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Perhaps more than any other adjective "consistent" characterizes the play of senior center Katy Davis.
A first year starter, Davis has more than adequately filled the void at center created by Tammy Butler's graduation, doubling her career average in points and rebounds this season.
Davis was recently named to the Ivy League Honor Roll for solid play againt Boston College and Arizons, netting 24 points in two games. The Needham, Massachusetts native also scored 10-points in Harvard's 92-70 victory over Dartmouth.
If the Crimson is to win the Ivy League, it will certainly need Davis's consistent hustle and scoring on the blocks.
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