Paul Davis
Queens University of Charlotte
Paul Davis
Assistant Coach
Queens-Charlotte (NC)
Division 2

Coach Davis,  As a collegian, Davis had a stellar career at Winston-Salem State University, finishing his career as one of the top Forwards in school history. During his career, Davis was a four year starter, led the Rams in blocked shots for four straight seasons, and was the teams leading rebounder in three of the four seasons that he played. It took him just over two seasons to become the schools leader in blocked shots. He finished his career with a total of 209 blocked shots, more than doubling the previous record. He ranked 7th in the nation in blocked shots before falling to sixteenth in the nation after the first round of the NCAA tournament. As a junior Davis would test the waters by entering his name in the 2010 NBA Draft., but withdrew and returned to WSSU for his senior season. Davis finished his career with 986 total points and ranked 7th in school history with 839 rebounds. For his efforts, Davis earned several honors, including being named the Mary Garber WSSU Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2010 and the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Defensive Player of the Year in 2011. He also earned first team All-CIAA honors. He was also named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-Independent second team as well and com-pleted his career playing in the HBCU Classic All-Star game. Davis graduated Cum Laude from WSSU in 2012. Davis joined Bart Lundy's staff at Queens University of Charlotte in August 2018. In his first year, he helped Queens capture their first ever outright regular season conference championship (19-1). In 2018-2019, Queens posted a 31-5 overall record, its third-consecutive 30 win season. The royals would go on to win the Southeast Regional Championship and advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Championship.