Brett DavisAssistant Coach
Alma Mater: Florida State '07
Brett Davis is in his third year as an Assistant Coach for the North Greenville University Baseball Team after serving as an intern at Clemson University with their Strength & Conditioning Program.
While at Clemson, Brett worked under the direction of Coach Dennis Love, Coordinator for the university’s Olympic Sports teams.
Brett’s focus was working with the over-handed teams that included baseball, volleyball, tennis, and rowing as well as working with the Clemson cheerleading squad where he helped team members develop a balanced nutritional strategy resulting in optimal performance.
A native of Clemson, South Carolina, Brett was a standout baseball and football player at Daniel High School. As a four-year starter for the Daniel Lions Baseball Team, he led the team in batting average, homeruns, and stolen bases and earned All Region Honors and was named to the Anderson Independent Newspaper All Area Baseball Team. Brett was also a running back on the Lion’s football team that won the 1998 State AAA Football Championship.
After graduating from Daniel, Brett received an offer to play college baseball at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida where he played for two years until shoulder problems derailed his promising future and eventually resulted in career-ending surgeries. Brett completed his undergraduate studies at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation and Leisure Administration. He is enrolled in North Greenville University’s MBA Graduate Program.