Adriene Davis 5
Adriene Davis


Edmond, Okla.

High School:
Deer Creek




Central Tulsa Select

Junior (2002): Forward Adriene Davis highlighted her junior season leading the Big 12 in scoring during conference play ? in league action, she scored 18 points with six goals and seven assists in nine games ? earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors after scoring three goals and an assist against ranked opponents Texas A&M and Texas ? scored season-high five points against Texas A&M and recorded two multi-goal games ? set Missouri school record scoring in 13 consecutive matches ? led team in points (30), goals (10) and assists (10)? had two multi-assist games ? is second in Mizzou?s all-time career assists charts with 27 ? named to the academic All-Big 12 first team.

Sophomore (2001): Led Missouri with 12 goals, 13 assists and 37 points on the season ? also led Mizzou with 76 shots and 42 shots on goal ? scored two game-winning goals ? had three double-scoring games against Drury, Texas Tech and Baylor ? set the Mizzou record dishing out four assists in a single game against Drury ? also scored two goals and set new Tiger record for points scored in a single game with eight ? recorded six shots on goal against North Texas, scoring one ? tied MU season record with 13 assists on the year ? was named to the All-Big 12 second team ? honored as Missouri?s Offensive Player of the Year.

Freshman (2000): Was second on the team in goals scored, assists and total points ? totaled 20 points on eight goals and four assists ? named Big 12 Conference Player of the Week scoring two unassisted goals and dishing out two assists in Mizzou?s 4-1 triumph over Creighton ... scored two goals in MU?s 4-1 victory over Kansas ? scored the game-winner in the Tigers? 1-0 victory over Oklahoma ? started every game for the Tigers ? was named to the Big 12 Conference all-freshman team.

Prep: Set the Oklahoma state and Deer Creek High School (Okla.) single-season scoring record with 58 goals ... also dished out 20 assists as a senior ... was an all-city, all-district and all-state selection ... named Oklahoma Female Athlete of the Year by the Daily Oklahoman in 2000 ... selected as the Little All-City Player of the Year ... was named all-district three consecutive years ... led Deer Creek to the district championship in 1998 and 2000 and to a second-place state finish in ?98 ... member of regional and state Olympic Development programs ... played for the state ODP team from 1995-99 ... was a Region III pool member and team alternate from 1998-99 ... chose MU over Nebraska, Florida, SMU, USC and Texas Tech.

Personal: Adriene is the daughter of Lewis and Sandy Davis ... born August 24, 1981... she is a nursing major.

Coach Blitz on Davis

?Adriene is a talented attacker and consummate example of our program. Her work ethic, desire and skill set her apart as an offensive leader for our team.?