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.
Read more about the award here and Travis’ impact in the community.