Kentucky Wildcats forward Reid Travis has been named one of 30 candidates for the Senior CLASS Award.
The award honors student-athlete seniors who excel both on and off the court. They must also have a notable impact in the classroom and the community to be eligible for this, something Travis has done throughout his career.
Travis graduated from Stanford this past summer with a degree in science, technology and society before transferring to Kentucky as a graduate student this summer. He is enrolled in UK’s master’s program in health promotion with an emphasis in sport leadership.
While at Stanford, he served the Ronald McDonald house once a month. At Kentucky, Travis nows helps serve the community through UK’s God’s Pantry initiative as a part of his “Good Deeds” project.
As for his play on the court, Travis is averaging 13.6 points and 6.1 rebounds per game for Kentucky.