Justin Davies, the son of Robert and Cynthia Davies, is a 1994 Graduate of West Babylon High School. Justin left his mark in West Babylon as an outstanding athlete and individual. During his years at WB, he was all-league and all-county in football and was an all-league and key member of both the 1993 and 1994 Long Island Large School Championship teams. Justin always gave of his personal time to lead and participate in both baseball and football clinics for the youngsters in the district. He was always the first volunteer to arrive and the last to leave. Justin then went on to Nassau Community College in 1995 and 1996 where he was a standout in both football and baseball. In football he played in two Bowl games and was designated an All-Region player two times.
His next step was Queens College, where he was on a baseball scholarship and was a major contributor to the team that won back to back conference titles and a NYCAC Tournament Title. Justin was named as a Division II All-American in 1998 and holds many records for Queens College. At the end of his career at Queens College he was drafted 23rd by the Toronto Blue Jays and played in the Jays organization from 1998-2000.
Justin then played in the inaugural season for The Long Island Ducks from 2000 -2005 where he left his mark with the Ducks as a fan favorite and with several team records. He was a two time Atlantic League All-Star, the MVP of the 2004 Championship. When he retired on 2005, he held four team records. At the time, Ducks principal owner Frank Bolton said “There’s no replacing someone like Justin, he is the personification of a team player”. In 2015 the Ducks, who recognized his impact on the fans and organization, retired Justin’s number 4. The number 4 is the first Ducks uniform number to be retired and will never be worn by another player.
Justin now resides in North Carolina with his lovely wife Jaslyn, and three beautiful children, Angelina, Christian, and Mathew. Justin joined the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in 2006 where he continues to serve the Community both in the Department and through volunteering. Justin is also the head varsity coach of the very successful Hickory Ridge HS softball program.