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#44 Thomas Davis Season 2024-25

Alexandria, La.
Previous School
Kilgore JC
High School
Pineville HS

Played in 14 games, averaging 2.3 points per game and 1.1 rebounds per game … Played double figure minutes versus Texas A&M Corpus Christi (10, 12-14); Houston (15, 1-8); and, Centenary (10, 1-15) … Had his best performance of the season against Texas A&M CC (12-14), hitting 5-of-7 field goals with five rebounds in a 10-point performance … Four career double figures scoring games in his career … Hit 3-of-4 field goals against Houston and 4-of-6 field goals against Centenary … Finished the season 15-of-23 field goals (65.2 percent).

Finished the season with a 4.1 scoring average and a 2.3 rebound average in 26 games, averaging 11.1 minutes per game … Had two starts, including his biggest league game in his first career start at Vanderbilt (2-6) … In that game, Davis played 20 minutes, made 6-of-7 field goals for 12 points … The Alexandria product had his season high of 14 points in the second game against Southern (11-19) … In the Louisiana-Lafayette game, he was in double figures with 11 points, 5-of-7 field goal shooting (12-4) … Finished with three games in double figures, averaging 54.7 percent from the floor, 47-of-86 … Best of six rebounds against Northwestern State (12-2) and Nicholls State (12-30) … Suffered a strained MCL in practice on Feb. 12, did not play until the Feb. 27 Ole Miss game.

Played for Coach Scott Shoemaucker at Kilgore Junior College after earning all-state honors as a prep star at Pineville High School in central Louisiana … Averaged 29.9 points per game and 10 rebounds for Coach Ronnie Kaiser at Pineville … Averaged 17.1 points and was 11th in Region XIV in scoring … Hit 50.9 percent of his field goal attempts (195-of-383) … Field goal percentage also ranked 11th … Averaged 6.7 rebounds per game … Second team All-Texas Eastern Conference.

Born in Pineville, La., on June 15, 1980 … Goes by initials “T.D.” … Parents are Jerry Brown and Rosa Davis … Two other brothers, two other sisters in the family … Chose LSU “because I wanted to come here since I was (age) 12.” … Major is General Studies … Favorite dessert is cookies … Favorite NBA player is Tracy McGrady.

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