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32 Brittany Davis
  • University of Florida Basketball (2002-06)
  • 6-2
  • Forward
  • Gainesville, Florida
  • Buchholz HS
  • Major: Exercise & Sports Sciences, Fitness & Wellness

Brittany Davis was a physical post player who didn't shy away from contact comfortably scored within the 15-foot range 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District second team honors 2005-06 team co-captain ... 2004, 2005 and 2006 Southeastern Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll member ... named to the 2003 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll became the first player from Gainesville to sign scholarship papers with the Gators since Tammy Jackson did so in 1981 (Jackson later played for the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team and was a member of the WNBA's Houston Comets from the team's inception in 1997 until retiring in 2002) on pace to earn her degree in Exercise & Sports Sciences - Fitness & Wellness in the Fall of 2006.

Career Notes
Ended her career having started 89 consecutive games ... earned 95 career starts, including every game during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... 78.7% (70-89) free throw percentage in 2005-06 ranked No. 10 in a SEASON by a Gator.
Dbl Fig Scoring Games- 21 in 2005-06 & 33 in UF Career
Dbl Fig Rebouding Games- 6 in 2005-06 & in UF Career
Double-doubles- 5 in 2005-06 & in UF Career

Senior Year (2005-06) Started all 30 games, scoring in each ... UF's third-leading scorer (12.0) and tied as the top rebounder (7.1) ... earned second team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors ... in SEC all games stats ranked No. 15 for scoring and No. 8 for rebouning ... reached the 800-point milestone for her career during the SEC Tournament quarterfinal game against Kentucky (March 3) ... scored in double-figures in 21 games, most recently 18 points against Mississippi State (March 2) in the first round of the SEC Tournament ... exploded for a career-high 29 points with nine rebounds in the stunning win at No. 5 Tennessee (Feb. 26) ... during win at No. 5 Tennessee (Feb. 26) collected her 500th career rebound and her 750th career point ... tallied her fifth career double-double, helping UF upset No. 21 Kentucky (Feb. 5) with 12 points and 13 rebounds ... compiled a then-team-best streak of 22 consecutive made free throws, but had the run snapped during the January 19 game at Ole Miss when she missed two straight from the charity stripe. Davis, however, returned to the line with 37 seconds remaining and UF holding a slim five-point lead, and calmly canned both to help the Gators secure the win ... UF's leading game scorer eight times, most recently against at Tennessee (Feb. 26) when she tallied a career-high 29 points ... scored in double-figures in 13 consecutive games midway through the year ... one of two Gators who scored in every game (Dalila Eshe) ... fourth career double-double (16 points & 11 rebounds) helped UF rally against Florida State (Jan. 2) ... led UF with 17 points and 11 rebounds versus Rhode Island (Dec. 29) - her third career double-double ... recorded second career double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds versus Illinois (Dec. 9) also collecting a career-high five steals ... her career-best fifth steal against Illinois came with 15 seconds remaining, as UF held a three-point lead ... career night at Charlotte on Nov. 30 with 23 points and 16 rebounds, with 10 of those boards offensive, collecting her first career double-double ... played on the perimeter during a few sets each game this season ... named SEC Player of the Week (Dec. 5-11), helping UF collect wins over South Alabama and Illinois and averaging 16.0 points and 9.0 rebounds while hitting 73.7 percent of her shots, that included 2-of-3 from the three-point arc. She collected a career-high five steals against Illinois, the last of which came with 15 seconds remaining and UF holding a slim three-point lead ... voted co-captain (with Sarah Lowe) by her teammates ... received Mary Myers Elliott "Unsung Hero Award" team award.

Junior Year (2004-05)
Completed the season having started 59 consecutive games, which was tied for the longest active streak with senior Tishona Gregory one of only two players (with Gregory) who started all 29 games named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... led UF in field goal percentage (54.1%) UF's third-leading rebounder (131), averaging 4.5 boards a game had almost as many offensive boards (61) as defensive (70) fourth on the team with 11 blocks was or tied as UF's leading scorer four times, including her 16-point performance against Alabama in the first round of the SEC Tournament (March 3), when she grabbed a career-high nine rebounds while hitting 7-of-10 shots from the field contributed 11.5 points with 7.3 rebounds while shooting 57.1 percent from the floor over the last four games recorded nine points with six rebounds in 36 minutes of action at LSU (Feb. 27) broke out of a mini scoring slump (totaling just six points in the previous three games) on Feb. 24 versus Georgia, when she tallied 13 points with six rebounds collected a career-high eight rebounds versus USF (Jan. 2) made a strong run during the State Farm Classic, as she totaled 25 points with 12 rebounds helping UF win the title 17 points and seven rebounds in the SFC championship game against Charlotte (Dec. 30) team-high 16 points with six rebounds and three steals in the loss at No. 6 Baylor (Dec. 19) tallied a career-high 20 points against Oregon State (Dec. 12), hitting 8-of-11 from the field recorded eight double figure scoring games.

Sophomore Year (2003-04)
Started all 30 games at the '4' position, averaging 16.2 minutes of action ... member of the 2004 Southeastern Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll ... scored in all but eight games and grabbed at least one rebound in every outing scored her 200th career point in the Feb. 29 game at Auburn collected six rebounds - one shy of her career high - in her NCAA debut, a win at New Mexico (March 20) ... scored seven points with four rebounds in UF's home final (vs. Arkansas, Feb. 26) ... during a four-game stretch from January 8-18 (Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, LSU and Georgia), she went 11-for-14 from the field and 5-for-6 from the line ... best offensive game of the season was at Ole Miss (Jan. 8), where she was 7-of-8 from the field and 2-of-2 on free throws for a career-high 16 points, in addition to recording six rebounds, one assist and one block bumped heads with LaSalle's Crista Ricketts during the Nov. 23 game, with both players having to leave the floor with open head wounds, but returned to the court shortly afterwards; required five stitches above her right eye following the game one double-figure scoring game.

Freshman Year (2002-03)
Played in 27 of 28 games, sidelined at N.C. State (Dec. 7) for precautionary reasons after injuring her knee the previous evening in the game against Houston earned six starting assignments, including the season finale in the SEC Tournament ... third-highest field goal percentage on the team, 41.9% (44-105) ... grabbed at least one rebound in 23 of the 27 games she played ... scored at least two points in 21 of the 27 games she played ... scored six straight points for UF during a 6-2 run against Ole Miss (Feb. 27), that helped cut a five-point deficit to one early in the game which ended with a Gator victory ... played a season-high 31 minutes against Vanderbilt (Feb. 23) ... scored a team-high 10 points with a season-high six rebounds at Tennessee (Feb. 9), the first time and only time she led the team in scoring ... versus LSU (Jan. 23) scored nine points on 4-of-6 shooting in 19 minutes of action and followed that with an eight-point, five rebound performance at George Washington (Jan. 26) ... collected five rebounds versus Georgia (Jan. 12) against a much taller frontcourt, as she saw a season-high 24 minutes of action ... scored a season-high 13 points in the win over Miami (Dec. 3), as she sparked a 10-1 run in the second half with a three-point play hit two clutch free throws with 7:39 remaining against FSU (Nov. 26), that gave UF a 56-55 advantage after the Seminoles had taken their first lead of the game started the season-opener against Lamar (Nov. 22) and responded by scoring 10 points with four rebounds in 13 minutes of work her first collegiate point came from the free throw line, when she hit her first attempt with 18:04 on the first-half clock against Lamar three double-figure scoring games.

High School
Graduated in 2002 from Buchholz High School, where she was coached by Chris Gardner completed her four-year stellar Bobcats career with 1,739 points, 970 rebounds and 155 assists finalist for the 2002 McDonalds All-American team The Gainesville Sun 2001 & 2002 Class 4A-6A Player of the Year 2001 adidas Top Ten Camp 2001 Street & Smith All-America Honorable Mention 2001 & 2002 5A All-State First Team her junior year averaged 22 points, 10 rebounds, two blocks and one steal per game 2001 National Nominee for Wendy's High School Heisman two-time Alachua County Athlete of the Week BHS posted a school-best 27-4 record in 2000-01, earning a No. 1 state ranking during the year team won three district championships during her last three years; and was undefeated versus area teams all four seasons BHS reached the state semifinals in 2000 attended the 2000 and 2001 adidas Exposure Camp, where she played in the adidas Camp All-Star game ... played in the North-South All-State game held at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University during the Spring of 2002 2002 Alachua County All-Star Team competed in the 2000 Junior National Invitational Tournament in Washington, DC 2000 and 2001 Florida All-Starz AAU team member two-time member of the Who's Who in American Sports three-year National Honor Society member 2002 Scholar Athlete of the Year for North Central Florida 2002 Academic Achievement Award at BHS three year member of the Spanish Club, maintaining a 4.3 grade point average four-year ball-girl for the Bobcat's football team graduated in the top 10 of her BHS class.


Davis, Brittany
  Total 3-Point  
Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct  
2002-03 27-6 443/16.4 44-105 .419 1-1 1.000 23-30 .767
2003-04 30-30 486/16.2 39-95 .411 1-4 .250 15-28 .536
2004-05 29-29 727/25.1 85-157 .541 0-1 .000 66-96 .688
2005-06 30-30 920/30.7 139-290 .479 12-32 .375 70-89 .787
TOTAL 116-95 2576/22.2 307-647 .474 14-38 .368 174-243 .716
  Rebounds  
Year Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg
2002-03 32-39 71 2.6 50-0 19 44 8 13 112/4.1
2003-04 55-61 116 3.9 57-0 20 33 3 9 94/3.1
2004-05 61-70 131 4.5 75-2 16 44 11 26 236/8.1
2005-06 91-121 212 7.1 81-3 49 63 15 31 360/12.0
TOTAL 239-291 530 4.6 263-5 104 184 37 79 802/6.9
Individual Career History (Conference-only statistics)
  Total 3-Point  
Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct  
2002-03 14-3 232/16.6 25-52 .481 0-0 .000 8-11 .727
2003-04 14-14 222/15.9 25-47 .532 1-2 .500 9-14 .643
2004-05 14-14 320/22.9 30-60 .500 0-1 .000 28-41 .683
2005-06 14-14 417/29.8 60-135 .444 6-15 .400 30-39 .769
TOTAL 56-45 1191/21.3 140-294 .476 7-18 .389 75-105 .714
  Rebounds  
Year Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg
2002-03 17-25 42 3.0 23-0 8 16 1 8 58/4.1
2003-04 20-31 51 3.6 26-0 10 16 2 4 60/4.3
2004-05 26-26 52 3.7 32-1 9 28 1 14 88/6.3
2005-06 32-51 83 5.9 41-2 18 21 8 8 156/11.1
TOTAL 95-133 228 4.1 122-3 45 81 12 34 362/6.5
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