As a senior (2005-06): Tri-captain and fifth-year senior, who averaged 4.5 points and 1.2 assists on the year, was one of five Baylor players to appear in every 2005-06 outing ... Over the last 17 games, she shot 42.9 percent (21-for-49) from 3-point range ... No. 1 in the Big 12 in 3-point shooting for league games-only at 46.7 percent, her 33.6 percent season mark ranked No. 14 in overall league statistics ... Averaged 5.7 points in Baylor's 2006 NCAA Tournament run ... Totaled three points and two assists in 20 minutes vs. Maryland ... Had a season-high tying 12 points, on 4-of-5 3-point shooting, and three rebounds in 13 minutes vs. New Mexico ... Her four made 3-pointers against the Lobos matched her season-best ... Two points and three rebounds in six minutes vs. Northern Arizona ... Tallied three points in seven minutes off the bench against Oklahoma in Big 12 Tournament title game ... Had a rebound in seven minutes vs. Texas A&M in semifinals ... Did not score vs. Kansas State in quarterfinals, but hauled down two rebounds in 12 minutes ... Had six points and a rebound in 12 minutes at Texas ... Collected a season-high tying four assists in 18 minutes at Kansas State ... On Senior Night vs. Colorado, she made her fourth start of season and totaled 11 points in 19 minutes ... Tallied a season-high 12 points in 17 minutes at Oklahoma State ... Nailed a season-high four 3-pointers (in six attempts) against the Cowgirls ... Netted 11 points to go with a season-high tying four rebounds in 20 minutes against Kansas ... Registered nine points, a season-high four rebounds and three assists in 28 minutes at Iowa State ... Had a career-high tying three steals vs. Texas A&M ... Totaled nine points and a season-high tying four assists in 28 minutes against Oklahoma State ... Played career-best 37 minutes against Sam Houston State in third start of year ... Also drew non-league starts vs. McNeese State and Army ... Made first start of season against McNeese State and responded with 10 points and four assists in 34 minutes, then had eight points and three assists in 28 minutes at Army ... Played 11 or more minutes 26 times on year, 20 or more 10 times ... Scored six or more points 14 times on season (Lady Bears were 14-0 in those games) with five double-digit performances ... Averaged 5.1 points in Baylor wins compared to 2.1 points in its losses ... 32 of her 36 made 3-point goals on season came in Lady Bear victories ... Ranked No. 2 on team in 3-point percentage (.336), 3-point attempts (107) and made treys (36), No. 6 in assists (40) ... Finished career No. 5 on Baylor's all-time 3-point attempts (322) and games played (125) lists, No. 6 in career 3-pointers made (111) and No. 7 in career 3-point percentage (.345) ... The Lady Bears were 25-3 all-time when she made two or more 3-point buckets in a game, including 11-0 in 2005-06 with 16 consecutive wins when she achieved that feat ... Hit at least one 3-pointer in 18 games on year, two or more 11 times (Baylor was 11-0 in those games) with a high of four at Oklahoma State and vs. New Mexico ... In the 11 games she made at least two treys, she shot 52.7 percent (29-for-55) from behind the arc compared to 13.5 percent (7-of-52) shooting when making one or fewer ... Had a career-long seven-game string with at least one made trifecta from Dec. 2 (Washington) through Jan. 11 (Oklahoma State) ... Lady Bears posted a 17-0 record during Davis' career when she recorded a double-digit scoring game; including a 5-0 mark in 2005-06 ... An excellent foul shooter, who missed only six career free throws, she hit 79-of-85 (.929) from the stripe during her career, including 20-of-21 (.952) in her senior season.
As a junior (2004-05): Jordan Davis averaged 2.8 points over four 2005 NCAA Tournament appearances for the Lady Bears ... Had three points and an assist in 11 minutes off the bench during Baylor's opening-round NCAA Tournament win over Illinois State, then netted eight points in five minutes of action against Oregon in round-two victory ... Did not play in Sweet 16 victory over Minnesota and saw less than a minute of work vs. North Carolina in regional final, but did not score ... Did not see any game action vs. LSU in semifinal game, saw one minute of play vs. Michigan State in the championship game ... Sparked Baylor's homecourt victory over then-No. 15 Kansas State with a season-high 17-point performance, just two off her career-high, in 31 minutes off the pine ... 10 of her 17 points against the Wildcats came in the first half, as she also recorded season-bests for rebounds (six), steals (two), 3-pointers made (two, tied), free throws made (nine) and attempted (10) as well as minutes played (31) in the contest ... No. 8 on BU's career 3-pointers made (75) chart, No. 8 on both its 3-point percentage (.349) and 3-point attempts (215) lists ... The Lady Bears are 12-0 all-time when she records a double-digit scoring performance; including 3-0 in 2004-05 ... In addition to her 17-point effort against Kansas State at Waco, she tallied 10 points vs. both Sam Houston State and Montana State ... An excellent foul shooter, she has missed only five free throws throughout her career, is 59-of-64 (.922) from the charity stripe all-told, including 23-of-24 (.958) as a junior ... Drained 11 consecutive free throws since her second-half miss against Kansas State at Waco to close the season ... Played 10 or more minutes in nine of 29 appearances on year with a high of 31 vs. Kansas State ... More than half (110) of her total minutes played (202) came during Big 12 regular-season action, despite the fact that she did not play in Baylor's first three conference contests.
As a junior (2003-04): Sat out the season as a medical redshirt.
As a sophomore (2002-03): Played in all 35 games, started in five ... Scored a career-high 19 points against Texas A&M, was 6-of-7 from the floor which included 4-of-5 from 3-point range ... Scored 18 points against Kansas, pouring in 6-of-8 treys ... Had eight double-digit scoring efforts ... Maintained the highest free throw percentage (.917) on the team, missing only two all season (22-of-24) ... Led the team in 3-pointers made with 49 ... The 49 treys rank No. 3 on BU's individual season best list ... Averaged 6.1 points, 19.1 minutes and 2.4 rebounds a game.
As a freshman (2001-02): Appeared in 27 games as a freshman ... Averaged 10.9 minutes a game ... Scored a career-high 16 points in Baylor's victory over No. 10 Iowa State in Ames ... Saw a career-high 24 minutes of action in that game ... Was 5-of-9 from 3-point range against the Cyclones ... Dished out a career-high five assists against No. 4 Oklahoma in the championship game of the Big 12 Tournament ... Saw action in 12 conference games ... Posted the highest free throw percentage on the team at .875 (14-of-16) ... Ranked second on the squad in 3-point shooting percentage at .341 .... Earned Big 12 Rookie of the Week honors .... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the fall semester.
Before Baylor: A very talented point guard who excelled at three different high schools playing at Slidell HS as a freshman, Valley View HS her sophomore and junior seasons and Celina HS as a senior ... Led all four teams to district championships ... With Jordan playing the point, her teams' four-year record was 123-19 for a .866 winning percentage ... Averaged 19.1 points. 7.0 assists and a 86.3 percent free throw percentage in high school ... Earned many honors, but most notable are: three-time TABC All-State, three-time TGCA All-State, four-time TABC All-Region, three-time Academic All-District and three-time district MVP ... Played in the 2001 TABC All-Star Basketball Game ... Also excelled in track where she was a regional and state qualifier in the high jump ... Earned second-team all-district in softball her junior season at Valley View HS ... Played summer basketball for Team Texas 18's ... Team Texas won the 2001 BCI National Championship last summer and finished fourth at the AAU Nationals ... Summer of 2000 Team Texas was third at the AAU Nationals.
Personal: Full name is Jordan Alane Davis ... Nickname is J ... Daughter of Troy and Sherry Davis of Celina, Texas ... Born May 15, 1983 in Denton ... Is the oldest of three children; sister Lindy is 16 and brother Seth is 14 ... Majoring in telecommunications ... Selected Baylor over Clemson and Arkansas ...Chose Baylor because of Coach Mulkey and she liked all the players ... Likes to play tennis in her spare time.
Davis' Career Stats