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No. 5 Colorado uses big third quarter to knock off No. 4 K-State

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Maddie Nolan scored 11 points and Tameiya Sadler had eight of her 10 points during a pivotal third quarter as No. 5 seed Colorado defeated No. 4 seed Kansas State 63-50 in the second round of the Women’s NCAA Tournament in Albany Region 2 on Sunday in Manhattan, Kan.

The Buffaloes (24-9) used a 15-3 run to take a 10-point lead at the end of the third quarter and advanced to face the winner of Monday’s game between No. 1 seed Iowa and No. 8 seed West Virginia in a regional semifinal next week in Albany, N.Y.

Quay Miller added 10 points and 10 rebounds and three other Colorado players finished with nine points.

Gabby Gregory scored 12 points, Serena Sundell had 11 before fouling out and Ayoka Lee added 10 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Wildcats (26-8).

Kansas State scored the first four points of the fourth quarter and Colorado went scoreless for more than six minutes before Miller made a jumper and the Buffaloes maintained control.

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