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Sunday, June 28, 2015

UConn commit Espinoza-Hunter helps U.S. win FIBA Americas 16 bronze medal

UConn commit Andra Espinoza-Hunter had 10 points, five assists and four steals as the United States defeated Mexico 81-24 in the bronze-medal game at the FIBA Americas U16 Championships.

Espinoza-Hunter led the U.S. with seven 3-pointers in the five games (which ranked fifth among all players in the tournament) and was tied for second on the team in scoring averaging 10 points per game.

She was one of four U.S. players in double figures against Mexico as the U.S. rebounded after Saturday's loss to Brazil. Alex Morris, the top scorer for the U.S. in the tournament and Jade Williams had 11 points each while Espinoza-Hunter and Destiny Littleton each had 10 points.

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