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Australia women's national under-17 basketball team

The Australia women's national under-16 and under-17 basketball team is a national basketball team of Australia and is governed by the Australian Basketball Federation Inc.[1] It represents the country in international under-16 and under-17 (under age 16 and under age 17) women's basketball competitions.

Australia
FIBA ranking7th Increase 4
as of 10 December 2016
Joined FIBA1947
FIBA zoneFIBA Asia
National federationBasketball Australia
CoachShannon Seebohm (2017)
Under-17 Women's World Cup
Appearances4
MedalsGold (1): 2016
Under-16 Women's Asian Championship
Appearances1
MedalsGold medal asia.svg (1): 2017
Under-17 Women's Oceania Championship
Appearances5
MedalsGold medal australia.svg (5): 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017

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Tournament recordEdit

World ChampionshipEdit

Australia participated in the inaugural FIBA Under-17 World Championship in 2010 in France. They have appeared in every edition since.

World Cup
Year Round Position Pld W L Coach
  2010 Quarterfinals 7th of 12 7 4 3 Lonergan
  2012 Quarterfinals 5th of 12 8 5 3 Fillipou
  2014 Quarterfinals 5th of 16 7 6 1 Lucas
  2016 Champions 1st of 16 7 7 0 Seebohm
  2018 Third place 3rd of 16 7 6 1 Seebohm
Total 36 28 8

StatisticsEdit

Australia U-17 statistical leaders
Event PPG RPG APG SPG BPG
  2010 G. Tippett (18.0) G. Tippett (8.8) S. Talbot (3.1) S. Blicavs (1.6) G. Tippett (0.8)
  2012 V. Panousis (11.0) L. Brown (8.4) T. Mangakahia (2.4) T. Mangakahia (2.4) A. Smith (1.8)
  2014 T. Tupaea (10.0) A. Maley (11.4) T. Tupaea (3.4) T. Tupaea (2.0) A. Sharp (0.6)
  2016 E. Magbegor (12.5) J. Simmons (8.3) J. Simmons (4.2) J. Simmons (2.3) E. Magbegor (2.8)
  2018 S. Heal (16.0) A. Emma-Nnopu (7.9) I. Palmer (2.9) S. Heal (2.0) I. Anstey (0.7)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Australia Profile Page". FIBA. Retrieved 16 January 2018.