USA Women's World University Games Team History

 

All-Time Women's World University Games Results

DATES SITE FINAL STANDINGS
July 6-17, 2013 Kazan, Russia 1st-USA; 2nd-RUS; 3rd-AUS; 4th-TPE; 5th-SWE; 6th-CZK; 7th-HUN; 8th-CAN; 9th-UKR; 10th-CHN; 11th-POL; 12th-BRA; 13th-JPN; 14th-FIN; 15th-MLI; 16th-MGI.
Aug. 13-22, 2011 Shenzhen, China 1st-USA; 2nd-TPE; 3rd-AUS; 4th-SWE; 5th-RUS; 6th-CAN; 7th-BRA; 8th-FIN; 9th-CZE; 10th-CHN; 11th-LTU; 12th-JPN; 13th-SVK; 14th-GBR; 15th-POL.
July 2-11, 2009 Belgrade, Serbia 1st-USA; 2nd-RUS; 3rd-AUS; 4th-CZE; 5th-POL; 6th-GBR; 7th-TPE; 8th-SVK; 9th-JAP; 10th-CHN; 11th-SRB; 12th-HUN; 13th-TUR; 14th-FRA; 15th-CAN; 16th-MOZ.
Aug. 8-18, 2007 Bangkok, Thailand 1st-AUS; 2nd-RUS; 3rd-POL; 4th-CZE; 5th-TPE; 6th-+CHA; 7th-CAN; 8th-TUR; 9th-SRB; 10th-JPN; 11th-CHN; 12th-MOZ; 13th-LAT; 14th-THA; 15th-BRA; 16th-KOR.
Aug. 11-21, 2005 Izmir, Turkey 1st-USA; 2nd-SCG; 3rd-AUS; 4th-RUS; 5th-TPE; 6th-GER; 7th-POL; 8th-TUR; 9th-CZE; 10th-SLO; 11th-CAN; 12th-JPN; 13th-CHN; 14th-SWE; 15th-LTU; 16th-GBR; 17th-IRL; 18th-LIB; 19th-THA; 20th-RSA.
Aug. 21-31, 2003 Daegu, South Korea 1st-CHN; 2nd-ITA; 3rd-RUS; 4th-TPE; 5th-SCG; 6th-+B12; 7th-CZE; 8th-IRL; 9th-SLO; 10th-KOR; 11th-FIN; 12th-JPN; 13th-CAN; 14th-THA; 15th-HUN; 16th-MEX; 17th-RSA.
Aug. 22-31, 2001 Beijing, China 1st-USA; 2nd-CHN; 3rd-CZE; 4th-LTU; 5th-RUS; 6th-CAN; 7th-BRA; 8th-NED; 9th-*SWE; 10th-*YUG; 11th-TPE; 12th-MEX; 13th-JPN; 14th-POR; 15th-RSA; 16th-PER; 17th-NGR.
July 3-12, 1999 Palma de Mallorca, Spain 1st-ESP; 2nd-USA; 3rd-RUS; 4th-UKR; 5th-LTU; 6th-TPE; 7th-CAN; 8th-POR; 9th-CHN; 10th-SWE; 11th-CZE; 12th-JPN; 13th-BRA; 14th-MEX; 15th-KOR; 16th-RSA.
Aug. 22-30, 1997 Trapani, Sicily, Italy 1st-USA; 2nd-CUB; 3rd-CZE; 4th-ITA; 5th-RUS; 6th-LAT; 7th-POR; 8th-SWE; 9th-CAN; 10th-BRA; 11th-CHN; 12th-KOR; 13th-JPN; 14th-TUR; 15th-BUL; 16th-RSA.
Aug. 24-Sept. 2, 1995 Fukouka, Japan 1st-ITA; 2nd-USA; 3rd-JPN; 4th-RUS; 5th-YUG; 6th-CZK; 7th-CAN; 8th-KOR; 9th-CHN; 10th-POR; 11th-UKR; 12th-BRA; 13th-MEX; 14th-PER; 15th-RSA; 16th-HKG.
July 8-17, 1993 Buffalo, New York 1st-CHN; 2nd-CUB; 3rd-USA; 4th-LTU; 5th-GER; 6th-RUS; 7th-UKR; 8th-JPN; 9th-KAZ; 10th-SWE; 11th-ROM; 12th-ISR; 13th-TPE; 14th-CAN; 15th-HKG.
July 15-24, 1991 Sheffield, England 1st-USA; 2nd-ESP; 3rd-CAN; 4th-CHN; 5th-URS; 6th-CZK; 7th-HUN; 8th-ROM; 9th-SWE; 10th-GER; 11th-TPE; 12th-JPN; 13th-GBR; 14th-MEX; 15th-IRL; 16th-GUM.
Aug. 22-30, 1989 Duisburg, West Germany 1st-YUG; 2nd-URS; 3rd-CHN; 4th-BUL; 5th-USA; 6th-CAN; 7th-CZK; 8th-PRK; 9th-ESP; 10th-SWE; 11th-FIN; 12th-AUS; 13th-CUB; 14th-HUN; 15th-JPN; 16th-POL; 17th-KOR; 18th-GBR.
July 6-31, 1987 Zagreb, Yugoslavia 1th-URS; 2nd-USA; 3rd-YUG; 4th-CAN; 5th-CHN; 6th-JPN; 7th-PRK; 8th-AUS; 9th-GBR; 10th-HKG.
July 1-11 ,1983 Edmonton, Canada 1st-USA; 2nd-ROM; 3rd-YUG; 4th-CHN; 5th-FRG; 6th-CAN; 7th-ESP; 8th-FRA; 9th-JPN; 10th-GBR; 11th-HKG.
July 15-29, 1981 Bucharest, Romania 1st-URS; 2nd-USA; 3rd-ROM; 4th-CHN; 5th-HUN; 6th-CAN; 7th-CZK; 8th-YUG.
Sept. 2-13, 1979 Mexico City, Mexico 1st-USA; 2nd-CUB; 3rd-CAN; 4th-BUL; 5th-URS; 6th-POL; 7th-YUG; 8th-MEX.
Aug. 17-31, 1977 Sofia, Bulgaria 1st-URS; 2nd-USA; 3rd-BUL; 4th-CUB; 5th-CHN; 6th-CAN; 7th-ROM; 8th-YUG; 9th-POL; 10th-ITA; 11th-CZK; 12th-HUN; 13th-FRG; 14th-JPN; 15th-FRA; 16th-DEN.
Aug. 16-24, 1973 Moscow, Soviet Union 1st- URS;  2th- USA; 3rd-KOR; 4th-CUB; 5th-BUL; 6th-ROM; 7th-HUN; 8th-POL; 9th-CZK; 10th-CAN; 11th-YUG; 12th-FRA; 13th-MEX; 14th-DEN; 15th-LIB; 16th-IRI.

LEGEND: AUS-Australia; BUL-Bulgaria; CAN-Canada; B12- Big 12 Conference All-Star Team; BRA-Brazil; CAN-Canada; CHA-UNC Charlotte; CHN-China; CUB-Cuba; CZE-Czech Republic; CZK-Czechoslovakia; DEN-Denmark; ESP-Spain; FIN-Finland; FRA-France; FRG-Federal Republic of Germany/West Germany; GER-Germany; GBR-Great Britain; GUM-Guam; HKG-Hong Kong; HUN-Hungary; IRL-Ireland; IRI-Iran; ISR-Israel; ITA-Italy; JPN-Japan; KAZ-Kazakhstan; KOR-South Korea; LAT-Latvia; LIB-Lebanon; LTU-Lithuania; MEX-Mexico; MGL-Mongolia; MLI-Mali; MOZ-Mozambique; NED-Netherlands; NGR-Nigeria; Peru-PER; POL-Poland; POR-Portugal; PRK-People Republic of Korea; ROM-Romania; RSA-Republic of South Africa; RUS-Russia; SCG-Serbia & Montenegro; SVK-Slovakia; SLO-Slovenia; SRB-Serbia; SWE-Sweden; THA-Thailand; TPE-Taiwan (Chinese Taipei); TUR-Turkey; UKR-Ukraine; URS-Soviet Union; USA-United States of America; YUG-Yugoslavia.

* Sweden and Turkey did not play the 9th/10th place game in 2001.

+USA Basketball did not field a women's team for the 2003 and 2007 World University Games. Instead the Big 12 Conference sent a women's team in 2003 and in 2007 the women's team from UNC Charlotte participated.