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2019 Schedule
12-18, 12th in Pac-12
Plum, Osahor lead Washington past Colorado (0:59)
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787dMechelle Voepel

Buffaloes have reason to believe in new era

The Pac-12 is better than ever in women's hoops. But it's also been a tough home for Colorado so far. Coach JR Payne and sophomore Kennedy Leonard aim to get the Buffs back to their winning ways.

Colorado cruises to an easy win over Idaho State (0:32)
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1476dMichelle Smith

Stanford, Cal to collide for Pac-12 title

Earlier this season, Arizona State became the first conference team to sweep Stanford in the regular season since 1988. But Saturday, the Cardinal came up big when it mattered most.

AP Photo/George Nikitin
1597dMichelle Smith

Stanford no longer the consensus favorite on Pac-12

For the first time since 1999, the media that covers the Pac-12 picked somebody other than Stanford to win the conference title. Michelle Smith says Cal is the favorite, too.

AP Photo/Paul Sakuma
1880dMichelle Smith

Smith: Ogwumike carves out own spot on court for Cardinal

Chiney Ogwumike didn't have to live up to the high standards her older sister set at Stanford. Instead, Chiney has carved out her own place on the basketball court, as a player, as a personality and as a leader.

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1887dCharlie Creme

Creme: Conference play boosts some, hurts others

The conference season is young, but for a number of teams, league games have dramatically impacted their hopes for an NCAA tournament seed.

AP Photo/David Zalubowski
1897dMichelle Smith

Smith: Big games await No. 17 Buffaloes

Two big games does not a season make. But Colorado knows it has an opportunity to establish itself as a legitimate national contender in its upcoming home games against No. 19 Cal and fourth-ranked Stanford.

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1917dGraham Hays

Hays: Schimmel paces Louisville past Colorado

In a foul-ridden game that could help prepare both teams for the postseason, No. 7 Louisville rode a 30-point effort from Shoni Schimmel to top previously unbeaten and 11th-ranked Colorado.

1931d

Sprinkler, alarm cause CU arena to be cleared

Fans were evacuated from the arena in the first half of Saturday night's women's game between No. 11 Colorado and Illinois when a sprinkler head near a loading dock froze, setting off the fire alarm.

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1961dMichelle Smith

Smith: Pac-12 preview

Cal's breakthrough in 2013 gives the rest of the Pac-12 Conference's teams hope that they are closing the gap with perennial favorite Stanford.