All-Time USA Basketball Women's Roster // V
All-Time USA Basketball Women's Roster // V
NOTE: Key to event abbreviations can be found at the bottom of the page.
|NAME||AFFILIATION||EVENT||RECORD / FINISH|
|Sandy Van Cleave||Parsons College||1971 PAG||5-1 / Silver|
|Patience Vanderbush||Buchanan H.S. (MI)||1978 USOF-Midwest||1-3 / Bronze|
|Courtney Vandersloot||Chicago Sky / Gonzaga||2014-16 WNT||N/A|
|2013 WNT MC||N/A|
|Lisa VanGoor||Colorado||1982 JCUP||7-1 / Silver|
|1981 WUG||6-1 / Silver|
|Michele VanGorp||Duke||1998 SEL||7-1 / N/A|
|1997 JCUP||6-1 / Silver|
|Purdue||1995 USOF-North||2-2 / Bronze|
|Chippewa Valley H.S. (MI)||1994 USOF-North||0-4 / Fourth|
|Kia Vaughn||Rutgers||2007 U21||8-0 / Gold|
|2006 U20||5-0 / Gold|
|St. Michael's H.S. (NY)||2004 YDF-East||1-4 / Fourth|
|Alexyz Vaioletama||Mater Dei H.S. (CA)||2009 U16||5-0 / Gold|
|Lesli Vollrath||Blinn College||1995 USOF-South||0-4 / Fourth|
KEY TO EVENTS LISTED
- # - Injured
- * - USA Basketball Women's Senior National Team core group member
- X - Following an event listed, an 'x' indicates exhibition games for that event.
- & - Competed in the 1998 pre-World Championship tour, but was injured and forced to withdraw (replaced by Taj McWilliams-Franklin); named to the 2002 World Championship Team, but was injured and forced to withdraw (replaced by Jen Gillom).
- % - Played games with USA Women's National Team, but was not a member of the USA Women's National Team.
- ^ - Accepted an invitation to the USA Basketball National Team Mini-Camp, but was competing in the WNBA Finals and unable to attend.
- 3x3 YWC – FIBA 3x3 Youth World Championship
- 3x3 WC - FIBA 3x3 World Championship
- 3x3 U18 - FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship
- 3x3 U18 FAC - FIBA Americas 3x3 U18 Championship
- FOQ - FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament
- GG - Goodwill Games
- JCUP - R. William Jones Cup
- OLY - Olympic Games
- PAG - Pan American Games
- TOA -FIBA Americas Championship / Tournament of the Americas (Olympic or World Championship qualifier)
- U21 - FIBA U21 World Championship
- U20 - FIBA Americas U20 Championship (U21 qualifier)
- U19 - FIBA U19 World Championship
- U18 - FIBA Americas U18 Championship (U19 qualifier)
- U17 - FIBA U17 World Championship
- U16 - FIBA Americas U18 Championship (U17 qualifier)
- WC - FIBA World Championship
- WNT - USA Basketball Women's National Team (further breakdown below)
- WUG - World University Games
- WYG - World Youth Games
- YOG - Youth Olympic Games
- 1998 SEL - College team tour of Poland, Puerto Rico and Spain, playing against national teams in those respective countries
- 2000 SEL - 2000 Select Team trained and played an exhibition game (lost 97-31) versus 2000 USA Senior National Team in
- 2007 SEL - 2007 FIBA World League Tournament in Ekaterinburg, Russia
- 2010 SEL - 2010 Select Team trained with the USA National Team during its spring training in Storrs, Conn.
- 2014 WNT - Competed in the USA Basketball Women's National Team Showcase (Red-White exhibition game).
- 2014-16 WNT - Member of the 2014-16 USA National Team, from which the 2014 World Championship and 2016 Olympic teams will be named.
- 2013 WNT MC - Women’s National Team mini-camp, held Oct. 4-6 in Las Vegas, Nev.
- 2012 WNT - Women’s National Team pre-Olympic exhibition games (5-0).
- 2011 WNT ET - Women’s National Team European Tour (Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary)
- 2010 WNT - Competed for USA Basketball in an exhibition game against a team of WNBA stars (won, 99-72)
- 09-12 WNT - Member of the 2009-12 National Team, from which the 2010 World Championship and 2012 Olympic teams will be named.
- 2009 UMMC - Competed in the 2009 UMMC Ekaterinburg International Invitational in Russia (3-0, gold)
- 2009 WNT MC - Women’s National Team mini-camp, held Sept. 30 - Oct. 5 in Washington, D.C.
- 2008 WNT GLB - Competed in the 2008 Good Luck Beijijng Tournament (4-2, silver)
- 2008 WNT - Played in all or some of the USA's 2008 Spain (2-0) training camp.
- 2007 WNT - Played in all or some of the USA's 2007 College Tour (8-0), 2007 Tour of Italy (4-0) and two exhibition games vs. Australia (2-0)
- 2006 WNT - Played in all or some of the USA's 2006 Spring Training, including two European Tours (6-0) and the Australia-hosted Opals World Challenge (4-1, tournament title)
- 2004 WNT - 2004 Spring Training (Cuba, Europe, USA)
- 2002 WNT - 2002 Spring Training (game vs. WBCA College All-Stars)
- 99-00 WNT - 1999-2000 team that went 29-2 and won the 1999 U.S. Olympic Cup and USA Basketball Invitational titles
- 1999 WNT - 1999 Spring Training (two games vs. Germany)
- 1999 WNT ET - 1999 Winter European Tour
- 1998 WNT - 1998 USA Goldmark Cup Team (Australia)
- 1997 WNT - 1997 Spring training in Canada and Germany
- 1997 WIIT - 1997 USA Basketball International Invitational (Colorado Springs)
- 95-96 WNT - 1995-96 team that went 52-0 prior to the Atlanta Olympics
- The 2014 USA World Championship Team earned a 4-1 exhibition record, defeating Australia, Canada, China and Czech Republic and falling to France prior to the Worlds.
- The 2012 U.S. Olympic Team earned a 5-0 record against Brazil, China, Croatia, Great Britain and Turkey prior to the Olympics.
- The 2010 USA World Championship Team earned a 3-1 exhibition record, defeating Senegal and Spain and splitting two games against Australia prior to the Worlds.
- The 2008 U.S. Olympic Team won the gold medal in a pre-Olympic exhibition tournament, the 2008 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament, with a 3-0 record over Australia, Russia and Latvia.
- The 2006 World Championship Team beat Australia 56-49 prior to the Worlds
- The 2004 U.S. Olympic Team posted a 4-0 exhibition slate, winning the Spain International Invitational (3-0) and defeating a WNBA All-Star Team prior to the Olympic Games.
- The 2002 World Championship Team competed in the Opals World Challenge (4-0) prior to the World Championship
- The 2000 U.S. Olympic Team earned a 9-0 exhibition record prior to the Olympics
- The 1998 World Championship Team went 12-1 and earned the Slovakian Grand Prix title prior to the Worlds.
- Sylvia Crawley (7 games), Venus Lacey (6 games) and Val Whiting (8 games) each competed during part of the 1995-96
Women's National Team's year-long tour