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Colorado-UMKC Notes

Courtesy: CUBuffs.com
Release: November 18, 2012
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Colorado improves to 4-0 all-time against UMKC and 10-1 against teams from the Summit League.

Colorado is 22-4 under head coach Linda Lappe in nonconference regular season contests and has won 15 straight.

CU's 9-point halftime lead (36-27) was its largest on the road since leading Colorado State 38-22 on Nov. 20, 2011.

Colorado's 78 points were its most in a road contest since scoring 80 in an overtime win at Missouri on Feb. 23, 2010. It was the most in regulation since an 87-78 loss at Minnesota on Nov. 22, 2009. The 23-point margin was CU's biggest on the road since an 82-47 win at Colorado State on Dec. 1, 2007.

Colorado is 10-7 in its last 17 true road games, including postseason, dating back to the end of the 2010-11 season.

Ashley Wilson made her sixth career start. Her previous five came in 2011-12. Four of those five she started alongside her sister Brittany.

Senior guard Chucky Jeffery made her season debut scoring five points and dishing out four assists.

Senior guard/forward Meagan Malcolm-Peck was held out with back soreness, but could have played if needed.

Sophomore Jasmine Sborov grabbed a career-high eight rebounds.

Junior Rachel Hargis dished out a personal-best four assists. She also tied a personal-high with eight free-throw attempts.

Sophomore Lexy Kresl has made at least one 3-pointer in 33 of 37 career games. She moved into sole possession of 16th on CU's all-time list with 66.

Junior Brittany Wilson has made all 10 of her free-throw attempts this season and has made 26 of 32 dating back to last season.

Junior Lauren Huggins made her collegiate debut, playing in the game's final five minutes. She logged three rebounds and also had a steal

Freshmen Jamee Swan and Kyleesha Weston both scored their first collegiate baskets (Swan hit one free throw against Idaho, Weston did not score). Weston played in front of her home crowd with family and former high school teammates in attendance.

Colorado's four primary post players Arielle Roberson, Jen Reese, Jamee Swan and Rachel Hargis were a combined 23-of-33 from the floor (.679).

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