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August 19, 2006 at 8:21 PM

Going global

Former Seattle Pacific standout Amy Taylor, who was invited to Storm training camp in 2005 but was cut before opening day, signed to play in Amsterdam. Taylor, a 5-foot-8 point guard, will play for Pro Build Lions.
And Taylor will not be lonely. Former teammate Kelly Berglund, a fellow 2003 SPU grad, will join her on the team. Berglund, a 6-3 center who transferred from Washington State, has overseas experience having played in Germany last season.
Both players are expected to report to their team by the end of the month.

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