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Haley Hampton

#13 Haley Hampton

HT. 5-10
YR. Sr.
HOMETOWN Mesquite, Texas
PREV. SCHOOL Panola College

2014-15 OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll

As a Senior, 2015 season: Led the team with a .281 attack percentage…finished second on the team in kills (269), points (344.5) and total blocks (91)…third in services aces (28)…recorded a season-high 16 kills in the match against Tennessee Tech on Nov. 6…had a career-high eight services aces in the match against Austin Peay on Oct. 16.

As a Junior, 2014 season: Was an offensive weapon in her first season as a Tiger racking up 290 kills in 31 matches played…she led the team with a .252 hitting percentage…one of three players to play in every set this season…averaged 2.44 kills per set and 2.74 points per set…totaled 64 blocks…recorded a season-high 19 kills against Tennessee Tech (Oct. 11)…had the highest attack percentage in a match by a Tiger with a .688 clip…recorded a team-best eight blocks at Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 31)

Panola College: completed two seasons for Amber McCray at Panola College where she earned 1st Team All-Conference honors as a sophomore and was an NJCAA All-American Nominee…was second on the team in kills with 2.59 per set and third in blocks with 0.82 per set…notched double-digit kills in 13 matches in her final season…she was named to the Region XIV All-Academic Team…In her first season she played in 31 matches, averaging 2.3 kills and 0.82 blocks per set, while finishing with a .303 hitting average…earned a spot on the All-Conference Honorable Mention squad as a freshman

Dr. John Horn High School: she was a three-sport athlete, competing in volleyball, basketball and track

Club: played competitively for Travis Ferguson and the Impact Highline 18’s

Major: Criminal Justice