BOULDER, Colo. -- Promise Amukamara forced two turnovers in the finals seconds and Adrianne Thomas made the game-winning free throws as No. 14 Arizona State avoided the upset with a 68-66 win over Colorado Sunday.
Amukamara had a steal, pushed the ball down the court, and found Thomas under the hoop with 4 seconds left. Thomas was fouled and made both free throws. On the ensuing possession, Amukamara forced a traveling call on Colorado's Brittany Wilson with 1 second remaining as the Buffaloes were unable to get off a final shot.
Deja Mann scored 17 points to lead Arizona State (17-3, 6-2 Pac-12), which earned its first conference road sweep since 2011. Sophie Brunner and Thomas each added 12 points. Kelsey Moos grabbed 11 rebounds.
Jen Reese had 22 points to lead Colorado (12-7, 2-6). Brittany Wilson added 12 points and seven assists and Ashley Wilson scored 12.
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