Al Davis enters his first season as an Assistant Coach for the Garden City Women's Basketball Program. Coach Davis spent the past two seasons at Bacone College in Muskogee, OK where he served as an Assistant Coach. While at Bacone, Coach Davis was in charge of all aspects of recruiting, scouting opponents, day-to-day operations, team travel, and film exchange. In addition to these roles, he also served as the Head Coach of the JV Women's Basketball team. In his two years with the program he recruited and coached four All-Conference players. In the 2017-18 season Coach Davis helped the program to a 16-14 record, the school's first winning season since 2010. Davis defensive mindset helped the Lady Warriors finish second in the nation in steals, while having two players Cierra Miles and Samantha Jackson rank 1st and 8th in the nation in steals.
Prior to Bacone College, Coach Davis spent one year at Dominican University in Chicago, IL where he served as and Assistant Coach to the women's basketball team and as the recruiting coordinator for the men's and women's tennis program. In his short time at Dominican, he helped bring in the largest recruiting class for the women's basketball program. Davis recruited Timiya Ray who made the Northern Athletic Collegiate Conference All-Freshman Team as well as First Team. Davis has spent six years coaching AAU Basketball with Toi Baylor and Baylor Basketball out of Northwest Indiana. In his time there he has helped produce twenty-six NCAA Division I athletes.
Al is from Gary, Indiana. He spent his first two years at Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, TX where he earned his Associates Degree in Computer Science. While at Lon Morris he helped lead the team to a 26-6 record his freshman year and also regular season champions in Region 14. He transfered to Bacone College in 2011 to finish out his playing career. In his time at Bacone he was team captain, received two NAIA Chmapions of Character Awards, and earned his Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice.
Coach Davis has great connections with AAU programs and high schools in the Midwest. He will be incharge of recruiting, working with guards, helping with summer camps, and monitoring study hall. Al is currently pursuing his Master's Degree in Sport Studies and Athletic Administration from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.