Maryland women’s basketball’s Stephanie Jones received an invite to Team USA’s trial camp in Colorado Springs on Wednesday. She’s one of 33 athletes competing for a shot to represent the U.S.’s under-19 team at the 2017 FIBA World Cup.
The trials will run from May 18-21, and Jones will get a shot to be Brenda Frese’s ninth player to suit up for Team USA. The World Cup takes place from July 22-30 in Italy and the U.S. goes into the event as the six-time defending champs.
Frese’s last player to lace up for Team USA was Jones’ older sister Brionna, who went in the first round of last month’s WNBA Draft. Stephanie averaged 4.1 points and two rebounds in 9.1 minutes per game over her freshman season.
The women’s basketball team, in its entirety, will represent the U.S. in the World University Games in Taiwan this August.
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