Updated: May 25, 2016
2015 Third-Team Mid-Atlantic Region selection
2016: Started 43 games, appearing in 46 … Leadoff hitter … Led the team with 13 multi-hit games ... Recorded the second highest batting average (.299) and slugging percentage (.520) ... Ties for second-most doubles (10) and home runs (six) … Collected 21 putouts, assisting one from centerfield … Scored a season-high two runs seven times … Logged two hits versus No. 2 Michigan and No. 6 James Madison … Notched two hits in three consecutive games against Elon and Virginia … Slugged a pair of doubles, scoring one run versus No. 20 Notre Dame during the ACC Championship.
2015: A third-team Mid-Atlantic All-Region Selection by the NFCA … A first-team all-state selection by VaSID … A second-team All-ACC selection by College Sports Madness … Tech's leadoff batter and starting center fielder since day one … Played in and started 51 games, 43 in center field, two in left field and four as the designated player … Missed the final seven games of the regular season with a sprained right ankle … Returned for the ACC Softball Championship and NCAA Tournament as the designated player … Led the team with a .332 batting average … Had 52 hits, including 12 doubles and four home runs … Drove in 23 runs and drawn 25 walks … Had four stolen bases and scored 35 runs … Recorded 14 multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI games … Scored seven game-winning runs and had two game-winning hits … A member of the 2014-15 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Graduated with honors from North Iredell High, where she played softball for coach Lauren Gaither … A four-time all-state player … A four-time all-county selection … Named all-conference and all-district as a senior despite missing some time with an ankle injury … Hit .404 with a .712 slugging percentage, 16 RBIs, 16 runs scored, five doubles and four home runs … The District 7 Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior … Had the highest batting average (.417), slugging percentage (.690) and on base percentage (.449) in the state for the 8A level as a junior … Had 22 RBIs, scored 22 runs and stole eight bases …Had four home runs, including a grand slam … Hit .515 as a sophomore with a .772 slugging percentage and a .546 on base percentage … Had 12 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 24 RBIs and 34 runs scored … A member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, and was a NC Scholar … Played travel ball for Coach Mike Ward and Team NC.
Personal: Breanna Jo Davenport was born January 6, 1996 in Statesville, NC … The daughter of Joe and Jennifer Davenport … Has an older sister, Timber … Majoring in sociology.