2013, 2014 and 2015 NSCAA Central Region Third-Team Member
2014 and 2015 All C-USA First Team & 2013 All C-USA Third Team
C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016)

2015 (RS JUNIOR): Recognized as both an All C-USA honoree (first team) an NSCAA All-Region (third team) for the third straight season ... joined former Miner standout Tameka Sumter (2007-09) as lone individuals in program history to secure All-Region accolades in three consecutive campaigns ... put together the most productive season to date of her career ... scored five goals while recording seven assists (tied fourth C-USA/72nd nation) for a total of 18 points ... the consistent production placed her eighth in C-USA for points per game (0.94) ... helped UTEP pace C-USA and rank among national leaders in assists/game (1.70-46th), goals per game (1.75-65th) ... the Miners were also second in C-USA and 54th nationally for points/game (5.2) ... recorded at least one point in eight different tilts, including four straight during non-conference action ... delivered the match winner against Grand Canyon (9/11) ... named the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week (9/14) after helping UTEP to three wins in five days ... factored in five of the Miners' six goals (one goal, four assists) in the wins at NM State (9/9), vs. GCU and at Nevada (9/13) ... helped UTEP set a tempo to its liking by virtue of her vision and ability to maintain possession on the pitch ... started all 18 matches she appeared in, logging an average of 89 minutes/game ... figure aided by playing more than 100 minutes in three separate contests ... was a weapon with her throw-ins, which essentially turned anything in the opponents final third into a set piece ... made an impact on defense with her play in the air, particularly on corner kicks.

2014 (RS SOPHOMORE): A team leader who garnered ample attention from the opposition but still excelled in all aspects of the game ... voted to the NSCAA/Continental Tire Division I Women's All-Central Region third team for a second straight year ... recognized as a All C-USA first-team member, after earning a spot on the third team as a freshman ... scored five goals, including a squad-high three during league action ... delivered the match winner against NM State (8/27), at Western Kentucky (10/10) and UTSA (10/19) ... assisted on the only goal of the game in a 1-0 UTEP triumph against Rice (10/5) ... was a weapon with her long throw-ins ... also made an impact on defense, particularly on set pieces thanks to her ability of winning balls in the air ... started all 21 matches and played 90+ minutes in eight contests.

2013 (RS FRESHMAN): Made full recovery from knee injury to turn in a stellar season as a redshirt-freshman ... tabbed to NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women's All-Central Region third team ... selected as an All C-USA third-team honoree while also landing on the league's All-Freshman Team ... started all 21 matches and earned the fourth-most minutes (1621) on the team ... tied for third on the squad in goals (three) and fourth in points (seven) ... provided the match winner in the 86th minute in a 1-0 conquest at Texas State (9/15) while also scoring against Abilene Christian (9/1/13) and at FAU (10/6) ... was a weapon as well with her long & accurate throw-ins ... lone assist on the year helped UTEP forge a 2-2 tie against Charlotte (10/11) ... played at least 75 minutes in 13 contests.

2012 (FRESHMAN): Sat out the season as a redshirt while recovering from a knee injury.

PRIOR TO UTEP:Four-year varsity player, who earned a multitude of honors during her career ... as a junior and sophomore was part of the team that made it to the State Semifinal ... selected to the All -State Tournament Team as a junior ... also received the honor in her sophomore ... other awards received include being tabbed second-team All-State, first-team All-Region, All-District, District MVP, Super Centex Team and chosen by fellow team mates as squad MVP ... honor of being elected to represent North Texas State ODP ... played club soccer for D'Feeters 95' ... was under the direction of Coach Shea Wilder and at the Midway High School for coach Bill Sharp.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Wendy Featherstone ... has two younger sisters ... is a kinesiology major.

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Aleah Davis

Aleah  Davis

RS Senior

Hewitt, Texas

High School:
Midway HS




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