The Wildcats are unbeaten at home (11-0) and improved to 13-8 overall and 3-5 in conference play. The loss is the Buffs sixth in row and they are 7-12 overall and remain winless in conference play (0-8).
CU dropped its 23rd-straight regular-season conference match, dating back to 2010. Friday's match was the first time in school history the Buffs have lost three consecutive matches by shutout. The 7-0 shutout is the eighth time CU was blanked this season, the most of any season.
"The competition we are facing match-in and match-out is very tough," CU head coach Nicole Kenneally said. "It's the most competitive conference in the country. We really need to keep picking up on the things and we need to improve. Right now it's a lot of the basics of making serves and making returns early in the points. Arizona State is another good team and we'll get ready for another battle on Saturday."
Colorado returns to action today on the road against No. 30 Arizona State.
Arizona 7, Colorado 0
Doubles -- 1. Smyth/Marks, Arizona, def. Janssens/Steur, 8-1; 2. Landsman/Johnson, Arizona, def. Anuszkiewicz/Manzi Tenorio, 8-3; 3. Stubbe/Mc Rann, Arizona, def. Schleich/Sabourin, 8-0.
Singles -- 1. Lacey Smyth, Arizona, def. Kristina Schleich, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Natasha Marks, Arizona, def.