Rasheen Davis begins his second year with the Pitt men's basketball program as its Video Coordinator.
Davis has a diverse coaching background both at the collegiate and high school levels. He served the 2007-08 season as a program assistant for the men's basketball team at the University of Louisville. Among his many duties with the Cardinals, Davis assisted in opponent scouting and film breakdown, monitored on-campus recruiting efforts and facilitated the program's daily schedules.
Prior to his stint at Louisville, Davis served as the assistant boy's varsity basketball coach at national power Rice High School in New York City for two seasons (2005-07) under coach Maurice Hicks. During his two seasons at Rice, the program captured back-to-back New York State Archdiocesan championships and one city title in 2005-06, totaled a combined 57-9 overall record and finished both seasons ranked among the nation's top-25 teams. Additionally, he worked extensively with the New York Gauchos AAU Basketball program, assisting Coach Dwayne Mitchell with the Under-17 boy's team for three years. Combining his high school coaching tenure, Davis has coached one McDonald's All-American, three Jordan Brand National All-Americans and six Jordan Brand Regional All-Americans.
Davis worked three years as an assistant coach at his alma mater St. Thomas Aquinas College (2002-05) in Sparkill, N.Y. where he played for two years and coached under 500-game winner Dennis O'Donnell. He earned a bachelor's degree in social science from STA in 2002.
A Bronx, N.Y. native, Davis earned a Master's degree in guidance and counseling from the College of New Rochelle (N.Y.) in 2005.
Davis resides in Pittsburgh with his wife Evelyn and has a son Isaiah (6).
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