|Hometown:||Studio City, Calif.|
|High School:||Bishop Alemany|
McDavid had a stellar campaign as a true freshman playing in all 32 games with 24 starts for the Tigers. McDavid finished with 317 points in 805 minutes played. McDavid scored in double-digits 18 times with a season-high 17 points twice. She tallied two double-doubles and grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds against Seattle University (Dec. 17). McDavid averaged six rebounds per game and shot 50.4 percent from the field. She was named to the WCC All-Freshman Team and earned WCC Honorable Mention.
Anaya Brooklyn McDavid is a 6-1 forward out of Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, Calif. McDavid averaged 14.9 points and 9.8 rebounds per game by hitting 61 percent from the field, earning Encino native won the most improved player and best offensive player awards for the Warriors, as they finished 24-11 last season. At 7-2, Bishop Alemany finished second in the Mission League. As a junior, she was part of the Mission League champion squad at 7-1 and 24-7 overall for coach Bryan Camacho's Warriors. Prior to her two years at Biship Almany, McDavid attended Kenwood Academy in Chicago. She also played a season with Cal Swish EYBL at the Nike Nationals. McDavid was also on the Alemany track team, competing in the 1,600-meter relay and the high jump and qualifying for the state tournament in Chicago.
Her accolades during her four years include being chosen to the All-City Team from the Girls Basketball Public League by the Chicago Tribune and as an All-Star for the Windy City AAU Basketball Classic.
"Brooklyn has an exciting combination of height and athleticism," Davis said. "However, it's her work ethic and drive that should make her a fun player to watch in the WCC. Brooklyn is a phenomenal rebounder and someone who can really run the floor. She should fit in quickly as a Tiger both as an athlete and in the classroom."