Five-time All-American (2002 Outdoor, 2003 Outdoor, 2003 Cross Country, 2004 Indoor, 2004 Outdoor)
Collegiate Bests: Mile (4:39.97), 800m (2:07.94), 1500m (4:16.33)
School Records 1st all-time in the mile (4:39.97), 1st all-time in the 1500m run
2005: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons for Florida State.
2004: Outdoor - Three-time All-American in the 1500m run at the NCAA National Championships meet...ended the season with a time of 4:21.38 at nationals...posted a third place finish at the NCAA East Regional in a time of 4:20.62...holds the top two spots on the Seminole roster in the 800m dash and four of the five fastest 1500m times on the team...was one of three Seminoles on the women's team to win Atlantic Coast Conference event titles...won the 1500m in a season-best 4:16.55 at the ACC Championship meet... picked up event wins in the 1500m at the Georgia Tech Invite and the Florida dual meet... also won the 800m event title at the Seminole Invite... Indoor - Won the mile run three times during the season, including taking her first Atlantic Coast Conference title... earned All-American honors during the indoor season, fi nishing in fifth place in a personal best and Florida State school record time of 4:39.17... broke the school record in the indoor mile at the Adidas Invite, winning the race in 4:42.69... won the conference event in 4:48.46... earned All-ACC honors as a member of the distance medley relay team... ran the anchor leg of the conference winning distance medley relay team that posted the fastest time of the season... picked up wins in the mile run at the Florida Fast Times meet...
2003: Cross Country - Joined a small list of Seminoles (Vicky Gill and Darien Andreau) to earn the honors in both cross country and track and field... stepped up as not only a team leader but as a scorer crossing the tape in the top two for the Noles in all seven meets this season... four-time track and one time cross country All-American finished 43rd overall in a season and collegiate best time of 20:50.1 at nationals to earn the honors for the first time since her rookie season with the Noles... the highlight of her season came when she placed 18th at the NCAA Pre-Nationals meet in a then personal best time of 20:58.5 for the 6K course to lead FSU to a history setting tenth place finish... ran a season best 5K time at the Florida Intercollegiate Race, finishing at the 18:11.06 mark for a second place finish helping the Garnet and Gold women to their only first place finish of the season... season honors included a third NCAA South Region honor and fi rst All-American award in cross country. Outdoor - Garnered her second straight All-American honor in the 1500m at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif., after finishing 15th in a personal best time of 4:16.33 which is a new school record...won the 1500m at the NCAA East Regional in a time of 4:19.94 to receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships... peaked late in the 2003 season to earn regional berths in both the 800m and 1500m events...won the 1500m at the Seminole Twilight garnering a season best time of 4:27.02...competed in the 1500m at the FSU Relays (finishing second) and Yellow Jacket Invite (sixth)...in the 800m, ran to a season best time of 2:08.90 in the final meet of the season at the Georgia Tech Invite, placing 13th...finished tenth at the ACC Outdoor Championships in the 800m in a time of 2:12.62...ranked in the ACC with the second fastest time in the 1500m and sixth fastest in the 800m. Indoor - Led all Seminoles in the mile run, placing third at the ACC Championships with a time of 4:51.63...won the Florida Intercollegiate with a mark of 5:00.67.
2002: Cross Country - Placed eighth at the NCAA South Regional meet to earn all-region honors...her performance at the South Regional helped the Lady Seminoles finish second and secure a spot at the NCAA Championships...scored for FSU at all six meets she ran in...began the season as the first finisher for FSU at the Mountaineer Open, placing seventh overall... was the top finisher for FSU, third overall, at the Seminole XC Invitational... Outdoor - Earned All-America honors in the 1500m run with her eighth-place finish at the NCAA Track and Field Championships...in the 1500m, finished third at the ACC Championships to earn all-conference honors with a time of 4:20.77...finished sixth at the ACC Championships in a time of 2:09.84 in the 800m run... posted a career best time of 4:19.69, which is good for third all-time in the Seminole record books, at the Cardinal Qualifier...compiled other top finishes for FSU in the 1500m at the Georgia Tech Invite and Stanford Invitational...was the top per-former for the Lady Seminoles in the 800m in four meets on the season...posted a personal best time of 2:08.30 in the 800m at the FSU 3-Way...compiled top finishes for Florida State at the GT/Reebok Invite and Snowbird invitational in the 800m event. Indoor - Named to the All-ACC team in the one-mile run...placed second in the one-mile run representing Florida State at the ACC Indoor Track Championships with a time of 4:46.54...also stood atop the Seminole standings in the one-mile run at the UNC Classic and at the Florida Intercollegiates.
2001: Cross Country - Earned All-South Region honors following her ninth-place finish at the regional meet with a time of 21:35... placed second for the Seminoles and 27th overall at the ACC Championship at 22:37... took 19th -place at the Appalachian State Invitational with a time of 18:41 for the 5K course...improved to 13th overall and fourth for FSU at the Florida Intercollegiate Championships with a time of 22:24...her climb up the ranks for the Lady Seminoles continued at the Auburn Invitational, crossing the line in 17:32, good for third among FSU runners and 24th overall.
Prep: Was the state cross country champion in 1997, 1999, and 2000...awards earned include Varsity Online Athlete of the Year, Who's Who in Sports and Schoolsports.com Greater Denver Girls cross country Player of the Year.
Personal: Daughter of Gene and Beverly Hughes...born December 18, 1982...Majoring in social sciences education...chose FSU over NCAA cross country champions Colorado.