There are some things a team can't do and expect to win. Star forward Natalie Achonwa was limited to 15 minutes due to a hip injury and Canada lost 58-51 to Argentina in the bronze medal game at the FIBA U19 World Championship for Women.
Kayla Alexander had a massive 18-point, 14-rebound effort. No doubt everyone would have liked a closer outcome vs. the eventual champion U.S. (Spain won silver) and a win over Argentina. Nevertheless, this represents some real momentum for the women's game in Canada.
A tip of the cap is due to Western's Jenny Vaughan, Laval's Elyse Jobin and Saint Mary's Justine Colley for representing their country and Canadian Interuniversity Sport.
Huskies ready to battle as No. 3 seed - The University of Saskatchewan Huskies, who head to Windsor, Ont., on Tuesday for this week's Canadian Interuniversity Sport Final 8 national women's baske...
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