Mountain Lions take on the Buffaloes this Tuesday in Texas
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's basketball team (2-0) is set to travel to Canyon, Texas to take on West Texas A&M (0-3) this Tuesday. The Mountain Lion's trail in the all-time series against the Lady Buffs 4-2, but won the last game 66-62 on November 19, 2011.
UCCS has started this season with two blowout victories against Oklahoma Panhandle State 96-55 and Northern New Mexico 73-42. The Mountain Lions were led on offense by Abby Kirchoff, Jeri Pikul and Sam Patterson, who are all averaging double digit points through the first two games. Kirchoff is averaging 15 points and five assists shooting .571 from long range. Pikul is averaging 12 points shooting .471 from the field. And Patterson is averaging 10.5 points and six rebounds per game.
The Mountain Lions look to start this season 3-0 for the first time since the 2007-2008 season.
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