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Colorado’s Samantha Nemirov has 18 goals and three assists this season.

Following a tough home loss on Saturday to Southern California, the Colorado women’s lacrosse team has a quick turnaround, as it looks to get back on track Sunday against Arizona State. A look at the matchup:

Arizona State at No. 23 Colorado

GAME TIME: Sunday, 1 p.m., at Kittredge Field in Boulder

RECORDS: Colorado 3-4, 2-1 Pac-12; ASU 3-3, 1-1

BROADCAST: TV — Pac-12 Networks

KEY PLAYERS: Colorado — ATK Miranda Stinson, Sr., 24 goals, 7 assists; ATK Samantha Nemirov, Sr., 18 goals, 3 assists; GK Julia Lisella, Jr., .489 save percentage, 11.50 goals-against average. ASU — MF Emily Glagoley, So., 10 goals, 9 assists; ATK Kerri Clayton, Jr., 13 goals, 4 assists; GK Berkeley Bonneau, Jr., .488 save percentage, 10.33 goals-against average.

NOTES: CU is aiming to bounce back from Saturday’s 11-5 loss to Southern California. … The Buffs are 0-4 at home this season and have lost five in a row in Boulder, dating back to last season. … The Sun Devils won at Oregon, 18-10, on Friday, snapping a two-game skid. Glagoley and Clayton combined for nine goals. … CU has won both meetings with ASU, which is in its second season as a program. The Buffs swept both games last year by a combined score of 34-5. … Nemirov has had points in 27 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in CU history. … This game is the second of four in a row at home for CU.

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