Nevada women's basketball senior Arielle Wideman and her NetScouts Basketball USA Women's All-Star team recently completed their first international tournament in China, capturing the Shenzhen Tournament title.
The USA won all three games played to earn the tournament title. The team opened the tournament with a 98-45 blowout win over New Zealand. Wideman tallied six points, two rebounds, four assists and a steal in her debut for the USA Women's All-Stars.
Team USA continued to roll in game two, defeating Denmark 90-59 and shooting 51 percent (34-of-67) from the floor. Wideman chipped in a personal-best seven points, seven rebounds and one assist in the win.
The final game of the tournament for the Americans was slightly more contested as they downed China 80-65 to capture the tournament title. Team USA forced 24 turnovers and collected 16 steals in the game, and Wideman posted two points, two rebounds, five assists and one steal.
NetScouts Basketball ISA All-Stars head coach Chris Denker
credited his guards following the win over China:
"Our guards really played well as a group, A.T. (Ariel Thomas) had her best game, Ari pitched in five assists, Alisha (Filmore) was all over the floor on defense and Amy (Kame) does so many of the little things to help you win."
During the three-game span, Wideman totaled 15 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and two steals. The Red, White, and Blue head to Nan'an, Fujian Province for another round-robin style tournament.
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