2009-10 SEC Womens Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year...2009-10 First Team All-SEC, Tennessees all-time leader in three-pointers made (300) and attempted (726)...Ranked fourth on team in scoring at 11.1 ppg in 2010-1111, Second on UT in minutes per game (27.7) STATISTICS
The Sky selected Angie Bjorklund with the 17th pick of the draft.
Playing both forward and guard for the University of Tennessee, Bjorklund is arguably the best three-point shooter in the history of the Lady Volunteers storied program.
Bjorklund earned a top spot in the prestigious UT record books when she finished her career with 300 three-pointers. She was also a key component in the Lady Vols single-season record for three-pointers, 242, which was set this season.
Bjorklund was a two-time AP All-American Honorable Mention honoree. The psychology major was also named second-team Academic All-American, and first team as a junior.
She averaged 11.1 points per game and shot career-bests 45.0 percent overall and 45.3 percent on three-pointers as a senior.
Bjorklund, who is originally from Spokane Valley, Washington, graduated from University High School where she led her team to a 25-3 record and a second place finish in the state tournament. She was selected as a McDonalds and WBCA All-American in 2007.