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Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA) (L) introduces a new District of Columbia voting rights bill that would give the District a full vote in the house, at a press conference in Washington on May 11, 2006. Davis was joined by Del. Eleanor Homes Norton (D-DC) (C) and Rep. Harry Waxman (D-CA). (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
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Dr. Thomas "Dr. Tom" Davis (born December 3, 1938) is an American former college men's basketball coach. The Ridgeway, Wisconsin native was the head coach at Lafayette College, Boston College, Stanford University, the University of Iowa, and Drake University from 1971-2007.

He earned his bachelor's degree from University of Wisconsin–Platteville, master's degree from University of Wisconsin–Madison and his doctorate from University of Maryland.

Davis began his coaching career at Lafayette College in 1971. During his six year tenure at the school, he posted a 119-44 record, advancing to the NIT in 1972 and 1975. During 1972, one of Davis's assistant head coaches was Gary Williams, future University of Maryland head coach.

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