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  Jasmine Davis

Jasmine Davis

Player Profile


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Hughes Center



2009-10: Played in 13 games, making 11 starts...season was cut short due to a knee injury...averaged 10.0 points per game and shot .877 percent from the free throw line to lead the team...recorded eight double-digit scoring games...led the team in scoring, in five games...averaged 11.2 ppg in non-conference home games, averaged 13.1 ppg...scored a season-high 18 points vs. Green Bay 11/29)...scored a game-high 13 points in collegiate debut vs. UMSL (11/13)...recorded a team-high 17 points in win vs. Southern Miss (11/16)...averaged 5.0 free throw attempts per game, making 4.4 of those attempts...made nine free throws vs. Green Bay (11/29) and vs. Southern Miss (11/16)...attempted a season-high 12 free throws vs. Southern Miss (11/16)...went a perfect 7-7 from the free-throw line at Central Arkansas (12/19)...averaged 1.9 assists per game...led the team in assists in three games... season-high four assists at Missouri State (11/21) and at Tennessee State (12/5)...averaged 2.6 rebounds per game...recorded seasonhighs of five rebounds vs. Bethel (12/9) leader in steals in three games...season-high two steals vs. Jacksonville State (1/4)... played a season-high 35 minutes vs. Jacksonville State (1/4) of two freshman to start season-opener vs. UMSL (11/13)...Southeast Scholar Athlete.

Prep: Played at Hughes Center High School in Cincinnati, Ohio... coached by Anita Burke...was rated the 35th best prep player in Ohio by after being named honorable mention All- Ohio...named CMAC Player of the Year after averaging a league high 19.0 ppg...also averaged 6.3 rpg, 3.4 apg and 2.4 spg...Associated Press All-Southwest District Second Team selection...First Team selection to the Cincinnati Enquirer All-City Team...fourtime All-League selection...three-time team captain and two-time team MVP...the Big Red's all-time leading scorer with 1,169 points in her career...during her senior season, she recorded 19 games in double digits including 10 games in which she scored 20 or more best game of 30 points...named CMAC Player of the Year in volleyball her junior and senior seasons...member of the honor roll...named All-Academic League her senior season.

Personal: Born 1-2-92...daughter of Jerome and Michelle Davis... her father played defensi


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