5 - Erica Davis
Erica Davis
Born: 11/27/1985
Height: 6-3
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Columbus, NJ
High School: Northern Burlington
Position: C

2006-07: Unanimously named First Team All-Ivy after leading the conference in rebounding (9.0 rpg), field goal percentage (.532) and blocks (2.25 bpg), and finishing third in scoring (15.6 ppg)...Played in all 28 games, making 24 starts...Tallied double-digit points in 21 games, including seven 20-point efforts...Scored 437 points and pulled down 252 rebounds, the sixth-best single season totals in school history...Broke own school record for blocks in a season with 63, which was more than all Yale opponents combined (61)...Finished her career first in blocks (182), fifth in rebounding (670), and seventh in scoring (1,262)...Named Ivy Player of the Week on Jan. 2 after scoring her 1,000th career point in the team's win over Quinnipiac...Grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds at Princeton on Feb. 2...Finished just shy of the first triple-double in school history against Cornell on Feb. 10, tallying 25 points, 13 rebounds and a school-record nine blocks...Had one four-game stretch (Feb. 2-10) where she averaged 22.8 points, 12.8 rebounds and 3.3 blocks...Posted eight double-doubles. 2005-06: Finished second on the team in scoring (9.1 ppg) and third in rebounding (5.2 rpg) while leading the team in field goal percentage (.469) despite playing in only 20 games...Hit the game-winning shot Feb. 4 against Penn, a jumper with six seconds left, part of a 15-point performance...Scored a season-high 17 points against Columbia on Feb. 25...Recorded two double-doubles, including a 15-point, 11-rebound, four block performance at Columbia on Feb. 10...Tied a career-high with four steals in a win over Cornell on Feb. 24. 2004-05: Set Yale records for blocked shots in a season (55) and a career (95)...Led the league and ranked 40th in Division I with 2.04 blocks per game...Named to the All-Ivy second team after ranking 10th in the league in scoring (12.3 ppg), sixth in rebounding (6.8 rpg), seventh in field goal percentage (.442) and 11th in free throw percentage (.724)...Named to the Wonder/Hostess Buckeye Classic All-Tournament Team after posting 14 points and five rebounds against No. 10 Ohio State...Tallied three double-doubles, including 23-point, 12-rebound performance in Yale's win over Penn at the Palestra...Notched a season-high 24 points in a win over Cornell and scored 21 against Syracuse...Tied the school record with five swats in a game twice, at New Hampshire and against Delaware State...Broke the previous career record of 77 blocks in the Feb. 4 game against Columbia and eclipsed her own season mark of 40 the next night against Cornell...Grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds at George Washington...Recorded four blocks in a game three times and had four steals in win against Lafayette. 2003-04: Played in all 27 games, starting 15...Second in the Ivy League with field goal percentage of .531...Named honorable mention All-Ivy and to the Ivy All-Rookie Team...Set the all-time Yale record for points in a game with 36 at Lafayette on Jan. 7, breaking teammate Lindsay Page's mark of 35 set in 2001...Led the Bulldogs in scoring (11.6), rebounding (4.9) and field goal percentage and established a new Yale single-season blocks record (40), surpassing Meg Simpson's 2001-02 total of 29...Won Ivy League Rookie of the Week twice (Jan. 12 and March 8)...Averaged 10 points and seven rebounds in the Seattle Times Classic and was named to the all-tournament team...Had three blocks in a game on six occasions...Grabbed a season-best 11 rebounds and scored 28 points in a win over Cornell on March 5...Over the final five games of the season, shot 59 percent, averaged 17.4 points and six rebounds and went 15-for-18 (.833) from the free throw line. At Northern Burlington: A three-year varsity starter, three-year team MVP and all-league player...During the 2002-2003 season, averaged 18 points and 12 rebounds to earn an all-state selection...Was named 2003 Group II state championship game MVP...Member of the school's track and field team, placing second in the state in the discus in 2003. Personal: Daughter of Dr. Lorraine Harris-Davis...Majoring in American Studies...Appeared in three productions as a member of the Drama Club at Northern Burlington...Participated in Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in New York City...Spent the last two summers working for film production companies Carthagian Arts and Flymar as part of the Yale in Hollywood program...Worked in public relations for the BET Awards, as well as the Creative Arts Emmys and Primetime Emmy Awards...Born Nov. 27, 1985.

                                 Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2003-04   27-15   486/18.0  130-245  .531    0-0    .000   53-76   .697  53-79   132  4.9  93-8    8  51  40  12  313/11.6
2004-05   27-23   661/24.5  123-278  .442    1-1   1.000   84-116  .724  62-121  183  6.8  86-4   13  59  55  36  331/12.3
2005-06   20-0    313/15.7   67-143  .469    0-0    .000   47-74   .635  38-65   103  5.2  63-4    3  35  24  16  181/9.1
2006-07   28-24   659/23.5  168-316  .532    0-1    .000  101-147  .687  99-153  252  9.0  99-6   17  58  63  33  437/15.6
TOTAL    102-62  2119/20.8  488-982  .497    1-2    .500  285-413  .690 252-418  670  6.6 341-22  41 203 182  97 1262/12.4

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