As if the pregame ceremony, postgame pictures, and the key victory weren't enough memories for Josh Scott to take with him from Senior Day, now the Colorado Buffaloes' senior can add a little hardware, too.
On Monday, Scott was named the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Week for the second time this season. Highlighting Scott's week was a season-high scoring total of 26 points that led CU to an upset of then-No. 9 Arizona. Scott carried the Buffs down the stretch, going 8-for-12 after halftime and accounting for six of CU's final seven field goals. Scott also finished with nine rebounds and three blocked shots against the Wildcats.
Against Arizona State in the home finale on Sunday, Scott bid farewell to the Coors Events Center by recording 15 points and six rebounds.
In the two games, Scott connected on 16-of-28 shots (.571) while going 9-for-11 at the free throw line.