Former Husker Chelsea Aubry scored six points to help the Canadian women's basketball team to its first Olympic victory since 2000 with a 73-65 win over the hosts from Great Britain on Monday.
Aubry, a 6-2 forward from Kitchener, Ontario, added three rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot for the Canadians. Through a pair of Olympic contests, the 28-year-old Aubry is averaging 4.5 points and 3.0 rebounds as a starter for Canada, which improved to 1-1 in Group B play.
On Saturday, Aubry became the first Nebraska women's basketball player to make an Olympic appearance. She played at NU from 2004 through '07.
In other women's basketball news:
Candace Parker and the U.S. women's team are 2 for 2 in London, and this one was a laugher.
Parker had 14 points and 12 rebounds to help the United States to a 90-38 rout against Angola.
The Americans (2-0) have won their last 35 games in the Olympics and four consecutive gold medals while Angola is looking for its first victory.