Accolades: Named America East Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Week on March 17 in the wake of his effort in UMBC’s win over Maryland.
2008: After making just one appearance in 2007, he emerged as a “prime-time” player in his sophomore season… Finished fifth on the squad with 23 points… Scored his first two goals at Homewood Field against the top-ranked Blue Jays on March 4… Followed up with another two-goal effort four days later in a win over Yale… Capped his surge by scoring an unassisted goal with 1.5 seconds remaining in the third overtime period to give UMBC a dramatic 9-8 victory over sixth-ranked Maryland… Added two assists that night for his first career three-point effort… Also scored a goal and added two assists in the conference opener, a victory over Stony Brook… Posted only three points in the next six games, but was a key contributor in the come-from-behind win over Albany in the America East title game… Posted career highs in assists (four) and points (five) that evening, including the helper on Jamie Kimbles’ game-winning goal… The four assists tied a season high for a Retriever in 2008… Tied for team scoring honors with two (first half) goals and an assist in the NCAA Tournament game at Virginia.
2007: Talented midfielder who appeared in one game in his freshman season… Must display consistently to earn additional minutes.
Background: Majoring in media and communication studies... A highly decorated local athlete who selected UMBC “because is was close to home and the academics were strong”…A 2006 First-Team All-(Baltimore) City/County lacrosse selection… An All-MIAA B Conference selection in lacrosse and soccer in both 2005 and 2006… A three-year starter in soccer as a center midfielder and a starter at point guard in basketball… Lists best game as a four-goal, three-assist effort in a 8-7 win vs. St. Mary’s… Cousin of former Johns Hopkins All American Kyle Harrison… An accomplished pianist… Has a younger brother, Marrio, who is 17... Son of Marilyn Harris-Davis and Michael Davis… Born Apr. 23, 1988.