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Ute Women's Basketball to Complete Home-and-Home with Colorado

Emily Potter and the Utes will play their return game at Colorado on Sunday at 12 p.m. MT.

Emily Potter and the Utes will play their return game at Colorado on Sunday at 12 p.m. MT.

Jan. 30, 2014

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Colorado Game II Information
Match-up: Utah Utes (10-10, 3-6 Pac-12) at Colorado Buffaloes (12-8, 2-7 Pac-12)
Date: Sunday, Feb. 2
Tipoff: 12 p.m. MT
Location: Boulder, Colo.
Arena: Coors Events Center (11,064)

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Game Coverage: Sunday's game at Colorado will be televised live on Pac-12 Networks. Krista Blunk (PBP) and Ros Gold-Onwude (Analyst) will have the call.

On the radio side, Rick Bouillon will have the play-by-play call for ESPN700.

Live stats for Sunday's game will be at cubuffs.com.

Pac-12 Conference competition continues for the University of Utah women's basketball team as it completes its home-and-home series with Colorado in Boulder on Sunday at 12 p.m. MT.

Utah is 10-10 overall through 20 games and the Utes are 3-6 in league play. The Utes have won three of their last four outings after picking up wins at Washington State on Jan. 19 (59-57), Arizona on Jan. 26 (65-62) and Colorado on Jan. 29 (58-55). Utah holds a 3-4 mark in true road contests.

Colorado has lost six of its last seven with its victory in that stretch coming against Arizona via a 68-47 decision on Jan. 24 in Boulder.

Colorado Game I Recap: Utah took a 58-55 win over Colorado on Wednesday in Salt Lake City and the Utes had two players in double figures.

Plouffe Proves Pivotal: Senior forward Michelle Plouffe (Edmonton, Alberta) led Utah in points (14) and rebounds (8) to go with four steals and two assists on Jan. 29 against Colorado. She has 17 double-figure-point games in 18 outings this season.

Plouffe's Record Book Update: With 14 points Jan. 29 against Colorado, Plouffe now has 1,889 career points for the Utes and moved past Morgan Warburton (1,886 from 2005-09) for fifth place in school history. She is now 75 points away from tying Kalee Whipple (1,964 from 2006-10) for fourth on the list. Plouffe has 1,053 career rebounds and passed Deb Asper (1,042 from 1980-84) for second on the all-time list Jan. 26 versus Arizona. She is now 54 rebounds shy of passing Anne Handy (1,106 from 1981-85) for the school record.

Wilson From 3: Junior guard Cheyenne Wilson (Seattle, Wash.) ranks eighth in the conference with a .395 (32-81) clip from beyond the arc. She is 14th in the league with 1.6 made 3-point field goals per game. Wilson poured in 11 points on Jan. 29 against Colorado after connecting on three of her four 3-point attempts. This was her fifth game in double-digits in points this season. She also set a new career high with seven assists.

Receiving From Rodriguez: Sophomore guard Danielle Rodriguez (Downey, Calif.) connected on three of her first five field goal attempts Jan. 29 against Colorado and ended with nine points after a 4-for-7 shooting performance. Rodriguez is tied for third in the Pac-12 (97th in NCAA) with 4.5 assists per game this season and ranks fifth (64th in NCAA) in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.9, 89-47). She is also fifth in the Pac-12 in minutes played (36.2 mpg). In league games only, Rodriguez is sixth in minutes (36.8 mpg), seventh in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4, 30-21) and eighth in the Pac-12 in assists (3.3 apg).


 

 

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