Tania Davis is in her first year with the Iowa women’s basketball program. Davis was an assistant coach for Omaha women’s basketball from 2021 to 2023. During her time with the Mavericks, the program won 22 games and advanced to the Summit League Championship in 2022-23. She had a two-year stint as a women’s basketball graduate assistant at Clemson. While with the Tigers, she oversaw the team managers, while assisting with individual workout plans, recruit visits and film breakdown.
The Davis File
- Works closely with Iowa student-athletes, helping them develop into strong leaders and role models in the Iowa City community
- Assists the basketball staff in the day-to-day activities of the program
As A Student-Athlete
- She was tabbed an All-Big Ten Honorable Mention in 2019 and named to the 2016 Big Ten All-Freshman Team
- As a senior, Davis became the 36th Hawkeye to reach 1,000 career points. She ended her career with 1,007 points and scored double figures in 18 games. During the year, Davis notched new career single-season highs in points, rebounds, assists, field goals made, and 3-point field goals made. Davis finished the year with 162 assists, which ranked second on the team. Davis also helped lead the Hawkeyes to a Sweet Sixteen appearance in her senior campaign.
- In 2017-18, Davis made 12 starts and recorded double figures in seven of those games. As a junior, Davis averaged 9.7 points, 5.2 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game. She shot over 41 percent from 3-point range finishing the season with 21 triples.
- Davis started 23 contests before tearing her ACL as a sophomore in 2016-17. She scored double-digits in 14 of those games. Davis led the team in free throw shooting percentage.
- In her debut season, Davis logged minutes in every game and made 16 starts. She led the Hawkeyes with 111 assists, which ranks second in the program for a freshman.
- Graduated with a health and human psychology degree from Iowa in 2019
- Earned her master’s in athletic leadership from Clemson in 2021