AS A JUNIOR: Registered a 7-5 overall mark in singles play, with a 3-4 mark in the open season and a 4-1 record during the dual season … started the season by leading the way with both a singles and doubles win for the Irish in the Illinois Invitational … played the majority of the season at the No. 1 and No. 2 positions … completed a center court comeback to post a doubles win with partner Casey Watt over #75 William & Mary[apos]s Keziel Juneau and Ilja Orre to open the 2010 season … posted a second doubles win to help the Irish knock off #26 Fresno State … played both first and second doubles throughout the season … had an overall doubles record of 5-9 with partner Casey Watt … had a key doubles win with patner Niall Fitzgerald over USF[apos]s Wael Kilani and Yannick Yoshizawa, leading the Irish to victory in the BIG EAST semifinals … saw doubles action in the final match of the BIG EAST Championship against Louisville.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Posted an overall mark of 14-7 in singles play on the season, including a mark of 9-2 in the open season and 5-5 record in the dual season … went 4-0 while competing at the Tom Fallon Invitational, including a three-set thriller over Aba Omodele-Lucien of Harvard, 7-5, 1-6, 1-0 (10-6) … saw the majority of his dual singles starts come at the No. 6 singles spot … posted one match- clinching victory over Thomas Estrada of #40 USF, 6-0, 6-4 … concluded the regular season with a three-set victory over Jorge Rodriguez of Ball State, 5-7, 7-5, 1-0 (10- 7) … competed as a member of the No. 1 doubles team, alongside Brett Helgeson, in the dual season … posted three doubles point-clinching victories on the dual season … Helgeson and Davis posted an overall record of 14-10 on the dual season, including an 8-8 mark versus nationally ranked foes … earned first victory of the season over the 52nd-ranked duo of Keziel Juneau and Sebastien Vidal from #64 William & Mary, 8-5 … earned a 9-8 win over the tandem of 23rd-ranked Jean-Yves Aubone and Clint Bowles of #11 Florida State … defeated the 18th-ranked team of Marek Michalicka and Moritz Baumann of #29 Wisconsin, 8-6, marking the highest-ranked opponent Helgeson and Davis were able to defeat … finished the season on a four- match winning streak, including victories over #40 Lucas Jovita and Thomas Estrada of USF, 8-2, and #82 Viktor Maksimcuk and Simon Childs of #23 Louisville, 8-4.
AS A FRESHMAN: Posted a 12-6 mark in singles play … went 3-3 in the dual season and 9-3 in the open season … all six of his dual season matches were played at no. 6 singles … of his three dual wins, two were match clinchers for the Irish, as he posted a 2-0 record with the team match tied at 3-3 … his first clinching win was versus Michigan State[apos]s Clark Richardson (6-1, 7-5) … his second clinching win came over David Chermak of N.C. State (6-4, 6-7, 7-5) … saw significant time on the courts in doubles play … posted an open- season record of 7-4 and a dual mark of 16-9 for an overall 23-13 mark … went 9-2 versus the Midwest Region … posted a 9-4 mark with classmate Stephen Havens in dual play, all of which came at No. 3 doubles … the duo secured the doubles point for the Irish on seven occasions with seven clinching wins … Havens and Davis also posted a 5-3 mark in the open season … his other doubles partner was junior Santiago Montoya … went 9-6 with Montoya, including a 7-5 mark in dual play … had two clinching wins with Montoya, giving Davis nine doubles clinching wins on the year to tie Havens for the team lead … defeated by Havens in the quarterfinals of the 2008 Summer ITA Championships [6-2, 3-6, 1-0 (2)].
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL DATA: Four-year letterwinner at Father Ryan (Tenn.) … also lettered in basketball … helped Father Ryan to the Tennessee state championship in 2004 and 2005 … captured the Dasani Mayor[apos]s Cup Junior Championships in January 2006 … defeated three top-50 players en route to the title, including 21st-ranked Andrew Crone … reached the semifinals of the St. Louis Gateway, USTA National Opens (lost in the finals) and Southern Indoor Closed (lost in finals) … member of National Honor Society … class president of Cum Laude Society … born April 13, 1989, in Nashville, Tenn. … son of Bill and Cindy Davis … has a sister, Elizabeth … father played college tennis at Mississippi … mother played college tennis at South Alabama … enrolled in the College of Science as a pre- professional studies major.