|College:||UC Berkeley (1995)|
|Position:||Associate Head Coach|
Bradley Davis was named the Tigers' Assiociate Head Coach in June of 2012 after spending his first six seasons as an assistant coach on Pacific's bench. Involved with all aspects of the program, Davis' biggest responsibilities come as the recruiting coordinator for the Tigers.
In addition, Bradley coaches the Tigers' posts on the practice floor. Outside of the basketball arena, Davis runs the Tigers' academic support program for its student-athletes. Acting as a second advisor to the players, he ensures that they are primed for success in the classroom as well as on the court.
Prior to coming to Pacific, Davis was the varsity girls' head coach at Chico High School in 2005-06, where he coached the Panthers to a Northern Section CIF Division I Championship. From 2003-05, Davis was the head coach at Durham High School, where he went 52-10 over two seasons. Overall, as a head coach, Davis posted a 78-13 (.857) record.
In addition to his coaching, Davis spent eight years as an English teacher at Chico High School. He earned his bachelor's degree in English from California in 1995 and his teaching credential from Chico State in 1998.
Originally from Southern California, Davis spent most of his youth overseas with his family, living in Zaire, South Africa, Bahrain and Geneva, Switzerland, where he graduated from high school.
Davis now resides in Stockton, Calif., with his wife, Corrie Nichols Davis. Basketball runs deep throughout the family as the couple met on the sidelines while coaching together. They have been married for seven years and have two daughters, Genevieve and Esme.