|High School:||Oakland Tech|
As a senior in 2008-09: Third team All-Pac-10 selection...missed the first three games of the season after having offseason knee surgery...had first double-digit scoring game of the season when she scored 10 against Princeton... had nine points with nine rebounds in Pac-10 opener at Arizona...played 36 minutes against Arizona State.... scored ten points against Washington, her third double-digit point game of the season...posted her first double-double of the season against UCLA on 1/29 with 12 rebounds and 11 points...followed up with second double double of season two days later against USC with a season-high 17 points and 11 rebounds... scored the game winning basket at home against USC with just over 2 seconds left in the game...had two blocks against USC, her first multi-block game of the season...scored 15 points shooting 70.0 percent from the field at Washington State...went 9-for-12 against the Oregon schools at Haas Pavilion...scored the 1,500th point of her career at USC...posted a double-double in her Haas Pavilion finale, scoring 11 points with 10 rebounds... scored a season-high 22 points in the NCAA second round game vs Virginia...also had 11 rebounds vs Virginia for her fifth double-double of the season...also had a career-high 5 steals in the Virginia game....had back-to-back 11-rebound performances in the second and third round NCAA Tournament games.
2008-09 Preseason: 2008-09 Wooden Award Preseason Top 30 list...2008-09 State Farm/Wade Trophy Watch List...preseason Sporting News third-team All-American...2008-09 preseason All-Pac-10.
As a junior in 2007-08: Became the first Cal player to be named a three-time first-team All-Pac-10 selection...candidate for the State Farm Wade Trophy, Wooden Award and Naismith Trophy for national player of the year accolades...named to her second Pac-10 all-tournament team...preseason Sporting News second-team All-American and CSTV.com third-team selection...preseason All-Pac-10 choice...earned the fourth Pac-10 Player of the Week honor of her career Jan. 7...played in 25 games and made 21 starts after missing nine games following Nov. 9 knee surgery...finished second on the team in scoring (13.5 ppg) and in rebounding (8.0 rpg)...in Pac-10 games, ranked fourth in the conference in scoring (14.3 ppg) and tied for second in rebounding (8.4 rpg)...recorded eight double-doubles, including in six of the final 13 games of the season...contributed 19 points and a season-high 16 rebounds in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinal game against Arizona State...capped a stretch of four straight double-doubles with 19 points and 10 boards vs. No. 7 Stanford...grabbed a season-high and Pac-10 Tournament record eight offensive boards in the conference semifinal game...made 6-of-6 free throws in Cal's 60-55 overtime home win over USC, including hitting two free throws with 25 seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 49-49 and send the game into overtime...had 20 points and 15 rebounds (six offensive) in the home game against the Trojans...tallied 21 points and 13 boards in the victory at USC...recorded at least 20 points five times...notched a team-high 22 points to lead Cal to the first-round NCAA Tournament victory over San Diego...totaled a career-high 28 points in the victory at Arizona State...poured in 21 points and 12 rebounds in the home victory vs. the Sun Devils...topped Cal in scoring eight times and in rebounding 11 times...swatted a season and career-high three blocks at Oregon and vs. Arizona.
As a sophomore in 2006-07: Became the first Cal women's basketball player to be selected the Pac-10 Player of the Year...became the third Cal player to twice earn first-team All-Pac-10 recognition (also Milica Vukadinovic and Trisha Stafford)...honorable mention Kodak/WBCA and AP All-American...first Cal player picked to the Pac-10 All-Tournament team after boasting the second-highest scoring average in the tournament (21.0 ppg)...two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week (Jan. 14, Feb. 25)...Pac-10's nominee for WBCA Player of the Month for February...selected to the Timeout for HIV/AIDS all-tournament team...Street & Smith's preseason high honorable mention All-America selection and a Naismith Trophy preseason watch list choice...named Cal's Co-Best Offensive Player...in Pac-10 games, led the conference in rebounding (8.9 rpg) and was second in scoring (18.9 ppg)...over the last 11 games, averaged 21.3 ppg and 10.2 rpg, registering at least 21 points nine times...poured in at least 21 points 11 times overall...tallied a then-career-high 27 points at UCLA and at Oregon...posted 22 points and a season-high 14 rebounds to lead Cal to a 72-57 road win over No. 8 Stanford...overall, third in the Pac-10 in rebounding (career-best 8.0 rpg) and seventh in scoring (career-best 16.6 ppg)...recorded eight double-doubles, including in five of the last 10 games...scored double-figure points 28 times, including the last 17 games...second on the team in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage (52.8%, 5th Pac-10) and blocked shots (0.7 bpg, 23 total)...first in the Pac-10 in defensive rebounding (5.91 rpg)...her 209 field goals made tied for eighth in school history and her 206 free throws attempted stood fifth...paced Cal in scoring 14 times (10 of the final 12 games) and in rebounding 11 times...in Cal's 67-61 double-overtime win at Oregon State, Hampton sent the game into overtime and double overtime with game-tying baskets and put the Bears ahead for good in the second OT period.
As a freshman in 2005-06: In addition to being named to the All-Pac-10 team, was picked to the Pac-10 All-Freshman squad and to the Women's Basketball News Service All-Freshman team...one of 10 freshmen to ever be named first-team All-Pac-10...led Cal and all Pac-10 freshmen in scoring (15.4 ppg, 7th overall Pac-10, 8th among all freshmen nationally) and rebounding (7.9 rpg, 3rd overall Pac-10, 10th among all freshmen nationally)...paced the Pac-10 in offensive rebounding (2.89 pg) and stood fourth in defensive boards (5.00 pg)...became only the third freshman in Cal basketball history to lead the team in scoring and the first since 1981-82...her scoring average was the best by a Cal player since 1996-97 when Patrycja Czepiec averaged 15.9 ppg...second in the Pac-10 and first on her team with nine double-doubles, including a stretch of three straight at home vs. Oregon, Oregon State and No. 14 Stanford...her nine double-doubles ranked sixth among all freshmen in the country...paced the Bears with 24 double-figure scoring games, including eight with at least 20 points (tied for 7th nationally among all freshmen)...had a stretch of 19 straight double-figure scoring contests, which ranked third in the nation among all freshmen last season...led Cal in scoring 11 times and in rebounding 12 times...named the Pac-10 Player of the Week Jan. 2 after averaging 20.5 ppg and 12.0 rpg in wins over UCLA and USC...averaged 22.3 ppg and 13.3 rpg in three games against UCLA...had a monster double-double in the win over the Bruins (20 points and a career-high 18 rebounds) and topped the Bears with 23 points and 14 boards in the loss to UCLA in the Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinals...poured in a then-career-high 24 points at UCLA...selected MVP of the Contra Costa Times Classic after amassing a then-career-high 23 points and 10 rebounds vs. UNLV in the title game...tallied 20 points in her first Pac-10 game at Washington...registered 16 points in 13 minutes vs. St. John's in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...second on the team in blocked shots with 23 (0.82, 10th Pac-10), including a career high of three in home games against Arizona and Washington...paced Cal in free throw attempts (186, 7th Cal history) and makes (98)...during the summer of 2005, helped the East Bay team claim the San Francisco Pro Am championship, averaging 17.4 ppg (4th in the league)...had arthroscopic surgery to clean up damage to cartilage on the outside of her right knee in August 2006 and was out approximately six weeks.
High School: Listed among the top 15 players nationally among the 2006 high school seniors - No. 10 by Blue Star Index and No. 15 by Mike White's All-Star Girls Report...2005 McDonald's, WBCA and Nike All-American...2005 second-team Parade and USA Today All-American...tabbed No. 3 by the NorCal Scouting Report, which ranks players in Northern California...played in the 2005 McDonald's and WBCA All-America games...combined with Cal teammate Alexis Gray-Lawson to lead Oakland Tech to the 2004 and 2005 state championship...recorded a double-double (17 points, 12 rebounds) in the 2005 state title game...2005 Cal-Hi Sports first-team all-state choice...the 2005 Oakland Tech team finished with a 22-7 record after posting a 26-4 mark in 2004 and a No. 10 national ranking by USA Today...in 2004, set a new state regional final rebounding record with 27...averaged approximately 20 points and 19 rebounds per game as a senior...as a junior, averaged 22.5 ppg, 12.0 rpg, 4.0 bpg and 3.3 apg to earn Street & Smith second-team All-America, USA Today and Student Sports Magazine All-America and first-team Cal-Hi Sports all-state honors...prior to her junior season, named to USA Today's preseason Super 25...received USA Today All-America recognition as a freshman and was picked to the first-team all-area squad as a junior...invited to the 2004 USA Youth Development Festival...won a gold medal with Gray-Lawson on the West team...participated in the USA Junior Olympic Trials...suffered an ACL and meniscus tear in high school.
Personal: Devanei Unique Hampton was born May 2, 1987, in Berkeley, Calif....mother is Demetria Frazier...has three younger siblings, Devonyei, Devonjah'nei and Antonia...enjoys singing and listening to music such as classical and hip hop...social welfare major.
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