Colorado women's basketball held its annual end of the year celebration Wednesday at Byron R. White Club Level of Folsom Field.
Makenzie Ellis, a 6-2 forward from Tulsa, Okla., is preparing her Colorado debut this fall.
Colorado head women's basketball coach Linda Lappe will serve as the March for Babies Ambassador for the March of Dimes.
Lexy Kresl, Haley Smith and Zoe Beard-Fails were honored by the Pac-12 for their academic success.
Alexis Robinson, a 5-10 guard from Ashland, Ky., is ready to make her mark on Colorado basketball.
Kennedy Leonard, a 5-8 guard from Southlake, Texas, brings an impressive resume to the Buffs' Class of 2015.
Arielle Roberson will graduate with her class in May and has opted not to return for her senior season.
Lexy Kresl (women's basketball) and Josh Scott (men's basketball) have been named the University of Colorado Athlete's of the Week for March 2-8.
Recapping Colorado's memorable run in the 2015 Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament.
The Buffs encountered problems with the Bears defense, as well as Brittany Boyd and Reshanda Gray.
The 2015 Pac-12 Conference Women's Tournament has a Cinderella – and she looks suspiciously like a Buffalo.
CU shot 53 percent from the field, its second-highest percentage of the season, to advance in Pac-12 play.