University of Colorado forward Jorian Baucom was a key part in keeping the Buffaloes' 14-game unbeaten streak alive last week. She totaled three goals in Colorado's wins over then No. 7 Washington State and Washington, helping her to two Player of the Week honors.

The senior from Scottsdale, Ariz., was named Top Drawer Soccer's National Player of the Week along with earning the Pac-12 Conference's Offensive Player of the Week. It is the first time she has won either award. Overall, it is the 20th weekly conference honor for Colorado.

Baucom scored two goals on four shots on goal in the Buffs' 2-0 weekend. She recorded Colorado's second goal of the game against Washington State on Thursday. The goal proved to be the game-winner as the Buffs handed WSU its first loss of the season, 3-1. Baucom scored both of CU's goals on Sunday, propelling Colorado to a 2-1 win over Washington in double-overtime.

Baucom's three goals improved her season total to 11, tying Tatum Barton for ninth in the NCAA. She is the second-fastest Buff to get to 11 goals, doing so in 14 games. Baucom is seventh in the nation with a team-high 27 points this season, placing herself third on the all-time single-season point list. She has scored six goals in Pac-12 play, including two multi-goal games against Oregon State and Washington. She is now ranked fourth on Colorado's all-time Pac-12 goal scoring list in just her first season of action with the Buffs.