2009-10 - Sophomore
Wampler started all 32 games in 2009-10 and helped lead the Aggies to their first postseason appearance in 16 years. She concluded the year as a member of the Academic All-WAC Team. She set several career highs in her second year in the NM State program, including her first two career double-doubles. After coming close to double-digit rebounds and points early in the season, Wampler finally accomplished the feat in back-to-back games in mid-February. She scored a career high with 18 points on seven field goals while snagging 10 rebounds against Louisiana Tech on Feb. 17. In the next game at Idaho, Wampler scored 14 and grabbed 10 boards on Feb. 20. Wampler pulled down a career high 15 rebounds versus UTEP on Dec. 15. She went 5-for-5 from the free throw line against Alcorn State on Dec. 22 to match a career high for makes, just one of five times she was perfect from the charity stripe with three or more successful shots. She led the team in rebounds on 15 occasions and was the top scorer on the team once. Wampler swatted a career high three blocks against San Jose State on March 6. She was fifth on the team in minutes played and averaged 7.1 points and 7.0 rebounds per game in 32 starts. Wampler scored in double figures in five of the 32 games on the year while averaging 24.8 minutes per game. She also had a pair of games where she scored 15 or more points. Her 223 boards in 2009-10 were second on the team as were her 16 blocks. She scored 287 points, stole 21 balls and dished out 41 assists. Wampler shot 46.6 percent from the field and 71.2 percent at the foul line.
2008-09 - Freshman
Wampler became one of just five freshmen in New Mexico State history to be named to an all-freshman team after earning 2009 WAC All-Freshman team honors. She also became just the fourth Aggie freshman to ever lead the team in rebounding, as she finished with 155 total rebounds for 5.0 rebounds per game. Wampler scored in double figures nine times in 2008-09, was NM State's leading scorer in five games and led the team in rebounding eight different times. She ranked No. 20 in the WAC in rebounding and led New Mexico State with 63 offensive rebounds. Wampler started in 27 games on the year and played in every single contest for the Aggies. She was the fourth-leading scorer on the team, averaging 7.2 points per game and she led NM State with her 40.7 field goal percentage. Wampler's 29 steals were the second most on the team and she added 38 assists and 10 blocked shots in her rookie campaign. In conference games only, Wampler finished seventh in the league by shooting 44.7 percent from the field and she averaged 8.5 points in the 16 league games, which was good for 25th in the WAC. In her first-ever WAC game at Utah State, Jan. 8, Wampler set a career-high with 15 points on 5-of-10 shooting and she had six rebounds, four of which came on the offensive end. In the season-opening game against UC Irvine, Nov. 14, Wampler shined right off the opening tip as she scored 13 points and had nine rebounds. Those nine boards were a season-high that she matched again, Feb. 8, vs. Idaho. She had two games with four steals as a freshman as well as two, four-assist games. She averaged 23.6 minutes per game on the year, which was the fourth highest on the team.
Wampler was the Most Valuable Player of the Eastern Athletic League after averaging 15.1 points in her senior season for the West Valley Eagles. She added 9.0 rebounds per game, shot 80 percent from the free-throw line, had 50 assists, 30 steals and 21 blocked shots while leading her team to a perfect 10-0 league record and 18-7 overall mark in 2007-08. Wampler led the Eagles to a 22-5 record as a junior where she averaged 18.5 points per game, 11.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists to go along with 63 steals and 34 blocks.
Tabytha Wampler (pronounced WOMP-ler) was born June 27, 1990 in Modesto, Calif., and is the daughter of Staci and Donnie Wampler. She is undecided on a major.
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