Brett Davis
Brett Davis
Birth Date: 06/12/1979
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
High School: Palos Verdes
Position: Midfielder
College: 3L
One of only three seniors on this year's Bronco squad... the playmaker on this year's Bronco team... will be looked upon as a leader... a quick attacking midfielder... an offensive threat with great range... possesses strength and speed... a quick thinker... a natural athlete... an all-around fundamentally sound soccer player.

AS A JUNIOR IN 1999: One of eight Bronco veterans to see action in all 23 matches... earned the starting nod in 13 matches, including five of six West Coast Conference matches... totaled four goals and an assist for nine points... two goals were game-winners... recorded first point of the year in the first round of the Santa Clara Nike Classic, feeding Anthony Chimienti for a score during the Broncos' 4-1 victory against San Diego State on Sept. 23... netted the lone goal of the game against CS Sacramento at the 45:41 mark of the championship match of the Santa Clara Nike Classic... earned all-tournament honors... scored from 20 yards away at 88:15 to defeat visiting Gonzaga 1-0 on Oct. 8... tallied his final regular-season goal in a 4-0 victory against Portland on Oct. 30 at Buck Shaw Stadium... found the back of the net just 3:05 before halftime in the national quarterfinal match against Alabama-Birmingham, giving the Broncos a 1-0 lead at intermission... played in both NCAA College Cup matches.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 1998: Appeared in 22 matches while making 21 starts... earned second team All-WCC accolades... finished third on the team in scoring with 13 points (5 goals, 3 assists)... put his name on the Bronco scoring charts on Opening Night, feeding Anthony Chimienti for a goal during a 4-1 triumph over the College of Notre Dame... credited with the assist on the final goal of Santa Clara's 5-0 defeat of Xavier in the opening round of the USF/diadora Classic... in the championship game of that tournament, gave Santa Clara a 3-1 cushion over Air Force with a second-half goal... game-winning goal at 25:30 knocked off previously unbeaten Old Dominion in the opening round of the Nike/Tribe Soccer Classic... scored the final Santa Clara goal in a 3-0 win at Sacramento State on Sept. 27... assisted on the game-winning goal and scored the last of a three-goal, second half rally that defeated then-No. 22 Notre Dame 3-1... scored a second-half goal during a 2-0 home victory over San Francisco on Nov. 6.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 1997: Finished the season third on the team with 10 points... finished with four goals and two assists in 19 matches... finished second on the club with a pair of game winning goals... made his first career start on Aug. 31 at Cal State Fullerton... his first collegiate goal was the game-winner in a 1-0 upset victory over No. 9 George Mason... also scored the game-winner in a 4-1 triumph against Cal State Northridge in the Nike/Coca-Cola Classic... notched his first assist on Kyle Smith's game winning goal against league foe Gonzaga... gave the Broncos a 2-0 lead on a 35-yard blast into the upper right corner in an eventual 3-2 overtime win over Cal State Sacramento on Oct. 11... opened the scoring against San Diego with a 28-yard blast into the upper right corner in a 3-1 Bronco win.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL: Attended Palos Verdes Peninsula High School... played for Alan King... earned Bay League MVP and second team All-CIF honors as a senior... scored 21 goals and added 19 assists in his final season... spent time with Irvine Strikers, Ohio/Dynamo and Coastal Quest club teams... also lettered in basketball... excellent high school student who graduated with a 3.77 grade point average... majoring in business... parents are Joe and Beth Davis... born June 12, 1979 in Newport Beach, Calif.

Davis' Career Statistics
YearMatches-StartsShotsGoalsGW GoalsAssistsPoints

Davis' Career Honors Second Team All-West Coast Conference 1998 Honorable Mention All-West Coast Conference 1997 Santa Clara Nike Classic All-Tournament Team honors 1999