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William Jones Cup Standings
 1. Canada 5-0 
 2. Japan 4-1 
 3. S.Korea 3-2 
 4. Taiwan 2-3 
 5. Taiwan B 1-4 
 6. USA 0-5 
Points Per Game
 1 Chun-Yi Liu TAI16.6 
 2 Abe Yukine JPN14.8 
 3 Christina Dewitt USA14.4 
 4 Hung-Ying Huang CHW13.8 
 5 Jessica Schroll USA13.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Jessica Schroll USA9.0 
 2 Cassandra Brown CAN8.6 
 3 Ji-Su Park KOR8.6 
 4 Christina Dewitt USA7.8 
 5 Soo-Yeon Kim KOR7.6 
Assists Per Game
 1 Ito Kyoko JPN4.6 
 2 Yi-Feng Chen CHB3.4 
 3 Karly Roser CAN3.2 
 4 Korissa Williams CAN3.2 
 5 Yu-Ping Chang CHW3.2 



William Jones Cup: Canada earn title in Taipei (Photo: basketball.ca)

Starting five
#s#
Karly Roser
Roser
Korissa Williams
Williams
Samantha Hill
Hill
Jamie Weisner
Weisner
Emily Potter
Potter
#e#5
4Keshonda Carrier 201-C-87 Auburn
5Karly Roser 178-G-93 Northwestern
6Korissa Williams 175-G-92 Windsor Canada
7Samantha Hill 178-G-94 Virginia Tech
8Jamie Weisner 178-G-94 Oregon St.
9Sarah-Jane Marois 170-G-94
10Cassandra Brown 188-G/F-92 Portland
11Quinn Dornstauder 193-C-95 Arizona St.
12Emily Potter 196-F-95 Utah
13Emma Wolfram 196-C-95 Gonzaga
14Audrey-Ann Caron-Goudreau 187-SF-95
15Khaleann Caron-Goudreau 187-SF-95
21Megan Lukan 170-G-92 Green Bay


Asia-Basket.com All-William Jones Cup Awards 2014 - Aug 25, 2014

Asia-Basket.com All-William Jones Cup 1st Team 2014
Yukine Abe
Abe
Emily Potter
Potter
Christina Dewitt
Dewitt
Jessica Schroll
Schroll
Liu Chun-Yi
Chun-Yi

Best Player: Emily Potter (6'5''-F-95) of Canada
Best Guard: Yukine Abe (G-90) of Japan
Best Forward: Emily Potter (6'5''-F-95) of Canada
Best Center: Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) of Taiwan

1st Team
G: Yukine Abe (G-90) of Japan
F: Emily Potter (6'5''-F-95) of Canada
F: Christina Dewitt (188-F-87) of USA
F: Jessica Schroll (5'11''-F) of USA
F/C: Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) of Taiwan

2nd Team
G: Kyoko Ito (90) of Japan
G: Yi-Feng Chen (170-G-84) of Taiwan
G: Karly Roser (5'10''-G-93) of Canada
G/F: Cassandra Brown (6'2''-G/F-92) of Canada
C: Soo-Yeon Kim (185-C-86) of S. Korea



Canada earn title undefeated in Taipei - Aug 24, 2014

Canada - Savage USA 80:56
Canada clinched the William Jones Cup trophy. They outgunned Savage USA to clinch the fifth consecutive victory at the tournament. Emily Potter (196-F-95) stepped up with 13 points to lead the winners.
USA and Canada traded baskets throughout the first frame. The scoreboard read 16:16 after ten minutes. Savage USA pulled ahead in the second frame. They secured a 31:29 halftime advantage. But Canada responded with a massive 29:8 run in the third term to pull ahead. They added 22 points in the fourth stanza to seal the victory. Samantha Hill (178-G-94) netted 12 points, while Dakota Whyte (173-G-94), Quinn Dornstauder (193-C-95) and Jamie Weisner (178-G-94) added 10 points each for the winners. Taylor Ford (175-G-92) responded with 19 points for Savage USA. Jessica Schroll (180-F) had 14 points in the loss.

Canada: Emily Potter 13, Samantha Hill 12, Dakota Whyte 10, Quinn Dornstauder 10, Jamie Weisner 10
Savage USA: Taylor Ford 19, Jessica Schroll 14

Japan - Taiwan B 80:70
Japan finished in the second position at the William Jones Cup. They outgunned Taiwan B on the final day of the tournament. Shiori Takada (171-G-92) provided 17 points for the winners.
Japan accumulated a 24:11 lead after the opening frame. The teams traded baskets throughout the second term. Japan ensured a 46:33 halftime advantage. Taiwan B narrowed the distance in the third quarter. The hosts pulled within 6 points at the final intermission. But Japan held their opponents to only 13 points in the fourth period and came out as winners. Yukine Abe (90) delivered 15 points, while Chisa Yoshida (178-F-88) had 13 points in the victory. Yu-Chen Wei responded with 19 points for Taiwan B. Huang Hung-Ying had 18 points in the loss.

Japan: Shiori Takada 17, Yukine Abe 15, Chisa Yoshida 13
Taiwan B: Yu-Chen Wei 19, Huang Hung-Ying 18

South Korea - Taiwan 79:73
South Korea claimed the third victory at the William Jones Cup and finished third at the tournament. They overcame hosting Taiwan in the final game in Taipei. Hong A-Ran (173-G-92) came up with 21 points to lead the effort.
South Korea registered a 19:12 lead after the opening frame. The Korean team maintained the advantage throughout the second period. They established a 41:31 halftime advantage. Taiwan cut the distance in the third period. The hosts pulled within 9 points at the final intermission. Taiwan stayed aggressive throughout the fourth frame but failed to overcome the deficit. Park Ji-Su (188-C-98) had 19 points and 11 rebounds, while Kim Youn-Joo (178-F-86) had 13 points in the win. Chun-Yi Liu (180-F/C-81) responded with 20 points for Taiwan. Ping-Jen Huang netted 16 points in the loss.

South Korea: Hong A-Ran 21, Park Ji-Su 19+11 boards, Kim Youn-Joo 13
Taiwan: Chun-Yi Liu 20, Ping-Jen Huang 16


Results and Stats from Day 4 in Taipei - Aug 23, 2014

South Korea - Taiwan B 61:48
South Korea earned the second victory at the William Jones Cup. They outgunned Taiwan B National Team in Taipei today. Hong A-Ran (173-G-92) scored 15 points for the visitors.
South Korea held their opponents to just 8 points in the first frame and jumped at 4-point lead at the first break. They stretched the gap in the second period. South Korea accumulated a 29:24 halftime advantage. Taiwan B narrowed the distance in the third term. They pulled within two points at the final intermission. But South Korea responded with a strong 18:7 rally in the fourth frame to seal the win. Park Ji-Su (188-C-98) stepped up with 19 points and 12 rebounds for South Korea. Kim Soo-Yeon (185-C-86) added 9 points and 16 boards in the victory. Huang Hung-Ying responded with 16 points for Taiwan B. Liu Yi-Chun (186-C-86) provided 11 points in the loss.

South Korea: Park Ji-Su 19+12 boards, Hong A-Ran 15, Kim Soo-Yeon 9+16 boards
Taiwan B: Huang Hung-Ying 16, Liu Yi-Chun 11

Japan - Savage USA 79:72
Japan clinched the second consecutive victory at the William Jones Cup. They held off Savage USA to improve at 3-1 record. Yukine Abe (90) recorded 18 points to lead the winners.
Japan ensured a 21:18 lead after the opening frame. Savage USA erased the deficit in the second period. They tied things up at 36 at the big break. But Japan were back in control after the interval. The Asian team pulled ahead for a 56:51 lead after thirty minutes of action. They knocked down 23 points in the fourth frame and sealed the victory. Tomomi Tanaka (173-G-89) and Chisa Yoshida (178-F-88) delivered 15 points each for the winners. Taylor Ford (175-G-92) responded with 22 points for Savage USA. Christina Dewitt (188-F-87, college: N.Carolina) had 17 points and 10 rebounds in the loss.

Japan: Yukine Abe 18, Tomomi Tanaka 15, Chisa Yoshida 15
Savage USA: Taylor Ford 22, Christina Dewitt 17+10 boards

Canada - Taiwan 73:70
Canada registered the fourth straight victory at the William Jones Cup. They defeated hosting Taiwan to remain undefeated. Adut Bulgak (193-F) stepped up with 19 points and 15 rebounds to pace the North American team.
Taiwan eked out a 20:19 lead after the opening frame. Canada stiffened defensively in the second quarter. They held Taiwan to just 11 points and pulled ahead for a 33:31 halftime lead. Canada stretched the margin in the third quarter. They secured a 52:44 advantage heading into the fourth stanza. Taiwan dropped 26 points in the final period but could not avoid the defeat. Dakota Whyte (173-G-94) netted 14 points, while Emily Potter (196-F-95) added 10 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Chen Yi-Feng (170-G-84) responded with 16 points, 7 steals and 6 assists for Taiwan. Chun-Yi Liu (180-F/C-81) had 13 points in the defeat.

Canada: Adut Bulgak 19+15 boards, Dakota Whyte 14, Emily Potter 10
Taiwan: Chen Yi-Feng 16, Chun-Yi Liu 13


Results and Stats from Day 3 in Taipei - Aug 22, 2014

Canada - South Korea 67:54
Canada registered the third consecutive victory at the William Jones Cup. They overcame South Korea in Taipei today. Emily Potter (196-F-95) nailed 16 points to pace the North American team.
Canada unloaded 27 points in the first frame and ensured a 5-point lead after ten minutes. They kept South Korea at bay throughout the second frame. The Asian team scored just 10 points to trail by 6 points at the interval. South Korea however bounced back in the third period. They pulled ahead for a 52:50 lead at the final intermission. But Canada limited their opponents to 5 points in the fourth stanza and rallied to a comfortable win. Jamie Weisner (178-G-94) and Saicha Grant-Allen (196-PF-95) delivered 10 points each for Canada. Park Ji-Su (188-C-98) responded with 14 points and 9 rebounds for South Korea. Kang Lee-Seul (180-F-94) netted 11 points in the defeat.

Canada: Emily Potter 16, Jamie Weisner 10, Saicha Grant-Allen 10
South Korea: Park Ji-Su 14, Kang Lee-Seul 11

Taiwan B - USA Savage 106:71
Taiwan B claimed the first victory at the William Jones Cup. They coasted past USA Savage team for 1-2 record. Huang Hung-Ying stepped up off the bench to score 22 points for the hosts.
Taiwan B unloaded 31 points in the first frame to pile up a 19-point lead. USA Savage stopped the rot in the second quarter. They pulled within 18 points at the interval. Taiwan however shifted the gear in the third term. They went on a 25:17 run to ensure a comfortable 26-point buffer heading into the fourth frame. The hosts unleashed 28 points in the fourth stanza and sealed a convincing victory at the end. Yu-Chun Wei scored 16 points, while Li Chen-Yi (165-G-88) added 13 points in the winning effort. Christina Dewitt (188-F-87, college: N.Carolina) responded with 17 points for USA Savage. Jessica Schroll (180-F) had 15 points and 7 rebounds in the loss.

Taiwan B: Huang Hung-Ying 22, Yu-Chen Wei 16, Li Chen-Yi 13
Savage USA: Christina Dewitt 17, Jessica Schroll 15

Taiwan - Japan 71:78
Japan clinched the second victory at the William Jones Cup. They upset hosting Taiwan in Taipei tonight. Yukine Abe (90) nailed 21 points to pace the visitors.
Japan recorded a 21:17 lead after the opening frame. The visitors maintained the lead throughout the second term. Japan piled up a 43:34 halftime lead. Taiwan tried to put up a comeback effort in the third term. They pulled within 8 points at the final break. Taiwan stayed aggressive throughout the fourth term but Japan managed to protect the lead and clinch victory. Shiori Takada (171-G-92) finished with 16 points, while Yuri Ushida (181-F-89) had 15 points for the winning team. Chun-Yi Liu (180-F/C-81) responded with 18 points for Taiwan. Hsu Chien-Hui (171-G/F-89) tossed in 15 points in the loss.

Taiwan: Chun-Yi Liu 18, Hsu Chien-Hui 15
Japan: Yukine Abe 21, Shiori Takada 16, Yuri Ushida 15


Results and Stats from Day 2 in Taipei - Aug 21, 2014

Canada - Japan 79:58
Canada registered the second consecutive victory at the William Jones Cup. They overcame Japan behind 18 points from Jamie Weisner (178-G-94).
Canada registered a 26:23 lead after the opening frame. They maintained the lead throughout the second stanza. Canada piled up a 43:34 halftime advantage. Japan narrowed the gap in the third term. The Asian team pulled within 6 points at the final intermission. But Canada triggered a massive 22:7 run in the fourth frame to seal the victory. Saicha Grant-Allen (196-PF-95) netted 12 points, while Adut Bulgak (193-F) had 9 points for the winners. Yuri Ushida (181-F-89) responded with 10 points for Canada. Chisa Yoshida (178-F-88) netted 9 points in the defeat.

Canada: Jamie Weisner 18, Saicha Grant-Allen 12, Adut Bulgak 9
Japan: Yuri Ushida 10, Chisa Yoshida 9

Taiwan - Taiwan B 81:61
Taiwan recorded the second straight victory at the William Jones Cup. They defeated Taiwanese B National Team for 2-0 record. Chun-Yi Liu (180-F/C-81) scored 13 points to pace the winners.
Taiwan recorded a 23:17 lead after the opening quarter. They stretched the lead in the second frame. Taiwan accumulated a 45:32 halftime advantage. They stayed in front throughout the third term. Taiwan entered the fourth frame up by as many as 18 points. Taiwan outscored their opponents in the fourth frame and sealed the winning outcome. Hsu Chien-Hui (171-G/F-89) delivered 12 points, while Huang Ying-Li (170-G-89) had 10 points for the winners. Wu Ying-Chieh (179-F-92) responded with 16 points for Taiwan B. Pan Taz-Yin and Lee Ya-Chieh had 10 points each in the loss.

Taiwan: Chun-Yi Liu 13, Hsu Chien-Hui 12, Huang Ying-Li 10
Taiwan B: Wu Ying-Chieh 16, Pan Taz-Yin 10, Lee Ya-Chieh 10

South Korea - USA Savage 67:56
South Korea grabbed the first victory at the William Jones Cup. They outgunned USA Savage team for 1-1 record in Taipei. Kim Youn-Joo (178-F-86) nailed 24 points to pace the Asian team.
South Korea ensured an 11:8 lead after the first period. They maintained the lead throughout the second stanza. South Korea built a 27:20 halftime advantage. The Korean team stayed in charge in the third period. They recorded a 44:35 lead at the final intermission. The Asian side knocked down 23 points in the fourth stanza and ensured the winning outcome. Park Ji-Su (188-C-98) had 12 points and 11 rebounds, while Hong Bo-Ram (178-F-88) added 11 points in the victory. Christina Dewitt (188-F-87, college: N.Carolina) responded with 20 points and 14 rebounds for USA Savage. Taylor Johnson (180-F-92) had 10 points in the defeat.

South Korea: Kim Youn-Joo 24, Park Ji-Su 12+11 boards, Hong Bo-Ram 11
USA Savage: Christina Dewitt 20+14 boards, Taylor Johnson 10


Results and Stats from Day 1 in Taipei - Aug 20, 2014

Japan - South Korea 63:52
Japan clinched the first victory at the William Jones Cup prestigious tournament in Taipei. They held off South Korea in the opener. Chisa Yoshida (178-F-88) scored 18 points to lead the winners.
Japan accounted for a 16:8 lead ten minutes into the game. They maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. Japan established a 34:21 halftime advantage. South Korea cut the deficit in the third term. They pulled within 7 points at the final intermission. But Japan held South Korea to just 13 points in the fourth period and sealed the winning outcome. Yuri Ushida (181-F-89) netted 14 points, while Yukine Abe (90) added 13 points and 9 rebounds for Japan. Kim Youn-Joo (178-F-86) responded with 13 points for South Korea. Soo-Yeon Kim tallied 10 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.

Japan: Chisa Yoshida 19, Yuri Ushida 14, Yukine Abe 13
South Korea: Kim Youn-Joo 13, Soon-Yeon Kim 10+11 boards

Canada - Taiwan B 70:63
Canada got to the winning start of their William Jones Cup campaign. They defeated Taiwanese B National Team in opener today. Karly Roser (178-G-93) and Emily Potter (196-F-95) produced 12 points each to pace the winners.
Canada unleashed 29 points in the first frame to pile up a 14-point lead after ten minutes. Canada and Taiwan B exchanged baskets throughout the second quarter. The North American team ensured a 42:28 halftime lead. The teams continued to trade buckets in the third term. Canada entered the fourth frame up by 14 points. Taiwan B narrowed the deficit in the fourth quarter but could not avoid the defeat. Jamie Weisner (178-G-94), Saicha Grant-Allen (196-PF-95) and Samantha Hill (178-G-94) had 10 points each for the winners. Wei Yu-Chun (176-G-92) responded with 15 poins for Taiwan B. Taz-Yin Pan Tzu-Yin (170-G-92) had 14 points in the loss.

Canada: Karly Roser 12, Emily Potter 12, Jamie Weisner 10, Saicha Grant-Allen 10, Samantha Hill 10
Taiwan B: Wei Yu-Chun 15, Pan Tzu-Yin 14

Taiwan-USA Savage 97:67
Taiwan prevail against USA Savage in Day 1 of the William Jones Cup. They posted an easy 97:67 win in the opener.
Taiwan started the game with a 27-14 lead and never looked behind after. They added a 23-15 run in the second frame and enjoyed a 50:29 half-time advantage. The team from USA managed to win the third period 23-22 but could not come closer to the opponents. Taiwan finished the game with a 25-15 surge to seal a 30-point win.
Chun-Yi Liu (180-F/C-81) top-scored for the winners with 19 points, while Hsieh Pei-Chun (181-C-91) netted 16. Ping-Jen Huang followed them with 14 points in a win. Taylor Johnson (180-F-92) ended up with 20 points and 11 rebounds in the losing case. Christina Dewitt (188-F-87, college: N.Carolina) netted 14, whilst Jessica Schroll (180-F) collected 13 points and 17 rebounds.

Taiwan: Chun-Yi Liu 19, Hsieh Pei-Chun 16, Ping-Jen Huang 14
USA Savage: Taylor Johnson 20+11 rebs, Christina Dewitt 14, Jessica Schroll 13+17 rebs



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