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    COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO – Southwest Minnesota State University’s David Evjen of Madelia, Minnesota, earned the first NWBA Intercollegiate Player of the Week Honors. Evjen’s performance for the week of October 17-23 was recognized by the voting poll where college coaches and NWBA social network fans cast a ballot ranking the players. 

    Evjen led the Mustangs at the 2016-17 season opening SMSU Tournament, by averaging over 20 points per game, and is the statistical team leader in scoring with 135 points; 89 rebounds, and 46 assists, through six games. The Mustangs are a perfect 6-0 on the season.

    At last weekend’s tournament, Southwest Minnesota State University upended the defending National Champion University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 62-57. The Mustangs were down 31-22 at half, and went on a 40-26 run in the second half for the win. Evjen tallied 20 points and 15 points in come from behind victory.

    Evjen scored 23 points and grabbed 22 rebounds in SMSU’s victory over Illinois, 61-41. He recorded a triple double against Missouri with 18 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists. SMSU defeated the University of Missouri, 58-49.

    The Mustang’s Walter Johnson of Deerfield Beach, Florida, and John Herndon of Warren, Michigan, finished second and third, respectively, for the NWAB Intercollegiate Player of the Week. Both players contributed significantly in SMSU’s run to the tournament title and their perfect 6-0 record on the year.

    The NWBA Intercollegiate Player of the Week is determined by the NWBA college coaches by ranking the weekly nominees and accounts for 80 percent of the total points, while NWBA Facebook and Twitter fans account for the remaining 20 percent of the point total. The NWBA college coaches nominate players to the NWBA headquarters on Monday following games. Those who cast a ballot rank all players, with No. 1 votes earning 10 points, No. 2 votes earning 9 points, No. 3 earning 8 points, etc. If there is a tie, the athlete with the most No. 1 votes wins, and will continue to break the tie down to the total of No. 3 votes. If still tied after No. 3 are counted, then the players are named NWBA Intercollegiate Co-Athletes of the Week.


    October 17-23 - David Evjen, of Maelia, Minnesota, Southwest Minnesota State University

    This Week in the NWBA (Oct. 29-30)

    10/27/2016, 5:30pm CDT
    By NWBA

    This Week in the NWBA

    In “This Week in the NWBA,”below is the schedule of tournaments taking place for the weekend of October 29-30, 2016:

    There is on-the-court action across many divisions including the Veterans and the Women’s Divisions.

    Good luck to all the teams playing this weekend!

    Division II

    San Antonio River Walk Classic Wheelchair Basketball Tournament- Round Rock, TX

    Women’s Division, Division III, Division II, Division I, Veterans

    22nd Annual Al Youakim Wheelchair Basketball Tournament- Middle Village, NY


    2016 NWBA Intercollegiate Player of the Week Ballot

    The NWBA is proud to introduce the NWBA Intercollegiate Player of the Week. This new program will provide recognition to student-athletes enrolled at one of our member institutions for their achievements on the basketball court during the prior week. This new program will be interactive for all fans to cast their votes via the NWBA Social Networks.

    Fans are encouraged to rank the players below in the comment section, or tag the NWBA accordingly in a post. The college coaches will submit their ballots that account for 80 percent of the points, while online voting will account for the remaining 20 percent.

    Please rank the players 1-3, where #1 vote receives 10 points, #2 receives 9 points, etc. The athlete with the most points will be named 2016 NWBA Intercollegiate Player of the Week. If there is a tie, the individual with the most #1 votes wins. If still tied, then most with #2 votes wins. If tied after #3 votes are tallied, players will be named Co-Players of the Week.

    Online voting closes on Friday, October 28 at 9 a.m. Mountain. To have your online vote count, comment on the NWBA Facebook page post, or tag the NWBA on Twitter (@nwba).

    NWBA Intercollegiate Player of the Week for October 17-23, 2016


    Nominees (Alphabetical Order)


    David Evjen, Southwest Minnesota State University

    David averaged 20.25 points last week at the Southwest Minnesota State University Tournament. He was the second highest point scorer for SMSU during the tournament. On the season, Evjen averages 22.5 points per game; 14.8 rebounds per game. SMSU is 6-0 on the 2016-17 season.

    John Herndon, Southwest Minnesota State University

    John increased his points per game during the SMSU Tournament with 16.25 points per game. On the season, Herndon averages 13.8 points per game. SMSU is a perfect 6-0 on the 2016-17 season.

    Walter Johnson, Southwest Minnesota State University

    Walter maintained his 20-plus points per game average at the SMSU Tournament last week, averaging 20.75 points. On the season he averages: 20.7 points per game; 9.2 rebounds per games. SMSU is undefeated in the 2016-17 season, 6-0.



    The deadline for the 2016-17 National Wheelchair Basketball Association Individual Registration has been extended until 11:59 p.m. MST on Friday, October 21st. All members of the NWBA must complete individual registration, this includes: players, coaches, team representatives, team classification reviewer, statistician, athletic trainer, equipment manager, administrator, board of directors (NWBA BOD/divisional/conference leadership), classifiers, hall of fame member and volunteers. 

    Click here to complete the 2016-17 NWBA Individual Registration process.

    Coaches, team representatives, statisticians and equipment managers of the Junior Division must complete a National Center for Safety Initiatives background check. Click here for more information regarding the NWBA background check process and policy. All background checks must be completed through NCSI. Background checks are up-to-date with the NWBA for two years from date of approval. Upon completion of the 2016-17 NWBA Individual Registration you will be prompted and provided the link to complete a NCSI background check.

    Individual registration includes an individual questionnaire. This will allow the NWBA to capture and tell the stories of the great individuals that are a part of the NWBA. Please include a photo and complete each question to best of your knowledge to ensure we have accurate information to share.

    Athletes of the Junior Division do not need to provide a copy of a birth certificate or Junior Division Minimal Disability Certification Form if the athlete was registered in the Junior Division for the 2015-16 NWBA season. An annual update is required for the High School Verification Form for applicable athletes in the Junior Division. All new or players not register on a team in the Junior Division for the 2015-16 NWBA season will need to have a copy of birth certificate, Junior Division Minimal Disability Certification Form and High School Verification Form to complete the 2016-17 NWBA Individual Registration.

    If you have any further questions regarding the individual registration process, please contact NWBA Director of Membership Services and Programs, Brandon McBeain, at (719) 266-4082 ext. 108 or Thank you in advance for fully completing the 2016-17 NWBA Individual Registration process.

    Thank you again and we look forward to a successful season.

    The National Wheelchair Basketball Association is excited to announce the roster for Team USA for the 2016 Kitakyushu Champions’ Cup on November 18-20, 2016 in Kitakyushu, Japan. This is the 14th Kitakyushu Champions Cup, a men’s wheelchair basketball tournament which commemorates the 2002 Gold Cup World Wheelchair Basketball Championships. Team USA will be one of four international teams in attendance for this event, the other teams include: Japan, Great Britian and Australia.

    Team USA will be led by head coach Doug Dixon, who is the 2016 NWBA Junior Division Coach of the Year and, as head coach, two time winner of the NWBA Junior Division Varsity National Championships. Doug has 20 years of coaching experience and currently is the head coach of the Courage Kenny Jr. Rolling Timberwolves. Team USA’s assistant coach is AJ Messmer. AJ served on the coaching staff of University of Missouri from 2012-14 and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater from 2015-16. AJ helped coach the UW-Whitewater Warhawks to winners of two NWBA Men’s Intercollegiate National Championships.

    Team USA consists of some excellent young athletes of the Junior Division and a few athletes from various levels of play from the Adult Division. The player roster of Team USA includes: Zach Steger, Holden Kowalke, Grady Gordon, Thomas Duffy, Jon Fagre, Robert Doyle, Matt Bollig and Dustin Casey.                                        

    The preliminary round of competition will start on Friday, November 18, with the bronze and gold medal games on Sunday, November 20. Please check the NWBA website and social media pages to receive team updates for Team USA at the 2016 Kitakyushu Champions’ Cup.

    Thank you in advance to all fans and supporters that will make this opportunity possible for these athletes and coaches.

    A 30-minute documentary about Dr. Timothy Nugent, our founder, will air on the Big Ten Network at 8pm Central on Thursday, Sept.22. It is called "The Game Changer."

    It is important that future generations of players know about Dr. Nugent's courage, selflessness and values.

    The Executive Committee for the NWBA Junior Division would like to announce that two new members of the Executive Committee have been appointed for the 2016-2017 season.

    David Elbert will fill the vacancy of Secretary, while Emily Hoskins will be the first to serve the newly created "At Large" position for the Executive Committee for the NWBA Junior Division. 

    The "At Large" position was created after the Treasurer position was eliminated and those responsibilities were assigned to the staff at the NWBA national office in Colorado Springs.

    David Elbert is a longtime parent in the Bennett Blazers program out of Baltimore. Over the past 14 years David has worn many hats to support his daughter Ruby and the rest of the Blazers program.

    Emily Hoskins  started her wheelchair basketball career as part of the St. Louis Rolling Rams junior program. Emily was a member of the team that won the Junior Division Varsity Championship in 2000. Emily went on to play for the University of Illinois and Phoenix Mercury and won several national championships in the Women's Division. This resulted on a long and successful run on the Women's National Team from 2003-2010 where the American ladies brought back several gold medals from the Paralympics and World Championships.

    David is an Adjunct Faculty Member and Research Scientist for John Hopkins University. We know his attention to detail and analytical skills will be fantastic assets to division leadership.  David is also a member for science advisory board for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

    Since moving to Nashville Emily has played two seasons with the Division III Music City Lightning and is currently entering her second season as  Head Coach of the Music City Thunder Junior Division (Varsity) team. Emily also works with Able Youth Inc. to empower children with disabilities. Emily is the first former female junior player to serve on the Junior Division Executive Committee.

    Please help us in welcoming aboard David and Emily, as we are excited to have them help grow the NWBA Junior Division into the future.

    NWBA Junior Division Executive Committee

    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The NWBA confirmed that NBC will replay the majority of the Rio Paralympic Games Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Game at 5 p.m. Eastern. This feature the U.S. Men’s Team defeating Spain, 68-52, for its first gold medal since 1988. The gold medal game was broadcast overnight on NBCSN.

    The U.S. Men’s Team made history on Saturday night at Rio Olympic Arena as it marks:

    • The first time the United States make a complete sweep of gold medals in in both men’s and women’s basketball at the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
    • The first time since 1988 when both the U.S. men’s and women’s teams won gold medals.
    • The first time since 1996 when both teams medaled.

    “I just found out that this was the first time that Team USA swept the men’s and women’s gold for the Olympics and Paralympics. So all four gold medals – that is quite the accomplishment, and I think it speaks to how popular and awesome our sport is in our country. Hopefully this medal for both our men's and women’s Paralympic teams increases the awareness for our sport and we can take the momentum from here and go on to Tokyo,” said co-captain and three-time U.S. Paralympian Steve Serio of Westbury, New York. 

    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The U.S. Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Team returned to the top of the podium at the Rio Paralympic Games claiming its eighth overall gold medal and the first since Seoul 1988 by defeating Spain in a defensive game, 68-52. It is also the first time since 1988 when both the U.S. men’s and women’s teams won gold medals, and the first time since 1996 when both teams medaled. Tonight’s gold-medal victory completes the sweep of gold medals for the United States in both men’s and women’s basketball at the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.

    Both teams started the first two quarters were played safe as both teams were exchanging baskets evenly with each other. At the 2:23 mark of the first, Aaron Gouge of Wake Forest, North Carolina, tied up the game at 8-8, and Brian Bell of Birmingham, Alabama closed the first with a second remaining for a 12-8 lead. Bell led the U.S. in scoring in the first with six points, and Gouge had four.

    The second was a see-saw affair as each team would score in four-point stretches, with Spain tying the game early on and only able to inch as close as one point. With just over a minute remaining in the half, the U.S. called a timeout to regroup. With 43 seconds remaining, Jake Williams of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, provided a spark on offense with a three-pointer that hit nothing but net for a 26-20 lead. To close out the quarter, two-time Paralympian Trevon Jenifer of Huntington, Maryland, hit Bell under the basket where the first backwards layup did not fall, however he got his own rebound and spun for the basket, giving Team USA a 29-23 lead.

    “A lot of it was Spain's defense. I thought they played us very well. We didn't do a good job of spacing the floor at first, so they didn't have to move as much. That made it difficult for us to get shots,” said U.S. Men’s Head Coach Ron Lykins of Columbia, Missouri. “At halftime, we really talked about spreading the floor, and we went with a different lineup. Once we spread the floor, we were able to move a little bit more, we had better ball movement, and that led to better shots."

    At the half, Bell leads the team with nine points and five rebounds. Three-time Paralympian Josh Turek of Council Bluffs, Iowa, who came in during the second quarter, put back six points. And for the third consecutive game, co-captain and three-time Paralympian Steve Serio of Westbury, New York, has commanded the floor with four points, six rebounds, and six assists. The United States is shooting 67 percent at the half, to Spain’s 39 percent.

    The third quarter belonged to Spain as they outscored the United States, 19-18, and was only the second team to do that during the Rio Games. The tempo of the game was controlled by Spain with moments where it appeared the U.S. men would get a momentum shift in their favor. Williams and Serio drained a couple long-range three-pointers to keep Team USA on top, 47-42.

    It was not until the 7-minute mark of the fourth quarter when Team USA rolled onto victory off of two back-to-back steals by Jenifer, who hit Williams for a rolling layup and he was intentionally fouled on the next fast break attempt, essentially putting the game out of reach, 52-44. Two-time Paralympian Nate Hinze of Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, scored the last four points of the game from the foul line, and finished the night with seven points. The United States continued to pressure Spain and outscored Spain 21-10, and the gold medal.

    "It was a team defensive effort. We went out there and knew that we needed to stop the ball, and we needed to get some points,” said Jenifer. “It was just the right time, right place kind of thing. The two steals are accredited to the excellent defense that was displayed by the other guys."

    Williams led Team USA with 20 points and five assists, with Bell finishing the day with 15 points and seven rebounds. Serio finished with seven points, eight rebounds and dished out 10 assists.

    “This is an incredible moment for our team, and to do it in this way, where it wasn’t just one guy – Jake had a great game today for sure – but it was a full team effort to get the win. I couldn’t think of a better group of guys that I’d want to share this experience with. I’m so incredibly happy right now,” said Serio. “I just found out that this was the first time that Team USA swept the men’s and women’s gold for the Olympics and Paralympics. So all four gold medals – that is quite the accomplishment, and I think it speaks to how popular and awesome our sport is in our country. Hopefully this medal for both our men's and women’s Paralympic teams increases the awareness for our sport and we can take the momentum from here and go on to Tokyo."

    For Spain, Alejandro Zarzuela finished with 20 points and seven rebounds, and his twin brother Pablo had 16 points.

    The United States is a perfect 4-0 against Spain at the Paralympic Games, and last playing them in 1988 Seoul, 1996 Atlanta, and 2012 London. Team USA is 78-15 in the Paralympic Games.

    Team USA led 8 of the 12 stat categories: Field goals percentage at 53.2; points for at 614 (76.8/game); points against at 349 allowed points (43.6); assists with 226 (28.3); least called fouls at 79 (9.9/game); least turnovers at 63 (7.9/game); steals with 76 (9.5/game); and 145 fast break points.

    Lykins as the head coach of four U.S. Teams has earned a total of four medals over his coaching career – 1992 women’s silver; 2004 women’s gold; 2008 women’s gold; and 2016 men’s gold. Joining Lykins on the sidelines will be assistant coaches Robb Taylor of Auburn, Alabama, and John Sikora of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Scott Meyer of Columbia, Missouri, will serve as the Team Leader, with Mary Vacala of Savannah, Georgia, filling the athletic trainer position. Also assisting in preparations are strength coach Michael Cohen of Savannah, Georgia, and team psychologist Dr. Roberta Kraus of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

    The U.S. men’s team finished with a bronze medal at the London 2012 Paralympics and look to improve in Rio de Janeiro. The men’s team finished seventh in 2004 and fourth in 2008, following bronze-medal performances in 2000 and 1996.

    Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    September 7-17, 2016

    Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Wheelchair Basketball Results

    Pool Play

    USA def. Brazil, 75-38

    USA def. Germany, 77-25

    USA def. Islamic Republic of Iran, 93-44

    USA def. Algeria, 92-24

    USA def. Great Britain, 65-48


    Spain def. Germany, 70-66

    Great Britain vs. Australia, 74-51

    Turkey vs. Brazil, 65-49

    United States def. Netherlands, 70-37


    Spain def. Great Britain, 69-63

    United States def. Turkey, 74-54

    Gold Medal Game – United States def. Spain, 68-52

    Bronze Medal Game – Great Britain def. Turkey, 82-76 OT

    Placement Games

    5th/6th Place – Brazil def. Australia, 70-69

    7th/8th Place – Netherlands def. Germany, 61-50

    9th/10th Place – Japan def. Islamic Republic of Iran, 65-52

    11th/12th Place – Canada def. Algeria, 70-51

    Paralympic Games All-Time Medal Count

    Country (Gold / Silver / Bronze) total medals

    1. USA (8 / 1 / 4) 13 total

    2. Great Britain (0 / 3 / 5) 8 total

    3. Islamic Republic of Iran (2 / 2 / 3) 7 total 

    Rio 2016 Paralympic Games U.S. Wheelchair Basketball Record – 8-0


    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team reclaimed its position on top of the podium for its third gold medal in the last four Paralympic Games by defeating Germany, 62-45, the London 2012 Paralympic Games gold medalists. The United States won is fourth overall gold medal in women’s wheelchair basketball, and leads the overall medal count with eight medals, next to Germany’s seven.

    In a very strategic game for both teams, the United States and Germany played almost even, with Team USA edging ahead, 14-12. The second half witnessed another strong defensive output from Team USA pushing the German shooters outside and swarming their key players. Each team took a timeout after the first several minutes to regroup.

    Three-time U.S. Paralympian Becca Murray of Germantown, Wisconsin, propelled the United States on a 15-5 run, and scoring 13 points in the first half. Two-time Paralympian Rose Hollermann of Elysian, Minnesota, is having a strong complete game snagging scoring six points, snagging nine rebounds and dishing out five assists in the first half.

    “This is an amazing feeling. All of the hard work that we’ve put in for the last three or four years to get to this point, makes it just amazing to be here and to celebrate with such a great group of women,” said Murray. “I was part of the team in 2008 that took gold, and part of the team in 2012 that fell short, so I know how each side of it feels, and I wanted to be back on top of the podium so bad. We have a lot more experience working together as a team, and our chemistry has brought us close both on and off the court. We’ve spent so much time training together and I think that was the factor that brought us together.

    After two quarters, Team USA built a 29-17 lead. Mareike Miller was the leading scorer at half for Germany with six points.

    The U.S. fortress continued its domination to open the second half by coming out with a 13-0 run in the first four minutes, building a 42-17 lead. Germany returned with a small 8-2 run, before a vital U.S. timeout was called for the U.S. to finish the quarter up 49-31. The U.S. defense held Mareike Miller to only four points in the third. She finished the night with 10 points.

    “Their defense was incredible. Germany is a great team and they have some great scorers. Our goal was to keep their scorers from getting in the paint and keep them from carrying their team to victory,” said U.S. Women’s Head Coach Stephanie Wheeler of Champaign, Illinois. “My heart is with our defense. I’m just so proud of the way they came out and they took the challenge to go out and stop some really great scorers. I’d say that my second proudest moment is that they played with so much composure on offense.”

    Murray scored 11 more points in the quarter, with Hollerman having a double-double with 10 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists. Co-captain Gail Gaeng of Frederick, Maryland, has tallied nine of her 11 points after three quarters, her most of the Paralympics.

    In the fourth, Germany led the attack and narrowly outscored Team USA, 16-13, not enough to defend its 2012 gold medal. Germany jumped out quick in the fourth by going on a 11-2 run over the course of the first seven minutes. This run was stymied when Murray hit a three-pointer at the top of key, giving Team USA a 54-40 lead, but Germany’s Marina Mohnen returned with a three-pointer, 54-43. But this did not disturb Murray, who was hit in stride from three-time Paralympian Natalie Schneider of Crete, Nebraska, for another basket, essentially extinguishing Germany’s threat, 56-43.

    Team USA closed out the quarter with Gaeng and Murray adding four more points from the charity stripe. Two-time Paralympian Desiree Miller of Monroe, Washington, closed the game with mid-range jumper and the Rio Paralympics, 62-45.

    Murray paced the United States and led the squad with 33 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Hollermann closed out her first golden moment with 10 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists. As a team, they shot 25 for of 55, while Germany finished 19 of 59. The United States narrowly won the rebound category, 36-35, and forced 12 turnovers in the 40 minutes.

    “I think it is hard for this to sink in, because it is such a big moment, it’s going to take a bit to really hit me,” said Hollermann. “I think offensively we did a great job of moving the ball. Becca Murray was the hot hand today obviously, so we just kept finding her and she kept hitting shots, so that was huge for us. And defensively we did a great job of hitting chairs and keeping them out wide and we’re able to get the rebounds. All of the hard work has paid off, all of the sacrifice paid off, and it is just awesome to be there at the top of the podium."

    The two countries have seen each other a total of 11 times in the Paralympics, and The United States now holds a 6-5 record against Germany. The United States is now 43-22 overall in the Paralympic Games.

    Team USA six categories over the seven-game stretch. It is the third time that the United States has gone undefeated at the Paralympics, en route to the gold medal. Team USA led shooting percentage at 53.8 percent; points for at 505 points (72.1/game); assists with 178 (25.4/game); fouls with 55; and the least turnovers at 61 (8.7/game). The United States was second in points against with 42.3 per game, with Germany leading with 41.6 points per game against.

    “I hope that this helps us recruit more athletes. I hope that they see that they have the opportunity to do something special in sport,” said Wheeler. “I hope that it helps the Paralympic sport movement in general. I know that there are people with disabilities who are out there who don’t know about sport. I didn’t know about it until six years after my accident. I hope that it spreads the word that you can be a part of this.”

    The last time that both the U.S. Women’s and Men’s Teams won medals was at the Atlanta 1996 Paralympic Games. Each team earned bronze medals.

    The U.S. Women’s Head Coach is Stephanie Wheeler of Champaign, Illinois, who won two Paralympic gold medals at the 2004 and 2008 Games, and will be assisted by NWBA Hall of Famer Trooper Johnson of San Lorenzo, California, and Amy Spangler of Madison, Wisconsin, with Kearstin Gehlhausen of Whitewater, Wisconsin, serving as the team leader, and Karla Wessels of Lexington, Kentucky, is the athletic trainer. Dr. Roberta Kraus of Colorado Springs, Colorado, serves as both the men’s and women’s Team Psychologist.

    Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    September 7-18, 2016

    Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Wheelchair Basketball Results

    Pool Play (4-0)

    USA def. France, 93-37

    USA def. China, 70-36

    USA def. Netherlands, 60-50

    USA def. Algeria, 65-15


    Germany def. France, 76-28

    Netherlands def. Canada, 78-60

    Great Britain def. China, 57-38

    USA def. Brazil, 66-35


    Germany def. Netherlands, 55-45

    United States def. Great Britain, 89-78

    Placement Games

    Gold Medal Game – United States def. Germany, 62-45

    Bronze Medal Game – Netherlands def. Great Britain, 76-34

    5th/6th Place Game – Canada def. China, 63-52

    7th/8th Place Game –Brazil def. France, 57-39

    9th/10th Place Game – Argentina def. Algeria, 53-38

    Rio 2016 Paralympic Games U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Record – 7-0

    All-Time Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Medal Table

    1. USA (4 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze) Total 8

    2. Germany (3 gold, 4 silver, 0 bronze) Total 7

    3. Islamic Republic of Iran (2 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze) Total 5

    U.S. Records

    Most points in a game – 93 points vs. France on Sept. 8 (Old record – 75 points in 2008 vs. China)

    Largest margin of victory – 56 points vs. France on Sept. 8 (Old record – 50 points in 2004 vs. Great Britain)

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