3 - Myles Davis
|High School:||North Delta Secondary|
UC Santa Barbara 2006: His personal goal this season is to win a national championship. 2005: Davis appeared in 17 of UCSB's 21 matches, including the first 10 to start the season...He started five times, getting the call against Virginia, Portland, at Loyola Marymount, at Cal State Fullerton and against Cal State Northridge...Helped the Gaucho defense post shutouts in three of his starts...Recorded his third career assist when he teamed with Eric Frimpong to find Chris Pontius for a strike from 12 yards out for Santa Barbara's sixth goal of the game against Northwestern (9/9)...Also took two shots during his sophomore campaign...The Gaucho defense limited their opponents to one goal or less in 14 of the 17 matches Davis appeared in. 2004: Appeared in 15 of the first 17 matches of the season his first year with the Gauchos, missing most of the second half recovering from injury...He made 10 total starts, the fourth most by a first-year player on the team...Of the 15 matches that he appeared in, he helped UCSB's defense limit the opposition to one goal or less in 14 of them...Aided the Gauchos in posting shutouts in six of the ten games he started...Was one of four defenders on the squad to record an assist, tallying two on the year...Also notched two shots over the course of the season. National/Club Most recently competed for the Canadian U-20 National Team, earning four caps since being called up in April of 2004 for a pair of games in Turkey ...While with the U-20's they posted a 2-0-2 overall record, including two shutouts...Spent four years as a member of Canada's U-17 National Team, earning 15 international caps along the way...Helped anchor the backline for the U-17's as they came within one goal of qualifying for the Youth World Cup in 2003...Falling to Mexico in the final game of qualifying for the YWC is his most disappointing moment in sports...Member of British Columbia's Provincial Team from U-14's to U-17's...Helped British Columbia to a National Championship as a U-15 and a National Finals appearance as a U-17...Regards winning the National Championship as his most memorable sporting moment...Played club ball for the North Delta Select. High School Attended North Delta Senior Secondary where he played left mid and left back for the Huskies. Personal Myles Cooper Washington Davis was born July 29, 1986 in Delta, British Columbia...Is a communication major at UCSB and is pursuing a minor in sports management...Looks to become a professional soccer player upon graduation...Regards the Gauchos' win over VCU in front of 11,215 fans in Harder Stadium in 2004 as his most memorable moment in sports...Roots for the Premiership's Arsenal...He cannot do without his photo albums...Would love the opportunity to play alongside Roberto Carlos...When not playing soccer he enjoys just hanging out with friends...His favorite movie is "He Got Game"...Enjoys watching "Family Guy"...Likes to read "Four Four Two" magazine...His favorite video game is "FIFA 2004"...Old Trafford is tops on his list of stadiums he would like to play in...Before every game he listens to music...Can best be described as laid back...Has three older brothers, Dwayne, Cliffton and Greg...Son of Lloyd and Rosemary Davis. What is it that you bring to the UCSB men¹s soccer program and what would you like to help it accomplish? "Motivation, determination and hard work. My goals and dreams for this team have always been to get to the national championship and bring the title back for our school."