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First Season: 1974-1975
Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, Pac-12 Conference
2018-2019 Record: 12-18 Overall, 2-16 Conference, 10-7 Home Games, 1-10 Away Games, 1-1 Neutral
Major Rival: Colorado State Rams
Colorado Buffaloes Women's Basketball TicketsIn its more than 40 years in existence, the Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball team has produced an overall winning record and numerous tournament appearances. Although the program's first four seasons were losing ones, the Buffaloes would follow those losses with a six-season winning streak with some of those years being 20-win years. In the late 1980s and 1990s, the Buffaloes were exceptionally successful and pulled off nine 20-win seasons, including two 27+ and one 30-win years. The Buffaloes have kept the winning going through the 2000s, with only a few losing seasons, including 2017-2018 and 2018-2019. However, despite these losses, the program continues to produce top-level players, including Alexis Robinson, a senior in 2018-2019. Robinson was an All-Pac-12 honorable mention and topped 1,000 career points. Quinessa Caylao-Do, a junior in 2018-2019 returning for the 2019-2020 season, received Pac-12 Defensive honorable mention and banked 333 points. Get your Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where does the Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball team play its home games?The CU Events Center is the home of the Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball team and has been such since 1979. In its long history, the CU Events Center, which seats 11,064 for basketball games, has undergone various upgrades, which include the installation of video and ribbon boards in 2009 and the addition of a new state-of-the-art sound system in 2016.
What year did the Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball team join the Pac- 12?The Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball team first joined the Pac-12 Conference for the 2011-2012 season. Prior to joining the Pac-12, the Buffaloes shot hoops in the Big 12 Conference.
Who are some Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball Hall of Famers?Lisa Van Goor, Class of 1985, is still CU's leading women's basketball scorer with 2,067 points. She's the only player in the school's history to break 2,000 points and post 1,000 rebounds. Goor was also a finalist for MVP three years running and was named to the All-Big Eight first team in 1983. Bridget Turner was part of the Class of 1989 and left CU as the school's leader in all-time assists, a record she still holds to this day. While a Buffalo, Turner helped lead the team to its first two NCAA Tournaments and was named the Big Eight Player of the Year her senior year.
Who is the head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball team?JR Payne became the eighth head coach of the Buffaloes women's basketball team in 2016. From the get-go, Payne's coaching has had a positive impact on the team. Her first year saw the Buffaloes make an astounding turnaround from the year prior when they more than doubled their record of wins. That year, the team also went 10-0 before suffering its first defeat, which made Payne only the second head coach to accomplish this feat at the University of Colorado. Payne first worked as a head coach for Southern Utah. One of her years there (2013-2014) saw the team post a 23-10 mark, which was a school record. After Southern Utah, she worked at Santa Clara and helped the team book its first winning season in eight years. Payne played ball for the St. Mary's Gaels and garnered numerous honors and records, including an All-West Coast Conference First Team selection. Payne also ranked in the school's top 10 in assists (291) and steals (137).
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