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Emmett Davis

 
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Emmett Davis begins his fifth season as an assistant coach at Navy and his 17th season at the U.S. Naval Academy in all in the fall of 2019.

Davis brings a wealth of experience as a successful Division I assistant and head coach to the program. At Navy he plays a key role in both recruiting and player development, works with the post players and assists head coach Ed DeChellis with implementing the defensive game plan which blends man-to-man with 2-3 zone. He also serves as the admissions liaison for the program and assists with opponent scouting, game day preparation and Navy basketball alumni relations.

At Navy (2015-16 to present)
Davis returned to Navy as an assistant coach prior to the start of the 2015-16 season. The Mids compiled a 19-14 record that season and finished Patriot League play with a 9-9 record to tie for fourth place. Navy improved upon its league win total the next season (2016-17) as it totaled a 10-8 record, placed solo fourth and advanced to the semifinal round of the Patriot League Tournament for the first time since 2001.

Navy took another step forward in the 2017-18 season as the Mids won 20 games (20-12) for the first time in 18 years and set a school record for wins during a Patriot League season with an 11-7 record. The Mids would tie for third place in the league standings that year, the best for the program since a third-place showing during the 2008-09 season.

Last year (2018-19), Navy faced the toughest strength of schedule in the league and finished with a 12-19 overall record. Picked eighth at the start of the season, the Mids ended the year in a tie for fifth place in the final standings with their 8-10 record and reached the semifinal round of the league tournament for the second time in three seasons.

Navy has compiled an overall record of 67-61 and a league regular season record of 38-34.

At St. Lawrence (1980-81 to 1983-84)
Davis attended St. Lawrence (Canton, N.Y.) where he played his first two seasons under future Navy head coach Paul Evans. He spent his senior season (1980-81) as an assistant coach with the Saints before graduating with a degree in government. Davis joined the coaching staff after graduation and spent three seasons as a full-time assistant coach, during which time he also attained a master’s in education (1984) from the school.