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Basketball at the 2011 Pan American Games – Women's tournament

The women's tournament of basketball at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico began on October 21 and ended on October 25, when Puerto Rico defeated Mexico 85–67 for the gold medal. All games were held at the CODE Dome. The defending champions was the United States.[1]

Basketball – Women's tournament at the XVI Pan American Games
Basketball pictogram.svg
VenueCODE Dome
DatesOctober 21 – October 25
Competitors95 from 8 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
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Contents

QualificationEdit

Three teams automatically qualified to compete in this tournament, the hosts Mexico, Canada and the United States. The rest qualified through two regional tournaments.[1]

Event Date Location Vacancies Qualified
Host Nation 1   Mexico
Automatic Qualification 2   Canada
  United States
2010 Centrobasket Women [2] July 12–16, 2010   Mayagüez 2   Puerto Rico
  Jamaica
FIBA South American Championship for Women 2010 Aug 10 – Aug 14, 2010   Santiago 3   Brazil
  Argentina
  Colombia
TOTAL 8

FormatEdit

  • Eight teams are split into 2 preliminary round groups of 4 teams each. The top 2 teams from each group qualify for the knockout stage.
  • The third and fourth placed teams will play the fifth to eight bracket.
  • In the semifinals, the matchups are as follows: A1 vs. B2 and B1 vs. A2
  • The winning teams from the semifinals will play for the gold medal. The losing teams compete for the bronze medal.

Ties are broken via the following the criteria, with the first option used first, all the way down to the last option:

  1. Head to head results.
  2. Goal average (not the goal difference) between the tied teams.
  3. Goal average of the tied teams for all teams in its group.[1]

SquadsEdit

At the start of tournament, all eight participating countries had 12 players on their rosters. Final squads for the tournament were due on September 14, 2011, a month before the start of the 2011 Pan American Games.[1]

DrawEdit

The draw for the tournament was held at the Weightlifting Forum, the venue for the Weightlifting at the games in Guadalajara on June 26 and was conducted by FIBA Americas Technical Director, Mr. Anibal García.[3]

The competing are drawn to each group by couples to secure a balance in the competition. The first team selected randomly in the draw goes to group A and the second to Group B.[3] Mexico as host nation got to choose which team from the first pot it played, the United States.[4]

Each team is listed with their world ranking before the draw. NR = Not ranked

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4

Preliminary roundEdit

All times are local Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)[5]

Qualified for the quarterfinals

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Mexico 3 2 1 192 218 –26 5 1 — 0
  Puerto Rico 3 2 1 222 216 +6 5 0 — 1
  Argentina 3 1 2 185 186 –1 4 1 — 0
  United States 3 1 2 212 191 +21 4 0 — 1
October 21
13:00
United States   55–58   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 19–5, 5–15, 13–22, 18–16
Pts: Stewart, 18
Rebs: Stewart, 21
Asts: James, 2
Pts: Gretter, 21
Rebs: Burani, 7
Asts: Gretter, 5
October 21
20:00
Mexico   76–74   Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 23–17, 17–13, 21–27, 15–17
Pts: Silva, 22
Rebs: 2 players, 10
Asts: M. Garcia, 5
Pts: Sepulveda, 20
Rebs: 3 players, 5
Asts: 3 players, 3
October 22
17:30
United States   70–75   Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 25–14, 8–19, 18–16, 19–26
Pts: Stewart, 14
Rebs: 2 players, 11
Asts: Redmon, 3
Pts: Sepulveda, 21
Rebs: 2 players, 6
Asts: Cortijo, 5
October 22
20:00
Argentina   57–58   Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 18–19, 19–10, 7–12, 13–17
Pts: Gretter, 14
Rebs: Burani, 11
Asts: Santana, 3
Pts: Gomez, 20
Rebs: A. Garcia, 13
Asts: Gomez, 4
October 23
13:00
Puerto Rico   73–70   Argentina
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 21–22, 10–13, 26–18
Pts: Escalera, 18
Rebs: Sepulveda, 5
Asts: Cortijo, 4
Pts: Burani, 24
Rebs: 2 players, 7
Asts: Carbrera, 6
October 23
20:00
  Mexico 58–87 United States  
Scoring by quarter: 14–10, 16–17, 15–35, 13–25
Pts: Gomez, 17
Rebs: Gutierrez, 6
Asts: Garcia, 5
Pts: Stewart, 17
Rebs: Redmon, 10
Asts: 3 players, 3

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
  Brazil 3 3 0 280 141 +139 6
  Colombia 3 2 1 195 169 +26 4
  Canada 3 1 2 206 166 +40 2
  Jamaica 3 0 3 89 295 –206 0
October 21
10:30
Brazil   78–53   Canada
Scoring by quarter: 24–15, 19–10, 14–22, 21–6
Pts: Marques, 16
Rebs: 2 players, 10
Asts: 3 players, 3
Pts: Colley, 14
Rebs: Colley, 7
Asts: 4 players, 2
October 21
17:30
Jamaica   26–83   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 7–20, 5–14, 12–15, 2–34
Pts: Brown, 10
Rebs: Dixon, 8
Asts: 2 players, 2
Pts: Mosquera, 21
Rebs: 2 players, 6
Asts: Olarte, 5
October 22
10:30
Brazil   116–34   Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 25–2, 27–9, 30–11, 34–12
Pts: De Souza, 22
Rebs: De Souza, 15
Asts: De Queiroz, 9
Pts: Jackson, 13
Rebs: Brown, 7
Asts: 2 players, 1
October 22
13:00
Canada   57–59   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 9–9, 23–16, 9–15, 16–19
Pts: Tatham, 17
Rebs: Pinske, 11
Asts: 2 players, 4
Pts: Mosquera, 21
Rebs: Martinez, 7
Asts: 2 players, 3
October 23
10:30
Colombia   53–86   Brazil
Scoring by quarter: 13–17, 14–25, 18–22, 8–22
Pts: Leidy Sanchez, 13
Rebs: 2 players, 7
Asts: 2 players, 2
Pts: Marques, 25
Rebs: De Souza, 13
Asts: 2 players, 4
October 23
17:30
Canada   96–29   Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 17–8, 32–6, 20–13, 27–2
Pts: Colley, 16
Rebs: Wolfram, 11
Asts: 6 players, 3
Pts: Dixon, 13
Rebs: Dixon, 7
Asts: 3 players, 1


Elimination stageEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
October 24
 
 
  Brazil 68
 
October 25
 
  Puerto Rico 69
 
  Puerto Rico 85
 
October 24
 
  Mexico 67
 
  Mexico 64
 
 
  Colombia 58
 
Third place
 
 
October 25
 
 
  [[Brazil women's national basketball team|Brazil]] 87
 
 
  Colombia 48

SemifinalsEdit

October 24
13:00
Brazil   68–69   Puerto Rico
Scoring by quarter: 17–13, 23–22, 12–21, 16–13
Pts: Valente, 16
Rebs: Souza, 15
Asts: Marçal, 4
Pts: Sepulveda, 22
Rebs: Placido, 7
Asts: Cortijo , 4
October 24
20:00
Mexico   64–58   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 16–16, 21–10, 10–18, 17–14
Pts: 2 players, 15
Rebs: 2 players, 8
Asts: Gómez, 6
Pts: Martinez, 15
Rebs: 2 players, 5
Asts: Martinez, 5

Seventh place matchEdit

October 24
10:30
United States   87–41   Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 24–11, 28–6, 19–15, 16–9
Pts: James, 19
Rebs: 2 players, 10
Asts: 2 players, 5
Pts: Jackson, 19
Rebs: Jackson, 10
Asts: Dell, 2

Fifth place matchEdit

October 24
17:30
Argentina   50–38   Canada
Scoring by quarter: 17–4, 6–9, 16–13, 11–12
Pts: Reggiardo, 17
Rebs: Burani, 8
Asts: Pavón, 2
Pts: Colley, 11
Rebs: Wolfram, 7
Asts: Colley, 3

Bronze medal matchEdit

October 25
17:30
Brazil   87–48   Colombia
Scoring by quarter: 24 – 11, 17 – 19, 28 – 11, 18 – 7
Pts: Marques, 20
Rebs: De Souza, 9
Asts: 4 players, 2
Pts: Sanchez, 12
Rebs: Palacio, 7
Asts: Mosquera, 4

Gold medal matchEdit

October 25
20:00
Puerto Rico   85–67   Mexico
Scoring by quarter: 14 – 11, 21 – 19, 25 – 19, 25 – 18
Pts: Cortijo, 29
Rebs: Cortijo, 6
Asts: Cortijo, 10
Pts: Gomez, 33
Rebs: Gomez, 16
Asts: 2 players, 5


 2011 Pan American Games Winners 
 
Puerto Rico
1st title

Final standingsEdit

Rank Team Record
    Puerto Rico 4 — 1
    Mexico 3 — 2
    Brazil 4 — 1
4   Colombia 2 — 3
5   Argentina 2 — 2
6   Canada 1 — 3
7   United States 2 — 2
8   Jamaica 0 — 4

MedalistsEdit

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