2018-2019 Regular Season schedule and scores
|Date||Time (CET)||Opponent||Result||W-L||+ Points||+ Rebounds||+ Assists|
|Sep 22, 2018||12:00 PM||
||W 61-64||1-0||T. Shao 15||X. Han 10||T. Shao 5|
|Sep 23, 2018||7:00 PM||
||L 88-100||1-1||X. Han 20||M. Sun 6||S. Wang 3|
|Sep 25, 2018||3:00 PM||
||W 66-75||2-1||M. Li 15||Y. Li 11||Y. Li 7|
|Sep 26, 2018||12:30 PM||
||W 87-81||3-1||L. Yang 16||S. Huang 9||Y. Li 7|
|Sep 28, 2018||3:00 PM||
||L 83-42||3-2||Y. Li 12||Y. Li 6||S. Wang 3|
|Sep 29, 2018||3:00 PM||
||W 71-76||4-2||M. Li 18||X. Han 9||Y. Li 6|
|Sep 30, 2018||3:00 PM||
||L 67-81||4-3||T. Shao 16||M. Sun 9||Y. Li 6|
2018-2019 World Cup (W) schedule breakdown
China (W) schedule, September 2018
The China (W) had 7 World Cup (W) games scheduled on the month of September 2018.
They went 4-3 overall. 3-1 on the road, and 1-2 at home. Their largest win came on the road against the Senegal (W) (75-66) on September 25, 2018. That night Meng Li scored 15 points. Their biggest loss came on the road against the Australia (W) (83-42), led by Liz Cambage (20 points, 9 rebounds, 0 assists).
The China (W) scored 71.29 points per game on September 2018, and allowed 77.57 points per game to their opponents.