Josh Davis

Hometown:  Salem, Ore.
Sport:  Men’s Basketball
Years:  1999-2002

A tremendous athlete, Davis started at forward his entire four-year career for the Cowboys.  Named AP Honorable Mention All-America in 2001-02, Davis led the Cowboys to their first two Mountain West titles and a first-round upset victory over Gonzaga in the NCAA tournament.  A popular player known for big plays and highlight-reel dunks, he is ranked 13th in scoring, second in rebounding, third in blocked shots, and fifth in career steals.  Davis also ranks third in the conference in career rebounds.   He posted 27 double-doubles as a Cowboy.  A three-time all-conference selection (twice named to the first team), Davis was selected First Team All-District 13 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) twice and was twice named All-District 8 by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA).  He averaged 12.4 points and eight rebounds per game.  A three-time MW Player of the Week, Davis was voted to the MW all-tournament team in 2001.  Davis was selected to participate in the 2000 USA Basketball Men’s National Team Trials in Colorado Springs, Colo.  A native of Salem, Ore., he played professionally for the Philadelphia 76ers and the Memphis Grizzlies, among other NBA teams.  He also competed in several foreign countries.