JUNIOR (2005-06): Annie Davies ppened the season battling with a knee injury...started the season playing in the number four slot but moved into the number three spot by season's end...posted a 7-5, 6-3 win in the Big East Tournament match against Seton Hall...posted an 18-11doubles record...starts her senior season just 11 wins shy of joining the 100-Victory Club...Big East Academic All-Star and ITA Scholar Athlete.
SOPHOMORE (2005): Led the team in doubles wins with a 15-5 record and went 15-12 in singles play...named team MVP for the second straight year...became eighth player in school history to earn such honors two times during a career...moved into 12th place on the all-time list for most doubles victories in a season...named to the ITA All-Academic team for the second consecutive year.
FRESHMAN (2004): Finished the season with 15-9 singles record and 14-14 slate in doubles play...29 combined victories were most on the team...voted co-MVP of the Panthers...named a Big East Academic All-Star...also named to the ITA All-Academic Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of Parkersburg High School where she played for Gene Marchetti...finished undefeated her junior year in doubles and was state doubles champion...was a state semifinalist in singles her sophomore and junior seasons.
PERSONAL: Born April 25, 1985...daughter of Thomas and Sandra Davies...has one sister, Ellen...undeclared major.
"Annie has a very balanced game. She is able to use a lot of top spin or to attack you. She's very consistent, can change the pace or direction of the bar, and is a very good doubles player. More importantly, she also adds the element of leadership in terms of academics."
Four Pitt Teams Earn APR Public Recognition Awards from NCAA
Washington Named to All-ACC Third Team
Panthers Fall Short to Notre Dame
Pitt to Face Notre Dame in ACC Tourney
Pitt Drops Regular Season Finale at No. 3 North Carolina
Panthers Travel to No. 3 North Carolina Saturday