Doug Davalos

Doug Davalos (born February 10, 1970)

Teams coached: Sul Ross State Lobos, Texas State Bobcats
Sul Ross State record^: 72-35 (.673)
Texas State record: 92-123 (.428)
Overall record: 164-158 (.509)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • Southland Regular Season Champion:  1  (2011)
  • American Southwest (Div III) Regular Season Champion: (2004)
  • NCAA Division III Tournament Appearances:  1  (2004)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2006-2013 Texas State
2002-2006 Sul Ross State
2000-2002 Eastern New Mexico (asst)
1995-1996 Auburn-Montgomery (grad. asst)
1994 Houston (student asst)

Doug Davalos Facts

  • Douglas Wayne Davalos
  • Born February 10, 1970
  • Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
  • Alma Mater: University of Houston (BS, 1994) / Auburn University at Montgomery (M.Ed, 1996)
  • Graduated from Houston in 1994, where he spent one season as a student assistant under Alvin Brooks
  • Next up was a stint as a graduate assistant at Division II Auburn-Montgomery (AL)
  • Spent four seasons as the head coach at Fort Stockton HS (TX), going 71-49 overall at the helm
  • Joined the staff at D-II Eastern New Mexico, working with the Greyhounds for two seasons
  • Was the head coach at D-III Sul Ross State (TX) for four seasons, compiling a 72-35 record overall
    • Won his division in the American Southwest three times, including an overall title in 2004
  • Left for Texas State in 2006, coaching the Division I Bobcats for the next seven seasons
    • Was 92-123 overall, highlighted by the 2010-11 season in which he won a share of the Southland title
  • Since 2014, Davalos has been the head girl’s basketball coach at Westwood HS in Austin, Texas
  • His father is Rudy Davalos, a former Texas State player who was later the athletic director at New Mexico

Doug Davalos Coaching Tree

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^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I and Division III levels