According to Moshak, Angie Bjorklund's surgery went well and she will begin rehabilitation of the knee immediately. She is expected to be fully recovered in four-to-six weeks.
Bjorklund, a 6'0 forward-guard from Spokane Valley, Wash., indicated that her injury came as a result of "tweaking her knee" in the last two weeks.
During her freshman season, Bjorklund played in all 38 games and started 30 while helping the Lady Vols to a 36-2 record and the program's eighth NCAA title. She averaged 8.4 ppg and 3.2 rpg in 23.8 minutes per contest.
A long-range gunner, she tied the school record for three-pointers made in a single game with seven on three occasions. The SEC Rookie of the Year, Bjorklund registered 13 games in double-digits scoring including a season high 29 point effort versus Arkansas.