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Chamique once again dazzled for the USA National Team, helping to bring home a gold medal from the 1998 World Championships in Berlin…In helping her squad to a perfect, 9-0 mark, she ranked third in both scoring average (10.9) and rebound average (5.4)…Chamique led the USA contingent in scoring on two occasions with 19 points vs. Japan and 13 against Slovakia…Other solid numbers included a 13-board performance against Slovakia and eight rebounds in the victory over Japan…She joined the USA National Team for the first time in the summer of 1997 and her inaugural debut was a tremendous success…As the youngest and only collegiate player on the team, Chamique led the USA in scoring and rebounding during both tours of play…Team USA went 11-1 in May-June traveling to Canada, Slovakia and Germany...Later that summer, she led the USA squad at the Women's World Qualifying Tournament in Sao Paulo, Brazil…She connected on a dazzling 68% of her field goal attempts and 89% of her charity tosses while averaging 19.0 ppg and 8.1 rpg…Her best game came against Cuba, on her 20th birthday, when she scored 32 points in the win…As a prepster, Chamique was dazzling people on the high school court, and she also was bringing national recognition to her style of play...Playing for the Liberty Belles in Middlevillage, N.Y., she was named an AAU All-American for three straight summers...Competed with the East Team at the 1995 U.S. Olympic Festival and led the squad to a gold medal...Ranked among the top four scorers at the Olympic Festival...Chamique was also named to the 1995 U.S. Olympic Festival women's all-tournament team...Averaged 10 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.8 steals per game.