»Arkansas Academic Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) | Fall 2016
AS A SOPHOMORE (2017-18)
Kiara Williams significantly expanded her role in 2017-18 … Played in all 31 games with 30 starts … Twelve games in double figure scoring … Eight games with double digit rebounds … Four double-doubles (11 pts., 11 reb. vs. NMSU | 12 pts., 16 reb. vs Grambling | 15 pts., 14 reb. at Auburn | 25 pts., 10 reb. vs. Vanderbilt) … Score a career-best 25 points versus Vanderbilt (Feb. 28) in the first round of the SEC Tournament … Posted a career-best 16 rebounds twice, first at Kansas (Dec. 3) in the Big 12/SEC Challenge and again versus Grambling (Dec. 28) in the final non-conference game of the season … Finished the season TNo. 17 in rebounding with 6.8 rpg and No. 11 in field goal percentage with a .522 mark in all games … Ranked NO. 14 in blocks (0.9), No. 10 for offensive rebounds (3.0) in all games and No. 9 for field goal percentage (.540) and No. 13 for offensive rebounds (2.4) in SEC only games.
AS A FRESHMAN (2016-17)
Played in 20 games this year … Career-best nine points in 14 minutes against ULM … Earned first career start at LSU Jan. 29 … Shot 46.2%, grabbed 15 rebounds and scored 16 points in a run of four consecutive games as a starter.
AT LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HS
All-State honors as a junior … Named to the All-USA Arkansas Girls Basketball Second-Team as a sophomore … Averaged 14+ ppg as a junior … Also a member of the volleyball team … Selected Arkansas over St. John’s, Ole Miss, Missouri State and Southern Miss.
Born April 29, 1998 … Parents are Rodney Sr. and Domikia Davis … Parents are both in law enforcement … Younger siblings Jasmine and Rodney Jr. … Mother played basketball at Shorter College … Majoring in sport management at Arkansas and would like to be a high school or college coach.