The composition of the U16 women’s basketball team has also been completed.
The Korea Basketball Association (Chairman Kwon Hyuk-un) held a Women’s Youth Performance Improvement Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Kyunghyang Committee) on the afternoon of the 23rd and completed the selection of the national team to participate in the FIBA U16 Asian Women’s Basketball Championship to be held in Amman, Jordan in July.메이저놀이터
While Huh Man-deok, head coach of Dongju Girls’ High School, who has strong bones in basketball, was appointed by the board of directors of the Korea Basketball Association, Daejeon Women’s Sang’s coach Lee Ye-na and Masan Girls’ Middle School’s coach Lee Yu-ri were decided as coaches to assist coach Huh Man-deok.
The Performance Improvement Committee, which was postponed once due to the infection of Corona 19 by Kim Hwa-soon, the Women’s Performance Enhancement Committee, selected 12 players after discussion with the members of the Kyunghyang Committee along with coach Huh Man-deok.
In the case of this national team, for the first time since the Nyeongbyeol national team was convened, players in the 160cm range were not included, and Hwang Yun-seo of Sookmyung Girls’ High School was named as the guard, led by Lee Won-jeong (Onyang Girls’ High School 1), who led the high-altitude march of Onyang Girls’ Middle School in the 2022 season.
In the case of Hwang Yun-seo, she is still a freshman in high school, but she is a promising athlete who has been recognized for her growth potential by girls’ high school leaders as an athlete with both height and athletic ability.
In addition, Lim Yeon-seo, who is leading the offense of Supia Girls’ Middle School this season, was also selected in recognition of her potential.
It is known that Lee Ga-hyeon, who is considered the next-generation national representative, and Choi Ye-won, who has been recognized for her attacking ability since elementary school, were selected as forwards, and Yang Hye-eun (Sookmyung Girls’ High School 1) and Jeong Chae-ah (Bundang Business High School 1) were selected as the center. was also selected.
Huh Man-deok, head coach of the U16 women’s basketball team, said, “We will have to compete with a team with height and strength like Australia. All of them are the future of Korean women’s basketball, so I will work harder.”
In this tournament, which will be held in Amman, Jordan in July, Korea, along with Australia, Taiwan, Thailand and Syria, will be placed in Division A and Group A, and will play Syria on July 10th in their first qualifying match.
Unlike previous competitions, this competition is divided into 2 groups of 10 teams in Division A, and has a preliminary match.
* 2023 U16 Women’s National Basketball Team *
Coach_Huh Man-deok (Dongju Girls’ High School)
Coach_Lee Ye-na (Daejeon Women’s High School), Lee Yu-ri (Masan Girls’ Middle School)
Guard_Lee Won-jung (Onyang Girls’ High School, 1st, 173cm), Hwang Yoon-seo (Sookmyung Girls’ High School, 183cm), Lim Yeonseo (Supia Girls’ High School 3rd, height 170cm), Song Eunji (Cheongju Girls’ Middle School 3rd, height 170cm)
Forward_Kim Yeonjin (Sookmyung Girls’ High School 1st, height 176cm), Lee Ga-hyun (Supia Girls’ High School 1st, height 180cm), Choi Ye-won (Sungui Girls’ High School 1st, 176cm), Hwang Hyeonjeong (Onyang Girls’ High School 1, height 173cm)
Center_Yang Hye-eun (Sookmyung Girls’ High School 1, height 179cm), Jeong Chae-ah (Bundang Business High School 1, height 177cm), Kim Na-hyun (Dongju Girls’ Middle School 3, height 180cm), Jang Seo-yoon (Cheongsol Middle School 3, height 180cm)