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Elisha Davis
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Elisha Davis 1261897
Position: Guard
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Oakland, Calif.
High School: Berkeley HS
Major: Communication
Experience: 1 Letter


• Played in 132 career games with 72 career starts (started the last 70 games of her career).

• Led the team in assists three straight seasons (2014-16).

• Concluded her career No. 2 on ASU’s all-time list for career assists (483). Also finished 2nd on ASU’s all-time list for most career assists in the NCAA Tournament (34).

• Earned Pac-12 First-Team All-Academic honors in 2016 and Second-Team recognition in 2014 and 2015.

• Started every game in 2014-15 and led the team in assists (4.5 apg - 3rd in Pac-12) and FT pct. (80.0), was 2nd in 3-pointers (38), 3rd in steals (1.1 spg), 4th in scoring (7.5 ppg) and 5th in FTs made (48) and attempted (60).

• Played in every game (3 starts) as a sophomore in 2013-14 and led team in assists (2.8 apg), was 2nd in FT pct. (79.1) and 3rd in 3-point FGs (19).

• Played in all 31 games as a freshman in 2012-13 (one start).

• Earned her degree (Communication/graduated with 3.81 GPA) in December 2015 and is working on Master’s in Communication.

• In 2016 was named one of 30 candidates for the 2016 Senior CLASS Award® in women’s basketball. 

• Was ASU’s student-athlete representative at 2015 Pac-12 Media Day.


• Earned Pac-12 All-Conference honors (coaches) and was named to the Pac-12’s All-Defensive Team (coaches and media).

• Started every game and led ASU in assists (5.0 apg/3rd in Pac-12), was 2nd in 3-pointers (34), tied for 2nd in steals (1.5 spg) and 5th in rebounding (2.5 rpg).

• Dished out 5 or more assists 20x, including a career-high-tying 11 vs. Marquette (Dec. 19). Also, has had 16 games with 2 or fewer turnovers.

• Scored in double figures 15x, and also scored 10 or more points in the 2nd half 4x: at SMU (15), vs. Florida State (10), at Washington (10) and at Oregon (10).

• Knocked down single-game, career-high three 3-pointers 5x.     

• Scored all 15 of her points in the 2nd half of ASU win at SMU (Nov. 21) 

• Scored 10 points to go along with 5 assists and zero turnovers vs. No. 2 South Carolina in Hawaii (Nov. 27).

• Scored 9 points to go with a career-high 10 rebounds and 6 assists in win at No. 19 Syracuse (Dec. 12).

• Outstanding all-around effort in win vs. Marquette (Dec 19) produced first career double-double – 11 points, 11 assists and 4 rebounds.

• Tied career high with three triples in win over No. 9 Stanford (Jan. 4).

• Scored 10 of her 13 points in the 4th quarter and had second consecutive game with career-best 3 triples in win at Washington (Jan. 8).

• Averaged 12.0 points and 5.5 assists (zero turnovers) in ASU’s wins over Colorado (Jan. 15) and Utah (Jan. 17).

• Spectacular effort vs. Arizona (Jan. 22) included 16 points to go with 5 assists and a career-high 5 steals.

• Scored all 10 of her points in 2nd half of ASU’s win at Oregon (Jan. 29).

• Scored 8 of her 10 points in the 4th quarter of win vs. No. 14 UCLA (Feb. 5).

• Tied career high with 3 triples, scored 11 points and had 6 assists (zero turnovers) in Senior Day win vs. Washington (Feb. 21).

• Led ASU’s offensive effort in the NCAA Tournament. Averaged 15.5 points and 6.0 assists ,while connecting on 60 percent of her shots vs. New Mexico State (Mar. 18) and Tennessee (Mar. 20). Closed out her ASU career with a career-best 18 points and tied her career high with three 3-pointers vs. Tennessee.


• Started every game and led the team in assists (4.5 apg - 3rd in Pac-12) and FT pct. (80.0), was 2nd in 3-pointers (38), 3rd in steals (1.1 spg), 4th in scoring (7.5 ppg) and 5th in free throws made (48) and attempted (60).

• Earned Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic honors. 

• Had 5 or most assists 17x (9 or more assists 4x), including a career-high 11 at Illinois State (Dec. 16). Equally important, she had 18 games with 2 or fewer turnovers – 2 (7x), 1 (7x), 0 (4x). 

• Scored in double figures 13x.

• Posted a career-high 11 assists with zero turnovers in win at Illinois State (Dec. 16).

• Was named to the ASU Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 11.5 points and 7.5 assists in ASU’s wins over Lehigh (Dec. 20) and Northwestern (Dec. 21). Scored a career-high 16 points (5-8 FGs, 4-5 FTs) in the win over Northwestern.

• Scored 13 points and handed out 5 assists in win vs. Washington State (Jan. 5).

• Strong all-around effort in win at Arizona (Jan, 8), included  8 points, 9 assists and career-high 7 rebounds.

• Scored 8 of 10 points in 2nd half of win at Stanford (Jan. 19).

• Scored 10 points, including career-best three 3-pointers, to go along with 9 assists and 3 steals in win vs. Oregon (Jan. 23).

• Dropped in 10 points vs. Cal (Feb. 8).

• Scored all 8 of her points in the 1st half at Oregon State (Feb. 13).

• Accounted for 10 points and 7 assists in win at UCLA (Feb. 20).

• Played career-high 37 minutes and scored 11 points to go along with 5 assists in win at USC (Feb. 22).

• Scored all 6 of her points in Pac-12 Tournament semifinal vs. Stanford (Mar. 7) on consecutive 3-pointers in the 2nd half (4:00 and 2:53). Each triple brought ASU within a point of the Cardinal after being down by as many as 13 with 8:56 remaining. 

• Banked in 26-footer to beat the shot clock late in ASU’s 57-54 come-from-behind win over UALR in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 23).


• Earned Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic honors.

• Played in every game (3 starts) and led the team in assists (2.8 apg), was 2nd in FT pct. (79.1) and is 3rd in 3-point FGs (19).

• Grabbed 5 or more rebounds 6x (tied her career high with 6 vs. Colorado on Feb. 21).

• Scored career-high 11 points and had 5 assists vs. Providence (Nov. 23).

• Accounted for 8 points and had 4 rebs in win over Illinois (Nov. 28).

• Scored all 10 of her points in the 2nd half and OT of ASU’s win over Long Beach State (Dec. 8). Also added 4 assists.

• Scored 10 points, to go along with 4 assists and 5 rebounds in win at Cal State Fullerton (Dec. 14).

• Scored 8 points, grabbed 5 rebounds and dished out a career-high 7 assists at Washington (Jan. 5).

• Scored 9 points (4-4 FTs) and had 6 assists in win over USC (Jan. 10).

• Tied career high in scoring with 11 points vs. Oregon (Feb. 2).

• Had 5 assists and tied career high with 6 rebs vs. Colorado (Feb. 21).

• Made 2nd start of the season and tied her career high with 11 points to go along with 5 assists in NCAA Tournament win vs. Vanderbilt (Mar. 22). Also started second round NCAA contest vs. Notre Dame (Mar. 24).


• Played in all 31 games (one start).

• Recorded four or more assists seven times, including a season-high six assists at Washington (Jan. 4).

• Pulled down five or more rebounds four times, including a season-high six rebounds vs. Dayton (Dec. 2).

• Scored a career-high nine points (4-7 FGs) in ASU’s win over UNI (Nov. 23).

• Scored eight points in win at Boston College (Dec. 9).

• Made first career start vs. Washington (Feb. 3).


• A 2012 graduate of Berkeley High School (Berkeley, Calif.).

• Was named the Division I Player of the Year by in 2012, as she helped lead her team to the state title game for the second consecutive season.

• Led Berkeley in scoring (13.1 ppg) and also averaged 4.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 2.7 steals, and shot 39 percent from 3-point range.

• Earned first-team, All-East Bay from the Bay Area News Group and first-team, All-Metro from the San Francisco Chronicle

• As a junior, led the team with 60 3-pointers and was named to the All-East Bay girls' basketball third team.

• Scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers in state title game.

• Was listed by Blue Star Basketball as the No. 131 player overall.


• Major: Communication Minor: Social Welfare

• Parents are Deatrese Bonner and Zeddie Smith.

• Has five siblings: Edward Davis (23), Maurice Davis (22), Amber Smith (24), Zyanna Smith (13), Selena Smith (22).

• Hobbies include dancing, listening to music, reading, watching TV.

• Born June 21, 1994 in Oakland, Calif.

• Full name is  Elisha Nicole Davis.

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