|FIBA World Cup Women||10/01 06:00||1||China Women v USA Women||W||61-83|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/30 07:00||2||Canada Women v USA Women||W||43-83|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/29 02:00||3||USA Women v Serbia Women||W||88-55|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/27 04:00||5||USA Women v Bosnia-Herzegovina Women||W||121-59|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/26 04:00||4||South Korea Women v USA Women||W||69-145|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/24 04:30||3||USA Women v China Women||W||77-63|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/23 00:30||2||Puerto Rico Women v USA Women||W||42-106|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/22 01:30||1|| USA Women v Belgium Women ||W||87-72|
|FIBA World Cup Qual. Women||02/12 21:30||1|| USA Women v Puerto Rico Women ||W||93-55|
|FIBA World Cup Qual. Women||02/11 23:30||2|| Belgium Women v USA Women ||W||75-84|
|Olympics 2020 Basketball - Women||08/08 02:30||1|| USA Women v Japan Women ||W||90-75|
|Olympics 2020 Basketball - Women||08/06 04:40||2|| USA Women v Serbia Women ||W||79-59|
The USA Basketball Women's National Team, commonly known as the United States women's national basketball team, is governed by USA Basketball and competes in FIBA Americas. The team is by far the most successful in international women's basketball, winning nine out of eleven Olympic tournaments it had entered. It also won eight of the last eleven World Cups (including the last three), and ten titles overall. The team is currently ranked first in the FIBA World Rankings.
In 2016, it was named the USA Basketball Team of the Year for a record sixth time (having been previously honored in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012). It was also named the USOC Team of the Year in 1996.
The team is one of the most dominant in all Olympic sports, with a 70–3 record in Olympic play, and a record seven consecutive titles. They have no Olympic losses since 1992, no losses in any tournament since 2006, and their gold medal in 2021 tied the US men's basketball team's record (1936–1968) for the most consecutive Olympic team victories in all Olympic sports.