Bud Light Charity Stripe Trivia Game: Week Five


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1. Which Olympian connected on all nine of her free throw attempts in a win over Brazil in the 1996 Olympics?

Katrina McLain
Jennifer Azzi
Rebecca Lobo
Dawn Staley

Lisa Leslie, USA Basketball
2. Which Olympian connected on all 16 of her free throw attempts during the 1976 Olympic Games?

Nancy Lieberman
Ann Meyers
Juliene Simpson
Nancy Dunkle

3. Which team was the first to defeat the U.S. in Olympic competition?

Soviet Union
Canada
Japan
Bulgaria

4. How many games did the U.S. lose in the first Olympic Women’s Basketball Competition?

Two
None
Three
One

5. Who was the leading scorer on the 1976 Women’s Olympic Basketball Team?

Pat Head
Lusia Harris
Anne Donovan
Ann Meyers

6. Which teams besides the United States have won Olympic Gold Medals?

Soviet Union and Austria
China and Russia
Lithuania and the Unified Team
Soviet Union and the Unified Team

7. Who is the only person to serve as an assistant coach to the U.S. Women’s Olympic Basketball Team on two occasions?

Geno Auriemma
Pat Head
Nancy Darsch
C. Vivian Stringer

8. In what year did blocked shots and steals become official Olympic statistics?

1984
1988
1992
1996

9. Which college or university has been represented on each of the U.S. Women’s Olympic Basketball Team?

Tennessee
Connecticut
Virginia
USC

10. Which player has NOT won an NCAA Championship, a WNBA Championship and an Olympic Gold Medal?

Cynthia Cooper
Sheryl Swoopes
Lisa Leslie
Kara Wolters

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