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Tera Bjorklund, Basketball

  • Two-time first team All-Big 12 (2003, '04)
  • 4 NCAA Tournament Appearances (2000-04)
  • 1,858 career points, fourth on CU's all-time list
  • Third in career field goals (693)

One of the most prolific scorers in CU basketball history, Tera Bjorklund netted 1,858 points in her four-year career (2000-04), helping the Buffaloes to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances including the Sweet 16 in 2003 and the Elite Eight in 2002 ... Graduated as the second-leading scorer in CU women's basketball history, trailing only Lisa Van Goor ... Currently fourth on the all-time scoring list and ranks third in career field goals (693) and free-throws made (472), fourth in free-throw attempts (607), fifth in games played (127), sixth in blocked shots (124), seventh in field-goal percentage (.540) and ninth in rebounds (723) ... She scored in double-digits in 93 of 127 career games, the third-best total in team history ... A Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-District pick and honorable mention All-American as a senior in 2003-04, she averaged 18.1 points and 7.7 rebounds per game while shooting 59 percent from the field ... Her name was on every major preseason and midseason ‘Watch List' in 2004 and was a finalist for the Wooden, Naismith and Senior Class Awards ... Twice named All-Big 12 Conference first team ('03, '04) and is one of only four players in team history to be named first team all-conference in back-to-back seasons ... Scored 592 points (18.5 ppg) in 2002-03, the fifth-highest, single-season mark on the team charts and best total by a junior...Played for the U.S. Junior National team in 2001 and also represented Team USA at the World University games in 2003 ... signed with and played briefly for the Charlotte Sting of the WNBA in 2004 and was also on the roster of the Chicago Sky in 2006 ... A three-time Academic All-Big 12 first team selection, she earned her bachelor's degree in communications in 2004 ... Active in the Alumni C-Club, she resides in Denver and is a test analyst in the QA department at Level 3 Communications in Broomfield.




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