The Cardinals finished the year with a trip to the NCAA Sweet 16.
Louisville Men's Basketball Red-White Scrimmage | Oct 13, 2012
Doug Davenport, a program assistant at Xavier for two years, is in his second year on the University of Louisville men's basketball staff as Director of Video Operations.
He is responsible for advance scouting video of Cardinal opponents as well as evaluation video for UofL players.
While at Xavier, Davenport's primary responsibility was coordinating the program's video operations, including film breakdown, film exchange, and evaluation video for Xavier players. He also assisted the coaching staff in limited on-court activities during practice, as well as, advance scouting, on-campus recruiting, and assisting with the team's academics.
Davenport played four years at NCAA Division II Bellarmine, where his father Scott served as the head coach and is still the leader there. A Louisville native, Davenport was a four-time Academic All-Conference selection and 2010 cum laude graduate of Bellarmine, where he earned his degree in political science. He completed a master's degree in sport administration at Xavier in 2012.
Davenport was team captain as a senior in 2010 when Bellarmine won its first Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament Championship. The Knights advanced to the 2009 and 2010 NCAA Tournament, advancing to the 2009 Sweet 16. His senior class tied for the second most wins during any four-year span in program history at the time.