For a fourth-year program, the undefeated Colorado women's lacrosse team continues to increase its footing on the national stage.

In the three major national polls released on Monday, Colorado was voted fourth across the board. The Buffs remained fourth in both the Cascade/Inside Lacrosse and the Nike/U.S. Lacrosse Magazine polls, while also moving up from sixth to fourth in the IWLCA Coaches' poll.

Colorado (10-0) is one of two unbeaten teams remaining in the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse alongside Maryland (9-0), which is ranked first in all three polls. North Carolina (9-1) is second in all three polls and is followed by Florida (8-1).

The Buffs extended their school-record win streak to 10 with a 19-6 win Saturday against Mountain Pacific Sports Federation rival Fresno State. CU improved to 3-0 in conference play.

Colorado travels to the East Coast this week for a pair of games beginning with a match at Delaware on Wednesday (4 p.m. MST) On Friday at 5 p.m. MST the Buffs visit Stony Brook, which is ranked at least eighth in all three national polls.

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