Korea U16 women’s national team confirmed 12-man roster for Asian Championships… Coach Mandeok Huh

The 12 members of the Korean women’s basketball team under the age of 16 (U16) have been decided to participate in the Asian Championships.토토사이트

The Korea Basketball Association announced on the 23rd that it had selected and confirmed the final list of 12 national teams to participate in the 2023 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) U16 Asian Women’s Basketball Championship. 

This list includes Lim Yeon-seo (Supia Girls’ Middle School), Lee Won-jeong (Onyang Girls’ High School), and Hwang Yun-seo (Mr. Sookmyung Girls’ High School) and others were listed. 

The head coach is Huh Man-deok, head coach of Dongju Girls’ High School. The coaching staff consists of Daejeon Girls’ High School coach Lee Ye-na and Masan Girls’ Middle School coach Lee Yu-ri.

The tournament will be held in Amman, Jordan, from July 10th to July 16th. Korea will face off against Syria on the 10th, Taiwan on the 11th, Australia on the 12th, and Thailand on the 13th. The national team is scheduled to start convocation training from the 8th of next month.

On the other hand, the U16 women’s national team in 2022, where Koh Hyun-ji (Supia Girls’ High School) and Jeong Hyeon (Sungui Girls’ High School) were active, won the bronze medal in the competition and won the right to advance to the U17 Women’s Basketball World Cup.

▲ Final roster for the 2023 Asian Women’s Basketball Championship

: Lee Won-jung, Hwang Hyeon-jung (Lee Sang-on Onyang Girls’ High School), Lim Yeon-seo (Supia Girls’ High School), Hwang Yun-seo, Kim Yeon-jin, Yang Hye-eun (Lee Sang-suk Myung Girls’ High School), Song Eun-ji (Cheongju Girls’ High School), Choi Ye-won (Sungui Girls’ High School) ), Lee Ga-hyun (Supia Girls’ High School), Jeong Chae-ah (Bundang Business High School), Jang Seo-yoon (Cheongsol Middle School), Kim Na-hyun (Dongju Girls’ Middle School

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