Former Marion standout Cami Davis represents TLU on SCAC All-Conference Second Team
Posted on 3/1/2018 8:18:00 AM.
 
Cami Davis. Photo by Brendan Maloney 
 
(Seguin) – Texas Lutheran junior point guard Cami Davis, a former Marion High School standout, has been named to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Basketball All-Conference Second Team.

In addition to being named to the All-SCAC Second Team, Davis was one of three players to receive at least one vote for SCAC Newcomer of the Year.

Davis, a first-year transfer, led the Bulldogs in scoring (371 points, 14.8 ppg), three-pointers made (43), free throws made and attempted (90-of-111), assists (69), and steals (51). She also ranked fourth on the team in rebounding, at 3.7 per game.

In her first year with the Bulldogs, after transferring to TLU from University of Texas at Tyler, Davis made starts in all 25 contests. She made 39.7 percent of her field goal attempts and 81.1 percent of her free throw attempts.

In her first game as a Bulldog, Davis scored a career-high 30 points against University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

Davis recorded an impressive 29 points in the Bulldogs' victory over Concordia University. She scored 17 in the first quarter as TLU opened a 29-11 lead. Davis finished the night with 10 made field goals, including three three-pointers.

In other SCAC awards announced Saturday, junior forward Bryce Frank of Austin College and senior guard Micah Weaver of Trinity University split the vote to share SCAC Women's Basketball Player-of-the-Year honors.

In that same balloting, Colorado College freshman guard/forward McKenzee Gertz was selected the conference Newcomer-of-the-Year while Austin College senior guard Meghan Lewis was named SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Year.

TLU ended its year with an overall record 8-11 and with a conference mark of 4-10. The Bulldogs finished in a tie for sixth in the final SCAC Women's Basketball standings.

The top six teams make the conference tournament. In a two-way tiebreaker with Schreiner, TLU fell short of tournament qualification.


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