BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – Lexy Kresl scored 19 points to lead No. 14 Colorado to a 75-58 victory over Rice to win the Omni Hotel Classic championship Saturday night.

Jen Reese had 13 points, and Brittany Wilson added 11 for Colorado (6-0).

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Rice was led by Jessica Kuster with 30 points, more than half the total for the Owls (4-5).

Colorado dominated the boards, pulling down 42 rebounds to 26 for Rice. The Buffalos also outshot Rice, making 50.9 percent from the floor compared to Rice’s 40 percent.

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The Owls opened the scoring when Kuster hit a jumper, but Colorado quickly took the lead on a Reese layup, followed by a Rachel Hargin layup and then Kresl hit a 3-pointer for a 7-2 advantage. Colorado, leading 33-29 at the half, took command in the second period, outscoring the Owls, 42-29.

Rice defeated Samford 57-52 while Colorado blew past South Alabama 94-61 on Friday.

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