V Women's Baseball World Cup

2012-08-10 - 2012-08-19   -  Go to latest edition

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Women’s BWC: Japan sends Australia down to reach Final


Japan is back in the Gold Medal Game (Sunday at 5pm local time, live on YouTube) at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup in Edmonton, Canada. They defeated Australia 5-1 in the first semi-final at Telus Field on Saturday afternoon. The Aussies struck first, but Japan’s offense answered right away to storm away with the victory. The team from Down Under will play in the Bronze Medal Game at 1pm on Sunday.

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Women’s BWC: USA overpowers Canada in Semis


USA dismantled Canada 17-4 in the second semi-final at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup to join Japan in the Gold Medal Game on Sunday. This sets up a meeting of two-time title holders in the final. It starts at 5pm local time and will be streamed live on YouTube.

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Japan vs. USA for Gold at Women’s Baseball World Cup


Edmonton (Canada). The semi-finals at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup in Edmonton on Saturday lacked some drama, but delivered a matchup of two-time title holders. Defending champion Japan will meet with the United States in the Gold Medal Game on Sunday at 5pm local time. The game will be streamed live on YouTube. At 1pm Canada faces Australia in the Bronze Medal Game.

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Women’s BWC: Netherlands upsets Cuba to finish 7th


The Netherlands stunned Cuba with a 10-8 win on Sunday morning at Telus Field in Edmonton to claim seventh place in the final standings of the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup. It is the first victory for the Dutch team internationally or any European team. They scored three runs on a double by Galieth Haaker in the top of the seventh inning to erase a one-run deficit en route to a dramatic victory.

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Women’s BWC: Venezuela stuns USA


It is probably the biggest upset at the V IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup so far. Venezuela stunned Team USA 5-1 in the afternoon game at John Fry Park. Four runs in the fourth decided the outcome, as the South American pitching issued just four hits in seven innings of play. Venezuela improved to 3-4 to end the first round. The United States dropped to 5-2 and has to wait until the evening to know if they are second or third.

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Final standings

# Team  
1 JPN Roster   Stats
2 USA Roster   Stats
3 CAN Roster   Stats
4 AUS Roster   Stats
5 VEN Roster   Stats
6 TPE Roster   Stats
7 NED Roster   Stats
8 CUB Roster   Stats


Tournament leaders

Statistics include all games.

Individual awards are based off of the statistics accumulated in the first and second rounds, excluding the bronze and gold medal games.

Statistics are updated in real time.

Statistics are subject to change once box scores are marked as official.