Temple sophomore guard Quinton Rose has been invited to participate in the USA men's U19 team's World Cup training camp from June 18-25.
Rose is one of 28 players invited to the camp (see all invitees here). The camp will be hosted at USA Basketball's Olympic training center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
In his freshman season on North Broad Street, Rose averaged 9.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.8 assists and 1.44 steals in 32 games. His 1.44 steals per game were fifth-best in the American Athletic Conference. He finished fourth on the Owls in scoring and rebounding.
The Rochester, New York, native earned the AAC's Rookie of the Year honor four times in his freshman campaign and was named to the conference's All-Rookie team.
The 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup begins July 1 in Cairo, Egypt.
Quinton Rose scored 19 points with four 3-pointers, Josh Brown hit the winning basket with 28 seconds left, and Temple beat Tulsa 59-58 on Wednesday night.
Temple closed to 58-57 on Obi Enechionyia's 3 with 1:24 to go and Brown's layup off of J.P. Moorman II's offensive rebound put the Owls up 59-58. Shizz Alston Jr. stole the ball on Tulsa's final possession.
Enechionyia scored 15 points with four 3-pointers and three blocks and the Owls (9-9, 2-5 American Conference) made 11 3-pointers and forced 18 Tulsa turnovers. Moorman had four steals, a season high for the team.
DaQuan Jeffries' dunked it and Tulsa pulled away from a 26-all halftime tie to lead 45-38 with 12:04 left.
Junior Etou scored 12 points and grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds for his fourth career double-double for Tulsa (10-9, 3-4), which has lost four straight. Martins Igbanu added 12 points, Sterling Taplin had 11, and Lawson Korita 10.
Jeremiah Martin scored 26 points and Kareem Brewton Jr., hit a game-winning 3-pointer off a broken play and Memphis defeated Temple 75-72 in overtime Saturday, winning its first game on the road this season.
With time running out, Brewton appeared to pass from the wing to the low post, but the ball was deflected. Brewton chased the ball down and his turnaround 3 landed with no time showing on the clock, sending the Tigers (12-6, 3-2 American) onto the court in celebration. Brewton scored half of his 10 points in the last 1:16 of overtime.
After review, one second was put back on the clock, Temple's long inbounds pass was intercepted, Jimario Rivers knocked down two free throws and Shizz Alston, Jr.'s Temple (8-9, 1-5) desperation 3 didn't fall.
Mike Parks, Jr. added 12 points for Memphis and Brewton and Kyvon Davenport scored 10 each.
Temple surged ahead in overtime with three straight from distance -- two by Nate Pierre-Louis and one from Alston.
Louis scored 23 points and Alston 19 for Temple, which was coming off its stunner in Dallas, where the Owls snapped SMU's 33-game home win streak.