At the 2010 National Championships, Davis and White won their second national title.
They beat former training partners Belbin/Agosto, the first time they had ever done so, and led through all portions of the competition.
Davis/White won the 2009 Rostelecom Cup and the 2009 NHK Trophy, which qualified them for the 2009–2010 Grand Prix Final.
At the Grand Prix Final, they won the original dance and placed second in the free dance to win the title overall, becoming the first American ice dancers to do so.
At the 2011 World Championships, theyplaced second in the short dance by 0.53 points, with a score of 73.76 points.
In the free dance, they placed first with a score of 111.51 points, the highest free dance score that season.
In their second assignment, the 2008 Cup of Russia, they placed third in the compulsory dance but were eighth in the original dance after White fell twice and stumbled on twizzles.
Their results qualified them for the 2010–2011 Grand Prix Final where they successfully defended their title, scoring 68.64 in the short and 102.94 in the free for a total of 171.58 points. They earned 76.04 points for their short dance and 109.44 points for their free dance scoring a total of 185.48 points.
They won their 3rd consecutive national title at the U. At the 2011 Four Continents Championships, Davis/White placed second to Virtue/Moir in the short dance. Davis/White went on to win the free dance and the title with a total of 172.03 points.
Following NHK, they decided to make some adjustments to their free dance.
They earned an overall total of 156.68 and the gold medal.