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William Jones Cup Standings
 1. S.Korea 5-0 
 2. Japan 4-1 
 3. Taiwan 3-2 
 4. USA 2-3 
 5. Taiwan B 1-4 
 6. Thailand 0-5 




South Korea triumphs in Taipei (PHoto: William Jones Cup)
2013 ROSTER
Starting Five in BOLD letters
Starting five
Youn-Joo Kim
Kim
Ajung Kang
Kang
Joo-Young Kwak
Kwak
Hye-Jin Park
Park
Soo-Yeon Kim
Kim
2 Kim Gyu-Hee 171-G-92 S-Birds South Korea
3 Hong Boram 178-F-88 Bichumi South Korea
4 Lee Seon-Hwa 181-C-88 Bichumi South Korea
5 Kim Youn-Joo 178-F-86 S-Birds South Korea
6 Hong Aran 173-G-92 KB Stars South Korea
7 Kang Ajung 180-F-89 KB Stars South Korea
9 Kwak Joo-Young 185-F/C-84 S-Birds South Korea
10 Park Ha-Na 177-G-90 One FX South Korea
12 Park Hye-Jin 178-G-90 Woori Hansae South Korea
13 Lee Seung-Ah 175-G-92 Woori Hansae South Korea
14 Kim Soo-Yeon 185-C-86 KB Stars South Korea
41 Lee You-Jin 186-C-90 Bichumi South Korea

Kim Young Joo Head Coach
Lee Jee Seung Assistant SK Knights South Korea

Asia-Basket.com All-William Jones Cup Awards 2013 - Aug 29, 2013

Asia-Basket.com All-William Jones Cup 1st Team 2013
Moeko Nagaoka
Nagaoka
Soo-Yeon Kim
Kim
Youn-Joo Kim
Kim
Ajung Kang
Kang
Patechia Hartman
Hartman

Best Player: Youn-Joo Kim (178-F-86) of S.Korea
Best Guard: Patechia Hartman (5'7''-G-83) of USA
Best Forward: Youn-Joo Kim (178-F-86) of
S.Korea
Best Center: Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) of Japan

1st Team
F: Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) of Japan
C: Soo-Yeon Kim (185-C-86) of
S.Korea
F: Youn-Joo Kim (178-F-86) of
S.Korea
F: Ajung Kang (180-F-89) of
S.Korea
G: Patechia Hartman (5'7''-G-83) of USA

2nd Team
F: Christina Dewitt (6'2''-F-87) of USA
C: Chi-Wen Lin (186-C-83) of Taiwan
F: Yoko Nagi (175-F-82) of Japan
G: Jui-Yu Lan (170-G-83) of Taiwan
PG: Rui Machida (161-PG-93) of Japan

Honorable Mention
Juthamas Jantakan (174-G-85) of Thailand
Jia-Wei Liu (175-F-88) of Taiwan B.



South Korea triumphs in Taipei - Aug 18, 2013

Taiwan- South Korea 52:75

South Korea clinch the trophy at the William Jones Cup. They overcame Taiwan 75:52 in the last game to finish the Robin Round undefeated with 5-0 record. Taiwan finished third with 3-2 record.
South Korea was the favorite of the game and started with 16-11 run. They added 18-12 rally in the second period and also dominated the second half. South Korea won the third period 21-15 and finished the game with 20-14 rally.
KIM Youn Joo top-scored for the winners with 17 points and KANG A Jung netted 15. LEE Seon Hwa delivered 13, whilst KWAK Joo Young poured in 12. LAN HAO-YU ended up with 12 points in defeat and Wang Li-Yun (176-F/C-85) scored 10. HUANG YING-LI nailed 8 and Lin Chi-Wen (186-C-83) had 6.

Taiwan:
LAN HAO-YU 12, Wang Li-Yun 10, HUANG YING-LI 8, Lin Chi-Wen 6
South Korea: Kim Youn-Joo (178-F-86) 17, KANG A Jung 15, LEE Seon Hwa 13, Kwak Joo-Young (185-F/C-84) 12


Taiwan B -Japan 57:65

Japan beat Taiwan B to finish second at the William Jones Cup. The Japanese team needed a 65:57 win for 4-1 record at the tournament. Taiwan B dropped at 1-4 record and finished on the fifth place.
Taiwan B managed to start better and won the opening period 20-16. Japan woke up however later in the game and replied with three victories in the rest of the game. They won the second period 17-12 and took the lead after a 13-10 run in the third frame. Moreover Japan finished the game with 19-15 to take the second place at the William Jones Cup.
Rui Machida (161-PG-93) top-scored for the winners with 15 points and Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) nailed 14. Eri Nakahata (165-G/F-88) and Yoko Nagi (175-F-82) delivered 10 each, whilst Ai Mitani (182-F-78) had 9. Liu Jia-Wei (175-F-88) produced 20 points in the losing effort and Huang Hsiang-Ting (180-F-93) shot 8. Chang Chi-Fang (174-G-93) ended up with 7 points in a loss.

Taiwan B: Liu Jia-Wei 20, Huang Hsiang-Ting 8, Chang Chi-Fang 7
Japan: Rui Machida 15, Moeko Nagaoka 14, Eri Nakahata 10, Yoko Nagi 10 Ai Mitani 9



USA-Thailand 110:59

USA demolish Thailand at the Miaoli Dome Gymnasium to finish the William Jones Cup with the win. They posted a 110:59 victory to finish with 2-3 record on the fourth place. Thailand meanwhile finished winless with 0-5 record.
USA won all the quartets of the game. They started the game with 26-18 and added 32-10 surge in the second frame. USA dominated the second half as well and managed to score 52 points in the next 20 minutes. They won the third period 30-19 and finished the game with 22-12.
Angelique Burtts (6'0''-F-88, college: Georgia St.) stepped up with 23 points and 13 rebounds, whileMattilyn McIntyre (5'9''-G-89, college: UALR) nailed 21. Toccara Ross (6'0''-F-86, college: Iowa St.) poured in 16, while Christian DEWITT collected 12 points and 14 rebounds and Dalia ESHE scored 12.Penphan Yothanan (5'7''-C-83) finished the game with 19 points and Chonticha Chirdpetcharat (5'9''-F-81) brought 8. Suwimon Sangtad (5'8''-PG-91) and Daraporn Panchang (5'3''-G-89) shot 6 points each.

USA: Angelique Burtts 23+13 rebs, Mattilyn McIntyre 21, Toccara Ross 16, Christian DEWITT 12+14 rebs, Dalia ESHE 12
Thailand: Penphan Yothanan 19, Chonticha Chirdpetcharat 8, Suwimon Sangtad 6, Daraporn Panchang6


Results and Stats from Day 4 in Taipei - Aug 17, 2013

South Korea - Taiwan B 76:63
South Korea claimed the fourth consecutive victory at the William Jones Cup. They knocked down Taiwan B to remain on top of the standings. Kang Ajung (180-F-89) stepped up with impressive 36 points to lead the winners. Taiwan B selection fell at 1-3 record at the tourney.
South Korea jumped to a 21:15 lead after ten minutes. Taiwan B cut the deficit in the second frame. They got within 2 points at the interval 39:37. Taiwan B erased the deficit in the third term. The teams entered the fourth period tied at 50. But South Korea increased the tempo dropping 26 points in the fourth frame. The hosts could not match the effort and had to surrender at the end. Kwak Joo-Young (185-F/C-84) and Kim Youn-Joo (178-F-86) produced 10 points apiece for the winners. Chang Chi-Fang (174-G-93) answered with 14 points for Taiwan B. Liu Jia-Wei (175-F-88) had 12 points in the losing effort.

South Korea: Kang Ajung 36, Kwak Joo-Young 10, Kim Youn-Joo 10
Taiwan B: Chang Chi-Fang 14, Liu Jia-Wei 12

Japan - USA 89:67
Japan gained the third victory at the William Jones Cup. They cruised past the USA to improve at 3-1 record. Ayumi Suzuki (179-C/F-85) notched 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the winners.
Japan ensured a quick start as they built a 23:12 lead after ten minutes. The USA slowed their opponents down and cut the deficit at 10-point mark at halftime 43:33. But Japan cleared off in the third term. The Asian team went on a 22:9 run to secure a comfortable 23-point lead at the final intermission. The USA exploded with 25 points in the fourth period trying to rescue the game but Japan easily matched the effort and marched to the victory. Chinatsu Yamamoto (175-G/F-91) had 14 points, while Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) had 12 points and 8 boards in the win. Christina Dewitt (188-F-87, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: N.Carolina) responded with 20 points and 14 boards for the USA. Patechia Hartman (170-G-83, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: Georgia St.) chipped in 11 points in the loss.

Japan: Ayumi Suzuki 16+10 boards, Chinatsu Yamamoto 14, Moeko Nagaoka 12
USA: Christina Dewitt 20+14 boards, Patechia Hartman 11

Taiwan - Thailand 106:50
Taiwan improved at 3-1 record at the William Jones Cup. They knocked down Thailand today. Peng Szu-Chin (163-G-91) nailed 26 points to lead the winners. Thailand suffered the fourth defeat at the tournament.
Taiwan went on a 25:11 run in the opening quarter. The hosts extended the lead in the second frame. They went on a 25:9 run to take a 50:20 halftime advantage. Thailand could not contain their opponents in the second half. Taiwan raced to a 45-point advantage at the final break and coasted to the victory. Huang YingLi (170-G-89) had 22 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists, while Wang Li-Yun (176-F/C-85) had 17 points in the victory. Juthamas Jantakan (174-G-85) answered with 22 points for Thailand. Penphan Phromat had 8 points in the loss.

Taiwan: Peng Szu-Chin 26, Huang YingLi 22, Wang Li-Yun 17
Thailand: Juthamas Jantakan 22, Penphan Phromat 8


Results and Stats from Day 3 in Taipei - Aug 16, 2013

Taiwan-Japan 67:77

Japan won over Taiwan in a top game of Day 3 at the William Jones Cup. Japan needed a 77:67 win to tie both records at 2-1.
Taiwan entered the game undefeated and started with 22-21 lead. Japan however posted three victories in the rest of the game. They won the second period 20-15 and then added 22-18 in the third quarter. Moreover Japan needed a 14-12 run to seal the victory.
Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) stepped up with 29 points and Yoko Nagi (175-F-82) had 19. Ayumi Suzuki (179-C/F-85) poured in 13, whilst Rui Machida (161-PG-93) notched 7. LAN HAO-YU produced 14 points in defeat and LI YOU-RUEI as well as Lin Chi-Wen (186-C-83) added 12 each. Chun-Yi Liu (180-F/C-81) followed them with 10 points in the losing case.
Tomorrow Taiwan will take in Thailand, while Japan will play against USA.

Taiwan: LAN HAO-YU 14, LI YOU-RUEI 12, Lin Chi-Wen 12, Chun-Yi Liu 10
Japan: Moeko Nagaoka 29, Yoko Nagi 19, Ayumi Suzuki 13, Rui Machida 7




Taiwanese B National Team-USA 63:78

USA roll over Taiwanese B National Team in Day 3 of the William Jones Cup. USA tied both records at 1-2 after a 78:63 win.
USA went on a 17-12 lead at the end of the first period and keep their lead until the end. They added 21-17 rally in the second frame and enjoyed a 38:29 halftime advantage. Taiwanese B National Team managed to win the third period 18-16, but USA controlled the end of the game. They won the last stanza 24-16 and celebrated the initial win at the tournament.
LaKeisha La'Keisha Sutton (5'9''-G, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: S.Carolina) stepped up with 18 points and Patechia Hartman (5'7''-G-83, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college:Georgia St.) netted 16. Toccara Ross (6'0''-F-86, college: Iowa St.) delivered 15, whilst Christian DEWITT collected 14 points and 18 rebounds. Chang Chi-Fang (5'9''-G-93) answered with 17 points in the losing effort. Huang Hsiang-Ting (5'11''-F-93) had 11 and Liu Jia-Wei (5'9''-F-88) notched 10.

Taiwanese B National Team: Chang Chi-Fang 17, Huang Hsiang-Ting 11, Liu Jia-Wei 10,
USA: La'Keisha Sutton 18, Patechia Hartman 16, Toccara Ross 15, Christian DEWITT 14+18 rebs

South Korea-Thailand 91:51

South Korea continue their winning streak at the William Jones Cup. The team overcame Thailand 91:51 for 3-0 record. The latter meanwhile fell at 0-3 record.
South Korea opened the game with 15-6 lead and never looked behind. They exploded with 33-13 surge and reached 48:19 halftime advantage. Moreover the favorites managed to win both quarters in the second half. They posted a 24-15 rally in the third quarter and finished the game with 19-17 run.
LEE Seon Hwa top-scored for the winners with 22 points and 12 rebounds, while Hong Bo Ram notched 19. KIM Gyu Hee posted 11, while KWAK Joo Young had 8. Thidaporn Maihom (170-F-93) replied with 11 points in a loss, whilst Juthamas Jantakan (174-G-85) produced 10. Penphan Yothanan (170-C-83) delivered 9 and Pattrawadee Janthabut (174-G-86) scored 8.

South Korea: Lee Seon-Hwa (181-C-88) 22+12 rebs, Hong Bo-Ram 19, Kim Gyu-Hee (171-G-92) 11, Kwak Joo-Young (185-F/C-84) 8
Thailand: Thidaporn Maihom 11, Juthamas Jantakan 10, Penphan Yothanan 9, Pattrawadee Janthabut 8



Results and Stats from Day 2 in Taipei - Aug 15, 2013

Japan - Thailand 84:45
Japan claimed the opening win at the William Jones Cup. They knocked down Thailand to improve at 1-1 record. Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) nailed 21 points and 8 rebounds to lead the winners. Thailand fell at 0-2 record after the loss.
Japan got to a strong start. They registered a 21:11 lead after ten minutes. Japan held their opponents to just 4 points in the second frame and registered a 39:15 halftime lead. Japan increased the tempo in the second half. They unloaded 27 points in the third period to ensure a 34-point advantage before the fourth period. Thailand could not recover and had to surrender at the end. Yoko Nagi (175-F-82) chipped in 10 points, while Asami Shimizu (173-G/F-89), Chinatsu Yamamoto (175-G/F-91) and Mikoto Onuma (174-F-93) had 8 points each in the win. Juthamas Jantakan (174-G-85) delivered 14 points for Thailand. Pattrawadee Janthabut (174-G-86) and Thidaporn Maihom (170-F-93) dropped 6 points each in the loss.

Japan: Moeko Nagaoka 21, Yoko Nagi 10, Asami Shimizu 8, Chinatsu Yamamoto 8, Mikoto Onuma 8
Thailand: Juthamas Jantakan 14, Pattrawadee Janthabut 6, Thidaporn Maihom 6

South Korea - USA 97:93 (OT)
South Korea clinched an overtime victory over the USA in the second round of the William Jones Cup in Taipei. Kim Youn-Joo (178-F-86) produced 28 points to lead the effort. South Korea improved at 2-0 record, while dropping the USA at 0-2.
The Korean team unleashed 28 points in the opening quarter and gained a 5-point lead after ten minutes. They maintained the lead throughout the second frame. South Korea established a 46:39 halftime advantage. The USA narrowed the deficit in the third period. They got within 5 points at the third break. The North American players accounted for 27 points in the fourth quarter and forced overtime. But South Korea pulled together in the extra frame and snatched a tough win at the end. Kwak Joo-Young (185-F/C-84) finished with 21 points, while Kang Ajung (180-F-89) had 16 points in the victory. Patechia Hartman (170-G-83, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: Georgia St.) answered with 20 points for the USA. Mattilyn McIntyre (175-G-89, college: UALR) delivered 17 points in the loss.

South Korea: Kim Youn-Joo 28, Kwak Joo-Young 21, Kang Ajung 16
USA: Patechia Hartman 20, Mattilyn McIntyre 17

Taiwan - Taiwan B 63:55
Taiwan claimed the second straight win at the start of the William Jones Cup. They held off the Taiwanese B National Team to remain undefeated. Huang Ping-Jen (178-F-89) posted 16 points and 10 rebounds in the victory.
Taiwan snatched a 21:17 lead after ten minutes of action. Taiwan B cut the distance at 2-point mark at halftime 31:33. Taiwan extended the lead in the third term. They arrived at the final break up by 11 points 53:42. Taiwan B narrowed the deficit in the fourth frame but could not avoid the defeat. Chen Yi-Feng (170-G-84) netted 11 points, while Wu Yi-Ting (175-F/G-91) produced 10 points in the victory. Ya-Chien Lee answered with 11 points for Taiwan B. Pan Tzu-Yin (170-G-92) and Liu Jia-Wei (175-F-88) had 9 points apiece in the loss.

Taiwan: Huang Ping-Jen 16+10 boards, Chen Yi-Feng 11, Wu Yi-Ting 10
Taiwan B: Ya-Chien Lee 11, Pan Tzu-Yin 9, Liu Jia-Wei 9


Results and Stats from Day 1 in Taipei - Aug 14, 2013

Taiwan B - Thailand 90:67
Taiwan B team clinched the first win at the William Jones annual tournament in Taipei. They knocked down Thailand in the opening round of the tourney. Liu Jia-Wei (175-F-88) connected for 18 points to pace the winners.
Taiwan B fired 21 points in the first frame to gain a 3-point lead. They unleashed 32 points in the second quarter to gain a 16-point halftime advantage. Taiwan kept their opponents at bay throughout the third term. The hosts entered the fourth frame up by 17 points. Taiwan fired 17 points in the final stanza and secured the winning outcome. Pan Tzu-Yin (92) notched 12 points, while Ya-Chien Lee and Yu-Ping Chang added 11 points each for the winners. Chonitcha Chonticha Chirdpetcharat (174-F-81) answered with 15 points for Thailand. Chalisa Chamnarnwaree (85) had 12 points and 9 rebounds in the loss.

Taiwan B: Liu Jia-Wei 18, Pan Tzu-Yin 12, Ya-Chien Lee 11, Yu-Ping Chang 11
Thailand: Chonitcha Chonticha Chirdpetcharat 15, Chalisa Chamnarnwaree 12

South Korea - Japan 68:59
South Korea registered the first win at the William Jones Cup. They fired past Japan in the opener. Kang Ajeong (180-F-89) nailed 19 points to lead the charge.
Japan registered a 17:12 lead after ten minutes. But South Korea turned things around in the second frame. They went on a 23:11 rally to ensure a 35:28 halftime advantage. South Korea maintained the lead throughout the third period. They entered the fourth quarter up by 8 points. South Korea knocked down 17 points in the final frame and escaped with a tough victory at the end. Park Hye-Jin (178-G-90) provided 17 points, while Kwak Joo-Young (185-F/C-84) netted 14 points in the victory. Moeko Nagaoka (180-F-93) responded with 25 points for Japan. Yoko Nagi (175-F-82) chipped in 18 points in the loss.

South Korea: Kang Ajeong 19, Park Hye-Jin 17, Kwak Joo-Young 14
Japan: Moeko Nagaoka 25, Yoko Nagi 18

Taiwan - USA 97:63
Taiwan victoriously opened their William Jones Cup campaign. They fired past the USA in the opener. Hao-Yu Lan knocked down 26 points to lead the winners.
Taiwan stunned their opponents in the opening frame. The hosts went on a 33:9 run in the first period. Taiwan maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. They established a 52:26 halftime lead. Things got even worse for the North American side in the third term. Taiwan unleashed 27 points to gain a 36-point lead before the fourth frame. The USA outscored the hosts in the fourth frame but could not avoid the heavy defeat. Huang Ping-Jen (178-F-89) connected for 14 points, while Huang YingLi (170-G-89) added 12 points for the home side. Patechia Hartman (170-G-83, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: Georgia St.) answered with 15 points and 8 boards for the USA. Christina Dewitt (188-F-87, agency: Gamble Sports Management, college: N.Carolina) had 14 points and 11 boards in the loss.

Taiwan: Hao-Yu Lan 26, Huang Ping-Jen 14, Huang YingLi 12
USA: Patechia Hartman 15, Christina Dewitt 14+11 boards



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