"Last week, we were just getting ready for the playoffs," said the 5-foot-10 forward. "For me, I've been trying to get back to being an all-around player. I've always been a defensive player, getting rebounds, but lately I've been trying to step up my all-around game."
She showed her versatility Friday in the team's 86-42 thrashing of Southwestern by finishing with 12 points, eight rebounds, six assists and three steals.
While the numbers she has posted are impressive, averaging almost a double-double for the season with a little more than 10 points per game and seven rebounds per game, what's more impressive is the way she accumulates those stats, especially her points.
Sometimes Travis, the only freshman starter, is the third, fourth or even fifth scoring option on the floor, so she has to work twice as hard for every point she gets.
But being in the offensive background isn't new to Travis. In high school she was also a second and third option for the Wildcats.
"I don't always have to be No. 1 out there. To me, I don't really like the spotlight, I just love playing," said Travis. "I don't mind being in the background. I just show up and help the team out as much as I can."
Travis will need to show up and help her team as much as possible this week as it kicks off postseason play.
"At the beginning of the year, with the players we had returning and the freshmen that came in, I thought we'd have a really good chance of having a successful season, and we have," said Travis. "But still, right now we're focusing on going to state. And I think this team has the determination to make it."