Zak Davis
George Washington University
Zak Davis
Assistant Coach
George Washington
Division 1

Zak Davis was named GW women's soccer assistant coach on May 21, 2018. In his first season with the Colonials, Davis helped GW post a 10-8-1 record and 6-4 mark in conference play. The Colonials also competed in the Atlantic 10 Championship for the sixth consecutive season, tying GWs longest streak in the A-10 tournament since 1993-98, the programs first years as an A-10 competitor.   Working primarily with GWs keepers, Davis helped starting GK Anna Tapen post a stellar season for the Buff and Blue between the pipes, earning a 0.812 save percentage, a mark that ranked second in the conference. Davis arrived in D.C. after spending the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant and assistant under Demko at UNC Ashville, where he helped train goalkeepers from both the men's and women's programs. Under his tutelage, his keepers amassed over 100 saves in 2016 and he helped one of his men's goalkeeper's to a top-four national ranking in total saves. Davis suited up as a goalie for the Bulldogs from 2012-16, recording 120 career saves. During his playing career at UNC Ashville, he was a two-year captain and finished in the top four in the country in saves per game and total saves his senior year. Davis also has experience coaching with the North Carolina Olympic Development Program, at the Academy One Goalkeeping Camp, and the Highland Football Club.