Started all 34 matches, extending her consecutive games played streak to 100 contests.
Set a a career-high with 1,383 assists, an average of 10.89 per match.
Ranked fifth in the league in total assists and eight in aces per game (0.30).
Tallied 185 kills and posted a .307 hitting percentage.
Twice reach double figures in kills, Aug. 24 versus Florida Gulf Coast (12) and Oct. 6 at Utah (10).
Placed second on the team with 10 double-doubles, six of which came in league play.
Ranked fourth on the squad with 74 total blocks (eight solo and 66 assists).
Racked up 38 aces on the season and led the squad in that category a team-high 14 times.
Reached double-figures in digs on 10 occasions.
Twice led the Frogs in digs in a game, Nov. 9 at San Diego State (12) and versus Colorado State on Nov. 15 (25).
Posted her second career triple-double on Aug. 24 against Florida Gulf Coast, tallying 12 kills, 48 assists and 12 digs.
Had three straight double-doubles from Sept. 5-7.
Tied a career-high with 60 assists in a win over Denver on Sept. 8.
Was instrumental in the Frogs historical victory at Utah, racking up 10 kills, 47 assists and a career-high seven blocks on Oct. 6.
Picked up a double-double in four of the last seven matches.
Established a new career-high in digs as she collected 25 in a five-game victory over No. 17 Colorado State on Nov. 15.
Started all 32 matches in her second season as the full-time setter.
Posted a career-high 1,295 assists, which ranked second in the league.
Her 10.88 assists per game was the fifth-best mark in the Mountain West.
Led the team for the second straight season with 45 aces, which ranked second in the league.
Tallied two double-digit kill matches and three double-digit dig performances.
Racked up five double-doubles, four of which came in conference play.
Had back-to-back double-doubles at UNLV (51 assists and 10 digs) and at San Diego State (53 assists and 10 kills).
Posted 10 matches with at least 50 assists and 16 with at least 40 assists.
Established a career-high mark with 60 assists at UT-Arlington on Aug. 29.
Matched a career high with five aces against San Diego State on Sept. 30.
Led the team on six occasions in service aces.
Racked up seven total block in a win over UT-Pan Am on Oct. 14.
Enjoyed an outstanding freshman campaign, starting all 35 contests for the Frogs while seeing action in 124 games.
Tied the TCU single-season record with 57 aces, matching the total Emily Allen reached in 2004.
Totaled 1,225 assists on the year, the third-highest single-season total in TCU history.
Placed first in the league in total aces (57) and fourth in aces per game (0.46).
Finished the year ranked fourth in the Mountain West Conference in assists (1,225) and seventh in assists per game (9.88).
Had four double-doubles, including one in her collegiate debut against Oklahoma (40 assists, 11 digs).
Pounded season bests with 13 kills and five aces against UMBC on Sept. 3
Totaled a season-high 18.5 points in that contest, and missed a double-double by just one dig.
Doled out a career-high 55 assists in TCU's thrilling comeback win over Colorado State on Oct. 25.
Had at least 40 assists on 11 occasions and broke the 50-mark four times.
Enjoyed three double-doubles in conference matches, with the final one coming at Wyoming on Nov. 16 (28 assists, 11 kills).
Owned .700 hitting percentages in eight-kill matches against Campbell on Sept. 17 and at UT-Pan American on Oct. 22.
Helped the team to a season-high .361 hitting average against Grambling State on Sept. 24 by contributing 34 assists.
Dug a season-high 15 balls in a Mountain West Conference win over Air Force on Oct. 7.
Was a six-year starter at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research, Hampton garnered first-team all-state honors five of the six years.
Coached by Perry McDonald, she was an integral part to a team that made five final four appearances and won two state titles.
Has also made appearances on the USA Volleyball squad as she was selected to the 2002 High Performance team and the 2004 Junior National A-2 team.
Born March 4, 1987.
Is the daughter of Kim Hampton.
Sister, Linda, is TCU's assistant volleyball coach.
Is a pre-major, who is planning to major in biology.