A talented point guard who is also a proficient scorer from anywhere on the court, Davidson will be a key element of the Colonials offense this season.
As a Junior in 2001-2002
Battling injury in the first half of the year, Davidson worked through her season struggles to come on strong in the second half, scoring in double-figures seven of the last 11 games... earned the Atlantic 1o Sixth-Player of the Year award for her solid play off the bench and as a starter...started in 17 of 29 games...ranked first on the team in assists (3.8) and steals (2.0) per game...ranked fifth in steals per game and ninth in assists per contest in the conference.
As a Sophomore in 2000-2001:
Set Atlantic 10 record for field goal percentage by a sophomore against Xavier (1-6-01), shooting 11-12 (.917) including 4-4 from behind the arc for a career-high 26 points... Scored 15 on 5-8 shooting, all beyond the arc against URI (2-25-01)...Recorded a career-high 6 steals at Fordham (1-18-01)... Awarded Player of the Week on January 7, 2001... Continued her hot shooting against conference foe St. Joseph's going 6-8 from the field including 4-5 from 3-pt. land... Shot 73.3% from the field in first three A-10 games... Started 31 of 32 y games this year at guard, giving up her starting spot on Senior Night... Scored 15 points on 6-7 shooting, 3-4 from beyond the arc, against Rutgers. and was selected to the Coca Cola All-Tournament Team at Rutgers (11-26-00).
As a Freshman in 1999-2000:
A highly-touted player in high school, Davidson possessed composure, court-awareness and leadership not often seen in a freshman... the point guard of the future for GW... scored four points in 18 minutes at Vanderbilt... dished out three assists while committing no turnovers against Vandy... with very solid play at the point, helped key a first-half comeback to narrow the Vandy lead... scored eight points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished six assists while committing no turnovers in 21 minutes against Albany... scored a career-high 10 points, nine rebounds and six assists in the rout of Md.-E. Shore... scored five points and dished seven assists against Fordham... dished four assists while committing no turnovers at Massachusetts... fourth on the team with 54 assists... fifth in the A-10 in assists/turnover ratio (1.59:1).
A 1999 third team Parade All-American... an honorable mention All-American at the 1999 WBCA/Nike All-Star game... named a 1998-99 Super 25 Player by USA Today... no. 5 on Athlon Sports 1998-99 list of the Top 50 high school seniors in the United States... averaged 14.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and 6.2 assists as a senior... shot 38.5% from three-point range her senior season... a 1998 Nike All-American... 1998 USA Today Honorable Mention All-American... 1998 Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American... 1998 Student Sports magazine All-American and All-State... in 1998 was rated the No. 1 junior guard in the nation by the Women's Basketball News Service... the 1998 CIF Southern Section Division II co-Player of the Year... CIF Southern Section championship game MVP... 1998 Los Angeles Times All-Orange County team... 1997-98 Orange League co-MVP... 1996-97 honorable mention all-Orange League... plays AAU ball with the California Academy team coached by Shannon Jakosky... an All-Orange League Academic selection... was a teammate with fellow GW recruit Cathy Joens on the California Academy team.
Daughter of Patricia and Keith Davidson. Has one brother, Ryan (22). Secretary for the Student Athlete Advisory Council. Hobbies include interior decorating, shopping, watching NCAA football and cooking. Plans to attend design school after college.
Davidson's Career Highs
Points: 26 vs. #22 Xavier 1-6-01
Minutes: 38 vs. Xavier 3-2-02 (2)
FG Made: 11 vs. #22 Xavier 1-6-01
FG Attempted: 13 vs. Mount st. Mary's 12-17-00
3-pt Made: 5 vs. Mount St. Mary's 12-17-00
3-pt Attempted: 9 at Massachusetts 1-20-01 (2)
FT Made: 7 vs. Duquesne 1-24-01
FT Attempted: 8 vs. Temple 3-4-01 (2)
Rebounds: 9 vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 12-28-99
Assists: 12 vs. Mount St. Mary's 12-17-00
Blocks: 2 vs. Temple 3-4-00
Steals: 6 at La Salle 2-3-02
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