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CU Buffs volleyball preview: Washington State

No. 24 CU Buffs open Pac-12 play

No. 24 CU Buffs volleyball at Washington State

GAME TIME: Wednesday, 7 p.m. MT, Bohler Gym, Pullman, Wash.

BROADCAST: TV — Pac-12 Networks.

RECORDS: Colorado 9-0; Washington State 6-4.

LEADERS: Colorado — OH Leah Clayton, R-Sr., 4.24 kills per set; S Jenna Ewert, Sr., 10.38 assists per set; DS/L Savannah Perry, Jr., S/L Brynna DeLuzio, R-Sr., Ewert, eight aces apiece; MB Alexia Kuehl, R-So., 1.22 blocks per set; DeLuzio, R-Sr., 4.65 digs per set. Washington State — OH Pia Timmer, Jr., 3.59 kills per set; S Hannah Pukis, R-Jr., 10.6 assists per set; MB Magda Jehlarova, Jr., 11 aces, 1.03 blocks per set; DS/L Karly Basham, Jr., 3.36 digs per set.

NOTES: This is the Pac-12 Conference opener for both teams…CU extended its program-best start to a season to 9-0 with a home-and-home sweep of Colorado State last week…The Buffs have lost six consecutive matches and eight of the past nine against Washington State. CU also has lost its past five contests at WSU…CU doubled its point total (64 to 128) in this week’s AVCA top 25 poll while moving up one spot to No. 24…After entering 2021 with a 12-game losing streak on the road, the Buffs won all three of their previous road matches this season (Charlotte, Illinois, Colorado State)…CU hosts No. 15 Utah in a top-25 showdown on Friday (7 p.m., Pac-12 Networks).

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