Women's Basketball

Jump to FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup Qualifiers

Will represent Great Britain at tournament in Romania

STANFORD, Calif. - Hannah Jump has been named to Great Britain's roster for this weekend's FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup qualifiers in Bucharest, Romania.

Great Britain is in Pool B along with Latvia (2:25 a.m. PT), Georgia (5:05 a.m. PT) and Romania (8:45 a.m. PT) and will face all three countries on Saturday, June 15. Games will be streamed live on the FIBA 3x3 YouTube channel.

The pool winners will advance directly to the semifinals, while the second and third-place teams will play against each other in a play-in to qualify for the semis. The winners of the semis will qualify for the FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup, played in Austria's capital of Vienna from August 22-25. 

Jump won a silver medal with Team England in 3x3 at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England and represented Great Britain at the 2022 FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup qualifiers in Romania in June 2022. In 5x5, Jump played for England at the 2016 FIBA U16 Women's European Championship (Division B) in Romania, averaging 10.5 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game. She also appeared at the 2015 U16 European Championship for Women (Division A) in Portugal, averaging 7.6 points and 1.9 rebounds per game.

Jump finished her decorated career at Stanford as the school's all-time 3-point leader, with 364 career makes, a total that is second in Pac-12 history. In the regular-season finale at Oregon on March 2, Jump passed Anna Wilson (160) to become Stanford's all-time leader in games played and finished with 167.
In 2022-23, Jump was one of two players to average better than 44.0 percent from deep while making at least 100 3-pointers and the ninth major conference player to do that since 1999-2000. She was an All-Pac-12 pick that season, one in which she broke Stanford's single-season record for 3-point makes (100), ranked ninth nationally in 3-point field goals and eighth in percentage (.441).
Jump is 25th on Stanford's all-time scoring list (1,434) and finished third in school history in career 3-point percentage (.409).