Women's Basketball

Rice (Omni Hotels Classic)

2013-11-30T18:30:00-08:00
Sat., Nov 30
6:30 PM
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Boulder, CO

Coors Events Center

Coors Events Center
Coors Events Center, 950 Regent Dr.
Boulder, CO 80305
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Buffs Ready For Tough Postseason Road Challenge

BOULDER - South Dakota State may be a new foe for Colorado women's basketball, but head coach JR Payne is no stranger to the Jackrabbits. The two teams will square off on Sunday in the second round of the WNIT in Brookings, South Dakota (1 p.m. MT tip-off | TV: Midco Sports Network | Radio: AM 1190 KVCU).

Free Tickets And Free Food For CU Students On Thursday

BOULDER - Colorado women's basketball head coach JR Payne has offered to pay for the first 100 students attending Thursday's WNIT first-round game against UNLV. Tip off is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Coors Events Center. Students will need to show their Buff One Card at the entrance to take advantage of the deal.

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BOULDER - Colorado's women's basketball team accepted a bid to the Women's NIT on Monday evening. It will be CU's sixth appearance in the WNIT and 19th postseason appearance, including 13 NCAA Tournament selections.

Getting To Know: Aubrey Knight

BOULDER - Colorado signed Aubrey Knight to a National Letter of Intent on Nov. 10 and she is one of three players so far to make up CU's 2017 women's basketball recruiting class. She is currently a senior at Ventura High School in Ventura, California, and is averaging 15.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, 1.6 steals and 1.4 assists, while leading Ventura to a 22-6 record, a No. 19 ranking in California and a No. 82 ranking nationally. She is listed a four-star recruit by ESPN and has a scout's grade of 94. Knight is also listed as the 73rd-best player overall in the country, including the 22nd-best guard. As a junior, she was named CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) Player of the Year for Division I-AA, and has been named first-team all-county and all-league twice already. She has led Ventura to two CIF championships as a sophomore and junior, and three league championships. She's also been a three-year letterwinner in volleyball and had a .540 hitting percentage as a senior.