Ingram, Haase Win Gold at FIBA U19 World Cup
RIGA, Latvia - Winning gold after an unbeaten tournament, Harrison Ingram, Jerod Haase and the United States were crowned champions at the FIBA U19 World Cup.
Ingram averaged 4.6 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.7 steals per game for the United States, which went 7-0 and defeated France in the title game, 83-81. Ingram's 1.7 steals per game led the United States, and ranked 12th overall at the tournament.
The incoming freshman from Dallas started three games for the United States, including the quarterfinal win over Senegal and the semifinal victory over Canada. He tallied eight points and six rebounds against Canada to help the USA reach the title game.
Jerod Haase, the Anne and Tony Joseph Director of Stanford Men's Basketball, was selected as an assistant coach for the United States.
For the ????. Blessed to say I'm a 1x Gold Medalist?? pic.twitter.com/FTUY6bx0iQ
— Harrison Ingram (@Harrisoniingram) July 11, 2021
— Stanford Men's Basketball (@StanfordMBB) July 11, 2021
— Jerod Haase (@CoachJerodHaase) July 11, 2021