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Cassidy Davis


Cassidy Davis

Valrico, Fla.
high school

Career Honors


Sophomore Season (2018)

Played in 49 games, with 37 starts and 23 overall appearances in the circle for the Seminoles as she helped FSU to win the 2018 NCAA National Championship…posted a .248 batting average with four doubles, six home runs, 22 RBI, 12 runs scored and 17 walks at the plate…recorded a 1.85 ERA in 34.0 innings of work with 18 strikeouts and six walks as opponents batted just .232 against her on the season…pitched a scoreless fifth inning to close out the game against Portland State on February 9…crushed a pinch-hit, three-run home run against No. 14 Minnesota on February 17. Also pitched the final inning of that game and recorded a strikeout…combined with Meghan King to record a perfect game on February 23 against Northern Iowa. She added a home run and two runs scored at the plate during the game as well…struck out two batters in 2.0 scoreless innings of relief on March 3 against Hofstra…went 3-for-4 with a double, a home run, three RBI and two runs scored against Penn on March 8…retired all six batters she faced, including a strikeout, in the first game of a DH at North Florida…walked, hit a single and drove in a pair of runs in game two of a doubleheader at North Florida (3/10)…hit a solo home run and drew a walk on March 17 against Virginia Tech…launched two home runs and drove in a career-high six RBI in game one of the doubleheader against Troy on March 21…was 2-for-4 in game two against the Trojans with an RBI, and closed out the game with a scoreless inning in the circle…walked twice and scored a run against Syracuse (3/24)…allowed just one hit and struck out a batter in 1.0 innings of relief on March 25…did not allow a run in 2.2 innings of relief on April 13 at Boston College as the Seminoles came from behind to win 5-4…hit a single in the series finale against Louisville on April 23…gave up just one hit over 2.2 innings of relief in the series at Notre Dame on April 27-29…drove in a run with a bases-loaded walk against Jacksonville State on May 18…hit an RBI single to left in the NCAA Regional final against JSU (May 20)…walked and hit a single in the opening game of the 2018 NCAA Super Regional against No. 11 LSU on May 25…hit her fourth double of the season against LSU on May 26…drew a walk in the opening game of the 2018 WCWS against No. 3 UCLA on May 31, and also pitched to the final two Bruin batters of the game…gave up one run and three hits in 1.2 innings of an elimination game against UCLA on June 3 as the Seminoles advanced to the WCWS Championship Series for the first time in school history.

Freshman Season (2017)

A two-way player, Davis appeared in 33 games as a freshman and 25 as a pitcher, with 22 starts overall, including one in the circle…offensively, batted .242 on the year (15-for-62) with two doubles, two home runs, 11 RBI and nine runs scored…she also added 10 walks and two sacrifice flies…in the circle, she was 1-0 with a 1.96 ERA posting one save and helping complete eight shutouts…she allowed 41 hits and 17 runs (10 earned) over 35.2 innings with 15 walks and 17 strikeouts…drew a walk in her first career plate appearance on Feb 10 against Lipscomb…batted 2-for-2 with a walk and two runs scored against Furman on Feb 11…had a career night against Florida A&M on February 15, earning her first career pitching start and tossing 6.0 shutout innings with six strikeouts while facing just one over the minimum…she also went 2-for-2 at the plate against the Rattlers, including a walk and an RBI double…went 1-for-2 with a walk and a run scored against Nebraska on February 18…closed out the games against Northwestern (Feb 18) and Nebraska (Feb 19), tossing 2.0 scoreless innings each, giving up just one total hit and striking out two…went 1-for-3 with two RBI against Stanford on February 23…opened the season with 14.0 scoreless innings in the circle, before giving up two runs against San Diego State on February 24…struck out one in 1.1 scoreless innings against No. 14 Michigan on February 26…drove in a run and drew a walk against Georgia Tech on March 3…hit a double and scored a run in FSU’s win over GT on March 4…did not give up a hit in 2.0 innings against Canisius, walking one and recording two strikeouts…hit an infield single against Notre Dame on March 19, as well as pitched the final 2.0 innings of the game, allowing four hits and one walk with two strikeouts…needed just four pitches to record three outs and close out a 13-1 win at Virginia on March 24…retired all three batters she faced on March 25, including a strikeout, as FSU defeated Virginia, 8-0…had an RBI groundout at the plate on March 26 at UVA, as the Noles completed the sweep of the Cavaliers…allowed two leadoff hits on April 1, but got out of the inning having faced just three batters as Jessie Warren, Ellie Cooper and Carsyn Gordon combined for a triple play in the sixth inning…had a base hit at the plate and pitched a scoreless final inning on the road at Syracuse (4/8)…earned her first career save at Troy on April 18, tossing the final 3.0 innings and giving up just one unearned run. Also added a two-run home run at the plate in FSU’s 9-3 victory…drove in a run against UNC on April 29 and walked and scored one of her own on April 30.

High School

Graduated from Newsome High School in Lithia, Fla…helped lead the Wolves to the FHSAA 8A state championship in 2015…earned All-State First Team honors as she led her team with a 10-1 record in the circle, as well as hitting four home runs and driving in 24 RBIs at the plate…in the state title game, she had a home run and drove in three runs in Newsome’s 5-1 victory over Coral Reef…named Hillsborough County Player of the Year…was a member of the Tampa Mustangs travel team and hit .500 for the summer in 2015 while leading the team in ERA, strikeouts and fewest runs allowed…helped the Mustangs to the 2015 PGF 16U Premier National Championship, tossing 43.0 innings and allowing just one earned run throughout the tournament…selected to the PGF Southeast All-American team…ranked No. 25 on FloSoftball’s Hot 100 for 2016…academically, Davis finished in the top 10 percent of her class as has been on the Honor Court…chose Florida State over offers from Alabama and Stanford.