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1 Shannon Davis
Shannon  Davis


Austin, Texas

High School:



Austin Juniors Volleyball Club

Worth Noting--Returns as a starter at middle ... coming off an excellent freshman season ... earned 2005 ACC All-Freshmen honors ... very quick and athletic player.

2005- Named to the six-member ACC All-Freshmen Team ... started 27 of the 29 matches she appeared in and played in 112 games ... was second on the team in blocks with 91 (0.81 per game) and fourth in kills with 301 (2.69 per game) ... recorded an impressive .292 hitting percentage and a .307 mark in 20 ACC matches ... reached double figures in kills 14 times, including a career-high 22 against Florida State (11/11) ... hit .442 in that match against FSU and also posted a career-high 24.5 points ... tallied a career-best eight blocks in collegiate debut vs. Lehigh (9/2) ... hit a career-best .615 with eight kills on 13 attempts with no errors against NC State (10/29) ... had 20 kills while hitting .424 vs. Clemson (11/25).

High School--Four-year letterwinner and served as the volleyball team captain in 2004 ... led the Austin Juniors to the Junior Olympic National Club Championship in 2005 ... earned Most Valuable Player accolades from the Junior Olympic National Club ... listed 70th on's 100 Senior Aces class of 2005 ... named Texas Girls Coach Association All-Star in 2004-2005 ... named a Texas Girls Coach Association 4A and 5A Athlete of the Year in 2004-2005 ... selected as Westlake Picauyne Athlete of the Year in 2004 ... received an Austin Juniors Volleyball Club Director's Award in 2004 ... named District 16-5A Outstanding Hitter in 2004 ... earned All-Central Texas Player of the Year honors in 2004 ... named to the All-Central Texas first-team in 2003 ... 5A State champions in 2002 and 2004 ... named to the State All-Tournament Team in 2002 and 2004 ... selected to the District 16-5A first-team three straight years (2002, 2003, 2004) ... in 2003 was named to the Duncanville, Fraulein Fest and Pearland All-Tournament teams ... MVP of the Pearland Tournament in 2004 ... as on the Westlake Honor Roll in 2002, 2003 and 2004 ... in those same years, named to the District 16A All-Academic Team ... received 2004 All-State Academic honors ... received an Outstanding English Award in 2004 ... was one of five 2004 finalists for Miss Westlake High ... participated in Westlake High's Teen Teaching field trips ... was one of six 2003-2004 "Honcho" Teen Teaching Leaders ... also volunteered at the Helping Hand Home for Children.

Personal--Daughter of Pippy and Mike Davis ... born 8/30/86 in Dallas, Texas ... older sister, Paige, graduated from UVa in 2004 and was one of UVa's first volleyball players to receive All-America honors ... father played basketball at Texas Tech ... interested in computers ... member of Pi Beta Phi sorority ... is a member of UVa's Student Athlete Advisory Committee in 2006-07 ... an athletic training major.

Why Shannon chose UVa--"I chose the University of Virginia because of its great mix of academics and athletics."

Davis's Career Statistics

Year MP/GP ATT K E Pct. K/Gm Ast. SA Digs BS BA TB
2005 29/112 682 301 102 .292 2.69 18 1 33 14 77 91


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