The Maryland women's basketball team, representing the United States, routed Sweden, 86-65, to finish 5-1 and earn fifth place in the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan. Junior Brianna Fraser led the U.S. team with 18 points, while sophomore Blair Watson added 15. Sophomore Sarah Myers had 10 points and nine rebounds. "I'm really proud of the growth and the steps we've taken over this trip," coach Brenda Frese said. "We've played six games in a week, plus two friendlies, and we've learned so many things about ourselves and our team that will carry through to this season." The U.S. team shot 69percent from the field (11-for-16) in the first 10 minutes. Sophomore Kaila Charles added nine points, five rebounds and four assists for the U.S. team, which held Sweden to 6-for-22 shooting (27percent) from the field in the second half.