One of four veterans from the 1996 team, forward Dianne Norman has competed
in over 100 international matches including 17 last season at the Pan Am
Games and the Olympic qualifier where she averaged nearly eight points per
game. She played part of the 1999-2000 season in the Spanish pro league
and was in the Swiss pro league the previous year. She majored in
philosophy at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont., where she led the
school to CIAU titles in 1990 and 1991.
Canada lost 67-58 to Cuba to finish in 10th place overall.
Canada def. Brazil 61-60 to finish with 2-3 record in round-robin play.
Canada lost 68-56 to Slovakia, dropping to 1-3 record in Pool A.
Canada lost 70-58 to France in round-robin play, dropping to 1-2 record.
Canada def. Senegal 62-41, moving to 1-1 in preliminary round.
Canada lost 78-46 to Australia in opening round game.
Canadians Sutton-Brown & Norman wrestle for the ball
Dianne Norman guards Cintia Santos
Moussard and Norman battle for control
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