At Missouri State: Katie Davis will battle for playing time as a returner for the Bears.
2011: Davis played in eight games in a reserve role in her first season with the Bears. She recorded a shot on goal against Oklahoma (9/4) in her third game of the year.
Background: Davis was a four-year letter winner and starter for head coach Todd Krey at Lee's Summit West. She led her team to four-straight conference championships while earning all-conference accolades each season. She was named to the all-district first team four-straight years. She holds the school record for assists and goals at Lee's Summit West. Davis was the Missouri Suburban Mid Six Offensive Player of the Year her junior season and was the team offensive player of the year her freshman campaign. While playing for club team KCFC Intensity, she won the Kansas State Cup Championship six times and the regional league championship three times. Her KCFC Intensity squad was ranked as high as No. 3 in the country during the 2010 season.
Personal: Davis is the daughter of Tom and Beth Davis and was born December 29, 1992. She is undecided on a major at Missouri State.