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Angie Bjorklund debuts with 35 points

Angie Bjorklund debuts with 35 points

Angie Bjorklund debuted Thursday in the Women's Pilot Rocky Top League with 35 points with an assortment of outside shots and forays to the basket – a point of emphasis for her this off-season – as an injury replacement for Alicia Manning, who lent support from the bench during that game and studied in the stands for an accounting test the rest of the evening.

The senior sharpshooter from Spokane Valley, Wash., has been busy as she made a quick trip home to visit with family and work out with former Gonzaga and Utah Jazz standout John Stockton, a longtime friend of Angie Bjorklund's mother, Kris Bjorklund. She wanted tips on driving to the basket – an offshoot of which is getting to the free throw line – and worked out with the Hall of Fame guard while...

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