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22   LaShaun Davis
LaShaun Davis


Marietta, Ga.

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2006 Season Highlights:
• Collected the fi rst All-ACC honors of her career with a Second-Team selection.
• 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.

High School:
• 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.

USA Softball:
• In August of 2003 Davis was one of 20 at-large players invited to tryout for USA Softball's Junior Women's National Team.

Travel Ball:
• A two-time offensive MVP with the East Cobb Bullets.

• Born on September 28, 1984
• Majoring in creative writing
• Daughter of Antoinette Davis

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