Every Tuesday, UK Athletics recognizes outstanding performances for our student-athletes. These are the honorees for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 20:
Volleyball: Ashley Frazier
Junior Ashley Frazier posted consecutive matches with 10 or more kills to pace the Wildcats to an undefeated season at home in SEC action in 2011. Frazier has now charted 10 or more kills in 14 of the team's last 16 matches. She had an all-around performance and her efficiency was a game-changed. Frazier averaged 3.12 kills per frame and had a .309 hitting percentage including a .500 match against LSU. She also averaged 1.12 digs per set and contributed 0.62 blocks per set including a career-high three solo rejections in the comeback win over Arkansas.
Women's basketball: Bria Goss
Goss, a 5-foot-10 guard, averaged 11.0 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game last week. She scored in double-figures in all three of UK's wins and has improved her scoring output in each of UK's four games this season, culminating with a career-high 12 points against Southern Mississippi. She also grabbed a career-high and team-high eight rebounds vs. the Lady Eagles. A tenacious defender, Goss tied her career high with three steals against Northeastern and dished out a team-high tying four assists in the last two games.
Men's basketball: Doron Lamb
Poured in 17 points in Kentucky's win over No. 12 Kansas in Madison Square Garden in the State Farm Champions Classic ... Scored nine straight points on three 3-pointers against Kansas in a key run to put the game out of reach against the Jayhawks ... Finished with a season-high 26 points against Penn State in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament in helping lead UK to the tournament championship ... Tied his career high with seven free throws made against Penn State ... Averaged 17.0 points in the tournament ... Hit 50% of his 3-pointers in three games on the week
Football: Danny Trevathan
- Forced two fumbles in the game and led UK with a career-high tying 17 tackles, recording three tackles for a loss and one sack.
- He now has double-digit tackles in 17 of the last 20 games and now owns 21 career games with at least 10 tackles.
- With 366 tackles in his career, Trevathan moves into 10th place in UK career history, passing Richard Jaffe (76-69) and Brian Williams (82-85), who each had 350 career tackles.