argentina Cabrera (10.6)  United States (53.0)
Assists United States Massengale (5.4)  United States (18.9)
Official website
http://france2010.fiba.com/

The 2010 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women was an international basketball competition, held in Toulouse and Rodez, France from July 16–25, 2010. It was the first edition of the Women's Under-17 World Championships.

Qualification[edit]

Groups[edit]

Group A Group B

 Canada
 France
 Japan
 Russia
 Turkey
 United States

 Argentina
 Australia
 Belgium
 China
 Mali
 Spain

Preliminary round[edit]

Times given below are in CEST (UTC+2).

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 United States 5 5 0 483 266 +217 10
 France 5 3 2 303 304 −1 8
 Russia 5 2 3 311 331 −20 7
 Japan 5 2 3 373 436 −63 7
 Turkey 5 2 3 306 348 −42 7
 Canada 5 1 4 340 431 −91 6
July 16
15:00
Japan  68–93  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 6–24, 30–24, 23–23, 9–22
Pts: Miyazawa 16
Rebs: Chikahira 9
Asts: Fujioka, Miyazawa 3
Pts: Tikhonenko 22
Rebs: Tikhonenko 16
Asts: Kiseleva 3
July 16
17:30
Turkey  73–82  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 14–18, 10–19, 24–23, 25–22
Pts: Cora 16
Rebs: Kavurmacıoğlu 10
Asts: Cakir, Aydin, Cora 2
Pts: Fields 25
Rebs: Dheensaw 10
Asts: Dheensaw 4
July 16
20:30
United States  70–45  France
Scoring by quarter: 22–12, 9–16, 25–8, 14–9
Pts: Stewart 13
Rebs: Williams 11
Asts: Massengale, Loyd 3
Pts: Galliou 9
Rebs: Galliou 6
Asts: Niamke, Epoupa, Mercier 2
July 17
15:00
Canada  80–87  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 23–27, 16–28, 26–15
Pts: Fields 36
Rebs: Fields 9
Asts: Ring, Dheensaw 2
Pts: Nagaoka 34
Rebs: Miyazawa 13
Asts: Fujioka 3
July 17
17:30
United States  82–38  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 26–14, 25–7, 16–5
Pts: Williams 20
Rebs: Williams 14
Asts: Massengale 3
Pts: Posylkina 9
Rebs: Davydova 9
Asts: Fedorenkove, Namok, Ryavkina 2
July 17
20:30
France  51–54  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 13–8, 13–13, 15–17, 10–16
Pts: Mayo, Galliou 8
Rebs: Nayo 6
Asts: Stievenard, Niamke 2
Pts: Kavurmacıoğlu 16
Rebs: Kavurmacıoğlu 7
Asts: Aydin, Duman 2
July 18
15:00
United States  114–57  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 28–20, 25–15, 25–14, 36–8
Pts: Lewis 21
Rebs: Stafford 12
Asts: Massengale 6
Pts: Fields 17
Rebs: Fields, Kiss-Rusk, Dheensaw 5
Asts: Roser 3
July 18
17:30
Russia  53–56  France
Scoring by quarter: 10–13, 14–15, 18–18, 11–10
Pts: Tikhonenko 13
Rebs: Tikhonenko 10
Asts: Tochilova 5
Pts: Diallo 14
Rebs: Epoupa 7
Asts: Epoupa 3
July 18
20:30
Japan  80–60  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 24–21, 22–15, 19–11, 15–13
Pts: Miyazawa 20
Rebs: Nagaoka 12
Asts: Fujioka 6
Pts: Cakir 16
Rebs: Kavurmacıoğlu 14
Asts: Cora 4
July 20
15:00
Canada  61–76  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 14–19, 14–10, 10–19, 23–28
Pts: Fields 20
Rebs: Kiss-Rusk 8
Asts: Ring 3
Pts: Namok 13
Rebs: Tikhonenko 9
Asts: Tochilova 3
July 20
17:30
Turkey  55–84  United States
Scoring by quarter: 4–21, 17–22, 18–15, 16–26
Pts: Kavurmacıoğlu 13
Rebs: Yalcinkaya 5
Asts: Cora 5
Pts: Loyd, Tuck 11
Rebs: Lewis 6
Asts: Massengale 3
July 20
20:30
France  70–67  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 21–13, 22–16, 12–25
Pts: Diallo 14
Rebs: Galliou, Mbuzamba-T. 7
Asts: Mercier 3
Pts: Miyazawa 25
Rebs: Miyazawa 7
Asts: Fujioka 5
July 21
15:00
Russia  51–64  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 7–16, 13–7, 11–18, 20–23
Pts: Tikhonenko 18
Rebs: Tikhonenko 15
Asts: Zamaraeva 3
Pts: Kavurmacıoğlu 17
Rebs: Cakir 10
Asts: Duman 4
July 21
17:30
United States  133–71  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 35–12, 26–15, 37–23, 35–21
Pts: Stewart 30
Rebs: Williams 8
Asts: Massengale 10
Pts: Izumita 15
Rebs: Miyazawa 5
Asts: Fujioka, Negishi, Miyoshi 5
July 21
20:30
Canada  60–81  France
Scoring by quarter: 22–22, 13–17, 14–18, 11–24
Pts: Fields 30
Rebs: Der 11
Asts: Piackard, Fields 4
Pts: Diallo 24
Rebs: Diallo 9
Asts: Epoupa 5

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Belgium 5 4 1 345 277 +68 9
 China 5 4 1 424 331 +93 9
 Australia 5 3 2 359 312 +47 8
 Spain 5 2 3 349 270 +79 7
 Argentina 5 2 3 279 319 −40 7
 Mali 5 0 5 211 458 −247 5
July 16
15:00
China  72–54  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 21–11, 17–10, 21–14, 13–19
Pts: Cui 15
Rebs: Li 10
Asts: Li, Yu 3
Pts: Diaz 14
Rebs: Cabrera 11
Asts: Sancisi 4
July 16
17:30
Belgium  80–27  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 16–5, 16–2, 31–7, 17–13
Pts: Meesseman 16
Rebs: Meesseman 9
Asts: Delmulle 6
Pts: Guindo 7
Rebs: Traore, Sanou 11
Asts: Toure, Traore, Sanou 1
July 16
20:30
Spain  57–58  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 11–8, 16–16, 15–14
Pts: Melich 13
Rebs: Uriszar-A. 7
Asts: Castellano 3
Pts: Tippett, Roberts 13
Rebs: Roberts 9
Asts: Blicavs 5
July 17
15:00
Argentina  55–53  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 18–10, 11–16, 17–15, 9–12
Pts: Diaz 20
Rebs: Gretter, Favre 7
Asts: Gretter 4
Pts: Meesseman 17
Rebs: Mestdagh 14
Asts: Delmulle 3
July 17
17:30
Australia  75–92  China
Scoring by quarter: 27–32, 12–15, 24–23, 12–22
Pts: Roberts 14
Rebs: Tippett 14
Asts: Tippett 5
Pts: Li 24
Rebs: Yu 9
Asts: Cui 6
July 17
20:30
Mali  42–112  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 11–31, 17–28, 6–30, 8–23
Pts: Toure 17
Rebs: Sanou 12
Asts: Guindo 2
Pts: Coderch 18
Rebs: Uriszar, Florez 6
Asts: Garcias, Coderch, Aragones, Moros 3
July 18
15:00
Australia  77–57  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 25–8, 16–19, 23–12, 13–18
Pts: Tippett 21
Rebs: Tippett 8
Asts: Nicholson 4
Pts: Vazquez 9
Rebs: Cabrera 5
Asts: Sancisi 4
July 18
17:30
Spain  54–55  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 19–11, 17–15, 11–9, 7–20
Pts: Aragones 13
Rebs: Moros 8
Asts: Melich 3
Pts: Vanloo 16
Rebs: Meesseman 8
Asts: Devliegher 5
July 18
20:30
China  103–54  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 31–13, 26–13, 20–11, 26–17
Pts: Li 18
Rebs: Ma 12
Asts: Li 8
Pts: Sanou 15
Rebs: Traore 7
Asts: Konaté 4
July 20
15:00
Belgium  90–80  China
Scoring by quarter: 21–16, 29–20, 23–19, 17–25
Pts: Vanloo 31
Rebs: Meesseman 9
Asts: Vanloo, Deviliegher 6
Pts: Yu 25
Rebs: Li 13
Asts: Li 4
July 20
17:30
Mali  39–88  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 7–17, 14–29, 3–24, 15–18
Pts: Maiga 16
Rebs: Sanou 5
Asts: Guindo 3
Pts: Roberts 17
Rebs: Thompson 11
Asts: Talbot, Blicavs 4
July 20
20:30
Argentina  38–68  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 3–19, 11–8, 11–24, 13–17
Pts: Acosta 8
Rebs: Cabrera 8
Asts: Gretter 3
Pts: Aragones 18
Rebs: Melich 8
Asts: Aragones 5
July 21
15:00
Australia  61–67  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 12–19, 20–12, 16–20, 13–16
Pts: Roberts 23
Rebs: Roberts 14
Asts: Talbot 4
Pts: Delmulle 16
Rebs: Meesseman 8
Asts: Delaere, Devilegher 3
July 21
17:30
Mali  49–75  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 12–17, 10–24, 13–15, 14–19
Pts: Maiga 12
Rebs: Traore 15
Asts: Traore 7
Pts: Diaz 22
Rebs: Cabrera 12
Asts: Cabrera, Gretter 9
July 21
20:30
China  77–58  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 23–9, 16–18, 17–17, 21–14
Pts: Yu 20
Rebs: Yu 14
Asts: Cui 7
Pts: Diaz 16
Rebs: Marcelo 10
Asts: Diaz, Balart 3

Knockout round[edit]

Championship[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
July 23 – Toulouse        
  United States  86
July 24 – Toulouse
  Spain  57  
  United States  97
July 23 – Toulouse
    China  74  
  China  68
July 25 – Toulouse
  Russia  59  
  United States  92
July 23 – Toulouse
    France  62
  France  69
July 24 – Toulouse
  Australia  59  
  France  59 Third place
July 23 – Toulouse
    Belgium  49  
  Belgium  93   China  85
  Japan  70     Belgium  73
July 25 – Toulouse

Quarterfinals[edit]

July 23
12:30
China  68–59  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 14–10, 21–16, 12–14, 21–19
Pts: Yu 19
Rebs: Li 11
Asts: Yang, Li 4
Pts: Kiseleva 15
Rebs: Davydova 7
Asts: six players 1
July 23
15:00
United States  86–57  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 27–16, 21–12, 22–14, 16–15
Pts: Lewis 16
Rebs: Burdick, Graves 5
Asts: Massengale 6
Pts: Gonzalez 15
Rebs: Marcelo 8
Asts: Llobet 3
July 23
17:30
Belgium  93–70  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 27–11, 25–23, 18–19, 23–17
Pts: Vanloo, Meesseman 23
Rebs: Meesseman 13
Asts: Devliegher 6
Pts: Miyazawa 21
Rebs: Miyazawa 12
Asts: Fujioka, Nagaoka 2
July 23
20:30
France  69–59  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 12–11, 17–11, 20–18
Pts: Chevaugeon 13
Rebs: Diallo 7
Asts: Moisan 3
Pts: Tippett 17
Rebs: Bunton, Roberts 6
Asts: Clydesdale, Blicavs 3

Semifinals[edit]

July 24
17:30
China  74–97  United States
Scoring by quarter: 18–28, 30–26, 18–19, 8–24
Pts: Li 22
Rebs: Yang L. 6
Asts: Yang X. 5
Pts: Massengale 22
Rebs: Stewart 11
Asts: Massengale 6
July 24
20:30
Belgium  49–59  France
Scoring by quarter: 10–17, 15–12, 13–17, 11–13
Pts: Meesseman 12
Rebs: Meesseman 9
Asts: Lien Delmulle 3
Pts: Epoupa 18
Rebs: Epoupa 11
Asts: Epoupa 5

Bronze medal game[edit]

July 25
14:30
China  85–73  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 26–25, 15–21, 21–16, 23–11
Pts: Yu 29
Rebs: Yu 13
Asts: Yang L. 5
Pts: Vanloo 23
Rebs: Meesseman 11
Asts: Meesseman 4

Final[edit]

July 25
17:30
United States  92–62  France
Scoring by quarter: 26–16, 24–22, 25–16, 17–8
Pts: Massengale 20
Rebs: Stewart 8
Asts: Massengale 6
Pts: Chevaugeon 11
Rebs: Galliou, Cornelie 7
Asts: Cornelie 3

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
July 24 – Toulouse
  Russia  72  
  Spain  52  
 
July 25 – Toulouse
      Russia  68
    Japan  74
Seventh place
July 24 – Toulouse July 25 – Toulouse
  Japan  95   Spain  48
  Australia  92     Australia  74

5th–8th semifinals[edit]

July 24
12:30
Russia  72–52  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 13–16, 18–14, 20–10, 21–12
Pts: Tikhonenko 20
Rebs: Tikhonenko, Kiseleva 9
Asts: four players 2
Pts: Vilaro 13
Rebs: Martinez 6
Asts: Balart 3
July 24
15:00
Japan  95–92  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 3426, 20–33, 26–14, 15–19
Pts: Miyazawa 30
Rebs: Nagaoka 8
Asts: Fujioka 9
Pts: Tippett 34
Rebs: Tippett 16
Asts: Talbot 6

7th place playoff[edit]

July 25
09:30
Spain  48–74  Australia
Scoring by quarter: 12–8, 12–22, 5–20, 19–24
Pts: Castellano 14
Rebs: Moros 6
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Roberts 25
Rebs: Roberts 14
Asts: Tippett 5

5th place playoff[edit]

July 25
12:00
Russia  68–74  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 22–12, 19–14, 10–22, 17–26
Pts: Davydova 12
Rebs: Tikhonenko 8
Asts: Tochilova 2
Pts: Nagaoka 28
Rebs: Miyazawa 16
Asts: Fujioka, Miyazawa 2

9th–12th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Ninth place
July 23 – Rodez
  Turkey  88  
  Mali  56  
 
July 24 – Rodez
      Turkey  48
    Argentina  62
Eleventh place
July 23 – Rodez July 24 – Rodez
  Argentina  59   Mali  48
  Canada  51     Canada  82

9th–12th semifinals[edit]

July 23
17:30
Turkey  88–56  Mali
Scoring by quarter: 22–12, 16–14, 14–12, 26–18
Pts: Kavurmacıoğlu 19
Rebs: Cakir 8
Asts: Cakir, Cora 5
Pts: Sanou 18
Rebs: Traore, Sanou 10
Asts: Traore 3
July 23
20:30
Argentina  59–51  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 25–14, 11–9, 7–11, 16–17
Pts: Martinez 14
Rebs: Cabrera 15
Asts: Cabrera, Gretter 4
Pts: Fields 11
Rebs: Fields 10
Asts: Dheensaw 3

11th place playoff[edit]

July 24
12:00
Mali  48–82  Canada
Scoring by quarter: 13–27, 9–18, 3–23, 23–14
Pts: Maiga 17
Rebs: Sanou 8
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Fields 18
Rebs: Dheensaw 9
Asts: Roser 5

9th place playoff[edit]

July 24
14:00
Turkey  48–62  Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 11–21, 7–11, 15–15, 15–15
Pts: Cora 14
Rebs: Kavurmacıoğlu 9
Asts: Aydin 2
Pts: Diaz 16
Rebs: Cabrera 18
Asts: Gretter 6

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  United States 8–0
Silver medal icon.svg  France 5–3
Bronze medal icon.svg  China 6–2
4th  Belgium 5–3
5th  Japan 4–3
6th  Russia 3–4
7th  Australia 4–3
8th  Spain 2–5
9th  Argentina 4–3
10th  Turkey 3–4
11th  Canada 2–5
12th  Mali 0–7

Awards[edit]

 2010 Under-17 World Championship for Women Winner 

United States
First title
Most Valuable Player
China Li Meng

All-Tournament Team

Statistical leaders[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]