The World University Games come to a close as USA beats Russia 91-80 for the bronze medal. Our very own Talor Battle helped the lead the USA to a 7-1 record continuing the U.S.A.'s streak of 19 straight medal finishes. The World University Games have been held 19 times. Battle was the third leading scorer in the final game, posting twelve points, only two behind the leading scorer and one behind the second leading scorer. All in all Battle battled his way to an impressive showing throughout the entire tournament, consistently being one of the best on his team, at times being his very clutch self, and showing the world what Bubby is all about. Battle finished ranked in four statistical categories out of all players, including scoring, assists, 3PT % and 3PT made. All in all this seems to be a great experience for Battle, in that he got to compete against some of the world's best at the college level, all the while giving himself, and Penn State, some much deserved (and needed) national exposure. This can only be a good thing as Penn State is looking to get out of the perennial basketball basement, and hopefully Battle's experience will help him compete on an even higher level next year.