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Notes: Josh Davis leaves Wyoming as only the third player in school history to score over 1,400 career points (1,439) and grab over 900 career rebounds (956). The only other two Cowboys to accomplish this feat were former NBA players Fennis Dembo, who played at Wyoming from 1985-88, and Reginald Slater, who played at UW from 1989-92.
Davis was named honorable mention All-American by the Associated Press in 2002 and first team All-District 13 for the second consecutive year, as selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He was also All-District 8 for the second consecutive year as selected by the United States Basketball Writers.
Ended his Wyoming career ranked No. 1 in school history in career games started (115), No. 2 in career rebounds (956), No. 2 in career blocked shots (173), No.4 in career steals (140) and
No. 13 in career scoring (1,439). As a junior, Davis was selected the MWC player of the year by media members.