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Marcie Hampton

OH

Height
6' 1"
CLASS
Jr
Hometown
Gainesville, Fla. (P.K. Yonge)
School

Club: Gainesville Juniors
Major: Telecommunications

Career Honors: AVCA third-team All-American (2007) … Volleyball Magazine honorable mention All-American (2007) … AVCA All-South Region (2007) … AVCA All-South Region Honorable Mention (2006) … First-team All-SEC (2007) … Second-team All-SEC (2005, 2006) … SEC All-Freshman Team (2004) … ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III second team (2007) … ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III third team (2005) … SEC Academic Honor Roll (2005, 2006, 2007) … SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll (2004).

As a Senior (2007)
Won a bronze medal with the U.S. Women’s National Team at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and also saw action with the squad at the Pan American Cup in Colima, Mexico … AVCA third-team All-American … Volleyball Magazine honorable mention All-American … AVCA All-South Region … First-team All-SEC … SEC Academic Honor Roll … ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III second team … SEC Offensive Player of the Week (10-8) … Campus USA Credit Union Invitational all-tournament team … Finished her career as Florida’s career leader in attacks (4,204), while also ranking second in digs (1,384), fifth in kills (1,471), and sixth in points (1,692.5) … Owns the school rally-scoring record for career digs, and stands second in kills, kills per game (3.34) and points … Concluded her tenure at UF as one of just 12 players in school history to average at least 3.00 kills per game for her career … Posted a career-high 16 double-doubles as a senior, finishing her career with 43 … Led the Gators in kills 19 times on the year, while also leading in attacks 23 times and points 17 times … Collected 14 kills, four digs, two blocks and an ace in the Long Beach State match before suffering a ruptured Achilles’ tendon that ended her season … Recorded 20 kills, 14 digs, two aces and two blocks en route to a season-high 23.5 points in the win over Yale … Set the UF career attacks record in the home win over Alabama, finishing with 19 kills on 43 swings … Also added 10 digs and three aces against the Crimson Tide to mark her third-straight double-double … Turned in her second-consecutive double-double with 17 kills and 19 digs in the road win over Kentucky … Posted a match-high 18 kills and a team-high 16 digs in the road win over Tennessee, finishing with her 13th double-double of the season … Collected 17 kills and 10 digs in the road win over South Carolina, earning her 12th double-double of the season, while also putting up a season-high five blocks in the match … Shared match-high honors with 13 digs in the home win over Mississippi … Led all players with 14 kills, and also turned in nine digs, in the home defeat of LSU … Posted her sixth-career 20-kill match in the road win over Georgia, finishing with 20 to go along with five digs and three blocks … Claimed her 11th double-double of the season at Auburn, finishing with 13 kills and 16 digs … Ripped off 18 kills, 10 digs and a career-best four aces at Arkansas … Recorded 16 kills on a personal-best .714 hitting percentage in the home sweep of South Carolina … Hit .500 on her way to 16 kills in the home victory over Tennessee, while also adding 10 digs for her ninth double-double of the campaign … Finished with 17 kills on .593 hitting and 10 digs in the home win over Kentucky … Collected a team-high 15 kills to go along with eight digs and three assists in the road win over Alabama … Went for 14 kills and 12 digs in the road victory over Mississippi State … Posted a 20-kill, 10-dig performance in the road win over No. 22 LSU to earn her sixth double-double of the season and the fifth 20-kill match of her career … Registered her second-straight double-double with 15 kills and 19 digs in the home win over Georgia in the SEC opener … Posted her fourth double-double of the season in the win over Utah, finishing with 15 kills and 19 digs … Scored 20.0 points against Florida State on 16 kills, four blocks and an ace … Recorded the 30th double-double of her career with 12 kills and 11 digs versus No. 19 Santa Clara .. Torched Notre Dame for her second double-double of the season, finishing with 20 kills and 16 digs in the victory … Led all players with 15 kills on .400 hitting, while also adding 11 digs, in the season-opening victory over Illinois State.

As a Junior (2006)
AVCA All-South Region Honorable Mention ... Second-team All-SEC ... Conference Challenge MVP ... Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic all-tournament team ... Aquafina Invitational all-tournament Team ... SEC Offensive Player of the Week (11-27) ... Second among outside hitters and 10th overall in SEC in league matches in digs per game (3.40) ... Average of 3.35 digs per game was third-best by a junior and ninth overall in school history … Became fastest player in school history to reach 1,000 career digs and the first in school history to reach at least 300 digs in each of first three seasons … Just third player to amass 300 kills or more in first three seasons in school history … Seventh player in school history to reach 1,000 kills and digs in career … Led or tied for team lead in kills nine times and in aces, digs and points eight times … Picked up 11th double-double of season with 13 kills and 12 digs vs. No. 9 Minnesota in NCAA Regional Semifinal ... Second in kills per game among all players (5.14) and tied for fourth in blocks per game (1.00) among all players at Gainesville NCAA Sub-Regional ... Tied season-best with four blocks, while recording double-double with 15 kills and 10 digs vs. Arizona State in NCAA Championship second round ... Led UF with 21 kills on season-best .559 hitting vs. Florida A&M in NCAA first round ... Second in kills per game (4.33), tied for fourth in digs per game (3.50) and tied for fifth in blocks per game (1.50) among all players at Conference Challenge tournament en route to being named MVP ... Collected match-high 13 kills on .303 hitting, while adding five blocks vs. St. John’s ... Paced team with 13 kills on .333 hitting, while adding 12 digs and four blocks vs. Marquette ... Became first player in Florida history to record 300 digs in first three seasons after collecting 11 digs at Tennessee ... Recorded 18 kills for second-straight match to lead UF vs. Mississippi ... Became fastest player in school history to reach 1,000 career digs when she did so at Arkansas ... Also added 18 kills on .294 hitting vs. Lady Backs ... Broke into UF all-time top-10 in career digs by collecting 19 at No. 11 LSU ... Reached at least 20 digs in a match for second time in career by recording 20 to lead all players at Alabama ... Had 15 kills on .394 hitting with 12 digs  vs. Georgia ... Second-straight double-double with 11 kills and 13 digs vs. No. 17 Tennessee ... Recorded double-double with 13 kills and 15 digs, while serving Gators to 8-0 run in game two at Kentucky ... Recorded 20th career double-double with 16 kills on .326 hitting with 11 digs at Florida State ... Served Gators to 8-0 run against Seminoles ... Posted third-straight double-double vs. No. 10 UCLA (13 kills, 13 digs) ... Had eight kills on 11 swings (.727 hitting) in first game before ending with double-double (14 kills, 12 digs) at No. 7 Hawai’i ... Second in digs (4.00/g) and tied for second in kills (4.57/g) among all players at Aquafina Invitational ... Recorded career-bests in kills (25), points (26.5) and attempts (61), while adding 16 digs vs. No. 24 Utah ... Tied or led Florida in kills in each of four games against Utes … Played on USA Volleyball A2 Team at U.S. Open Championships in New Orleans.

As a Sophomore (2005)
Played on USA Women's National Team that competed at Montreux Volley Masters in Switzerland … In June, played on USA Junior National Team at FIVB U-20 World Championships in Turkey … SEC Academic Honor Roll … Second-Team All-SEC ... Campus USA Credit Union Classic all-tournament team ... Aquafina Volleyball Invitational all-tournament team ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Third-Team ... First player in school history to reach 300 digs in freshman and sophomore seasons ... Third player in school history to reach 300 kills in freshman and sophomore seasons ... 366 digs on the season and 3.13 digs per game average ranked as second-best totals by a sophomore in school history ... Served seven-straight points in game three vs. No. 24 Kansas State after UF fell behind 24-22 ... Finished with season-bests in kills (14) and points (16.5), while adding two blocks at Denver ... Had one of best matches of season vs. Georgia in opening round of SEC Tournament ... Tallied 13 kills on .458 hitting with eight digs and one block ... Recorded season highs in attempts (50) and digs (18), while adding nine kills and three blocks at Tennessee ... Tied for match high with three total blocks, while adding 10 kills on career-best .562 hitting vs. Georgia … Tallied double-double against No. 19 Notre Dame, finishing with 11 kills and 13 digs ... Finished with double-double with 12 kills and 13 digs vs. No. 8 USC ... Tied for team lead with 13 kills vs. No. 13 Texas A&M ... Second in hitting percentage (.338) among all players at Aquafina Volleyball Invitational ... Tallied 11 kills on .458 hitting with 16 digs vs. No. 15 UCSB ... Led Gators with 13 kills vs. Dayton.

As a Freshman (2004)
SEC All-Freshman Team ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll … Set school records for digs (354) and attempts (1,056) as a freshman ... 357 kills tied for the most in UF history as a freshman ... 2.97 kills per game ranked third and her 3.36 points per game were fourth among UF freshmen all-time ... Posted career-high 22 digs, while adding eight kills against No. 6 Stanford in NCAA Championship second round ... Set career-high with three aces, while adding eight kills and 11 digs vs. Towson ... Served final seven points of match against Towson ... Had 15 kills on 51 attacks vs. No. 12 Tennessee in the SEC Tournament final ... Provided three blocks, 12 kills, and 14 digs vs. Georgia in the SEC Tournament semifinals ... Finished with a career-high six block assists at No. 17 Tennessee ... Posted 14 kills on .414 hitting, while adding seven digs vs. LSU ... Scored 16 points in the match and added three total blocks ... Notched first-career 20-kill match when she finished with 20 at Georgia ... Had a double-double against Bulldogs with 16 digs and had a match-high 23.0 points  ... Finished with 14 kills on .538 hitting percentage vs. Auburn ... Led UF in kills for first time in her career with 11 at LSU... Picked up fourth double-double of career with 16 kills and 13 digs at Arkansas ... Notched seven kills and 19 digs at No. 5 Minnesota ... Picked up second-straight double-double with 19 kills and 13 digs against Northern Iowa ... Recorded first double-double of career vs. No. 15 Kansas State with 13 kills and 13 digs ... Along with teammate Angie McGinnis, she became the first UF freshman to record a double-double since Aury Cruz accomplished the feat in the Gators’ final match of the season in 2000 ... Picked up 13 kills and seven digs in career-opening match against USF ... 13 kills in collegiate debut were the most by a UF player since Aury Cruz posted 14 in 2000.

Prior to Florida
Enrolled at Florida and began practicing and playing with the Gators in the spring of 2004 ... Member of the USA Junior National Team in 2001, 2002 and 2004 ... Captain of the gold medal USA Youth National team in 2002 and was named Best Attacker of the NORCECA tournament and MVP of the Volley Classic ... Two-time high school All-American (2001 and 2002) ... Four-time all-state selection ... Four-time Gainesville Sun Area Player of the Year ... Class 2A State Player of the Year in 2000 ...Named Miss Volleyball for Florida in 2002 ... Florida Gatorade Player of the Year in 2002 ...Top-three finalist for national Gatorade Player of the Year in 2002 ... High school team was 2A state champions in 2000 and 2002 ... Club team finished ninth in the nation in 2001 ... Rated as the No. 4 player in the nation by PrepVolleyball.com in the class of 2004 ... Named to Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 50 … Named the TV-20 Scholar Athlete of the Year.

Career Highs
Kills: 25 vs. Utah (8/26/06)
Attacks: 61 vs. Utah (8/26/06)
Hit %: .714 vs. South Carolina (10/10/07)
Assists: 5, 3x, last vs. Georgia (9/14/07)
Aces: 4 vs. Arkansas (10/12/07)
Digs: 22 vs. Stanford (12/4/04)
BS: 2, 2x, last at Tennessee (11/17/06)
BA: 6 at Tennessee (10/22/04)
TB: 6 at Tennessee (10/22/04)
Pts: 26.5 vs. Utah (8/26/06)

Career Statistics

Season GP-MP K K/G E TA Pct A A/G SA SA/G SE
2004 120-33 357 2.97 104 1056 .240 42 0.35 18 0.15 25
2005 117-36 328 2.80 92 973 .243 45 0.38 29 0.25 19
2006 110-33 368 3.35 103 1196 .222 48 0.44 17 0.15 20
2007 93-28 418 4.49 123 979 .301 35 0.38 30 0.32 33
TOTAL 440-130 1471 3.34 422 4204 .250 170 0.39 94 0.21 97
Season DIG D/G RE BS BA TB B/G BE BHE Points Pts/G
2004 354 2.95 29 10 37 47 0.39 2 1 403.5 3.36
2005 366 3.13 20 7 43 50 0.43 2 2 385.5 3.29
2006 369 3.35 37 13 52 65 0.59 2 4 424.0 3.85
2007 295 3.17 9 7 48 55 0.59 6 3 479.0 5.15
TOTAL 1384 3.15 95 37 180 217 0.49 12 10 1692.0 3.85

Hampton Match-By-Match
2007
Opp. K E TA % A SA D TB Pts.
at Ill. St. 15 1 35 .400 1 2 11 2 18.5
at ND 20 5 54 .278 2 1 16 1 21.5
vs. Ga. So. DNP                
vs. N.C. St. 9 0 13 .692 0 1 3 0 10.0
vs. SCU 12 2 35 .286 0 3 11 2 16.0
vs. FSU 16 3 39 .333 2 1 4 5 20.0
at Utah 15 7 39 .205 1 2 19 3 18.5
vs. Georgia 15 11 45 .089 5 0 19 2 16.0
vs. Auburn 9 4 20 .250 1 0 8 3 10.5
at Miss. 13 4 37 .243 1 1 9 2 15.5
at LSU 20 8 50 .240 0 1 10 2 22.0
at. Miss. St. 14 2 24 .500 2 1 12 0 15.0
at Alabama 15 9 42 .143 3 1 8 1 16.5
vs. Kentucky 17 1 27 .593 3 3 10 0 20.0
vs. Tenn. 16 2 28 .500 0 1 10 2 18.0
vs. USC 16 1 21 .714 1 0 5 3 18.0
at Ark. 18 5 44 .295 1 4 10 2 23.0
at Auburn 13 8 44 .114 2 1 16 3 15.5
at Georgia 20 6 39 .359 2 0 5 3 22.0
vs. LSU 14 5 35 .257 1 0 9 2 15.5
vs. Miss. 6 2 21 .190 1 0 13 1 6.5
at USC 17 3 29 .483 0 0 10 5 19.5
vs. Ark. 13 6 33 .212 2 0 5 2 14.0
at Tenn. 18 2 42 .381 0 0 16 1 18.5
at Kentucky 17 1 38 .421 1 0 19 3 18.5
vs. Alabama 19 6 43 .302 1 3 10 0 22.0
vs. Miss. St. 7 5 27 .074 1 1 9 1 8.5
vs. Yale 20 7 40 .325 0 2 14 2 23.5
at LBSU 14 7 35 .200 1 1 4 2 16.0
vs. C of C DNP                
vs. Okla. DNP                
vs. Texas DNP                
2006
Opp. K E TA % A SA D TB Pts.
vs. USF 7 2 24 .208 1 0 12 3 9.5
vs. Utah 25 7 61 .295 2 0 16 3 26.5
at Haw. 14 3 41 .268 1 0 12 2 15.0
vs. UCLA 13 4 43 .209 0 0 13 1 13.5
vs. Colo. 6 4 24 .083 3 0 8 1 6.5
vs. UCF 7 2 25 .200 0 0 8 3 8.5
vs. Ill. St. 8 2 33 .182 1 0 10 1 8.5
at FSU 16 2 43 .326 2 2 11 1 18.5
at Geo. 3 3 26 .000 2 2 9 1 5.5
at SC 7 4 40 .075 1 1 10 0 8.0
vs. Aub. 5 2 18 .167 2 1 10 2 7.5
vs. Ala. 8 0 22 .364 2 2 11 2 11.0
at Kent. 13 6 54 .130 2 0 15 3 15.0
vs. Tenn. 11 3 36 .222 4 1 13 0 12.0
at Ms. St. 7 1 30 .200 4 1 12 0 8.0
at Miss. 9 4 32 .156 2 0 6 0 9.0
vs. Ark. 9 4 40 .125 0 0 16 1 9.5
vs. LSU 11 0 32 .344 1 1 6 1 12.5
vs. SC 9 3 33 .182 0 0 8 2 10.0
vs. Geo. 15 2 33 .394 0 0 12 0 15.0
at Aub. 8 4 33 .121 0 1 15 2 10.5
at Ala. 6 3 27 .111 1 0 20 4 8.5
at LSU 7 6 48 .021 0 0 19 2 8.0
at Ark. 18 3 51 .294 2 1 9 1 20.0
vs. Miss. 18 3 39 .285 4 0 8 2 19.5
vs. Ms. St. 9 4 28 .179 1 2 10 2 13.0
at Tenn. 11 6 49 .102 1 0 11 5 14.5
vs. Kent. 13 3 32 .312 1 1 8 3 15.5
vs. Marq. 13 1 36 .333 0 0 12 4 15.0
vs. St. John? 13 3 33 .303 5 0 9 5 16.0
vs. FAMU 21 2 34 .559 0 0 8 3 22.5
vs. ASU 15 6 53 .170 3 1 10 4 18.0
vs. Minn. 13 1 43 .279 0 0 12 1 13.5
2005
Opp. K E TA % A SA D TB PTS
vs. Jax. 10 0 22 .455 1 1 9 1 11.5
vs. Day. 13 2 32 .344 0 0 6 1 13.5
vs. MSU 7 2 24 .208 2 3 8 2 11.0
vs. UCSB 11 0 24 .458 0 0 16 2 12.0
vs. EW 8 3 21 .238 0 1 5 0 9.0
vs. TAMU 13 4 37 .243 1 0 5 2 14.0
vs. USC 12 3 44 .205 1 0 0 1 12.5
vs. ND 11 7 40 .100 0 1 13 1 12.5
vs. IPFW 9 3 17 .353 1 2 14 1 11.5
vs. UCI 10 2 16 .500 2 0 6 1 11.0
vs. FSU 10 2 24 .333 2 2 12 4 14.0
at Ms. St. 9 4 41 .122 1 1 16 1 10.5
at Miss. 10 3 24 .292 4 2 16 0 12.0
at Geo. 7 2 24 .208 1 0 9 2 8.5
vs. Kent. 10 2 30 .267 1 0 9 2 11.0
vs. Tenn. 10 3 38 .184 1 0 13 0 10.0
vs. SC 5 1 20 .200 2 0 6 0 5.0
vs. Geo. 10 1 16 .562 0 0 6 3 12.0
at Kent. 10 2 36 .222 1 0 11 1 10.5
vs. Ark. 9 0 30 .300 1 3 11 2 13.5
vs. LSU 6 1 31 .161 1 1 9 0 7.0
at SC 8 4 22 .182 1 1 8 1 9.5
at Tenn. 9 6 50 .060 1 0 18 3 10.5
at Ala. 9 2 26 .269 1 0 13 3 10.0
at Aub. 8 4 30 .133 5 1 14 4 11.0
vs. Miss. 5 1 14 .286 0 1 9 2 7.5
vs. Ms. St. 11 4 21 .333 2 1 8 0 12.0
vs. Geo. 13 2 24 .458 3 1 8 1 14.5
vs. Ark. 7 8 36 -.028 1 1 13 0 8.0
at Ala. 3 0 14 .214 2 0 7 2 4.0
vs. Colo. 9 1 19 .421 0 2 7 3 13.0
at Denver 14 5 30 .300 0 1 8 2 16.5
vs. FAU 10 1 19 .474 0 1 5 1 11.5
vs. KSU 10 3 27 .259 0 1 7 0 11.0
vs. Louis. 9 0 28 .321 4 1 16 1 10.5
at Neb. 3 4 22 -.045 1 0 12 1 3.5
2004
Opp. K E TA % A SA D TB Pts.
vs. USF 13 5 29 .276 1 0 7 0 13.0
vs. BG 9 5 25 .160 0 1 3 2 11.0
vs. IPFW 14 3 32 .344 2 2 8 1 14.5
at NW 8 2 22 .273 1 1 8 1 9.5
vs. K-State 13 6 49 .143 0 1 13 0 14.0
vs. N. Iowa 19 2 39 .436 2 0 13 0 19.0
at Minn. 7 7 54 .000 1 0 19 2 8.5
at FSU 14 3 43 .256 5 0 10 2 15.5
vs. Clemson 13 3 30 .333 1 1 8 0 14.0
at Arkansas 16 5 49 .224 1 0 13 0 16.0
at LSU 11 3 33 .242 0 0 6 1 11.5
vs. Texas 4 2 27 .074 1 1 6 2 6.5
vs. Auburn 14 0 26 .538 1 0 7 0 14.0
vs. Alabama 6 5 20 .059 0 1 7 2 8.0
at Georgia 20 5 49 .306 1 1 13 3 23.0
at Kent. 9 2 21 .333 2 2 8 1 11.5
vs. LSU 14 2 29 .414 3 0 7 3 16.0
vs. Arkansas 7 4 24 .125 0 1 13 1 9.0
at Tenn. 8 0 29 .276 1 1 19 6 12.0
at SC 12 1 28 .393 0 1 13 1 13.5
at Miss. 5 3 17 .118 2 0 9 2 6.0
at Miss. St. 6 1 25 .200 1 1 7 1 7.5
vs. Kent. 9 3 22 .273 2 1 12 1 10.5
vs. Georgia 16 2 31 .452 4 0 4 0 16.0
vs. SC 9 0 16 .346 1 1 9 1 11.0
vs. Tenn. 11 8 50 .060 3 0 15 4 13.0
vs. SC 13 1 21 .571 0 0 9 1 13.5
vs. Georgia 12 6 49 .122 2 0 14 3 13.5
vs. Tenn. 15 6 51 .176 1 0 15 2 16.0
at St. John? 6 3 15 .200 0 0 6 2 7.5
vs. Towson 8 2 34 .176 0 3 11 0 11.0
at FAMU 8 3 22 .227 1 0 13 0 8.0
vs. Stanford 8 1 35 .200 2 0 22 2 10.0
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