Entering second season at UW after transferring from SW Christian College in Texas ... boasts a leg of the 10th-fastest indoor 4x400m relay in UW history ... fully healthy after having been limited for much of 2004 by an injury ... teamed with fellow Husky Davaon Spence to win Jamaican national titles in the 4x100m and 4x400m relay events in 2002. 2004-05 Ran a personal best of 6.95 in the 60m dash at the MPSF Championships Prelim placing 10th...placed 3rd at the last chance qualifier in the 60m...was a member of the winning 4x100m team at the Pepsi Invitational. 2003-04: Suffered an injury early in the season that limited him throughout ... ran 16th in the 100m dash at the Pac-10 meet ... was Washington's No. 2 competitor in both the 100m and 200m ... at the WSU Dual, posted season-bests in the 100m (10.79) and 200m (21.74), and led UW's 4x100m relay to a season-best of 40.79 ... won the 100m at the Ken Shannon and Pepsi Invitationals ... ran sparingly indoors, at distances from 60m to 400m. 2002-03 (SW Christian College): Earned Academic All-America honors at Souhtwest Christian College ... placed 13th in the prelims of the 100m at the 2003 National Junior College Athletic Association Championships with a time of 10.77 ... was 17th in the prelims of the 200m at the same event ... led Southwest Christian to sixth in the 4x100m relay at the 2003 national meet ... clocked personal-best times of 10.50 for 100m and 21.50 for 200m at the 2003 Texas Christian Invitational ... led SWCC to fifth in the 4x400m at the 2003 Texas Relays ... named to the "Who's Who" of American junior colleges in 2003 for his athletic and academic excellence.
High School and Personal: Born Sept. 1, 1982 ... parents are Dolsie Lamey and Patrick Davidson, Sr. ... prep teammate of fellow Husky newcomer Davaon Spence ... teamed with Spence to win Jamaican national titles in the 4x100m and 4x400m relay events in 2002 ... ran in all preliminary and semi-final heats of both relays, but was injured for the finals ... won his semi-final heat of the 100m at the 1999 Jamaican National Boys and Girls Championships ... coached at St. Jago by five-time Olympian and three-time world champion Bert Cameron ... also excelled on the soccer field, and was recruited as a soccer player by the A-League Syracuse Salty Dogs.
Collegiate Best Marks
60m dash (indoor)....... 6.95
200m (indoor)....... 21.74
400m (indoor)....... 50.77