2012 Omni Hotels Classic – Boulder, Colo.
Friday, Nov. 23
San Diego State 78, Auburn 57
Colorado 75, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Saturday, Nov. 24
Consolation: Auburn 72, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 57
Championship: Colorado 67, San Diego State 53
Arielle Roberson, 6-2, Fr., F, Colorado – MVP
Chucky Jeffery, 5-10, Sr, G, Colorado
Courtney Clements, 6-0, Sr., G, San Diego State
Tyrese Tanner, 6-1, Jr., G/F, Auburn
Janae Blount, 5-9, Fr., G, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Colorado 4-0 Auburn 4-2
San Diego State 3-2 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0-6
Omni Hotels Classic Records Set
Field Goal Percentage – .585 (31-53) by Auburn (vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi)
Old Record: .574 (27-47) by Siena (vs. Colorado), 2007
Field Goal Percentage Half – .704 (19-27) by Auburn (vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 2nd Half)
Old Record: .684 (13-19) by Siena (vs. Colorado), 2007
Omni Hotels Classic Records Tied
3-Point Field Goals Made – 6 by Courtney Clements, San Diego State (vs. Auburn)
Tied: Katie Ohm, Minnesota (vs. UMass), 2007; Melissa Manzer, Siena (vs. Colorado), 2007
3-Point Field Goals Attempted – 13 by Courtney Clements, San Diego State (vs. Auburn)
Tied: Jasmina Ilic, Colorado (vs. Utah State), 2005
3-Point Percentage (min. 3 att) – 1.000 (3-for-3) by Chelsea Hopkins, San Diego State (vs. Auburn)
Tied: Three others, last Hannah Skildum, Colorado (vs. Siena), 2007
Field Goal Attempts – 40, Courtney Clements, San Diego State
Tied: Brittany Spears, Colorado, 2008
Colorado has won its last 17 regular season nonconference games and 24 of the last 28
Colorado improves to 42-10 all-time in the Omni Classic and wins its 16th title
Colorado improves to 2-1 all-time against San Diego State
Arielle Roberson is the first CU freshman to be named MVP of the Omni Hotels Classic
Chucky Jeffery is the first four-time Omni Classic All-Tournament honoree. She was tournament MVP in 2010 and 2011.
Jeffery moves into 16th place on CU’s career field-goals made list with 467. She passes Crystal Ford who had 464 field goals made from 1985-89.
Brittany Wilson hit a pair of free throws to remain perfect from the line on the season at 12-of-12. She has made 28 of her last 34 free throw attempts (.824) dating back to last season.
Jen Reese narrowly missed a double-double finishing with season highs in points (14) and rebounds (9). Her nine rebounds led the Buffaloes and ties a team season high. Reese was a perfect 6-of-6 from the line and her six made free throws are a career high.