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Colorado-Utah Valley Notes

Courtesy: CUBuffs.com
Release: December 22, 2012
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Colorado registers the 700th win in program history (700-450, .609)

Colorado improves to 10-0 for the fourth time in school history. The Buffaloes started 12-0 last season and also registered records of 12-0 in 1980-81 and 15-0 in 1992-93.

Colorado wins its 23rd straight nonconference regular season game and has won 30 of 34 dating back to the 2010-11 season.

Colorado started the game on a 7-0 run. Utah Valley's first points came off a pair of free throws by Kaycee Mansfield with 15:43 left in the first half. The Wolverines' first field goal didn't come until 13:46 by Ashley Klemz with the score 9-5.

Utah Valley's 14 first half points were the fewest the Buffs have allowed in a first half since giving up 13 to Valparaiso on Nov. 25, 2011 (35-13). The Wolverines' starters were held without a first half field goal (0-of-10) and scored just three points off three Kaycee Mansfield free throws. Mansfield made the first field goal for a UVU starter at the 18:01 mark of the second half. UVU's starters ended up 6-of-25 for the game (.240).

Colorado registered season highs in field-goals made (34), field-goal percentage (.479) and assists (18). Utah Valley's 45 points are the fewest giving up by the Buffaloes this season.

Chucky Jeffery (12 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists) moved into 15th on CU's all-time scoring list (1,329). She passes Sandy Bean who had 1,319 from 1978-82. She had one steal to tie former teammate Brittany Spears (2007-11) for seventh in career steals at 237. Her seven assists were a personal and team season-high.

Jen Reese (16 points, 6-of-10 FG) set a new career scoring high, passing her previous total of 15 achieved on two other occasions, most recently against Illinois earlier this season. Reese has scored in double figures in seven of 10 contests, all off the bench.

Brittany Wilson (11 points, 2-of-6 3FG, 7 rebounds, 4 assists) moved into a tie for 12th in career 3-pointers made with 84, matching LaShena Graham's mark from 1994-98). Her seven rebounds were a season high.

Arielle Roberson (10 points, 4 rebounds) tied Tracy Tripp's school record (1985-86) by scoring in double figures for the 10th straight game to begin her career.

Jamee Swan (8 points, 7 rebounds, 2 blocks) recorded a career-high seven rebounds She also has six blocked shots in the last four contests.

Kyleesha Weston (8 points, 3 assists, 2 steals) all career highs

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