BOULDER, Colo. -- Arielle Roberson scored 18 points and gathered 12 rebounds to lead No. 12 Colorado over Southern Utah 75-59 Sunday.
Colorado (9-1) struggled from the floor, shooting just 38 percent for the game, including a woeful 1 of 13 beyond the arc. Ashley Wilson scored 14 points in the win, with Jasmine Sborov adding 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Jen Reese chipping in with 11 points.
Southern Utah struggled with its shooting as well. The Thunderbirds hit just 34 percent from the field and 1 of 13 on 3-pointers. They were led by Desiree Jackson with 21 points, six rebounds and three assists.
Southern Utah used a 7-0 run, fueled by multiple fouls by Colorado and made free throws by Jackson, to cut the lead to two points at 54-52 with 8:08 left. But Colorado responded with a 19-2 run to wrest control of the game.
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