Balance Leads Utah Women Past Colorado 76-68Emily Potter led a balanced attack with 13 points and six blocks and Utah closed the game on a 12-5 run to defeat Colorado for the second time in four days, 76-68 on Sunday.
No. 9 Stanford Women Beat Buffs 71-56Kaylee Johnson scored a career-high 17 points and had 11 rebounds, Erica McCall added 16 points and 11 rebounds and No. 9 Stanford beat Colorado 71-56 on Sunday.
Washington State Women Top Colorado 74-66Maria Kostourkova scored 17 points and Mariah Cooks added 11 points and 12 rebounds as Washington State earned its 10th win of the season, beating Colorado 74-66 Monday night.
CU Women Stun No. 8 Oregon State 68-65 In Pac-12 QuartersTwo weeks after Colorado was blown out at home by Oregon State, the Buffaloes pulled off one of the biggest upsets in the Pac-12 Conference this season.
Plum Leads Washington Women Over Colorado 79-67Kelsey Plum had 28 points on Sunday as Washington jumped ahead and held Colorado at bay for a 79-67 victory.
Fields, UCLA Women Hang On, Beat Colorado 72-65Nirra Fields scored 24 points and UCLA squandered a 17-point lead before beating Colorado for a 72-65 and snapping a four-game losing streak on Friday night.
Washington State Edges CU Women In 73-68 ComebackLia Galdeira scored 27 points, Mariah Cooks chipped in 15 more and Washington State edged Colorado in a 73-68 comeback win Sunday.
Boyd Leads Cal Women Past Colorado, 75-59Brittany Boyd had 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists and seven steals to help California beat Colorado 75-59 on Monday night.
CU Women Fall To No. 22 Iowa 78-63
No. 11 Colorado Women Roll Over Denver 83-61Arielle Roberson scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Thursday night and No. 11 Colorado dominated Denver 83-61 to remain unbeaten.
No. 16 CU Women Down New Mexico In 85-53 RoutJen Reese scored 18 points and hauled in seven rebounds to lead No. 16 Colorado to an 85-53 rout over New Mexico on Saturday.
No. 19 Colorado Women Defeat Washington 70-59Chucky Jeffery scored 19 points, including a game-clinching uncontested layup with 59 seconds left, and 18th-ranked Colorado survived a frigid-shooting first half to beat Washington 70-59 in the quarterfinals of the Pacific-12 tournament Friday night.