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CU Buffs volleyball at Arizona Wildcats

GAME TIME: Wednesday, 1 p.m. MT, McKale Center, Tucson, Ariz.

BROADCAST: TV — Live stream available at Pac-12.com/live/university-Arizona.

RECORDS: Colorado 18-10, 10-8 Pac-12 Conference; Arizona 15-14, 5-13.

KEY PLAYERS: Colorado — OH Maya Tabron, Jr. (3.23 kills per set, 2.09 digs per set); OH Lexi Hadrych, Gr. (3.13 kills per set); S Taylor Simpson, So. (7.92 assists per set); MB Alexia Kuehl, R-Jr. (1.11 blocks per set); MB Meegan Hart, Gr. (1.26 blocks per set, 2.48 kills per set); DS/L Katie Lougeay, Sr. (3.30 digs per set). Arizona — OH Sofia Maldonado-Diaz, So. (3.12 kills per set); S Emery Herman, So. (9.00 assists per set); L/DS Kamaile Hiapo, Jr. (4.08 digs per set); MB Zyonna Fellows, R-Sr. (1.36 blocks per set).

NOTES: CU still needs results in the final week of the regular season to make a push for an NCAA Tournament spot. The Buffs begin the week at No. 46 in the latest RPI rankings and can’t afford a setback against the Wildcats, who are 10th in the Pac-12 and 99th in the RPI…This is the only matchup between the teams this season. The Buffs have lost seven of their past eight matches against Arizona, including the past four in a row. CU also has lost its past five road dates at Arizona. The Wildcats lead the all-time series 13-9…CU completes the regular season at home against Utah on Friday (3 p.m., Pac-12 Mountain). The Utes are No. 52 in the RPI.

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