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#3 Lawona Davis
Position: Guard
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Port St. Lucie, Fla
High School: Centennial

 2004-05 (JUNIOR): Second Team All-CAA and CAA All-Defensive Team honoree...Named to the CAA All-Tournament Team...Appeared in and started all 31 games as a junior...Averaged a team second best 11.2 points per game...Had 19 double digit games...Ranked 18th in the CAA in points per game...Scored a career-high 25 points in both meetings against Towson (1-23-05 & 2-6-05)...Ranked eighth in the league in shooting percentage at a .442 clip going 140-for-317...Was among the nation's top free throw shooters all season and ended leading the team shooting .817 from the charity stripe...Went 10-for-10 in the Lady Monarchs' upset victory over #16/19 Rutgers (12-5-04)...Also went perfect from the free throw line with a 5-for-5 performance against Delaware (1-9-05) and Towson (2-6-05) and a 4-for-4 mark against Harvard (12-22-04) and George Mason (1-27-05)...Finished the season third in the CAA in the category...Averaged 5.0 rebounds per contest including a career-high 10 against Towson (2-6-05) and William & Mary (2-20-05)...Recorded her first career double-double with 25 points and 10 boards against the Tigers (2-6-05)...Collected her second double-double with 17 points and 10 boards against the Tribe (2-20-05)...Took the court for a season-high 31 minutes against Delaware (1-9-05) and Towson (2-6-05)...

2003-04 (SOPHOMORE): Jumped into the starting line-up after serving as a reserve in her first season making 30 starts in 31 appearances...Averaged 7.8 points and 4.2 rebounds per game...One of five Lady Monarchs during the season to net 20 or more points in a game...Poured in a then career-high 23 points going 10-for-12 from the floor against rival James Madison (2-26-04), Old Dominion's 20th win of the season...Had seven double digit scoring performances... Connected on three-pointers in the season-opener at the WBCA Classic at #20 Colorado (11-14-03), the CAA opener at William & Mary (11/21), and against CAA runner-up George Mason (1-25-04)...Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds twice, both against VCU (1-22-04 & 2-22-04)...Dished out a career-high five assists in an upset victory over #12/13 North Carolina (12-7-03), Delaware (1-11-04), and Drexel (2-1-04)...Averaged 1.7 steals per game including a career-high five against Delaware (2-20-04)...Played a career-high 36 minutes against annual rival Rutgers (12-28-03)...

2002-03 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 30 games in her first season with the Lady Monarchs...Provided added defensive effort from off the bench...Had one of her most impressive outings at Hofstra (2-16-03) netting 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the floor and 2-of-2 shooting from the free throw line...Collected a season-high five rebounds at North Carolina (12-8-02)...Went perfect from 2-of-2 from the free throw line against local rival, Hampton, at the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas (11-30-02), Hofstra (2-16-03), and George Mason (2-23-03)...

HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked 42nd by Blue Star Report and 32nd by All Star Girls Report...Was a four-time MVP, All-Area Player of the Year, and Treasure Lake Conference Player of the Year...Named First Team All-State twice...Scored over 2,500 points and collected over 1,500 rebounds during her scholastic career...Holds Centennial's scoring and rebounding records...Led the area in scoring all four years...High school jersey retired...Jersey also appeared at the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee...A McDonalds's and WBCA All-America finalist...Two-time Florida State Track Champion in the 400 meters and placed third her senior year...

PERSONAL: Born Lawona Davis on June 3, 1983...Daughter of Eddie Roberts...Has three sister Katesha (31), Sheila (26), and Cyteria (24)...Major is recreational and tourism studies.

Trophy Case:
* Second Team All-CAA
* CAA All-Defensive Team
* CAA All-Tournament Team

2004-05 Season Highs:
Points: 25 vs. two teams
FG: 10 vs. two teams
FGA: 19 vs. Hofstra (3/10/05)
3PT-FG: 1 vs. UNC-Wilmington (1/30/05)
3PT-FGA: 1 vs. four teams
FT: 10 vs. Rutgers (12/5/04)
FTA: 10 vs.two teams
Rebounds: 10 vs. two teams Assists: 5 vs. three teams
Steals: 4 at William & Mary (2/20/05)
Minutes: 31 vs. three teams

Career Highs:
Points: 25 vs. two teams
FG: 10 vs. three teams
FGA: 19 vs. Hofstra (3/10/05)
3FG: 2 at William & Mary (11/21/03)
3FGA: 2 vs. two teams
FT: 10 vs. Rutgers (12/5/04)
FTA: 10 vs. two teams
Rebounds: 10 vs. two teams
Assists: 5 vs. five teams
Steals: 5 vs. three teams
Minutes: 36 at Rutgers (12/28/03)

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