Day two featured the Buffaloes against the No. 39 ranked and host 49ers in singles play going 2-4 on the afternoon.
Manzi Tenorio rallied to win her fourth career match when losing the opening set and her fifth win when playing in three sets matches, as she defeated Long Beach State's Karolina Rozenberg 6-7 (4), 6-2, 6-2.
It was also Manzi Tenorio's fifth win in nine matches played this year, and her second straight triumph in as many days at the LBS Invitational.
Steur evened her invitational record at 1-1 with a straight set winner defeating 49er Klaudia Malenovska, 6-2, 7-5. It was Steur's fifth win this season in eight matches played.
In doubles, CU played Nevada and saw Manzi Tenorio and freshman Dhany Quevedo team-up to edge Sophie Stevens and Sheila Smiley, 8-5. The Buffaloes went 1-2 against the Wolfpack on the doubles court.
"Overall this team as the opportunity to grow and come together," said CU head coach Nicole Kenneally. "We're in a position to clean up a couple of things and this young team will continue to develop."
Day three of the Invitational wraps up on Sunday with CU taking on New Mexico in doubles and in singles facing off against Nevada.
Saturday, January 19
Doubles: Colorado vs. Nevada
Emma Verberne/Michelle Okhremchuck def. Julyette Steur/Winde Janssens 8-4
Dhany Quevedo/Carla Manzi Tenorio def. Sophie Stevens/Sheila Smiley 8-5
Monika Magusiak/Rymma Maslova def. Mattison Sperry/Mazy Watrous 8-4
Singles: Long Beach State vs. Colorado
Julyette Steur def. Klaudia Malenovska 6-2, 7-5
Carla Manzi Tenorio def. Karolina Rozenberg 6-7(4), 6-2, 6-2
Ebba Unden def. Winde Janssens 6-2, 6-4
Eva Rodriguez def. Dhany Quevedo 6-3, 6-2
Anne-Sophie Willems def. Laura Wegleitner 6-0, 6-1
Anai Jeczmionka def. Matti Sperry 6-0, 6-1