Frida Formann, Quay Miller and Jaylyn Sherrod each scored double-digit points on Sunday afternoon as the Colorado Buffaloes women blitzed the Oregon State Beavers in Corvallis, 67-48.
Colorado gained the lead at the 7:39 mark of the first quarter and maintained it for the remainder, even going up 21-6 early. Sherrod and Miller paced the Buffs with 15 points each and both were dominant in aspects other than scoring. Miller pulled down 19 rebounds while Sherrod was a terror on defense, getting seven steals to go along with seven assists.
Formann scored 13 points and continued her strong shooting from deep by going 3-for-5. She wraps CU’s trip to the Pac-12’s Oregon schools with a 6-of-11 mark from 3-point range.
As Brian Howell of BuffZone pointed out, Colorado’s 19-point win was its largest margin of victory in a Pac-12 road game since 2015.
Colorado’s 19-point win matches its largest margin of victory in the Pac-12 road game since joining the conference in 2011-12 (won by 19 at Utah on Jan. 18, 2015). #cubuffs
— Brian Howell (@BrianHowell33) February 5, 2023
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