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Hampton and Quigley Earn WBCA All-American Honors
Keisha Hampton (pictured) and Sam Quigley were both named Honorable Mention State Farm/WBCA All-Americans on Saturday.

Keisha Hampton (pictured) and Sam Quigley were both named Honorable Mention State Farm/WBCA All-Americans on Saturday.

April 2, 2011

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CHICAGO – DePaul women’s basketball standouts, junior Keisha Hampton and senior Sam Quigley were both named honorable mention State Farm Coaches’ All-America Basketball Team selections it was announced on Saturday by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA).

This is the second All-American nod for Hampton, who was named an honorable mention Associated Press All-American on Tuesday.  Hampton led the Blue Demons in scoring and ranked fourth in the BIG EAST Conference with 16.0 points per game.  The junior from Philadelphia was a unanimous First-Team All-BIG EAST selection and score double-figures in 30 of DePaul’s 36 games.

Hampton averaged 1.7 3-pointers per game while her .356 (62-for-174) 3-point field goal percentage ranked 14th in the league.   During DePaul’s postseason run, Hampton averaged 17.4 points while she scored a career-high 31 points in the Blue Demons’ semifinal BIG EAST Championship loss to Notre Dame.

A finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award, Quigley led DePaul in assists and 3-pointers.  Her 142 assists ranked ninth in DePaul’s single-season record book, while her 65 triples ranked 10th.

The Joliet, Ill. native averaged 10.1 points per outing and finished her career with 1,273 points -- the 16th most in school history.  Quigley also left her mark for career assists with 484, the second most and 187 3-pointers, the third most. 

A second-team All-BIG EAST selection, Quigley was also a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award and was a two-year captain.

The Blue Demons closed out their historic 2010-11 season in the NCAA Sweet 16 in Philadelphia.  This season’s team set DePaul records for wins (29), games played (36), points (2,650), and 3-pointers (255).