Hmmm. Fancy G Wing Forward C positions. Should I change the mens to match?
2011 Roster Position Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Commitments Guard Chucky Jeffery Ashley Wilson
Esther Lee #
Kyleesha Weston Wing Meagan Malcolm-Peck Brenna Malcolm-Peck* Lauren Huggins Forward Julie Seabrook Jen Reese
Jamee Swan Post Rachel Hargis * = Redshirted # = Walk On Official CU Roster
Date Opponent Location Time (MST) Media Result Nov 06 (Sun) Regis - Exhibition Boulder 2:00 pm n/a Nov 11 (Fri) Northern Arizona Boulder 5:30 pm W (84-60) Nov 16 (Wed) Texas A&M - Corpus Christi at Corpus Christi 6:00 pm W (71-58) Nov 20 (Sun) Colorado State at Fort Collins 2:00 pm The Mtn W (72-53) Nov 25 (Fri) Valparaiso Boulder 7:30 pm W (60-32) Nov 26 (Sat) Wisconsin Boulder 7:30 pm W (58-48) Nov 30 (Wed) San Francisco Boulder 7:00 pm W (84-66) Dec 04 (Sun) Idaho Boulder 12:00 pm W (68-59) Dec 08 (Thu) Denver Boulder 7:00 pm W (71-36) Dec 17 (Sat) Weber State Boulder 4:00 pm W (77-59) Dec 20 (Wed) Texas-Pan American (UTSA Holiday Classic) at San Antonio 4:00 pm W (67-49) Dec 21 (Thu) Creighton (UTSA Holiday Classic) at San Antonio 4:00 pm W (52-49) Dec 31 (Sat) Utah* at Salt Lake City 3:00 pm W (58-52) Jan 05 (Thu) Washington* at Seattle 8:00 pm L (67-75) Jan 07 (Sat) Washington State* at Pullman 2:00 pm W (57-56) Jan 12 (Thu) California* Boulder 7:00 pm L (68-55) Jan 14 (Sat) Stanford* Boulder 4:00 pm ROOT L (80-54) Jan 19 (Thu) Arizona State* at Tempe 11:00 am L (43-64) Jan 21 (Sat) Arizona* at Tucson 2:30 pm FSN/ROOT W (56-54) Jan 26 (Thu) USC* Boulder 7:00 W (69-67) Jan 28 (Sat) UCLA* Boulder 2:00 pm FSN/ROOT L (62-54) Feb 02 (Thu) Oregon State* at Corvalis 8:00 pm L (65-45) Feb 04 (Sat) Oregon* at Eugene 3:00 pm L (67-62) Feb 09 (Thu) Arizona* Boulder 7:00 pm W (69-59) Feb 11 (Sat) Arizona State* Boulder 7:00 pm L (60-47) Feb 18 (Sat) Utah* Boulder 5:00 pm ROOT L (61-56) Feb 23 (Thu) Stanford* at Palo Alto 8:00 pm L (68-46) Feb 25 (Sat) California* at Berkeley 3:00 pm L (64-43) Mar 01 (Thu) Oregon* Boulder 6:30 pm ROOT L (64-62) Mar 03 (Sat) Oregon State* Boulder 4:00 pm W (67-57) Mar 07 (Wed) Utah (PAC-12 Tournament) at Los Angeles 6:00 pm W (55-41) Mar 08 (Thu) California (PAC-12 Tournament) at Los Angeles 6:00 pm L (68-59) Mar 14 (Wed) Northern Colorado (NIT Tournament) Boulder 7:00 pm W (54-42) Mar 19 (Mon) South Dakota (NIT Tournament) at Vermillion 6:00 pm W (64-55) Mar 22 (Thu) Villanova (NIT Tournament) Boulder 7:00 pm W (48-47) Mar 25 (Sun) Oklahoma State (NIT Tournament) at Stillwater 11:30 am L (78-70)
Record: 22-14 (7-13)
Last edited by Goose; 11-01-2011 at 05:23 PM.
Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat. - Alex Levine
I just wish we had a true, experience center. Rachel improved with every game last year, but she still needed a lot of work by season's end. She was very foul prone as was Seabrook.
The player who left after one game last season was Shae Kelley, another 6'1" (?) wing. From what I have read, she was asked by coach Lappe to play out of position, helping in the post because of the teams needs there and she decided that wasn't what she wanted to do. She went to a junior college in Florida, where Patrick Harrington, former assistant coach under KMM, is the head coach. I suspect that Harrington was the coach who was responsible for recruiting her to CU in the first place. She sat out after transfering last season and I assume she will be playing this season.
There was a center on the roster who was a KMM recruit... Melissa MacFarlane .... but she quit IIRC without even going to any practices last season. From what I have read it sounded like she had almost quit BB in high school but changed her mind, came to CU, and played (sparingly and not real well, imo) her FR season under KMM. Then I suspect when she saw the no-nonsense approach of the new coaches, she decided she wasn't ready for that. She did help out former KMM assistant coach Aisha Veasley who had taken the head coaching positon at Boulder HS last season.
We should have listened to Colorado fans.
Harvard-Westlake HS. Cal Storm Elite - Club Team.
She's only 5'3", so that's why she wasn't heavily recruited. Looks like she can shoot, pass, handle and play some defense. This is a solid walk on who can play and also help the LA pipeline (everybody loves point guards).
Updated for current record, game times, and additional network coverage info.
Updated for the big road split on the UW-WSU road trip.
Buffs are now 13-1 (2-1) after a big Saturday win at formerly 1st place Wazzu.
RPI is now up to #89 despite a #323 strength of schedule.
Schedule & results are updated.