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Courtney Davidson
Courtney  Davidson


Youngstown, Ohio

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#22 Michigan State vs. #15 Purdue (photos by John Gwillim)

Spartans bow out of the Big Ten Conference Tournament in the semifinals, dropping a 64-61 decision.


Big Ten Semifinals: #22 Michigan State vs. #15 Purdue (AP photos)

Spartans eliminated from the conference tournament in a 64-61 decision.


MSU Falls To Purdue

Boilermakers deal Spartans first Big Ten loss of the season.

Career Stats in PDF Format
2005-06 Game-by-Game Stats
2006-07 Game-by-Game Stats
2007-08 Game-by-Game Stats

Creative passer who had more than 180 career assists...solid 3-point shooter with range...left MSU No. 11 in 3-pointers with 66 made...finished career with 379 points (3.8 avg.)...registered career highs in points (263) and 3-pointers (43) as a senior in 2007-08...made at least three 3-pointers in eight games as a senior...led team with 43 3-pointers in 2007-08, ranking 15th in an MSU single-season...fifth on the team in scoring as a senior with 7.1 ppg.

AS A SENIOR (2007-08): Scored nine points and three 3-pointers against Evansville (11/11)...had 12 points and made three 3-pointers at No. 4 LSU (11/15)...scored 15 points and hit three 3-pointers for the third time of the season in win at Delaware State (11/26)...went 6-for-6 at the line, including four free throws in the last minute of a tight game, to ice the win over the Lady Hornets of DSU...scored eight points and hit two 3-pointers in win over Clemson (11/29)...scored 17 points and five 3-pointers at Old Dominion (12/2)...scored MSU's final 14 points of the game...dished out a career-high seven assists while scoring 11 points and hitting two 3-pointers at Indiana State (12/8)...then-career high 18 points on 6-of-12 shooting including three 3-pointers against No. 9 Oklahoma (12/17) four rebounds at Providence (12/20)...tied career rebound mark with four at Hartford (12/22)...tied a then-career high against Iowa (1/10), scoring 18 points on 5-of-11 shooting, including three 3-pointers...hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 points at Michigan (1/13)...recorded 10 points on 4-of-8 shooting at Northwestern (1/17) in her first start of the season...scored 11 points with two 3-pointers at Minnesota (1/27)...hit three 3-pointers, scored 17 points and tied a career high in assists (7), while hitting two game-winning free throws with 15.6 seconds remaining against Purdue (2/11)...scored 200th point of the season at Penn State (2/17)...on Senior Night at the Breslin Center, scored a career-high 20 points, hitting two 3's while going 6-for-7 from the free-throw line...recorded four assists and three rebounds in the Big Ten Tournament win over Minnesota (3/7)...scored seven points and grabbed three rebounds versus Illinois in Big Ten Tournament semifinals (3/8)...scored eight points and went 5-for-7 from the free-throw line vs. Bowling Green in the second round of the WNIT (3/22)...scored five points in final career game against Marquette (4/5) in the WNIT championship.

AS A JUNIOR (2006-07): Saw action in 27 games, including her first career start at Rutgers...averaged 10.7 minutes a game...totaled 55 points to average 2.0 a game...compiled nine steals...was a perfect 8-for-8 from the free-throw line...made a career-high 13 3-pointers...had 43 assists to 29 turnovers...hit six free throws in final minute to ice 68-51 win against Bucknell (11/17)...hit two 3-pointers in four attempts for first field goals of the year at Maryland (1/6)...recorded four assists in 12 minutes at Michigan (1/18)...had season-high eight points and three assists in 17 minutes against Iowa (1/21)...set career high with 22 minutes, adding five points and two assists in her first career start at Rutgers (1/28)...tied career-best 22 minutes, adding six points and three assists against Penn State (2/1)...netted five points against No. 13 Purdue (2/11)...scored three points and added two assists at No. 5 Ohio State (2/18)...hit a 3-pointer in both Big Ten Tournament games for the Spartans and posted five assists against just one turnover (3/2-3/4)...first career block came against Delaware in the NCAA First Round...hit a 3-pointer against Rutgers in NCAA Second Round (3/20).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06): As a back-up point guard, averaged 7.9 minutes and 1.7 points...had 50 assists to 27 turnovers...compiled at least three assists in 10 games...hit nine 3-pointers...had 13 steals...four assists in opener vs. UCSB (11/18)...three assists vs. No. 1 Tennessee (11/24)...four points and hit two field goals vs. Houston (12/17)...four points and two free throws vs. Michigan (1/1)...hit a 3-pointer and dished out three assists in 12 minutes vs. Illinois (1/19)...three assists and a 3-pointer vs. No. 11 Minnesota (2/9) points and career-high three rebounds in win at Michigan (2/23)...tied career-high six assists vs. Iowa in Big Ten quarterfinals (3/3) nine points and three 3-pointers in just seven minutes vs. No. 5 Ohio State in Big Ten semifinals (3/5)...hit a 3-pointer and grabbed a rebound in first career NCAA Tournament game vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee (3/18)...dished out three assists and scored two points vs. top-seeded Duke in Bridgeport Regional semifinal (3/26).

AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05): Played in five games before being ruled academically ineligible for the second semester...averaged 7.0 minutes per game and totaled seven points, eight assists, two rebounds and a steal...made her collegiate debut vs. Central Connecticut State (11/20), dishing out six assists and hitting her first 3-point attempt...scored four points and had two assists vs. Santa Clara (11/27)...also saw action vs. Utah (11/26), TCU (11/28) and Notre Dame (12/2).

HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 43 player in her recruiting class by All-Star Girls Report...adidas Top 10 Camp Upperclass All-Star in 2003...named to AAU U-16 All-American team in 2003...Street & Smith's honorable mention All-American in 2003...first-team all-state each of her last three seasons at Ursuline...named the Division III Co-Player of the Year in 2003-04 after leading her team to a state championship with a 26-2 record...MVP of the state championship game as well as the semifinal game...Northeast Ohio Player of the Year each of her last three years...played in EA Sports/Adidas All-Star weekend...named Player of the Year by the Youngstown Vindicator...finished career 28th in Ohio history with 2,076 career points...also set a school record with 705 career assists, including 18 in one game against Youngstown Wilson...averaged 20.0 points, 6.9 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 3.1 steals during her four-year career while leading her team to an 86-17 record...sank 256 career 3-point baskets while shooting 39.6 percent from 3-point range...averaged 19.0 points, 8.5 assists, 5.9 rebounds and 3.2 steals as a a junior, averaged 18.9 points, 6.0 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 3.2 steals while guiding her squad to a 22-3 went 18-6 as a sophomore thanks to her 21.7 points, 5.9 assists, 4.6 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game...averaged 19.1 points, 6.1 assists, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 steals as a freshman while helping team finish 20-6...served as a team captain as a junior and a senior...also lettered in softball as a junior and senior...served on student council and class president as a junior, was part of Key Club as a sophomore and junior and was a member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Born March 26, 1986...daughter of Arnold and Thais Davidson...communication major.

Points: 20, vs. Illinois (2/28/08)
Field Goals: 6, twice (last vs. Purdue, 2/11/08)
Free Throws: 6, three times (last vs. Illinois, 2/28/08)
3-Point Field Goals: 5, at Old Dominion (12/2/07)
Rebounds: 4, twice (last at Hartford, 12/22/07)
Assists: 7, twice (last vs. Purdue, 2/11/08)
Steals: 2, six times (last at Purdue, 2/24/08)

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