Coco Davis
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Coco  Davis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.

High School:
Sacramento

Height:
5-9

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3L

03/08/2011

MWC Tournament, San Diego State vs. New Mexico - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Women basketball vs. New Mexico

03/03/2011

San Diego State vs. Wyoming - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Women's basketball vs. Wyoming

11/13/2010

San Diego State vs. UCLA - Nov. 12, 2010

San Diego State vs. UCLA

12/31/2008

Aztecs Take Down No. 4 Texas

Aztecs Take Down No. 4 Texas

A two-year returning starter at guard ... Good passer and decision maker ... Tremendous court vision ... Solid defensive rebounder, who has increased her offensive production over her career ... Will be counted on to play a lot of minutes once again, due to the team's youth in the back court ... Older sister, Quenese, played at SDSU from 2006-10.

As a Junior (2009-10)
Played in all but one contest, starting 30 times ... Second on the team in assists with a career-high 120 to rank eighth in the MWC ... Led the Aztecs and ranked fifth in the MWC in assists-to-turnover ratio (1.4) ... Has a career-best 32 triples, shooting 33 percent from beyond the arc ... Shot a career-best 77.8 percent from the charity stripe ... Had six rebounds and four assists as a starter at UCI ... Team-best six assists in the win over USD, shooting a perfect 2-for-2 from beyond the arc and ending up with seven points and four rebounds ... Seven helpers and seven boards vs. Arizona ... Seven rebounds for the second game in a row vs. No. 5/6 Notre Dame, while also tallying five assists ... Was a reserve at UC Riverside ... Missed the Pepperdine game with a knee injury ... Came back against Long Beach State and had four assists off the bench ... Starter at LMU, contributing six assists ... Scored 10 points vs. Auburn to go with six rebounds in 38 minutes ... Matched season highs with seven rebounds and three steals at New Mexico ... Tied for team game-high with five helpers vs. Wyoming ... Scored 10 points on 4-for-7 shooting vs. UNLV ... Led the team in assists with four at No. 22 TCU ... Team season-high and career-best 10 assists to go with six boards at AFA ... Scored 12 points and had three steals vs. TCU ... Career-best 14 points, including 4-for-4 from beyond the arc, and seven assists in a win over BYU ... Pulled down a career-high nine rebounds in the victory at Colorado State ... Matched her career high with 14 points in the team's MWC tourney opener with Wyoming, shooting 5-for-11 from the field, while also grabbing six boards and four assists ... Hit the game-tying bucket to send it to overtime in the MWC final with Utah, ending the contest with five points and three steals ... Eight points, six rebounds and four assists at No. 17/20 Texas in NCAA tournament opener.

As A Sophomore (2008-09)
Voted the team's most improved player ... Starter in 28 games, playing in all but one of the squad's 32 contests ... Averaged 26.3 minutes a game ... Had a career-best 98 assists, ranking second on the team ... Fourth in rebounding (3.8/g) and steals (1.4/g) ... Three double-figure scoring outings ... Led the team in rebounding in two contests and in assists on five outings ... Scored 11 points in the opener vs. Northwestern State ... Second game in double-figure scoring with 10 points and a career-high five steals in the first half at USD ... Seven rebounds and three steals in the win over Prairie View A&M ... Rounded out the Hawai'i trip by posting five assists vs. No. 25/22 Iowa State ... Missed the UCR game due to injury, before returning as a reserve vs. Montana State ... Played 37 minutes in the upset win over Texas, contributing six points, all from behind the arc, five rebounds and three assists ... Nine assists to go with six boards in the win over Wyoming ... Seven rebounds and three steals at TCU ... Nine points all on 3-pointers against Colorado St. ... Scored 10 points and had six rebounds at Wyoming ... Seven rebounds and seven assists in the win at BYU ... Career-high eight rebounds to go with seven assists in the MWC semifinals ... Eight points vs. Utah in the title game ... Had four rebounds and four assists in the first round NCAA victory over DePaul ... Posted a team-best five helpers against No. 2 Stanford to go with eight points, five boards and a pair of steals.

As A Freshman (2007-08)
Appeared in all but one game, starting once against Southern Utah ... Team's co-most improved scholar-athlete ... Averaged 2.6 points and 2.1 rebounds per outing ... Tallied 39 assists, owning a positive assist-to-turnover ratio ... One of five Aztecs with more than 10 three-pointers ... Led the team in assists on two occasions ... Played 15 minutes off the bench in her first official outing as an Aztec at Nevada, logging four points and one steal ... Team game-high four assists to go with five boards and two steals at Saint Mary's ... First career start vs. Southern Utah, posting eight points to go with four rebounds, four assists and a block ... Made both her three-point attempts against CS Fullerton and added five rebounds in 15 minutes ... Was 3-for-3 from the field against UConn, matching her season high with eight points, while bringing down three boards ... Did not play vs. New Mexico ... Matched her season-high with five rebounds and scored her first basket of MWC play in the win over BYU ... Career-high six assists and added four points in 14 minutes vs. CSU ... Notched nine points at CSU ... Career-high six rebounds in the regular season finale with Air Force ... Played 19 minutes in the MWC quarterfinal win over Wyoming, recording a career-high in rebounds (6) for the second straight outing ... Was perfect (3-for-3) from the field and the line (2-for-2) in the upset of TCU in the MWC semis, ending up with nine points, while also tallying three assists and three steals in 30 minutes.

At Sacramento High School
Finished her prep career at Sacramento High School, after playing three seasons at Rio Americano High School ... Coach at Sacramento High was John Langston ... Dragons were Sac-Joaquin Section Division III champions and advanced to the NorCal D-III final her senior campaign ... Team was 29-4 in 2006-07, including a 10-0 mark in league action ... Sacramento Bee's all-Metro girls basketball second team her final year ... Averaged 16.4 points and 4.5 assists as a junior, recording single-game highs of 38 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists ... First team all-league selection and team co-MVP at Rio Americano along with her sister in 2005-06 ... Member of her school's honor roll.

AAU
Played basketball during the summer with NorCal Elite under coach Davin Johnson.

Personal
Cojoya Ariel Davis was born June 5, 1989, in New Orleans, La. ... Daughter of Ingrid Davis and Quentin Perkins ... Played three years with older sister Quenese at SDSU ... Majoring in social science.

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