22 LaShaun Davis
2006 Season Highlights:
Collected the fi rst All-ACC honors of her career with a
Second in the ACC with six triples, ninth with her career-best .342 batting average.
League leader with four triples during ACC games, second during conference games with a .439 batting average.
Top 10 during ACC contests in five categories.
Earned a spot on the Early Bird All-Tournament Team.
Reset season high numbers for average, runs and triples.
Made all 59 of her starts in right field.
Ranked in the top fi ve on the team in seven offensive categories, including second in on-base percentage (.399).
2006 Game Highlights:
Set a career-high with four hits against Connecticut (3/7).
One of three players to collect four hits in a game.
Established a personal-best with three runs scored against Nicholls State (2/11). Tied the feat against Georgia Tech (4/2).
Went 3-for-3, including a triple, with two runs scored versus Maryland (5/7).
Collected a pair of hits against No. 9 Michigan (3/18) at the Judi Garman Classic.
Opened the ACC Tournament with a three-game hitting
streak, including the NC State game (5/12) in which she
drove in two runs and scored one.
Fourth on the team with 14 multi-hit games. Fifth with three multi-RBI contests.
Drove in the winning run against Virginia Tech (4/22),
while scoring the winning run twice, including versus Troy (4/18) in the bottom of the seventh.
2006 NCAA Tournament Highlights:
Started all six games in NCAA Regional and Super Regional in right field.
Ranked second on the team with a .333 (5-of-15) average.
Went 2-for-2, including a double, with a run scored in game two against Arizona State (5/27) in the Super Regional.
Had two hits in the win over Georgia on May 20, including a double.
2005 Season Highlights:
Named ACC Player of the Week on March 7 after hitting .417 with four RBIs and four runs scored.
Raised her average by nearly 40 points during her second year while playing in 62 games with 61 starts, all in right field.
Tied for the lead among outfielders with four assists.
Third on the team with nine multi-hit games.
2005 NCAA Tournament Highlights:
Started all four games in right field at the Auburn Regional.
Laced a double and scored a run during the opener against Auburn (3/20).
Threw out the potential tying run at the plate in the second inning of the Seminoles' 2-0 win over Auburn.
2005 Game Highlights:
Picked up three walks in the season opener at Florida A&M (2/9).
Established a career-high with a pair of stolen bases in game one against Nicholls State (2/11).
Posted her first multi-hit game of the season in the nightcap versus Georgia Southern (2/15) with a pair of singles.
Smacked a career-best three hits in the opener against Maine (3/2), including a double, while crossing the plate twice.
Cleared the bases with her first career home run in game two against North Carolina (3/4).
Second game of a doubleheader with Jacksonville (3/30) saw her drive in three runs for the first time in a game.
Drove in a trio of runs in the opener of doubleheaders against Florida (5/3) and BYU (5/6).
Went to the plate a personal-best six times against Virginia Tech (5/12) at the ACC Tournament.
2004 Season Highlights:
Started 57 of 74 games in right field and designated player.
Had the fourth highest average on the team after going 2-for-3 against No. 12 Auburn.
2004 WCWS Highlights:
Started in right field and made five at-bats.
Reached base on a walk in a 2-0 victory over Washington.
2004 NCAA Regional Highlights:
Florida State's starting right fielder that had four hits and scored one run.
Scored the game-winning run in the championship game against Oregon.
Had two hits in four at bats in Florida State's 12-inning victory over Oregon in game three.
2004 ACC Tournament Highlights:
The only Seminole to score one run in all three games during the ACC Tournament.
Drove in a run and scored another in the championship game against Georgia Tech after the first career triple.
Among the team leaders with a .625 on base percentage (five-of-eight) during the three games of the tournament.
2004 Game Highlights:
Made her first collegiate start against Illinois State (2/7) at the Seminole Classic and had a hit and two runs scored.
Against Florida A&M (2/22) she had her first multi-base hit with a double and her first RBI.
Recorded two hits, two RBIs, a double and a run scored in the first game against Troy (3/16).
Had a break-out game versus No. 14 Auburn (5/3) where she went 2-for-3 with a run scored.
Three-time First-Team All-State selection and ASA Second-Team All-American in 2002.
A three time MVP, she set Walton season and career records for walks and runs while holding the career record for batting average and hits.
Played in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) North-South All-Star game following her senior year where she hit .461, with three home runs.
As a junior she hit .442, had an on-base percentage of .525, recorded 50 hits and smacked six home runs.
Three-time member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-Cobb First Team and a three-time Marietta Daily Journal All-County First-Team selection.
Named Player of the Year by both publications following her junior season.
Was the only freshman starter on the varsity team as she garnered AJC All-Cobb Honorable Mention and Daily Journal All County Second Team selections.
In August of 2003 Davis was one of 20 at-large players invited to tryout for USA Softball's Junior Women's National Team.
A two-time offensive MVP with the East Cobb Bullets.
Born on September 28, 1984
Majoring in creative writing
Daughter of Antoinette Davis