||Florida State University
||Texas Tech HS/Austin Tennis Academy
||Saturday, April 01, 1989
Junior Year: Fall - Did not play.
Sophomore Year: Spring - Had a 15-13 mark this spring for an 18-16 overall record in singles...posted a ranked win against No. 88 Juan Spir of Georgia Tech...clinched four wins for the team against Troy, Rice, USF and UNC-Wilmington...was 6-5 in ACC play...partnered up with Jordan Kelly-Houston in doubles...duo went 14-12 in the spring and were ranked as high as No. 47 in the nation...posted ranked wins against the No. 24, No. 26 and No. 43 teams in the nation. Fall - Posted a 3-3 record in singles...won first two matches of the fall at the State of Florida Championships...after posting a 6-3 doubles record made a 23% improvement compared to a 4-5 record last season...reached the finals of the Seminole Intercollegiate doubles draw...reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Southeast Regionals.
Freshman Year: Spring - Started the season with a 5-1 singles record...earned his first ranked win of his college career against No. 100 Ben Chen of Texas 6-0, 6-0...clinched three matches for Florida State against Troy, NC State and Boston College...posted a winning record on courts four and five...in doubles he posted a 11-8 record with Clint Bowles and Jordan Kelly-Houston... in the first doubles match Kelly-Houston and Davis played together, the duo came out strong to defeat the No. 51 duo of Gomez and Nguyen of USC 8-5...the duo also defeated the No. 71 doubles team of Collins and Lane of Maryland...he and Kelly-Houston went 5-2 in ACC play and 6-2 on court three. Fall - Went 3-1 at the Thomasville Collegiate Invitational...went 2-2 at the Miami Tournament...teamed up with Anderson Reed to go undefeated at the Cliff's Invitational.
High School: Top 10 in the nation in 12's and 14's...top 20 in the 16's and 18's...top 10 recruit for 2010 graduation class...won four national titles...represented the United States in the World Cup...finished 15th in the nation last year after being injured for two years.
Personal: Son of Doug Davis who played tennis for Texas Tech...brothers played at Texas A&M and Illinois...majoring in Finance/Economics.