Guthrie alum and current Oklahoma City University’s basketball sophomore guard Emily Davis competed in her second NAIA Division I Final Four for the Stars Monday evening.
The Stars took on the top ranked NAIA team in the nation in Union University and played them in their own back yard in Jackson, Tennessee. Union’s (35-2) free throws with less then a minute secured a 63-61 win for the home team.
Oklahoma City had a 26 game winning streak snapped and finish the season with a 32-4 record. OCU and Union are the two winningest women’s team in NAIA over the past nine years.
Davis played in 35 of the Stars 36 games this season and shot a very respectable 48% from the field and 62% from the free throw line. In her freshmen season at OCU, Davis played in all 37 games.
She added 4o assists, 16 steals, and averaged three points a game in her sophomore campaign.
Davis was a 2008 Oklahoma Coaches Association and Oklahoma Girls Coaches Basketball Associations All-State selection her senior season and helped lead the Lady Jays to a regional championship. That season Davis averaged 15 points a game.
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