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4  Kalee Davidson
Kalee Davidson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
Fort Worth Christian

Last College:
UC Irvine

Position:
Forward

Experience:
TR


2006-07: A walk-on who sat out after playing two years at UC Irvine.

As a sophomore: Played in 19 games with six starts at UC Irvine ... averaged 3.4 points and 2.5 rebounds ... recorded a career-high eight points and five rebounds against New Mexico State.

As a freshman: Played in five games at UC Irvine ... averaged 1.8 points and 1.8 rebounds ... had two blocks and two assists.

High School: 2004 graduate of Class 4A Fort Worth Christian High School ... As freshman: Team was district champions ... As a sophomore: Team won state championship and district ... As a junior: Named MVP of state tournament ... team was district champions ... As a senior: Was Sonic High School Co-Player of the Year ... named Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Player of the Year ... first team all-state and all-district ... MVP of state tournament ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... had 24 points and 10 rebounds to help team win state championship ... basketball team compiled a 136-22 record in her four years ... averaged 12.2 points and 5.6 rebounds ... also played volleyball and softball and was first team all-state and all-district in both ... won softball state championship as a freshman ... also participated in track, cross country and golf ... high school basketball coach was John Anderson.

AAU: 2004 AAU team was National Champions ... an AAU All-American.

Personal: Kalee Davidson ... born January 5, 1986 in Amarillo, Texas ... daughter of Kenny and Susan Davidson ... both father and mother graduated from Abilene Christian University... father played football at ACU and is a high school football coach, and mother is a Texas history teacher and track coach ... has an older brother, Bryan, a twin sister, Kristee and a younger brother, Barrett ... sister plays basketball at ACU ... hobbies include drawing, sports, cooking, working out, religion and reading ... majoring in human development and family studies.

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