BOULDER - Colorado won its first five games primarily with a defensive flair, win No. 6 came with an offensive punch.

Chucky Jeffery had a career-high 26 points to lead Colorado to an 84-66 win over San Francisco Wednesday night at the Coors Events Center.

Colorado improves to 6-0, its best start since beginning 7-0 in 1993-94. San Francisco, led by Rheina Ale's 23 points falls to 1-7.

Jeffery also had 12 rebounds to notch her second-straight double-double and third of the season.

The Buffaloes gave up a season-high 66 points, but also tied their season-best output with 84, shooting 51 percent from the floor (33-of-65).

Jeffery had 12 rebounds, her second-straight double-double. Julie Seabrook also had a career high with 18 points.

CU raced out to a 23-9 on the heels of two straight Jeffery 3-pointers. Ale kept the Dons within reach scoring 10 first half points.

Colorado extended its lead back to 46-31 at the half. Seabrook, who entered the game with a season-high of nine points, had seven in the first 20 minutes alone.

The Buffaloes shot 57 percent in the first 20 minutes and dominated on the boards. CU outrebounded the Dons 29-9 in the first half and 53-20 for the game. 

San Francisco came out swinging in the second half though. After Jeffery opened the scoring with a jumper, the Dons ran off 11 straight to pull within 48-42 with 17:28 remaining.

Colorado had an answer though, Jeffery scored six points and freshman Jen Reese added four during a 12-0 CU run that put the Buffaloes back up by 18.

Reese finished with nine points, but did a bulk of her damage on the boards. She finished with a game-high and personal best 13 rebounds.

Colorado continues its home stand by hosting the University of Idaho on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 12 p.m. at the Coors Events Center. The game will be televised by ROOT Sports Rocky Mountain.