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2009-2010 Women's Basketball Roster

Shytoria Davis

Class: SR-1L
Position: F
Height: 6-3
Previous School: Charleston HS [State Fair CC]
Hometown: Charleston, Mo.

2008-09 (JUNIOR)
Saw action in 20 games, including 12 against Sun Belt competition ... Averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds ... Raised her averages to 2.2 and 1.8, respectively, in league games ... Finished second on the team with a 51.6 field goal percentage ... One of three players (Brandi Brown, Alysha Clark) to post double-digit blocked shots ... Ended the campaign with 10 blocks, including three contests with two: at South Alabama (Jan. 4), against South Alabama (Feb. 18) and at Florida Atlantic (Feb. 21) ... Scored a career-high six points in two tilts out of a three-game stretch, at New Orleans (Jan. 24) and against Louisiana-Monroe (Jan. 31) ... Converted all three of her field goal attempts versus the Privateers ... Netted four points at Tennessee Tech (Dec. 28), against Louisiana-Lafayette (Jan. 28) and against North Texas (Feb. 15) ... Grabbed a career-best four rebounds against Troy (Dec. 20) and at Florida Atlantic ... Handed out one assist against Arizona (Nov. 28) and against South Alabama.

2007-08 (SOPHOMORE)
Completed her career at State Fair Community College (Sedalia, Mo.). ... Helped the Lady Roadrunners to a 25-5 record.

2006-07 (FRESHMAN)
Played at State Fair Community College (Sedalia, Mo.).

Lettered four years for coach Kelly Pettigo ... Earned all-state second team honors from the Standard Democrat as a senior ... Selected to the first team all-star squad one year and its second team two seasons ... Named all-area and All-Region 16 first team as a junior and senior ... Finished as the top shot blocker in southeast Missouri as a junior and senior ... Garnered a place on the Honor Roll for three years ... Picked as a Student of the Week and Student of the Month.

Born Shytoria Kay Davis on April 7, 1987, in Sikeston, Mo. ... Daughter of Douella Straythorn ... Has three siblings, Dewayne Davis (20), Jamal Gray (18) and Jamaul Gray (16).

2008-2009 Game-by-Game Stats
2009-2010 Game-by-Game Stats