GB were third in their group to miss out on the quarter-final action, then started the 9-17 classification stage with a thumping win over Georgia.
But they were unable to follow that 78-44 success in their second placing game, going down 67-57 to Greece before bowing out with a 68-59 loss to Slovakia in the 11/12th place playoff.
Kian Omer-Jones and Katie Januszewska were the standouts against Georgia, while Fatmata Janneh had a powerhouse double-double of 23 points and 17 rebounds while Kaylie Edge also had 23 points in their group stage win.
Janneh led the GB averages lists, topping efficiency (13.3), scoring (15), rebounds (10.3) and assists (3.3) lists.
Ukraine 54-74 Great Britain - Boxscore
Great Britain 41-65 Germany - Boxscore
Great Britain 61-72 Switzerland - Boxscore
9-17 classification - Great Britain 78-44 Georgia - Boxscore
9-17 classification - Great Britain 57-67 Greece - Boxscore
11/12 classification - Great Britain 59-68 Slovakia - Boxscore
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Natalie Charity, Nottingham Wildcats
Ella Doherty, University of Toledo (USA)
Kaylie Edge, Sacramento State (USA)
Ebere Egbirika, Southwark Pride
Fatmata Janneh, Barking Abbey
Katie Januszewska, Leicester Riders
Molly Lavin, American University (USA)
Anya McKenzie, Tarleton State (USA)
Chenai Mushore, Arizona Western
Kian Omer-Jones, Sheffield Hatters
Abbey Whitehouse, Sheffield Hatters
Charli Wroe, Sheffield Hatters
Saruna Gudza, Endeavour Ipswich
Jocie Leavold, Nottingham Wildcats
Head Coach: Chantelle Handy
Assistant Coach: Kenrick Liburd
Assistant Coach: Renee Busch
Team Manager: Paula Charity
Physiotherapist: Dave Hall
S&C Coach: Jack Clarke