Annett Davis


Annett Buckner-Davis

Annett Davis teamed with Jenny Johnson Jordan to become the winningest USA men's or women's pro beach team in 1999. Together they won $202,500. Davis and Johnson Jordan won their first pro titles in 1999 by capturing events in Michigan and Portugal. The pair also finished second in the 1999 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Marseille, France. Davis competed two seasons on the four-person circuit where she teamed with Johnson Jordan, Gabrielle Reece and Stephanie Cox to lead the United States to the four-person title at the 1997 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Los Angeles. Davis competed in volleyball at UCLA where she started for four seasons. She earned All-league and All-American honors. Davis was the PAC-10's 1994 player of the year. Davis' father (Cleveland) played collegiate basketball at Jackson State and for two seasons with the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association. Davis' father scored 33 points for the Knicks in the March 2, 1962 game at Hershey, Pennsylvania when Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points for the Philadelphia (the Warriors won the game 169-147). She is married to Byron Davis, who is seeking an Olympic berth in swimming.

Position: OH Birthdate: September 22, 1973
Height: 5'11" College: UCLA
Residence: Los Angeles, CA Hometown: Carson, CA
Year in League: 3 Career Victories: 4

League Competition Summary

1996 - 4 Wins, Team Paul Mitchell (Captain - Janet Cobbs)
Wins at Huntington Beach, CA; Manhattan Beach, CA;
Hermosa Beach, CA; Seaside, OR

1995 - 0 Wins, Team Paul Mitchell (Captain - Liane Sato)

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