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- In 2000, Davis and partner, Jenny Johnson Jordan, won four events. Two on the BVA Tour at Santa Monica and San Diego, as well as the Oldsmobile Beach Volleyball Olympic Challenge Series event in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and the FIVB event in Marseille, France.
- Davis and Johnson also made the 2000 USA Olympic Team and finished fifth at the Sydney Summer Olympics.
- Davis has won six tournaments in her career and over $210,000 in prize money.
- In 1999, she and Johnson Jordan were the winningest USA Team, men or women on the beach.
- Together they won their first tournament at the 1999 AVP Michigan event. Their second win was at the FIVB event in Espinho, Portugal that same year.
- She and Johnson Jordan finished second a the 1999 FIVB Beach Volleyball World championships in Marseille, France.
- Davis competed three season on the Pro Beach Four-Person Tour.
- She teamed with Stephanie Cox, Johnson Jordan, and Gabrielle Reece to lead the USA to the four-person title at the 1997 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Los Angeles, California.
- On the four-person tour, she was captain of Team Paul Mitchell in 1997.
- In 1996, she played on Team Paul Mitchell and helped the team to the league championship.
- She was that tour's MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, and Top Right-Side Hitter in 1996 and 1997, and she own the Sportsmanship Award in 1995 and 1997.
- She was named the four-person tour's Rookie of the Year in 1996.
- Was a four-year starter at UCLA.
- Earned All-League and All-American honors in her career at UCLA. She was first-team All-American in 1993 and 1994.
- Named PAC-10 Player of the Year in 1994.
- Named PAC-10 Freshman of the Year in 1991.
- Davis is married to Byron Davis, an Olympic caliber swimmer that just missed making the 2000 USA Olympic team.
- Her father, Cleveland Davis, played collegiate basketball at Jackson State and two seasons with the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He scored 33 points for the Knicks in the March 2, 1962 game in Hershey, Pennsylvania, when Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors. (The Warriors won the game 169-147.)
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