2013 SENIOR SEASON:
Started in 32 games for the season as a senior playing primarily first base recorded only three errors on the season hit .155 from the plate with a .253 on-base percentage scored two-out single against Florida State (March 17)went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI and scored one run to help sweep Iowa (March 23) tallied two RBI against Wisconsin (April 7)hit first home run of the season against Albany (Feb 22) with second against Illinois (April 13)notched first RBI of the season Albany (Feb 22), going 2-for-3 with a triple scored one run against Iowa State (April 24) batted 2-for-3 with a double, a run and two RBI vs. Penn State (May 10).
Transitioned from third base to first base and started all 53 games at first recorded only three errors on the season hit .203 from the plate while posting a .399 on-base percentage finished tied for second in the Big Ten in hit by pitched (13) and ninth in walks (30) went 2-for-3 and recorded first hit of the season in a 2-1 loss at UNLV (Feb. 11) hit 4-for-9 from the plate at the UNLV Tournament notched first RBI of the season against Iowa State (Feb. 17) in a 2-for-3 performance belted first home run of the year in the team's second meeting with Iowa State (Feb. 19) recorded three RBI in a 2-for-3 performance against James Madison (Feb. 24) tallied a three-run homer against Cleveland State (Mar. 2) went a perfect 1-for-1 from the plate against Ohio (Mar. 3) while tallying three walks and two RBI notched first career triple against Providence (Mar. 9) scored three runs while knocking in two on her third home run of the season against Idaho State (Mar. 17) reached base four times in the final game of the Illinois series (Mar. 25) with three walks and a hit by pitch went 2-for-6 in the Nebraska series (Mar. 31-Apr. 1) while also being walked five times and hit by a pitch once launched a three-run homer in the series finale against Wisconsin (Apr. 7) went 1-for-2 with a double in the series opener against Purdue (May 5).
2011 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Started all 55 games as a sophomore in 2011 recorded a .240 batting average (41-for-171) scored 21 runs and tied for the team lead with 35 RBI had 14 extra-base hits (nine triples and five home runs) -- both figures finished second among Gopher players last season recorded 20 walks and eight HBP collected a .380 slugging percentage and a .345 on-base percentage went 1-for-1 on stolen base attempts posted a .956 fielding percentage earned second letter recorded a seven-game hitting streak from Feb. 19-26, which boosted her batting average to .348 during the streak, she tallied four hits and three RBI versus Morehead State (Feb. 25) had batting average of .357 (5-for-14) at the Wildcat Invitational in Tuscon, Ariz. (Mar. 4-6) filled the box score in the second game of a doubleheader against Iowa State (April 7)by notching two hits, scoring three runs, knocking in two RBI and stealing a pair of bases acquired two hits and one RBI versus Michigan State (April 30) to cap off the month hit a walkoff RBI single against Illinois to end the season with a 3-2 win.
2010 FRESHMAN SEASON:
Started all 53 games as a freshman named Third Team All-Big Ten led team with 10 home runs second on teamin hits (45) and batting average (.290) recorded three multi-homerun games one of three players to start every game in 2010(Abby Rehberger, Dannie Skrove) led team with 23 runs batted in led team with 114 assists tied for second on the team with 155 at bats (Abby Rehberger) earned her first start against Western Illinois(2/11)where she had one run and an RBIin a 2-1 win went 2-for-4 against Iowa State (2/12) in her third career game and hit her first two collegiate home runs named Most Valuable Player as chosen by her teammates earned Minnesota's Co-Rookie of the Year award.
2009 graduate of Bishop Montgomery High School earned the reputation as a dangerous power-hitter played catcher and third base as a prep second in the Del Ray Conference in slugging percentage (.563) and on base percentage (.429) as a junior.
Daughter of Eddie Davis and Alice Enriquez-Davis majoring in Architecture and Art mother played basketball at UCLA.
GET TO KNOW ALEX DAVIS:
Why the University of Minnesota?
My decision to come to Minnesota was tough because I was nervous about going away from home, but I knew I was going to love it. I knew from the moment of my visit that Minnesota is where I wanted to go.
What is it like playing for Minnesota?
Playing for Minnesota is great! I'm glad to be playing Division I softball, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. Putting my jersey on and stepping on the field always gives me a wonderful feeling.
I call my dad before every game! He's my number one fan and gives me inspiration. I also put my uniform on in a certain order, and the top button of my jersey always has to be unbuttoned.
Game/Reality show you would like to be on?
I want to have my own TV show with Sara Moulton! I think we would make a great show and lots of people would watch.
Favorite place to eat in Dinkytown?
Five Guys because it's the closest thing around to In-N-Out.
If you could choose one person (past or present) to eat lunch with, who would it be and why?
I would choose John Wooden or Derek Jeter. Those two would just make me super happy.
Favorite thing to do in the Twin Cities?
Shop! I love to shop and there are so many malls in this area..it's heaven!
Favorite TV show as a kid?
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Rocket Power, Rugrats, Doug, Hey, Arnold...there are so many I can't name them all!
If you life had background music, what song/artist would be playing?
Beyoncé´would definitely be playing
Watching a game in Yankee Stadium
Traveling the World