Maryland, representing the United States, was eliminated by Australia, 76-69, in the quarterfinals of the World University Games on Friday at the Heping Basketball Gymnasium in Taiwan. Michigan State alum Tori Jankoska led the U.S. with 17 points, including five 3-pointers. Sophomore Kaila Charles added 16 and junior Brianna Fraser scored 10, and both had seven rebounds. "I thought we started the game really strong," coach Brenda Frese said. "But Australia's size and aggressiveness on the glass made a big impact. We've said all along that this experience will only help us as we prepare for the regular season." Team USA will take on Canada today at 5:30 a.m. Live stats will be available at www.2017.taipei and live coverage, including a Periscope live stream, will be on the team's Facebook page and Twitter at @umdwbb. The Maryland women's basketball team was selected by the United States International University Sports Federation to represent the United States at the games. The World University Games will conclude Wednesday with the closing ceremony.