Trimaine Davis
Trimaine  Davis


West Pittsburg, Calif.

High School:
Pittsburg High

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 235



An explosive fifth-year senior who was named team captain for the upcoming season in the locker room at the Pepsi Center following SDSU's season-ending loss in the Mountain West Conference semifinals... An athletic forward whose role on the team increased as the season progressed... An aggressive, energetic player that can combat taller opponents with his horizontal and vertical quickness... His hard work and blue-collar approach have made him a favorite among fans... Has played at both the four and five spots for the Aztecs... A tremendously efficient player, Davis' career field goal percentage of 57.5 percent would be a school record if he had enough attempts... He ranks 39th in SDSU's Division I era in career efficiency points per minute played (minimum 600 career minutes)... His career efficiency rating per minute of 0.368 is second among current players in the category trailing only Marcus Slaughter and the only players in the Steve Fisher era to produce a better career efficiency per minute rating are Aerick Sanders (0.520), Marcus Slaughter (0.508), Randy Holcomb (0.485), Al Faux (0.416), Mike Mackell (0.410) and Tony Bland (0.383)... In conditioning tests, Davis has recorded a 27-inch vertical jump and owns a wingspan of seven feet.

As A Junior (2004-05 Season)
One of five Aztec players to see action in all 29 games... Made six starts and played 427 minutes after entering his junior campaign with career totals of no starts and 255 minutes... Despite playing the eighth most minutes on the team, he was 6th in scoring (5.2), 6th in rebounding (2.3), tied for 3rd in blocked shots (10) and 7th in steals (14)... Averages per 40 minutes of action: 14.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and 0.9 blocks... Another example of high productivity can be found when comparing those numbers against the 40 minute pro-rated numbers of the rest of the team where he ranked 3rd in scoring, rebounding and blocks, 4th in free throw attempts and 1st in fewest turnovers committed... After failing to reach double figures in his first 49 games as an Aztec and doing so just once in his first 61 games, he scored 10 or more points in four of the final nine games of the season... After playing 10 or more minutes only 10 times in his first two seasons, he broke that barrier 23 times as a junior and ended his junior campaign having played 13 or more minutes in the final 12 games... Had a personal hockey plus/minus record of 13-16 (meaning SDSU outscored its opponent when Davis was on the court 13 times and was outscored 16 times), which was the third best among SDSU regulars, trailing only Marcus Slaughter and Tyler Smith... Posted the eighth best single-season efficiency rating in the Division I era among players who accumulated 450 minutes or less during the season... That list has been a precursor to success as Joe McNaull and Aerick Sanders - both of whom rank ahead of Davis on that list - went on to earn all-conference accolades... Although he did not have enough field goal attempts to qualify for the school record, his 58.6 percent (65-of-111) was the fifth highest single-season percentage for any SDSU Division I player averaging at least 3.5 attempts per game... It was the highest ever by a non-senior and trailed only the senior efforts by Leon Carter, Leonard Allen, Kevin Betts and Marcelo Correa... Played better as the season progressed and his playing time increased... In February and March, which covered the final 10 games of the season, Davis averaged 7.9 points, 3.6 rebounds with seven blocked shots and seven steals while connecting on 35-of-54 (64.8 percent) field goal attempts... During the final 10-game stretch, his team ranks were: tied for 1st in blocked shots, 3rd in rebounding, 4th in scoring and 4th in steals... Had just 14 turnovers in 427 minutes of action (one turnover every 30.5 minutes)... Averaged 0.333 miscues per minute, the best average by any San Diego State player to record at least 100 minutes since turnovers started being tracked as a statistic in 1979... Started six games, including both games against Brigham Young (1-8-05 and 2-7-05)... Had his most productive game of his career, setting career highs with 12 points, eight rebounds, two assists, six field goals and 11 field goals attempted vs. Brigham Young (2-7-05)... Set then career highs in minutes played in three straight games (21 vs. Utah (2-5-05), 24 vs. Brigham Young (2-7-05), 29 vs. UNLV (2-12-05))... Tallied 11 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the floor in only 13 minutes at Wyoming (2-21-05)... Played a career-high 32 minutes against New Mexico (2-26-05) and scored seven points on 3-of-4 shooting... Shot 50 percent or better from the field in 10 of the final 11 games... In his last 11 games covering 230 minutes of playing time, he had 85 points, 39 rebounds, eight steals, four assists and connected on 38-of-60 field goals (63.3 percent)... Averaged 8.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 21.4 minutes per game in the final nine contests... Made his first career start in his 50th career game at Loyola Marymount (12-18-04)... Scored a then career-high 10 points and added two rebounds in 13 minutes of action against LMU... Scored in the final 14 games of the season (the longest streak of his career and the second longest active streak on the team trailing only Brandon Heath (31) (Marcus Slaughter has scored in 54 straight games in which he has played, but missed two games due to injury)... Committed just two turnovers in the final seven games (140 minutes) of the season... 18 turnover free games during the season, the most on the team... Scored in 27 straight games in which he has played at least 10 minutes, including the 23 games in which he logged at least 10 minutes in 2004-05.

As a sophomore (2003-2004)
Played in 17 games, including 11 Mountain West Conference contests after missing the first eight games of the season due to knee surgery on Nov. 21 (the day of the season opener) to remove two bone fragments in his right knee... The injury occurred during practice, two days before the opener and head coach Steve Fisher gave Davis the option of delaying the surgery to accompany the team to Maui for the EA Sports Maui Invitational... Davis declined the offer so the surgery could occur as soon as possible... He played in 17-of-22 contests after his return... Although he saw limited action, he made the most of his opportunities, scoring 26 points, and adding 17 rebounds in 89 minutes of action... Had four blocked shots on the season to tie him for the fourth highest total on the squad... Averages per 40 minutes of action: 11.7 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.8 blocks... Had an impressive score in the efficiency rating (NBA forumla for determine overall value) of 0.371 points per minute played... That value was third best on the team behind all-Mountain West Conference honorees Aerick Sanders and Marcus Sluaghter... Played 10 or more minutes twice during the season (15 at Saint Mary's (1-6-04) and 11 at Colorado State (1-24-04))... Had a career high eight points and tied a career-best with four rebounds at New Mexico (2-28-04)... Did his damage against the Lobos in just nine minutes of action... Also graded out with the best hockey plus-minus in the game at New Mexico scoring a +5 (Aztecs outscored the Lobos by five points while he was in the game)... Sealed the victory against Brigham Young (1-12-04) with a dunk with 12 seconds remaining after coming off the bench to replace Aerick Sanders, who fouled out... Played in his first contest of the season against Cal Poly (12-18-03) and registered a career high four rebounds, along with four points on two-of-two shooting in seven minutes... Went 4-for-6 from the field at Cox Arena in 2003-04... Pulled down two rebounds and blocked a shot in two minutes of action against Eastern Washington (12-20-03).. Aggressive and unrelenting, Davis blocked four shots in 89 minutes of action and ended the season by blocking three shots in his last 26 minutes of action in 2003-04.

As a freshman (2002-03)
One of the most productive freshmen in the Mountain West Conference, Davis ranked second in the league among first-year players in field-goal percentage (min. 20 FGA) connecting on 16-of-26 attempts (61.5 percent)... Played in 24 of 30 games during the campaign, including the first 12 of the season... Provided depth in the post position early when the Aztecs were without Evan Burns, Travis Hanour and Chris Manker... Averaged 6.9 minutes per contest and was one of four key freshmen contributors to see major minutes in their first season (Evan Burns 582 minutes, Steve Sir 438 minutes, John Sharper 236, Trimaine Davis 166 minutes)... Was one of only four post players on the active roster joining Mike Mackell, Aerick Sanders and Chris Manker... Played at least 10 minutes in the first six games of the season and eight minutes in 24 games... Never went more than two games without seeing court time... Connected on 15-of-24 attempts from the field in the regular season (62.5 percent) after hitting all 15 of his field goal attempts during the exhibition games... Made his final five attempts from the field and did not miss a field goal attempt after Dec. 30, 2002... Had three points and a rebound in 16 minutes against IPFW (12-30-02)... Scored three points and had a monster dunk in five minutes of action against Florida Atlantic (12-28-02)... Scored 10 points and pulled down three rebounds in games against UC San Diego and Arizona (30 minutes of action)... Went 3-for-3 from the field and scored a career-high six points in 19 minutes against UC San Diego (12-2-02)... Came off the bench to score four points in 11 minutes against top-ranked Arizona (12-7-02)... Saw eight minutes of action in the Aztecs' second-round NIT game at Texas Tech (3-21-03), scoring two points and adding a career-high-tying three rebounds.

As a redshirt (2001-02)
Worked hard on and off the court to developed his game and get stronger... Redshirted along with two-guard Steve Sir because the Aztecs were deep at both positions... An enthusiastic player who was the Aztecs' biggest cheerleader on the bench while redshirting.

High School
Averaged 20.6 points, 14.7 rebounds and 5.7 blocks for Pittsburg High as a senior... Was the first player to sign with SDSU during the spring 2001 signing period... Earned most valuable player honors in the Bay Valley Athletic League and was named to the San Francisco Chronicle all-metro boys team... Selected to the all-NorCal third team... His prep team had a 24-2 regular-season record, the best in school history, and shared the conference title... Four-year letterwinner for the Pirates... Played for coach Darrick Domineeli.

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