BOULDER - We're finally back. I don't expect everyone to be excited about it, but it is what it is. We are now in the home stretch (to spring break at least) and it's time to implement the "new year, new me" mentality. Where you fulfill your resolution by hitting the rec for the first two weeks of school and then not seeing it until next semester. So how about we kick off the new year with a resolution that is easy to follow, go out and support your Colorado Buffaloes Women's Basketball team! The Buffs welcome Oregon State (16-4) and Oregon (17-2) to Boulder this weekend. Here's why you should stay committed to your new resolution and hang with us at the CU Events Center this weekend!
Pac-12 Networks’ Ros Gold-Onwude speaks with Charlotte Whittaker after the Buffs took a win over California in Berkeley. The forward had nine points and seven rebounds.
BERKELEY, Calif. – Sophomore Emma Clarke scored 14 points and helped fuel a strong third quarter in Colorado's 62-50 come from behind win over California on Sunday. The win snapped a three-game skid.
STANFORD, Calif. – Colorado's women's basketball team gave No. 6 Stanford a run for its money at Maples Pavilion on Friday night. A last-second Cardinal basket forced overtime and the home team outlasted the Buffaloes in the extra time, 76-68.
Colorado takes on Stanford and Cal
Utah hit a school-record 16 3's