TAIPEI — Carsen Edwards' 17 points and five steals led Purdue, playing as Team USA, to an 89-76 victory over Argentina in its World University Games opener on Sunday. The Boilermakers led by as much as 19 in the second half, but Argentina cut the lead to 76-69 midway through the fourth quarter. Dakota Mathias scored 16 points for Purdue, and Vincent Edwards contributed 14 points and nine rebounds. P.J.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — In a perfect world, Purdue's Kaersten Meitz would have focused only on swimming this summer. Instead, the senior-to-be worked her sport in around her internship with PepsiCo (Frito-Lay) in Indianapolis. In the mornings she'd work out in the IU Natatorium. In the evenings, she'd find a local YMCA or similar pool. So going into the Phillips 66 National Championships in June, Meitz feared she might not be poised for a peak performance.
TAIPEI — Purdue basketball's tenure as Team USA officially begins Sunday morning at 5:30 a.m. with a World University Games Pool C opener against Argentina. The Purdue/Team USA games will be available at livestream.com/fisu and on the FISU TV App on Apple and Android devices. Some if not all are also expected to be available via tape delay on CBS Sports Net. Purdue competes in five pool play games from Sunday through Friday.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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