Final Player Bio
Finished his career with 1,109 points (22nd all-time at Tulane) and 559 rebounds (16th all-time) and 226 offensive rebounds (8th all-time). Just the 14th player in school history with 1,000 points and 500 rebounds. Also registered a school record .577 field-goal percentage for his career while blocking 165 shots (third all-time). Had 56 double-digit scoring games and 12 20-point efforts.
As a Senior (2005-06)
Tulane's leading scorer (13.1, 13th in C-USA), rebounder (5.8, 12th C-USA) and shot blocker (1.59, 2nd C-USA) while leading the league with a .581 field-goal percentage. In league games, averaged 14.4 points (8th in the league), 6.9 rebounds (6th) and 1.4 blocks (5th) while shooting a C-USA-best 60.8 percent from the field and 69.6 percent from the line. Scored 36 points in two C-USA Tourney games against Marshall (3/8) and Memphis (3/9). Became the 28th 1,000-point scorer in Tulane history with a tip-in against UAB (2/15). Registered his seventh 20-point game of the year with an even 20 (on 9-of-11 shooting) to go with eight boards in the Southern Miss win (3/1). Scored 19 points (11-15 FTs) against Memphis (2/18). Finished the UAB game with 20 points and 10 rebounds, his second double-double of the season. Led the Wave with 25 points (9-11 FTs) in the win over SMU (2/1). Scored an even 20 points to go with eight rebounds and three blocks in the win over East Carolina (1/21). Scored eight points with nine rebounds while playing excellent defense on LSU All-America candidate Glen Davis (1/3). Had back-to-back 20-point games for the first time in his career following a 20-point effort against Richmond (12/27). Tallied 20 points and a season-best 12 rebounds in 37 minutes against Valpo (12/2).
As a Junior, 2004-05
Tulane's leading scorer (13.7, 21st in C-USA) and rebounder (6.1, 17th C-USA). Led Conference USA and ranked among the best in the nation in field-goal percentage at .612. Averaged 17.5 points and 6.5 rebounds over a four-game stretch from 2/5 to 2/19. Registered his sixth double-double of the year in the C-USA Tourney with 17 points and 11 boards against DePaul (3/9). Tallied 10 points and 10 rebounds against TCU (2/23). Scored 14 points with a career-best four assists against Charlotte (2/19). Posted a double-double with a career-high 28 points and 11 rebounds against Memphis (2/12). Led the Wave with 15 points in the win over Southern Miss (2/9). Scored 13 points against USF (2/5), including 3-for-3 from three-point range. Led the Wave with 18 points and nine rebounds in the loss at Southern Miss (1/22). Scored a game-high 20 points on 7-of-8 shooting in the win over UAB (1/19). Posted his third double-double of the year with 19 points (six dunks) and 10 boards against VMI (12/31). Had a four-game stretch averaging 18.0 points and 10.0 rebounds while hitting 70.7 percent (29-of-41) of his shots before Princeton held him to five points and two rebounds. Tallied a season-best 21 points while matching his season-high with 12 rebounds against NC A&T (12/21). Scored 17 points with nine boards in the Savannah State win (12/18). First double-double of the year with 18 points and 12 rebounds against Loyola (12/3). Also scored 19 against both Louisiana Tech (11/21) and Prairie View (11/27).
As a Sophomore, 2003-04
Led the Wave in scoring (10.6 ppg) and ranked second in rebounding (6.1, 16th in C-USA), while leading the team in blocks (2.39, 4th in C-USA) and field-goal percentage (.533, 6th in C-USA). His 67 blocks set a new Tulane single-season record (previous record was 65 by Jody Nelson, 1996-97). Blocked three or more shots 10 times. Scored 16 points with six rebounds against Southern Miss (3/3). Logged a big game against UAB (2/25) with 13 points and 13 rebounds for his third career double-double. Paced the Wave against TCU (2/14) with 14 points (perfect 6-for-6 shooting), nine rebounds and four blocks. Tallied 17 points (7-of-9) shooting to go with five boards and five blocks in the win over Houston (2/11). Led the Wave with 19 points (7-of-10 shooting) and eight rebounds against DePaul (2/3) despite being limited to 24 minutes by foul trouble. Scored 11 points with eight rebounds and a career-high seven blocks (third in school history) in the win over Savannah State (1/24). Posted his second 20-point game of the year with 21 against Memphis (1/20), when he hit 11-of-16 free throws. Also blocked five shots against the Tigers while playing a career-high 35 minutes. Played a then-career-high 34 minutes against #8 Louisville (1/17), scoring 16 points to go with eight rebounds and three blocks. Second career double-double with 17 points and 12 boards against UNO (12/3). Dominated the Loyola game with career-highs of 26 points and 14 rebounds on 12-of-18 shooting, including five dunks.
Feb. 15, 2003 Times Picayune Feature Story
As a Freshman, 2002-03
Shot 72.7 percent (16-of-22) from the field in C-USA games. Averaged 14.8 minutes per game over the final four contests of the season. Dominated the Southern Miss game (3/8) with a season-high 18 points and eight rebounds in a season-best 20 minutes of action. Connected on 9-of-10 shots against USM (3/8), matching the sixth-best single-game field-goal percentage in school history (minimum 10 attempts). Played a strong game against Memphis (2/13), tallying career-highs of nine rebounds and four blocks while matching his then-career-high of five points in 16 minutes of action. Scored a then-career-high five points, including his first career dunk, and snagged five boards while playing 13 minutes in the win over Jackson State (12/23).
Runner-up for Class 6A Player of the Year in the state of Alabama while playing for Coach Reggie Copeland at McGill-Toolen High in Mobile. Earned first team all-state honors following his senior season in which he averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and 5.5 blocked shots per game in Division 6A, made up of Alabama's largest schools. Also honored as an all-county selection and named to the "Sweet 16" by The Mobile Register. As a junior, named a second team all-state player, as well as all-county. Selected to play in the Rising Senior North-South All-Star Game in the state of Alabama.
Full name is Quincy Spencer Davis. Born February 16, 1983 in Los Angeles, Calif. Played his final three years of high school in Mobile, Ala. The son of Meredith Davis. Major is undecided.
Quincy Davis' Career Stats
|Year ||G-GS ||Min-Avg ||FG-A ||Pct. ||3-A ||Pct. ||FT-A ||Pct. ||O-D-Reb ||Avg. ||PF-D ||Ast ||TO ||Blk ||Stl ||TP ||Avg.|
|2002-03 ||20-0 ||161-8.1 ||20-36 ||.556 ||0-0 ||.000 ||7-11 ||.636 ||21-28-49 ||2.5 ||24-0 ||3 ||4 ||11 ||3 ||47 ||2.4|
|2003-04 ||28-26 ||700-25.0 ||112-210 ||.533 ||0-1 ||.000 ||74-116 ||.638 ||61-110-171 ||6.1 ||98-6 ||13 ||59 ||67 ||12 ||298 ||10.6|
|2004-05 ||28-28 ||807-28.8 ||153-250 ||.612 ||5-10 ||.500 ||72-105 ||.686 ||70-102-172 ||6.1 ||85-2 ||17 ||69 ||41 ||12 ||383 ||13.7|
|2005-06 ||29-28 ||736-25.4 ||147-253 ||.581 ||2-3 ||.667 ||85-127 ||.669 ||74-93-167 ||5.8 ||80-3 ||28 ||69 ||46 ||23 ||381 ||13.1|
|Career ||105-82 ||2404-22.9 ||432-749 ||.577 ||7-14 ||.500 ||238-359 ||.663 ||226-333-559 ||5.3 ||287-11 ||61 ||201 ||165 ||50 ||1109 ||10.6|