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2010-11 Colorado Women's Basketball Schedule

Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by Buffnik, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Nov 12 Regis (10-16), Boulder - Win (76-38)
    Nov 16 Denver (19-10), Denver - Loss (69-70)
    Nov 19 Santa Clara (10-18), Boulder - Win (71-37)
    Nov 21 Tennessee Martin (19-10), Boulder - Win (78-67)
    Nov 26 Evansville (8-18), Omni Hotels Classic, Boulder - Win (55-53)
    Nov 27 Loyola-IL (11-16), Omni Hotels Classic, Boulder - Win (65-34)
    Dec 01 Texas State (9-18), Boulder - Win (67-35)
    Dec 04 Illinois (7-21), Big Ten/Big 12 Challenge, Boulder - Loss (59-63)
    Dec 08 Colorado State (13-14), Boulder - Win (73-49)
    Dec 18 USC (16-11), USC Tournament, Los Angeles - Loss (54-68)
    Dec 19 Dayton (18-10), USC Tournament, Los Angeles - Loss (50-70)
    Dec 30 Colgate (7-21), Boulder - Win (74-52)
    Jan 04 North Dakota (12-13), Boulder - Win (67-56)
    Jan 08 #5 Texas A&M (23-3), College Station - Loss (57-85)
    Jan 12 Kansas (19-9), Boulder - Loss (58-68)
    Jan 15 #25 Iowa State (20-8), Boulder - Win (66-60 OT)
    Jan 18 Oklahoma State (15-12), Stillwater - Loss (49-58)
    Jan 22 Missouri (12-16), Boulder - Win (58-48)
    Jan 26 Kansas State (18-9), Boulder - Loss (59-72)
    Jan 30 Texas (17-10), Austin - Loss (50-67)
    Feb 02 Kansas (19-9), Lawrence - Loss (53-81)
    Feb 05 Nebraska (13-15), Boulder - Win (70-45)
    Feb 12 Texas Tech (20-8), Boulder - Loss (44-72)
    Feb 16 Kansas State (18-9), Manhattan - Loss (51-78)
    Feb 19 #25 Iowa State (20-8), Ames - Loss (45-71)
    Feb 23 #16 Oklahoma (19-8), Boulder - Win (73-68)
    Feb 26 Missouri (12-16), Columbia - Win (63-59)
    Mar 02 Nebraska (13-15), Lincoln - Win (64-61)
    Mar 05 #3 Baylor (25-2), Boulder - Loss (59-81)

    Mar 8-12 Big 12 Championships, Kansas City
    Tuesday, March 8
    No. 8 Kansas vs. No. 9 Colorado - Loss (45-71)
    No. 5 Iowa State vs. No. 12 Nebraska
    No. 7 Texas vs. No. 10 Missouri
    No. 6 Texas Tech vs. No. 11 Oklahoma State

    NIT 1st Round (Boulder)
    Thursday, March 17 @ 7pm
    Colorado vs. UC-Riverside - Win (71-62)

    NIT 2nd Round (Boulder)
    Monday, March 21 @ 7pm
    Colorado vs. California - Win (81-65)

    NIT 3rd Round (Laramie)
    Thursday, March 24 @ 7pm
    Colorado vs. Wyoming - Win (70-58)

    NIT Quarterfinal (Boulder)
    Sunday, March 27 @ 1pm
    Colorado vs. USC - Loss (70-87)

    Official Schedule with Game Times and Network Coverage

    2010-2011 Record: 18-16 (6-11 Big 12)
    CU RPI: 89
     
  2. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    What's everyone think of the schedule?

    I see a non-conference slate that should yield no worse than 10-3 (with 12-1 a realistic expectation).

    The conference schedule also sets up well to get out to a fairly fast start. A winning record in the Big 12 halfway through (5-3) is also realistic.

    Finishing strong and getting a win in the conference tournament will be the keys, but a 20+ win season that gets us into the tourney is attainable this year.

    A lot's riding on Chucky's development, some work in the weight room paying off for the frontcourt players, and probably a freshman or 2 making an impact... but I think that Lappe's first year is going to be a good one.
     
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    Man, I hope your right but my feelings on the Womens team run parallel to the Football team. I'm tired of having high expectations and getting let down. I'm in the "I want to see it on the court" frame of mind. I only see 8 or 9 wins OOC and maybe 5 wins in Big XII. That would be my expectations so if those are exceeded then I will be happy with the season.

    I think this team has some talent but the last regime was unable to get them to gel on the court. Maybe Linda can get the job done. Losing Fressle will hurt. No matter, I will show up and cheer this team on as I always.

    Go Buffs
     
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    What happened to mullaney,houston,fressle and bailey?
     
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    Fressle transferred to Boston College...not sure about the other 3...
     
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    Mullaney and Houston both graduated in 4 years with a year of eligibility remaining. Both opted not to use it. Bailey was a head scratcher from day one. She had not played basketball in almost 2 years if I remember right when KMM offered her a scholarship. She had been concentrating on track her last 2 years of high school. Don't know where she went.
     
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    Just to update my comment from September.............. Mullaney and Houston opted not to use their fifth year of eligibility at CU. They have both enrolled at other schools for grad programs and are playing BB....Mullaney at San Francisco and Houston at UTEP.
     
  8. Buffnik

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    Updated to include the win over Texas State to go to 6-1.

    RPI is up to 82 now and that win wasn't factored in yet.

    Wins over Illinois on Saturday and CSU on Wednesday are essential.
     
  9. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Buffs have now won 6 of 8 games on a great end of the season run to push their record to 18-15 and reach the WNIT Quarterfinals.

    Rematch with USC on Sunday in Boulder at 1:00 pm.
     

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