2010 South American Basketball Championship for Women

The 2010 South American Basketball Championship for Women was the 32nd edition of the FIBA South America Championship for Women. Seven teams featured the competition, held in Santiago, Chile from 10 to August 14. Brazil was the defending champion and retain the title.[1]

2010 South American Basketball Championship for Women
32nd South American Basketball Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nationChile
Dates10 – August 14
Teams8
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Brazil
(23rd title)
MVPParaguay Paola Ferrari[1]
Official website
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Preliminary roundEdit

Qualified for the semifinals
Team competed in Classification Round

Group AEdit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA PD
  Argentina 4 2 2 0 179 144 +35
  Paraguay 3 2 1 1 168 185 –17
  Chile 2 2 0 2 163 181 –18
August 10
19:30
Argentina   97–69   Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 30–11, 16–19, 28–17, 23–22
Pts: Cava, Fernández 20
Rebs: Fernández 8
Asts: González, Chesta, Pavón 3
Pts: Ferrari 33
Rebs: Ferrari 8
Asts: Peña, Aponte 2

August 11
19:30
Chile   88–99   Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 16–30, 14–15, 28–25, 30–29
Pts: Aragonese 23
Rebs: Gómez 19
Asts: Novión 6
Pts: Ferrari 48
Rebs: Aponte 6
Asts: Ferrari 9

August 12
19:30
Chile   75–82   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 21–21, 18–28, 21–13
Pts: Gómez 18
Rebs: Gómez 6
Asts: Morrison 3
Pts: Sánchez 28
Rebs: Sánchez 8
Asts: Gatti 5

Group BEdit

Team Pts Pld W L PF PA PD
  Brazil 6 3 3 0 321 133 +188
  Colombia 5 3 2 1 200 216 –16
  Venezuela 4 3 1 2 170 244 –74
  Uruguay 3 3 0 3 173 271 –98
August 10
15:30
Venezuela   61–68   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 10–21, 12–10, 22–17, 17–20
Pts: Silva 19
Rebs: Villarroel 9
Asts: Pérez 3
Pts: Mosquera 28
Rebs: Mosquera, Martínez 6
Asts: Valek 7

August 10
17:30
Brazil   120–43   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 31–8, 26–14, 35–10, 28–11
Pts: Amaral 18
Rebs: Santos 8
Asts: K. Rocha 4
Pts: Pereyra 9
Rebs: Pereyra, Acosta, Dagnino, Somma 2
Asts: Tovagliari, Acosta 1

August 11
15:30
Uruguay   69–72   Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 19–15, 13–25, 18–22, 19–10
Pts: Pereyra 19
Rebs: Somma 10
Asts: Guadalupe 2
Pts: Corrales 21
Rebs: Corrales, C. Blanco 9
Asts: Silva 3

August 11
17:30
Brazil   94–53   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 28–10, 22–7, 24–17, 20–19
Pts: Beling 13
Rebs: S. Rocha, Oliveira 7
Asts: Pinto 6
Pts: Mosquera 16
Rebs: Robledo 6
Asts: Valek 5

August 12
15:30
Colombia   79–61   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 28–20, 22–15, 13–14, 16–12
Pts: Arias 26
Rebs: Mosquera 9
Asts: Valek 8
Pts: Tovagliari 16
Rebs: Dibarboure, Somma 5
Asts: Guadalupe, Dagnino 2

August 12
17:30
Brazil   107–37   Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 20–11, 30–7, 28–12, 29–7
Pts: Colhado 16
Rebs: S. Rocha 8
Asts: Luz 7
Pts: C. Blanco 8
Rebs: Villarroel 5
Asts: Silva 4

Knockout roundEdit

5th–7th playoffsEdit

 
Semi-finalsFifth place
 
      
 
August 13 – Santiago
 
 
  Chile96
 
August 14 – Santiago
 
  Uruguay63
 
  Chile86
 
 
 
  Venezuela71
 
  Venezuela
 
 
bye
 

5th–7th semifinalsEdit

August 13
15:30
Chile   96–63   Uruguay
Scoring by quarter: 30–13, 16–16, 18–17, 32–17
Pts: Gómez 23
Rebs: Morrison, Gómez 13
Asts: Novión 6
Pts: Guadalupe 17
Rebs: Guadalupe 5
Asts: Guarnaschelli 2

5th place playoffEdit

August 14
15:30
Chile   86–71   Venezuela
Scoring by quarter: 30–18, 12–12, 20–17, 24–24
Pts: Morrison 20
Rebs: Morrison 16
Asts: Franco, Novión, Morrison, Gómez 2
Pts: Villarroel 25
Rebs: Blanco 11
Asts: Silva 3

ChampionshipEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
August 13 – Santiago
 
 
  Argentina83
 
August 14 – Santiago
 
  Colombia74
 
  Argentina68
 
August 13 – Santiago
 
  Brazil94
 
  Brazil114
 
 
  Paraguay61
 
Third place
 
 
August 14 – Santiago
 
 
  Colombia85
 
 
  Paraguay70

SemifinalsEdit

August 13
17:30
Argentina   83–74   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 16–24, 18–14, 31–17, 18–19
Pts: Sánchez 20
Rebs: Pavón 9
Asts: Paoletta 4
Pts: Arias 23
Rebs: Arias 11
Asts: Valek 5
August 13
19:30
Brazil   114–61   Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 32–14, 28–21, 29–14, 25–12
Pts: Colhado 23
Rebs: Colhado 9
Asts: Pinto, K. Rocha, S. Rocha 4
Pts: Ferrari 23
Rebs: Ferrari, Caraves 4
Asts: Aponte

Bronze medal gameEdit

August 14
17:30
Colombia   85–70   Paraguay
Scoring by quarter: 17–20, 29–17, 25–11, 14–22
Pts: Arias 34
Rebs: Arias 14
Asts: Valek 7
Pts: Ferrari 30
Rebs: Huttemann, Insfran 6
Asts: Ferrari 7

FinalEdit

August 14
19:30
Argentina   68–94   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 17–23, 13–23, 13–31
Pts: Reggiardo 19
Rebs: Cava 5
Asts: González, Reggiardo 2
Pts: S. Rocha 14
Rebs: Amaral 6
Asts: Pinto, K. Rocha, Colhado 2

Final standingsEdit

Rank Team Record
    Brazil 5–0
    Argentina 3–1
    Colombia 3–2
4th   Paraguay 1–3
5th   Chile 2–2
6th   Venezuela 1–3
7th   Uruguay 0–4

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit