Taiwan finishes 4th in 2011 FIBA Asia Championship for Women


Taiwan women’s NT lost to Japan on Sunday for the second straight time by a large margin in the same tournament after a 83-56 loss kicked them out of the podium finish in the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship for Women and the qualifying tournament of the 2012 London Olympics.

Losing to Japan by 27 in the preliminary round, Taiwan still couldn’t keep up with the Japanese in the bronze medal game, scoring only 10 points in the first quarter and 9 in the second.

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Taiwan women’s NT to meet Korea in Asian Championship semifinals


Taiwan (2-3) is scheduled to meet top seed Korea (5-0) in the semifinal of the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship for Women tonight at Omura, Japan.

Taiwan lost 69-67 to Korea in the final game of the preliminary round.

China will meet Japan in the other semifinal game.

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2011 Jones Cup women’s competition concludes

Taiwan defeated Korea’s Samsung club team 73-50 Thursday in the final game to win the 2011 William Jones Cup tournament women’s competition with an undefeated record (4-0).

The title was Taiwan’s seventh in tourney history.

In the other game of the night, Japan routed India 98-62 to finish as runner-up with 3-1.

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History of Taiwan women’s NT in FIBA Asia Championship for Women

(Year, Host City, Ranking)
2009 Chennai, India 4th
2007 Incheon, Korea 4th
2005 Qinhuangdao, China 3rd
2004 Sendai, Japan 4th
2001 Bangkok, Thailand 4th
1999 Shizuoka, Japan 3rd
1997 Bangkok, Thailand 4th
1995 Shizuoka, Japan 4th
1994 Sendai, Japan 4th
1992 Seoul, Korea 4th
1990 Singapore 4th
1988 Hong Kong 3rd
1986 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 3rd

2011 Taiwan women’s NT rosters

The CTBA announced preliminary rosters of Taiwan women’s NT, Taiwan U19 women’s NT and Taiwan U16 women’s NT, which are listed as follow.

Taiwan women’s NT for FIBA Asia Women’s Championship: (16 players)
Lee Wan-ting (Cathay Life)
Huang Pin-chen (Cathay Life)
Lan Hao-yu (Cathay Life)
Chu Yung-hsuan (Cathay Life)
Chen Yi-feng (Cathay Life)
Huang Fan-shan (Cathay Life)
Tsai Pei-chen (Taiyuan Textile)
Liu Chun-yi (Taiyuan Textile)
Ma Yi-hung (Taiyuan Textile)
Lin Chi-wen (Taipower)
Liu Yi-chun (Taipower)
Chang Shih-chieh (Taipower)
Huang Shu-chen (Taipower)
Liu His-yeh (Chunghwa Telecom)
Chiang Yi-lien (Applause)
Chiang Feng-chun
Head coach: Chang Hui-ying
Assistants: Wang Ling, Ke Meng-yi

Taiwan women’s NT for FIBA U19 Women’s World Championship: (17 players)
Chang Chi-fang (Hujaing HS)
Lin Yu-ting (Tamsui HS)
Wei Yu-chun (Taipower)
Liu Jung-shing (Chunghwa Telecom)
Lee Ching-ning (CCU)
Chen Tsai-yi (Tamsui HS)
Yang Jung (Tamsui HS)
Cheng Yi-shiou (Pu Men HS)
Wu Ying-chieh (Taiyuan Textilte)
Huang Hsiang-ting (Haishan HS)
Chen Yu-chen (Tamsui HS)
Chang Yi-lin (Fo Guang)
Chen Chung-wei (Hujiang HS)
Kuo Chia-wen (Pu Men HS)
Wang Wei-lin (Haishan HS)
Pan Tse-yin (Chunghwa Telecom)
Li Yu-tse (Anle HS)
Head coach: Chen Mei-li
Assistants: Wang Wei-chieh, Teng Pi-chen, Hung Yi-chuan

Taiwan women’s NT for FIBA Asia U16 Women’s Championship: (24 players)
Huang Jou-chen (Haishan HS)
Chen Yu-ling (Haishan HS)
Lu Yi-han (Haishan HS)
Lee Ching-ya (Haishan HS)
Lin Wen-yo (Haishan HS)
Chen Wei-an (Haishan HS)
Tai Yi-ting (Haishan HS)
Su Yi-ching (Haishan HS)
Cheng Yu-chieh (Tamsui HS)
Han Ya-en (Tamsui HS)
Chen Yi-wen (Tamsui HS)
Ou Chieh (Tamsui HS)
Cheng Yu-chieh (Taipei First Girl’s HS)
Min Hsuan-yi (Taipei First Girl’s HS)
Liao Hui-wen (Hujiang HS)
Mo Yi-wen (Hujiang HS)
Huang Hsiang-ju (Hujiang HS)
Hsu Hsiao-tung (Hujiang HS)
Chen Ting-yu (Jinou HS)
Yo Yu-chen (Jinou HS)
Shi Ching-ju (Jinou HS)
Yang Wan-chien (Nanhu HS)
Lee Yi-chien (Nanhu HS)
Lo Chi-ling (Nanhu HS)
Head coach: Shih Chao-chieh
Assistants: Ho Su-ching, Lin Ming-hsien

Meanwhile, Taiwan NT for the FIBA U19 Men’s World Championship will primarily based on the roster of last year’s FIBA Asia U18 Men’s Championship, as the team will still be coached by Huang Wan-lung, head coach of Song-shan HS who led the school to unprecedented three-peat in the high school league in March, the CTBA said.

Training camp opened May 2 in Song-shan HS. The championship will be held in Latvia from June 30 to July 10, 2011.