Lucas Siewert dropped a career-high 21 points on 5-7 shooting from the three point line in No. 24 Colorado's loss to Northern Iowa Tuesday night in Boulder, CO.
Saturday night, the Colorado Buffaloes will try to finish a weekend the way they started, something they have yet to accomplish in Pac-12 play this year. To do that, they will have to beat a Washington team they haven't beaten since 2017, a string of five games — including three last season.
BOULDER — Colorado senior forward Lucas Siewert recorded his first double-double of the season to help the 23rd-ranked Buffaloes to a 78-56 win over Washington State on Thursday night at the CU Events Center.
Colorado's Lucas Siewert spoke with Pac-12 Networks' Matt Muehlebach after his first double-double of the season against Washington State Thursday night in Boulder.
With their leading rebounder on the bench with an injury, the Colorado Buffaloes had three players record double-doubles and closed the game with a 24-6 run to collect a 78-56 win over Washington State in front of 7,864 at the CU Events Center.
With the memories of a 21-point loss at Arizona still fresh in their minds, the 23rd-ranked Colorado Buffaloes have a chance to put the defeat behind them Thursday when they play host to Washington State in an 8 p.m. game at the CU Events Center (Pac-12 Networks).