Women's Basketball

Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis


Houston, Texas

High School:
Cypress Falls




Junior (2004-05): Team co-captain...has played in all 30 games, including 28 starts...averages nearly 30 minutes per game - the third-most on the team...averaged 9.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 0.8 blocks poer game...team leader in blocked shots with 38...second on SMU's all-time career list for blocks with 123 - needs 17 blocks to become SMU's all-time shot blocker...has tallied at least one block in all but 11 games this season...tied her career-high mark of four blocks vs. Boise State...recorded career-high marks this season in field goals (10), field goal attempts (24), three-point field goals (4) and attempts (10), and points (24)...totals 550 career rebounds and 753 career points...eighth in the WAC in rebounds and fifth in offensive rebounds...10th in blocked shots...totals 316 career three-point field goal attempts - fifth on SMU's all-time career list...her 97 career three-point field goals rank tied for fifth on SMU's all-time career list.

Sophomore (2003-04): One of two players to start all 28 games...SMU's second-leading scorer and team's top rebounder...led the squad in blocked shots (45), which was the second-best in the WAC...her 45 blocks were also the second-best ever recorded at SMU in a single season...scored in double figures in 10 games and topped the team in rebounding in 12 games...posted a career-high 18 rebounds (fourth-best in SMU history ) at UTEP...finished seventh in the WAC in rebound average and fifth in defensive rebounds...currently fourth on SMU's all-time career list for blocked shots with 85...named team MVP at season's end.

Freshman (2002-03): Saw action in 27 games, including 12 starts...selected to the WAC's All-Newcomer team...led SMU in blocked shots and was third in rebound average...set a freshman record for blocked shots in a single season (40)...second in freshmen season record with 28 three-point field goals and 86 three-point field goal attempts...led SMU in rebounding in nine games and posted five double-doubles...scored a career-high 24 points vs. Nevada (2/13/03) and a career-high 13 rebounds vs. Wake Forest (11/23/02)...named to the SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic All-Tournament team...a broken right ankle curtailed Davis' play near the end of the season...recipient of the team Rebound award.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Cypress Falls High School...also served as team captain her junior and senior seasons...three-time first team All-District selection...2002 District 16-5A Defensive Player of the Year...selected to TABC first team All-Region squad...named to the Houston Chronicle's All-Greater Houston second team...three-time recipient of All-Tournament team honors from the Klein, Aldine and Alvin tournaments...named team MVP the last three seasons...averaged 20 points, 13 rebounds, 5.5 blocks, three assists, and 2.5 steals per game...holds the school's career records in point scored (1,577), blocks (508), points in a single season (578), three-point field goal percentage (43%), blocks in a season (182), blocks in a game (11), and free throw percentage (86%)...high school posted a record of 90-38 during her four years at Cypress Falls...also lettered in golf...member of school's Honor Roll.

Personal: Majoring in sociology...listens to country, rhythm and blues, and alternative music...hobbies include shopping, talking on the phone, and playing basketball...favorite movie is "Sister Act 2" ...would most like to visit Australia and New York...favorite color is blue...favorite food is tacos al carbon from Tio Chu Cho's restaurant...her most prized possession is her photo album...has one younger brother...parents are Theresa Davis and the late Mark Davis.

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