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Colorado-Oklahoma State Notes
Release: March 25, 2012
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Colorado finishes the season at 21-14, its best win total since finishing the 2003-04 season at 22-8.

Colorado's 35th game of the season ties for the second most in team history. The 1995-96 team played 35 (26-9) while the 1981-82 team holds the mark at 36 (28-8).

Colorado drops to 32-20 all-time in postseason play (not including conference tournaments) and 10-4 in WNIT games. Colorado has won at least three games in three of four WNIT appearances.

Colorado drops to 3-7 all-time on an opponent's home court in the postseason and snaps winning streaks of two postseason games and four non league true road games.

This was Colorado's first game against a former Big 12 Conference rival since moving to the Pac-12 Conference this last summer. With the win, Oklahoma State extends its series winning streak to six and ties the overall series at 26-26.

Colorado's 15 3-pointers were a season high, tied for the second-most in school history and tied for the most ever on the road. The Buffaloes also had 15 at Nebraska on Feb. 20, 2010. CU's 32 3-point attempts were one off a season high and one off the most ever on the road (33 at Oregon).

Chucky Jeffery recorded her second career triple double and just the third in CU history. She tied a career-high with 10 assists. It was just the second triple-double in the Pac-12 Conference this season, joining UCLA's Markel Walker, and the 13th in the nation heading into Sunday's games.

Colorado Triple Doubles
Sandy Bean, 19 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists, vs. Utah State, Feb. 16, 1979
Chucky Jeffery, 10 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists, vs. Loyola Chicago, Nov. 27, 2010
Chucky Jeffery, 12 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists, at Oklahoma State, Mar. 25, 2012 (WNIT)

Jeffery averaged 15.8 points and 11.8 rebounds during the WNIT. She also had four of season's 10 double-doubles in the last six games and three straight to end the season. Jeffery now has 20 career double-doubles.

Jeffery's 541 points rank as the ninth highest single-season total in team history. She also finished her season fourth in minutes played (1,161), fifth in field-goal attempts (474), seventh in steals (82), eighth in field-goals made (211), ninth in rebounds (280) and 11th in assists (133).

Julie Seabrook, CU's lone senior, made her 35th start of the season tying DeCelle Thomas (1995-96) for the third-most in team history. Seabrook matched her career-best output from 3-point range hitting 4-of-6 which she also did at Utah on Dec. 31.

Seabrook finished her CU career with 120 games played, 70 starts, 504 points, 497 rebounds and she shot 48.7 percent from the field. Her field-goal percentage ranks 16th on CU's all-time list.

Ashley Wilson was a career-high 6-of-6 from the free-throw line

Lexy Kresl finishes her season with a freshman record 63 3-pointers. That total also ties Bianca Smith (2008-09) for 11th on CU's single-season list. She remains 16th on the CU career list.

Brittany Wilson tied a career-high with four 3-point field goals (North Dakota, Jan. 4, 2011) and set a personal best with nine attempts from downtown.

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