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Colorado-Louisville Notes

Courtesy: CUBuffs.com
Release: December 14, 2012
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Last time the Buffs were unranked and beat a Top 10 team was a 63-49 win over No. 7/7 Texas Tech on Jan. 11, 1997.  The last time Colorado defeated a Top 10 team overall, was a 62-59 win by the No. 12/12 Buffaloes over No. 5/5 Stanford in the 2002 NCAA Sweet 16. CU head coach Linda Lappe was a junior on that team.

The win was No. 699 for the Colorado women's basketball program (699-450,  .608)

The Buffaloes defeated the Cardinals in their first ever matchup 70-66

The Buffaloes improve to 13-9 against the teams that currently make up the Big East. Colorado has won its last three games against the Big East.

Colorado is 1-0 against ranked teams this season. For Colorado it was its 14th all-time win over a Top 10 ranked team.

Colorado is 62-142 all-time against ranked opponents, including a 38-45 mark at home.

Colorado is 3-5 against ranked teams under Linda Lappe.

Colorado is 9-0 for the second straight year; its fourth start of 9-0.

Colorado has a 371-126 record at the Coors Events Center, 6-0 at home this season.

Brittany Wilson (11 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal)
Wilson set a season high for assists (5).  She tied her season high record for rebounds (6), last vs. Idaho (11/11/12). Has gone 19-for-21 from the free throw line this season and 35 of her last 43 free-throw attempts (.814).  She hit 19 in a row to begin the season before missing her final two.

Rachel Hargis (7 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals)
Set a career high and a team season high in blocked shots (7). Her seven blocks were just one off the school record for a game. Two player have eight, Jackie McFarland against South Dakota State on Dec. 28, 2005 and Britt Hartshorn vs. Nebraska on Jan. 23, 1999. She has nine blocks over the last three games after totaling just three in the first six contests.

Chucky Jeffery (22 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists)
The 16th player in team history to reach 1,300 points. Set season highs for 3-pointers made and attempted (2-of-5) and free throws made and attempted (8-of-10).

Arielle Roberson (13 points, 7 rebounds)
Scored double figures for the ninth time to begin her career, just one off the school record of 10 set by Tracy Tripp in 1985-86.

Highlights from Colorado's 2015-16 women's basketball season.
JR Payne is introduced as the eighth head women's basketball coach at Colorado.
Highlights from the Buffs loss to Washington in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament.