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Dee Davis was born in Indianapolis, IN where it was clear from an early age she was a natural talent on the basketball court. Dee moved to Cincinnati, Ohio when she was in middle school, and became a McDonald's All-American player - the first ever female at the time. She went on to play for Vanderbilt University where she had an extremely successful career. After graduating from college, Dee was drafted to the W.N.B.A. Houston Comets. After leaving Houston, Dee would go on to play in training camps in Seattle and San Antonio, in addition to playing internationally in Sarajevo Bosnia. 



After retiring from basketball, Dee didn't fully hang up her sneakers. Instead, she began her career as a Varsity Basketball Coach, where she has successfully developed players who have gone on to have thriving collegiate basketball careers. 


When not on the court Dee Davis can be found attending speaking engagements and organizing community events to benefit the cities youth.




Personal Records and Achievements 

  • 1st team All-SEC 

  • Kodak All-American Honorable Mention 

  • Career Assist Leader 

  • 1,000 point club 

  • 2 Sweet Sixteen Appearances 

  • 2 Second Round of NCAA Tournament Appearances

  • 2 SEC Championships 

  • Drafted at 14th pick overall in W.N.B.A.'s 2007 Draft to the Houston Comets

  • Author of "A Player's Guide to College Hoops"


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