Tuesday, January 19, 2010

All-American Tori Davis named Division III Player of the 2000s

Open Door’s Tori Davis, who became an All-American playing basketball at Baldwin-Wallace, has been named as the Division III Men’s Basketball Best Player of the 2000s for his accomplished career as a Yellow Jacket from 2003-2007.

Davis ended his B-W career with a school-record 2,232 points. He was twice selected as a D-III All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, d3hoops.com and DIII News. In addition, he was named the National Player of the Year by DIII News in both 2005-06 and 2006-07.

For his career, Davis was a four-time All-OAC and four-time DIII All-Great Lakes Region selection and a 10-time OAC Player of the Week.

In four seasons, he helped lead the Yellow Jackets to an 81-31 (.723) record with one OAC regular season and two OAC Tournament titles and two berths in the NCAA Division III National Tournament. The 81 wins are the most by any four-year basketball player in the history of the program.

In addition to his school scoring mark, Davis finished fifth all-time in rebounding with 950 and first in blocked shots with 240.

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