2013 World University Games Results

Kazan, Russia

 

Preliminary Round Final Standings
Pool A W-L Pool B W-L Pool C W-L Pool D W-L
1. Russia 3-0 1. USA 3-0 1. Taiwan 3-0 1. Australia 3-0
2. Sweden 2-1 2. Czech Republic 2-1 2. Canada 1-2 2. Hungary 2-1
3. Poland 1-2 3. Brazil 1-2 3. Ukraine 1-2 3. China 1-2
4. Mongolia 0-3 4. Mali 0-3 4. Japan 1-2 4. Finland 0-3

Preliminary Round
Monday, July 8
Canada 76, Japan 48 Taiwan 84, Ukraine 68
Czech Republic 86, Brazil 63 China 74, Finland 62
Russia 123, Mongolia 23 Sweden 69, Poland 48
USA 120, Mali 32 • story • stats Australia 79, Hungary 53
Tuesday, July 9
Ukraine 59, Canada 57 Taiwan 69, Japan 64
Hungary 64, Finland 59 Brazil 78, Mali 51
Russia 74, Poland 37 Sweden 95, Mongolia 21
USA 101, Czech Republic 61 • story • stats Australia 94, China 45
Wednesday, July 10
Japan 68, Ukraine 66 Taiwan 72, Canada 67
Hungary 80, China 67 Australia 95, Finland 46
Russia 74, Sweden 68 Poland 117, Mongolia 44
USA 105, Brazil 75 • story • stats Czech Republic 59, Mali 44
Quarterfinals
Following the preliminary round, the first and second placed teams in each of the four pools advanced to the medal quarterfinals to compete for 1st-8th place, while the remaining teams competed for 9th-16th place.
Friday, July 12
Classification Quarterfinals
China 80, Japan 74 Ukraine 80, Finland 51
Poland 82, Mali 52 Brazil 94, Mongolia 46
Medal Quarterfinals
USA 103, Sweden 72 • story • stats Russia 74, Czech Republic 66
Australia 72, Canada 58 Taiwan 72, Hungary 41
Semifinals
Saturday, July 13
Classification Semifinals
Japan 109, Mali 61 China 57, Poland 49
Finland 84, Mongolia 38 Ukraine 76, Brazil 66
Czech Republic 77, Hungary 67 Sweden 75, Canada 72 (OT)
Medal Semifinals
USA 79, Australia 78 • story • stats Russia 69, Taiwan 51
Finals
Monday, July 15
15th/16th Place: Mali 84, Mongolia 67
13th/14th Place: Japan 78, Finland 63
11th/12th Place: Poland 73, Brazil 59
9th/10th Place: Ukraine 85, China 72
7th/8th Place: Hungary 60, Canada 55
5th/6th Place: Sweden 72, Czech Republic 63
Bronze Medal Game: Australia 99, Taiwan 58
Gold Medal Game: USA 90, Russia 71 • story • stats
Final Standings
1. USA (6-0)
2. Russia (5-1)
3. Australia (5-1)
4. Taiwan (4-2)
5. Sweden (4-2)
6. Czech Republic (3-3)
7. Hungary (3-3)
8. Canada (1-5)
9. Ukraine (4-2)
10. China (3-3)
11. Poland (3-3)
12. Brazil (2-4)
13. Japan (3-3)
14. Finland (1-5)
15. Mali (1-5)
16. Mongolia (0-6)