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Quarterfinals are set in Kazan - Jul 12, 2013


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GROUP A

Ukraine-Oman 99:35

Ukraine celebrated the initial win in Kazan at the 2013 University Games. They won over Oman 99:35 and finished Group A with 1-4 record. Oman meanwhile lost all five games at the tournament.
Ukraine scored the first 6 points in the game and MYKHAILOV Anton later brought 14:2. Ukraine won the first period 25:9 and continued their dominance in the rest of the game. Ukraine won the second period 32-10 and led 57:19 at the halftime. Moreover the European team posted a 19-9 rally in the third period and added 23-7 burst in the last stanza.
Anton Rochnyak stepped up with 21 points and Anton Mikhaylov delivered 13. Alexei Pavlenko (186-PG-90) poured in 12, while Rodion Borovskyi (195-F-92) and POLYULYAK Mykola added 11 each. AL ASMI Mohamed and AL SIBANI Ahmed brought 7 in defeat and AL AAMRI Nouh had 6.

Ukraine: Anton Rochnyak (206-F-91) 21, Anton Mikhaylov (192-F-91) 13, Alexei Pavlenko 12, Rodion Borovskyi 11, POLYULYAK Mykola 11
Oman: AL ASMI Mohamed 7, AL SIBANI Ahmed 7, AL AAMRI Nouh 6


South Korea -Estonia 61:68

Estonia edge South Korea in Kazan at the 27th Summer Universiade. The European side posted a 68:61 win to finish second in Group A with 4-1 record. South Korea ended up with 2-3 record on the fourth place.
South Korea started the game better and posted 17:13 rally in the first period. They missed however a 20-14 burst in the second frame and trailed 2 points at the halftime. Estonia managed to win the last quarter as well 18-12 and grabbed the second place in the group.
Madis Saarmets (201-C-90) top-scored for the winners with 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Toomas Raadik (202-F-90) also scored 18. Jaan Puidet (191-G/F-92) delivered 15, while Kristjan Voolaid (201-F-92) netted 6. KIM Jun Yl finished the game with 21 points in defeat and Jeon Seong Hyen (190-G-91) scored 14. DOO Kyung Min and HAN Ho Bin nailed 7 points each.

South Korea: KIM Jun Yl 21, Jeon Seong Hyen 14, DOO Kyung Min 7, HAN Ho Bin 7
Estonia: Madis Saarmets 18+11 rebs, Toomas Raadik 18, Jaan Puidet 15, Kristjan Voolaid 6


Russia-Germany 80:52

Russia remained perfect at 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. The favorites overcame Germany 80:52 in the last game of the Group Stage and won the group with 5-0 record. Germany could not make it to the next stage as they finished with 3-2 record on the third place.
Russia scored the first five points in the game and KULAGIN Dmitrii closed the first period at 15:7. Sergey Karasev (202-SG-93, agency: Stanislav Ryzhov) made it 24:14 early in the second and ANTONOV Semen nailed two for 28:20. Again KULAGIN Dmitrii was the last to score in the period as Russia enjoyed a 37:22 advantage at the halftime. Russia also won the third period 23-16 and finished the game with 20-14.
Sergey Karasev and Andrey Zubkov (205-F-91) paced all the winners with 12 points each, while Nikita Balashov (207-F-91) added 11. KULAGIN Dmitrii poured in 10 points in a win. Konstantin Klein (187-PG-91, agency: LUMANI 10.7) replied with 13 points in the losing effort and MOENNINGHOFF Mathis added 10. Johannes Voigtmann (208-C-92) finished the game with 8 points for Germany.

Russia: Sergey Karasev 12, Andrey Zubkov 12, Nikita Balashov 11, KULAGIN Dmitrii 10
Germany: Konstantin Klein 13, MOENNINGHOFF Mathis 10, Johannes Voigtmann 8
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Serbia-Romania 78:53

Serbia and Romania head to the Quarterfinals of the 2013 University Games. Serbia won Group B with 5-0 record after a 78:53 win. Romanian side meanwhile suffered their first loss, but advanced to the next stage with 4-1 record from the second spot.
Both teams entered the game undefeated. Serbia as the defending champions started the game with 20:10 and never looked behind after. Romania however managed to win the second and the third quarters and Adrian Gutoaia (198-C-90, agency: Court Side) reduced to 50:44 after three quarters. Serbia meanwhile erupted with 28-9 burst in the last stanza to seal the 5th straight win.
Stefan Zivanovic (196-G-89) top-scored for the winners with 14 points and Milos Dimic (195-G-89, agency: INVICTUS Sports Group) nailed 12. MARKOVIC Nikola and Darko Balaban (211-C-89, agency: Beo Basket) posted 11 each, while Nikola Kalinic (202-F-91) added 7. George Toth (212-C-92) replied with 20 points in defeat and Adrian Gutoaia had 13. TOROK Rolland produced 11, whilst Adrian Rosu (196-F-91) scored 4.

Serbia: Stefan Zivanovic 14, Milos Dimic 12, MARKOVIC Nikola 11+11 rebs, Darko Balaban 11+10 rebs, Nikola Kalinic 7
Romania: George Toth 20, Adrian Gutoaia 13, TOROK Rolland 11, Adrian Rosu 4

Mexico-Philippines 139:67
Mexico edge Philippines at the Basket Hall of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. Mexico erupted with a 139:67 win to finish the group with 3-2 record. Philippines meanwhile could not win any games in Group B.
Mexico opened the game with a massive 34-11 surge and never looked behind after. They added 37-15 rally in the second frame and enjoyed a 71:26 halftime advantage. Moreover Mexico produced a 39-16 burst in the third period and added 29-25 rally in the last stanza.
Mauricio Cheda (198-F-90, college: UTEP) stepped up with 23 points and GARAY Alejandro nailed 21. Daniel Giron (175-G-89) poured in 16, whilst Fabian Jaimes (198-F-92) and Ivan Gracia (179-PG-89) had 14 each. Chris Perolino (93) and MARQUEZ Miko answered with 15 points each, while Vincent Mendozan (93) had 10. Arvie Cabanero (91) followed them with 6 points in a loss.

Mexico: Mauricio Cheda 23, GARAY Alejandro 21, Daniel Giron 16, Fabian Jaimes 14, Ivan Gracia 14
Philippines: Chris Perolino 15, MARQUEZ Miko 15, Vincent Mendozan 10, Arvie Cabanero 6

Japan-Mongolia 72:75
Sanchir Tungalag (188-G-89) leads Mongolia over Japan at the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. He erupted with 33 points and 11 rebounds in a 75:72 win. Mongolia finished Group B with 2-3 record, while Japan fell at 1-4 record.
Mongolia grabbed 20:11 lead after the first period, but Japan took control in the second frame. They erupted with 27-8 surge in the second period and took 38:28 halftime advantage. Mongolia was too fat to give up and came up with two victories in the second half. They needed a 20-16 rally in the third period and finished the game with 27-18 burst.
Azbayar Tserendagva (202-F-89) scored 16 points and Bilguun Battuvshin (197-F-89) netted 12. Sergelen Otgonbaatar (178-PG-89) followed them with 9 points. Naoki ended up with 27 points in the losing effort and Taku Bandoh (185-G-92) notched 13. Yuya Nagayoshi (199-C-91) collected 11 points and 16 rebounds, whilst Kosuke Hashimoto (202-F-93) added 10.

Japan: Naoki Uto (91) 27, Taku Bandoh 13, Yuya Nagayoshi 11+16 rebs, Kosuke Hashimoto 10
Mongolia: Sanchir Tungalag 33+11 rebs, Azbayar Tserendagva 16, Bilguun Battuvshin 12, Sergelen Otgonbaatar 9

GROUP C
Czech Republic-Sweden 65:63
Czech Republic pip Sweden in Day 6 of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. The Czechs finished the group on the 4th place with 2-3 record after a 65:63 victory. The Scandinavian team ended up with 1-4 record.
Czech Republic started the game with 18:15 lead, while Sweden tied the score at the halftime. Czech Republic again pulled the tempo and grabbed 7 points after three quarters. Gustav Sundstrom (197-G-91) reduced to 4 early in the fourth quarter, while Chris Czerapowicz (201-G-91) tied it all at 58:58. Jiri Slavik (203-F-89) scored three free throws at the end of the game for the final victory.
Jiri Slavik top-scored for the winners with 17 points and Adam Ciz (190-PG-91) netted 13. Martin Gniadek (201-F/C-90) and Jan Jiricek (203-F-90) poured in 8 points each. Gustav Sundstrom finished the game with 16 points in a loss, while Alexander Lindqvist (205-F-91) had 14. Chris Czerapowicz chipped in with 11 points and Pierre Hampton (202-F-91) added 10.

Czech Republic: Jiri Slavik 17, Adam Ciz 13, Martin Gniadek 8, Jan Jiricek 8
Sweden: Gustav Sundstrom 16, Alexander Lindqvist 14, Chris Czerapowicz 11, Pierre Hampton 10

Australia-United Arab Emirates 131:43
Australia finished Group C with 4-1 record after a stunning win over United Arab Emirates. Australia exploded with 131:43 victory in the last Day of the First Stage.
Australia erupted with a 34:10 start and never looked behind. They added 31-10 burst in the second frame and led 65:20 halftime advantage. Australia did not even think to slow down in the second half and came up with two massive victories. They won the third period 35-8 and finished the game with 31-15.
Clint Steindl (201-F/G-89, college: St.Mary's, CA) led the way with 21 points and Todd Blanchfield (200-F-91) netted 19. Cody Ellis (203-F-90) delivered 17, whilst Jason Cadee (186-G-91) and Igor Hadziomerovic (193-G-92) notched 14 each. OMAR ALAMERI Omer finished the game with 9 points in defeat and ZAAL ALWALI Khamis nailed 8. AL BRAIKI Mohamed scored 7, while AHMED AL-ALI Rashid posted 6.

Australia: Clint Steindl 21, Todd Blanchfield 19, Cody Ellis 17, Jason Cadee 14, Igor Hadziomerovic 14
United Arab Emirates: OMAR ALAMERI Omer 9, ZAAL ALWALI Khamis 8, AL BRAIKI Mohamed 7, AHMED AL-ALI Rashid 6

Canada-United States 94:85
Canada sent the United States out of the Quarterfinals at the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. Canada won Group C with a perfect 5-0 record, while USA finished only with 2-3 record on the third place.
United States needed a victory in this game and scored the first 5 points in the game. Luke Hancock (198-F-90) brought 14:4, but Jordan Bachynski (218-C-89) gave Canada 18:17 lead at the end of the first period. Canada dominated the second frame and added 28-19 rally before the halftime. Moreover they won the third period 23-22 and had 11-point lead. Jordan Bachynski and Brady Heslip (188-G-90) scored for 74:58 early in the last stanza as Canada remained undefeated at the tournament.
Brady Heslip top-scored for the winners with 20 points and Jordan Bachynski netted 13. Dwight Powell (208-F-91) poured in 10, while Kevin Pangos (188-G-93) notched 9. Luke Hancock had a great game with 27 points, while MCDERMOTT Douglas and Cory Jefferson (206-F-90) posted 17 each. Treveon Graham (196-G-93) followed them with 9 points in a loss.

Canada: Brady Heslip 20, Jordan Bachynski 13, Dwight Powell 10, Kevin Pangos 9
United States: Luke Hancock 27, MCDERMOTT Douglas 17, Cory Jefferson 17, Treveon Graham 9

GROUP D
China-Chile 94:75
China escape the last spot in Group D of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. The Asian side finished the group with 1-4 record after a 94:75 victory over Chile. The latter could not win any games in the group.
China and Chile started the game without victories and desired to open the winning account in Kazan. China erupted with 34-19 lead in the first period and did not have any difficulties to win the game. China added 24-19 rally in the third period and finished the game with 17-14 run.
Lian Liu (200-F-91) was unstoppable with 30 points and Li Zhigang (200-F-91) scored 16. Cui Jinming (193-G-92) delivered 14, while Zhang Hanqi (205-C-91) notched 12. Osven Ledezma (202-C-90) collected 21 points and 17 rebounds in defeat and Tomas Alvarez (185-G-89) added 15. Francisco Pena (187-G/F-89) scored 9 points, while Rocco Cotroneo (202-C-89) added 8.

China: Lian Liu 30, Li Zhigang 16, Cui Jinming 14, Zhang Hanqi 12
Chile: Osven Ledezma 21+17 rebs, Tomas Alvarez 15, Francisco Pena 9, Rocco Cotroneo 8

Brazil-Norway 77:47
Brazil advanced to the Quarterfinals of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. The team from Latin America needed a 77:47 win to finish Group D with 4-1 record on the second spot. Norway ended up with 2-3 record.
Both teams needed the victory as Brazil started with 18:14 lead. They also added 23-15 rally in the second frame and enjoyed 12 points advantage. Brazil continued to dominate the court in the second half and posted two comfortable victories. Brazil won the third period 20-10 and added 16-8 in the last stanza.
Leonardo Meindl (200-F-93) top-scored for the winners with 11 points and Andre Silva (193-F-89) notched 10. Cristiano Felicio (206-C-92) delivered 9, while ALVES MAIA Rafael added 8. Stian Mjos (182-PG-89) replied with 11 points in defeat and Anders Stien (195-G-90) scored 9. NWACHUKWU Roy Emeka brought 7, whilst Magne Fivelstad (198-G-89) netted 6.

Brazil: Leonardo Meindl 11, Andre Silva 10, Cristiano Felicio 9, ALVES MAIA Rafael 8
Norway: Stian Mjos 11, Anders Stien 9, NWACHUKWU Roy Emeka 7, Magne Fivelstad 6

Lithuania- Finland 70:51
Lithuania wins Group D with 5-0 record at the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. The Group leaders overcame Finland 70:51 in their last game of the First Stage. Finland meanwhile finished the group with 3-2 record.
Lithuania won the first period 18:7 and added 19:14 frame in the second quarter. Moreover the Baltic State produced a 17-7 run in the third frame and enjoyed their lead. Finland closed the game with a 23-16 rally to make the final 70:51 result.
Gediminas Orelikas (200-G/F-90) top-scored for the winners with 15 points and Vaidas Cepukaitis (207-C-89, agency: Interperformances) notched 14. Sarunas Vasiliauskas (188-G-89, agency: Alti Sport) delivered 9, while Eimantas Bendzius (203-F-90) and Mindaugas Kupsas (217-C-91) scored 6 each. Lauri Toivonen (201-F-91) replied with 8 points in the losing effort and Markus Molenius (203-F-92, agency: FCM) had 6. Jesse Niemi (193-F/G-90) and Juho-Matti Lehtoranta (194-SF-89) brought 5 points apiece.

Lithuania: Gediminas Orelikas 15, Vaidas Cepukaitis 14, Sarunas Vasiliauskas 9, Eimantas Bendzius 6, Mindaugas Kupsas 6
Finland: Lauri Toivonen 8, Markus Molenius 6, Jesse Niemi 5, Juho-Matti Lehtoranta 5
  




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World University Games Standings
Group A
 1. Hungary 0-0 
 2. S.Korea 0-0 
 3. Latvia 0-0 
 4. Mexico 0-0 
 5. Serbia 0-0 
 6. Taiwan 0-0 
Group B
 1. Canada 0-0 
 2. Finland 0-0 
 3. Germany 0-0 
 4. Hong Kong 0-0 
 5. Japan 0-0 
 6. Norway 0-0 
Group C
 1. Argentina 0-0 
 2. Czech Rep. 0-0 
 3. Estonia 0-0 
 4. Romania 0-0 
 5. UAE 0-0 
 6. USA 0-0 
Group D
 1. Australia 0-0 
 2. Israel 0-0 
 3. Lithuania 0-0 
 4. Mozambique 0-0 
 5. Russia 0-0 
 6. Ukraine 0-0 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Alex MURPHY
  FIN
  (206-F-93)
  Avg: 20
 1. Murphy, FIN20.0 
 2. Selden, USA19.3 
 3. Nordstrom, SWE17.1 
 4. Steinmann, SUI15.5 
 5. Mason, USA14.5 
 6. Giedraitis, LTU13.9 
 7. Spasojevic, MNT13.8 
 8. Lindqvist, SWE13.5 
 9. Mathiang, AUS13.5 
 10. Ellis, USA13.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mangok MATHIANG
  AUS
  (208-F/C-92)
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Mathiang, AUS10.3 
 2. Sanli, TUR10.0 
 3. Dubas, BEL8.5 
 4. Enkhbat, MGL8.0 
 5. Mula, MOZ7.8 
 6. Caifaz, MOZ7.8 
 7. Pot, SRB7.5 
 8. Brase, GER7.4 
 9. Nordstrom, SWE7.4 
 10. Radosavljevi., SRB7.4 
Assists Per Game
 Frank MASON
  (180-PG-)
  Avg: 4.4
 1. Mason, USA4.4 
 2. Lo, GER4.2 
 3. Torres, BRA4.0 
 4. Pot, SRB3.9 
 5. Vikhrov, RUS3.8 
 6. Heo, KOR3.3 
 7. Vrbica, MNT3.3 
 8. Julien, FRA3.0 
 9. Strebkov, RUS2.8 
 10. Shtarkman, ISR2.8 
Steals Per Game
 Yudai BABA
  (193-SF-95)
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Baba, JPN2.8 
 2. Dorbek, EST2.7 
 3. Leo, JPN2.5 
 4. Lee, KOR2.5 
 5. Mason, USA2.5 
 6. Torres, BRA2.3 
 7. Machava, MOZ2.2 
 8. Lee, KOR2.2 
 9. Laane, EST2.1 
 10. Djurisic, MNT2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Maik-Kalev KOTSAR
  (201-F/G-96)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Kotsar, EST1.9 
 2. Choi, KOR1.8 
 3. Desyatnikov, RUS1.8 
 4. Sanli, TUR1.8 
 5. Fall, FRA1.7 
 6. Mockevicius, LTU1.5 
 7. Caven, FIN1.4 
 8. Senli, TUR1.3 
 9. Guo, CHN1.3 
 10. Morin, FRA1.3 
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