Bennett Davison (born November 21, 1975) is a retired American basketball player who played professionally for over ten years, including several seasons in Italy's Lega Basket Serie A. Davison is also known for his success as a college player, where he was a starter on the University of Arizona's 1997 NCAA championship team.
Davison was born in San Francisco and raised in Sebastopol, California. He was lightly recruited after his high school career at Analy High School and landed at West Valley College, a community college. After two strong seasons, Davison attracted the attention of coach Lute Olson at Arizona, and was offered a scholarship with the Wildcats.
In his first season at Arizona, Davison started at power forward as the young Wildcats entered the 1997 NCAA Tournament as a #4 seed with a 19–9 record. They swept through the field to win the national championship, becoming the first team to beat three top seeds (Kansas, North Carolina and Kentucky) in the process. In Davison's senior season, the team returned all five starters and was ranked #1 in the preseason, but was upset in the regional final by Utah. For his Arizona career, Davison averaged 8.6 points and 6.5 rebounds per game and started 61 of 69 contests in his two seasons.
Following the close of his college career, Davison was not selected in the 1998 NBA draft. He instead began an overseas career, taking him to Turkey, Australia, Slovenia, Italy, Greece, Mexico, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic. He played in Lega Basket Serie A, Italy's top league, averaging 9.5 points and 5.8 rebounds in his three-year career there.