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Janine Davis

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Jamaica, N.Y.

High School:
St. Michael Academy

Last College:
George Washington

Height:
5-6

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
11/02/1991


01/26/2012

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GENERAL: Two-year transfer from George Washington...Will sit out 2011-12 season due to NCAA transfer regulations...Will be eligible to play for the Saints beginning in 2012-13 when she will have junior status.

AS A SOPHOMORE (GEORGE WASHINGTON): Played in 21 games including two starts...Averaged 1.0 points, 0.4 rebounds and 0.7 assists in 15.1 minutes per game...Recorded season-highs of five points and five rebounds at Miami (12/28/10)...Scored four points while adding a season-high five assists in first start of the season at Dayton (1/19/11)...Added five points in only other start of the season at Fordham (1/22/11).

AS A FRESHMAN (GEORGE WASHINGTON): Appeared in all 28 games, making 13 starts at the point...Averaged 2.6 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 22.9 minutes per game...Led the Colonials with 61 assists...Hit go-ahead three pointer with 3:39 to play in victory over Rutgers (12/30/09) in which she posted a career-high seven points to go along with three rebounds and two steals...Played 60 turnover-free minutes in her first two career starts against Marist (11/28/09) and at No. 6/5 Tennessee (12/1/09)...Registered a career-high six assists while committing just one turnover at George Mason (12/22/09).

BEFORE SIENA: Played four seasons at point guard for head coach Apache Paschall at St. Michael Academy in Manhattan...Was rated the 20th best point guard in her class coming out of high school according to ESPN HoopGurlz and was given a Scouts Grade of 90...Averaged 15 points, sevenassists and three steals as a senior in 2009 to help St. Mike's capture the NYSCHSAA Class AA championship and Federation Tournament of Champions title...The Eagles finished that season 25-3 overall and were ranked seventh in the USA Today Super 25 rankings...Averaged 12 points, seven assists and three steals in leading St. Michael Academy to a 25-2 record and Archdiocese title as a junior...Played her club ball for Paschall at Exodus.

PERSONAL: Born November 2, 1991 in Brooklyn, N.Y....The daughter of Alfonso and Celia Davis...Has a younger sister, Jasmine, and a younger brother, Alfonso.

GETTING TO KNOW JANINE DAVIS
One thing I wish people knew about me, but don't is: I love classical music
My favorite TV shows are: Spongebob Squarepants and Law & Order: SVU
My favorite TV shows growing up were: Any shows that came on Nickelodeon
The best thing I did this summer was: Travel with my old AAU team
If I could meet anyone it would be: Steve Nash
My favorite artist/musical group: Alicia Keys and Jay-Z
Favorite athlete: Steve Nash
My favorite professional sports teams are: New York Knicks and Boston Celtics
Others sports I like to follow at Siena are: Volleyball and Lacrosse
My proudest sports moment has been: Winning my high school's first-ever State and Federation Championship
My favorite spot on campus is: The Gym
If I didn't play basketball, I would: Be a gymnast
The best thing about Siena is: How everyone is nice and always smiling
Coach Castelli's Best Attribute are: She is very passionate and loyal
Three words that describe me: Passionate, hardworking and trustworthy
Best thing about Siena Basketball: The team chemistry and how we are one big family
If I could travel anywhere in the world, I would go to: Italy
My favorite food: All Italian Food
My superstition is: Wearing my ponytail to the right side

Career Highs (at George Washington):
Points: 7 vs. Rutgers (12/30/09)
FG: 3 (twice)
FGA: 10 vs. Rice (1/2/10)
3FG: 2 (twice)
3FGA: 9 vs. Rice (1/2/10)
Rebounds: 6 at Temple (2/27/10)
Blocks: 0
Assists: 6 at George Mason (12/22/09)
Steals: 2 (three times)
Minutes: 34 (twice)

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