Active from 1998-2002 • Inducted in 2013
Davis was a four-time All-NWC First-Team selection as a four-year starter on the men's basketball team and was named to the 2002 Division III All-American Second-Team. He currently is second in the L&C record books for all-time career points with 1,949, is third in assists with 376, and third in steals with 179. While Davis was on the team, men's basketball advanced to the national tournament three years, making it to the Sweet Sixteen in 2002.
After a successful career for the Pioneer basketball team, Scott Davis graduated in 2002. He went on to receive his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Oregon State University in 2008. He is now a pharmacist at Bi-Mart, where he also manages the pharmacy. Scott currently resides in Eugene, Ore. with his wife, Maria, who is also a graduate of Lewis & Clark. They have two children, Dakota, and Declan. His hobbies include golf, landscaping, wakeboarding, and spending time with his family.
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