Allison Davidson is in her third season as the head coach of the St. John's women's tennis team. She was named head coach in August of 2005, upon the completion of her undergraduate studies at St. John's, and became one of the youngest coaches in Division I tennis at the time.
During her two seasons at St. John's, Davidson has compiled a 21-18 record. She coached the 2006-07 squad to a 7-11 record, including a 4-5 conference mark. She guided the team to an 11th place finish at the BIG EAST Tennis Championships in Tampa, Fla. to close out the spring.
After taking over the reigns of the program in 2005-06, she coached her first team to an impressive 14-7 record. That team would go on to place fifth at the BIG EAST Championships.
Prior to coaching at St. John's, Davidson spent time as the assistant pro at the Pine Hollow Country Club in Oyster Bay, N.Y.
As an undergraduate at St. John's, Davidson was an integral part of the women's tennis program. She went undefeated in regular season play during her senior year, posting a perfect 13-0 record in singles action. She was named the most valuable player of the 2003-04 women's squad and was part of the Red Storm team that was ranked in the top 75 in the country during the 2004 spring season.
Davidson graduated magna cum laude from St. John's University in 2005 and was the recipient of the University's Golden Key Award for excellence in journalism. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing from St. John's.