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USU women's basketball: Aggies finish 2nd nationally in FT percentage

Published April 12, 2013 3:12 pm
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The Utah State women's basketball team finished the season as the No. 2-ranked free throw shooting team in Division I basketball.

The Aggies converted 495-of-618 free throws for an 80.1 percentage, tops in the Western Athletic Conference. USU also had three of the top four free throw shooters in the conference led by senior guard Devyn Christensen, who shot a league-leading 92.4 percent, a WAC record. She finished the season third in the nation.

Christensen was also second in three-point field goals per game, making 3.34 threes a game.

Utah State also ended the year fifth in the nation in scoring offense (76.5 points) and ninth in steals (12.).




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