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Day 3 in Belgrade - Jul 4, 2009

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Serbia-USA 50:84

The USA won Group A of the Preliminary Group in the University Games in Serbia. The favorites overcame the hosts 84:50 to take 3-0 record. As it was the last game of the group the United States of America made a great gift for themselves for July 4th Independence Day.
The USA started with 20:14 in the opening quarter and never looked back after that. The North American team produced 23-12 to take 15 points advantage at the halftime. There was no time the team slowed down in the game as the winners showed great effort from the beginning until the end. Serbia tried to play well with the home support, but could not match the favorites. The USA made 19-11 in the third period and finished the game with 22-13 in the last quarter.
Charli Turner Thorne 's team shot 48% from the filed, while Serbia showed 36%. The guests were also better from the perimeter and free throw line.
Tina Charles (6'4''-C-88) top-scored for the winners with 17 points,while Danielle McCray (5'11''-G/F-87, college: Marist) and Ashley Houts (5'6''-G-87) followed her with 12 points apiece. Jovana Rad (6'2''-F/C-87) ended up with 17 points in the losing case and Zorica Mitov (6'3''-C-87) posted 6.

Serbia: Jovana Rad 17, Zorica Mitov 6
USA: Tina Charles 17, Danielle McCray 12, Ashley Houts 12

France-Great Britain 56:80
Great Britain outscored France to finish second in Group A of the University Games in Serbia. The team won all the quarters over France to seal 80:56 victory.
After Great Britain surprised the hosts of the tournament, the win over France was expected. It was a big third quarter on Friday evening in Belgrade before the British team eventually pulled away from the French, having led by only nine at the half 33:24. An outstanding third period brought the winners 32-19 and then Great Britain added 15-13 in the last period. France did not look that good, however tried hard all the time. Great Britain had an outstanding night on the glass hauling in 56 rebounds and were again confident from the foul line, making 22 of their 25 free throws.
Johannah Leedham (180-G/F-87) paced all the winners with 18 points as her team finished with 2-1 record. Chantelle Handy (191-G-87) and Georgia Jones (175-G-90) nailed 16 points apiece. Aurelie Carmona (184-C/F-87) collected 18 points and 11 rebounds in defeat and Marion Arfelis (184-F/C-91) had 11. France finished the group with 0-3 record.

France: Aurelie Carmona 18+11 rebs, Marion Arfelis 11
Great Britain: Johannah Leedham 18, Chantelle Handy 16, Georgia Jones 16

Australia-Canada 80:50
Australia won Group C of the University Games in Belgrade as they beat Canada 80:50 in the last game of the group. The favorites improved to 3-0 record, while Canada fell at 0-3.
The favorites easily opened the game with 23:10 and even did not think of slowing down. Another quarter brought them 15-11 and 17 points advantage at the halftime. Australia looked better in the second half as well and produced 19-13 in the third quarter. With 23-16 the team from Oceania overcame the North American representative to take the top place in the group.
Emma Langford (188-F-89) led the winners with 15 points for 3-0 record. Amy Lewis (175-G-86, college: Troy) nailed 14, while Sarah Graham (163-G-89) posted 12. Laurelle Weigl (193-C-88) ended up with 14 points in the losing effort, while Clouthier Carolann netted 11.
Australia shot 44% from the filed and Canada had 34%. Canada however shot better from the perimeter as they showed 50% versus 27%.

Australia: Emma Langford 15, Amy Lewis 14, Sarah Graham 12
Canada: Laurelle Weigl 14, Clouthier Carolann 11

Slovakia-Japan 90:88
The game between Slovakia and Japan became the top one in the group as the teams struggled for the second spot. The European side grabbed 90:88 to finish second in Group C with 2-1 record.
That was really a real thriller in the court. Japan went on a 21-17 lead, but could not keep the score for good even at the halftime. With 25-15 Slovakia came back into the game and took 42:36 halftime advantage. The game was not over for the Asian team as they produced 27-24 in the third period. In a back-to-back last period Japan won 25-24, however could not tie the game. Slovakia celebrated the second win to advance from the group.
Romana Vynuchalova (193-F/C-86, college: Penn St.) paced all the winners with 24 points and 12 rebounds. Katarina Tetemondova (185-F-88) collected 18 points and 21 rebounds, while Dasa Krasnockova (181-F-85) had 13. Akane Takemoto (-F-87) finished the night with 20 points for Japan that finished the group with 1-2 record. Akino Nakagawa (180-G-87) scored 17 and OTAKA Saori notched 15.

Slovakia: Romana Vynuchalova 24+12 rebs, Katarina Tetemondova 18+21 rebs, Dasa Krasnockova 13
Japan: Akane Takemoto 20, Akino Nakagawa 17, OTAKA Saori 15

Russia-Chinese Taipei 75:43
Russia finished on the top place in Group C and remained undefeated in the University Games in Serbia. The favorites overcame Chinese Taipei 75:43 and advanced to the next round. The latter finished with 2-1 record and will continue the campaign as well.
Novi Belgrade Sports Hall saw 26:13 from the Russian team that started to dominate the court from the very beginning. It became clear at the halftime that Russia would be difficult to stop. They had 19-8 to finish the second period and to have 45:22 advantage. Russia added 19-9 in the third period to answer for all the questions in the game. Chinese Taipei managed to win the last frame and lost the game 75:43.
Boris Sokolovskiy 's team showed 51% from the field, while Chinese Taipei had only 27%. The latter however was better from the free throw line to score 4/5, while Russia had 10/13.
Maria Cherepanova (186-C-87) top-scored for the winners with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Tatiana Bokareva (191-C-86), Yakovleva Olga and Evgenia Belyakova (182-G-86) Evgenia followed her with 12 points each. CHEN Yu-Chun ended up with 10 points in defeat and CHANG Ning nailed 8.

Russia:Maria Cherepanova 13+14 rebs, Tatiana Bokareva 12, Yakovleva Olga 12, Evgenia Belyakova 12
Chinese Taipei: CHEN Yu-Chun 10, CHANG Ning 8

Hungary-Mozambique 84:50
Hungary won the only game in Group C as they rolled over Mozambique in the University Games in Serbia. The European team produced 84:50 to finish with 1-2 record, while Mozambique remained winless with 0-3.
Both teams lost the first two games of the group and hoped to better their positions in the game between each other. Hungary started well and proved the ambitions for the whole game. European team opened the game with 20:10 and increased the lead to 13 more points at the halftime. After 27-14, Hungary enjoyed 47:24 deficit. Nothing had changed in the third period as Hungary controlled the entire game. They produced 18-10 to have 31 points advantage over the opponent. In the last period Mozambique scored more points than in any other period, however still was not enough to reach Hungary 16-19. As a total it gave Hungary 84:50 victory and third place in the group.
Jekatyerina Szavercsenko (180-G/F-86, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) and Judit Fritz (183-G/F-87, college: St.Francis,NY) paced all the winners with 14 points apiece and Barbara Semsei (178-G-86) netted 13. Aleia Rachide (184-F-85) collected 26 points and 12 rebounds for African team and Cecilia Henriques (183-C-91) scored 11.

Hungary: Jekatyerina Szavercsenko 14, Judit Fritz 14, Barbara Semsei 13
Mozambique: Aleia Rachide 26+12 rebs, Cecilia Henriques 11

Turkey-China 55:83
China won the only game in Group D of in the University Games in Serbia to remain Turkey winless. The Asian team erupted in the last period to beat Turkey 83:55.
In the game of two winless teams before the game with each other, two of them tried to better their position in the group. China grabbed 19:14 from the start and managed to add two more points at the halftime. Both squads left the court for the lockers as the Asian team kept 39:32 advantage. In the third period the battle continues in the court with China trying to move on and Turkey to catch up with the opponent. The period did not bring any luck as they both nailed 16. Only in the last quarter China found its game they used to play and produced 28-7 to win the game.
China showed better percentage from the filed as they shot 47% versus 34% from Turkey.
Liu Xing was unstoppable with 28 points and 11 rebounds. HUA Lin had also a great night with 24 points and 12 boards, while Song Lulu (-G-85) scored 12. Melike Bakircioglu (191-F/C-87) was responsible for 13 points in defeat and Tugba Talaslioglu (-86) added 10.

Turkey: Melike Bakircioglu 13, Tugba Talaslioglu 10
China: Liu Xing 28+11 rebs, HUA Lin 24+12 rebs, Song Lulu 12

Poland-Czech Republic 71:84
Czech Republic overcame Poland in Group D of in the University Games in Serbia. Both European teams were undefeated before the game with each other, while now Czech Republic had 84:71 to win the group.
Czech Republic took the lead from the first minutes and made 25:16 after the opening quarter. The Czechs controlled more of the game and even looked better in the second period. After 23-17 in the second frame the winners increased their lead to 15 points. Poland did not give up and responded with 19-17 in the third quarter to trail 13 with 10 minutes in the game. Poland made another push to save the game but Czech Republic was satisfied with 19-19 in the last stanza to win 84:71.
Kamila Stepanova (191-C-88) was unstoppable with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Katerina Elhotova (176-G-89) netted 14, while Darina Johnova (176-G-85) posted 12. Justyna Zurowska (188-C-85) collected 21 points and 11 rebounds for Poland that finished the group with 2-1 record. Izabela Piekarska (196-C/F-85, college: UTEP) had 17 points and 10 boards, whilst Kasia Krezel (185-G-85, college: UTEP) Katarzyna posted 13.
Even though Poland lost the game the team showed better percentage from the filed, 42% versus 35%.

Poland: Justyna Zurowska 21+11 rebs, Izabela Piekarska 17+10 rebs, Kasia Krezel 13
Czech Republic: Kamila Stepanova 23+10 rebs, Katerina Elhotova 14, Darina Johnova 12

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Men Women

World University Games Final Standings
 1. Australia
 2. Japan
 3. Taiwan
 4. Russia
 5. USA
 6. Sweden
 7. Canada
 8. Czech Rep.
 9. Portugal
 10. Hungary
 11. Argentina
 12. Lithuania
 13. Poland
 14. Chile
 15. S.Korea
 16. Uganda
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 22
 1. Gladkova, RUS22.0 
 2. Fontaine, SWE18.8 
 3. Kaposi, HUN17.8 
 4. Garbin, AUS16.8 
 5. Filipe, POR16.3 
 6. Ekone, UGA16.3 
 7. Charles, USA15.3 
 8. Scherf, AUS15.2 
 9. Crozon, CAN14.2 
 10. Pobozy, POL14.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Sarah AGENO
  Avg: 13.7
 1. Ageno, UGA13.7 
 2. Barnai, HUN13.7 
 3. Kaposi, HUN12.3 
 4. Garbin, AUS11.8 
 5. Scherf, AUS11.3 
 6. Gladkova, RUS11.0 
 7. Szajtauer, POL8.8 
 8. Leiva, ARG8.7 
 9. Fontaine, SWE8.5 
 10. Fogg, CAN7.2 
Assists Per Game
 Yasuma SHIORI
  Avg: 8.8
 1. Shiori, JPN8.8 
 2. Lin, TAI6.3 
 3. Szabo, HUN5.8 
 4. Kang, KOR5.2 
 5. Fujioka, JPN4.8 
 6. Nystrom, SWE4.3 
 7. Woo, KOR3.8 
 8. Knyzaite, LTU3.8 
 9. Vasquez, CHI3.7 
 10. Naczk, POL3.6 
Steals Per Game
 Agustina LEIVA
  Avg: 3
 1. Leiva, ARG3.0 
 2. Imanishimwe, UGA2.8 
 3. Ageno, UGA2.8 
 4. Shiori, JPN2.7 
 5. Belickaite, LTU2.6 
 6. Watson, USA2.5 
 7. Confroy, USA2.3 
 8. Pag, ARG2.3 
 9. Jankoska, USA2.3 
 10. Nansikombi, UGA2.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Magdalena SZAJTAUER
  Avg: 2
 1. Szajtauer, POL2.0 
 2. Scherf, AUS1.8 
 3. Barnai, HUN1.7 
 4. Charles, USA1.5 
 5. Salvo, CHI1.0 
 6. Garcia Leon, ARG1.0 
 7. Vyoralova, CZE0.8 
 8. Jones, USA0.8 
 9. Nakada, JPN0.8 
 10. Fogg, CAN0.8 
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