At Florida State: As a solid blocker for the Seminoles, Dawn Hough enters her fourth season at FSU…placed second on the team in 2001 in total blocks with 79…led the Florida State squad in blocks per game, averaging 1.27, despite missing 12 matches.
Senior Year (2002):Middle hitter Dawn Hough stepped up in 2002 for the Seminoles as she saw action in 33 matches...was second on the team and ranked 10th in the conference in total blocks with 131...averaged 1.05 blocks per game...recorded a team-high 28 solo blocks...with a hitting percentage of .290, ranked second on the team and ninth in the ACC...recorded a career-high hitting percentage of .615 against Virginia October 11th...had a career-high 17 kills against Clemson November 9th and a career-high 34 attacks against Maryland October 12th...had a career-best eight block assists against Miami September 13th...notched double-digit kills in 14 matches.
Junior Year (2001): Set career-highs in two of her first five matches...tied her career-high in kills (12) vs. Texas...set a career-high in attacks with 31 against Texas and tied her career-high of seven block assists against Fresno State...missed 12 matches due to a stress fracture to her right ankle...finished in second place on the Seminole squad with 79 total blocks...led the team in blocks per game (1.27)...notched double-digit kills twice...had her best performance against Clemson with a hitting percentage of .556 with six kills, only one error and nine total attacks...also hit .556 again at Wake Forest.
Sophomore Year (2000): A solid player at the net for the Seminoles coming through with 76 block assists and 21 solo blocks...hit .218 with 129 kills and 35 digs...had a career-high seven block assists twice, against Clemson and Maryland...notched six block assists five times, including closing out the final three matches of the regular season with six block assists in each...reached double digits in kills four times, including tying her career-high with 12 against Duke, when she hit .346 and had two blocks...hit .474 against North Carolina with 10 kills and seven digs...averaged 1.55 kills per game, 0.45 digs per game and 1.18 blocks per game.
Freshman Year (1999): Played in 20 matches...had a career-high 12 kills vs. Auburn and in the last regular-season match vs. NC State...was sidelined for five matches with a right knee injury, but returned to action at Clemson...had a season-high nine digs at NC State and eight digs at Georgia Tech…was in the starting lineup vs. Duke at home and responded with nine kills and six blocks.
High School: A first team all-state and all-county selection as a senior...received all-state and all-county honorable mention honors in 1997...helped lead Durant to four consecutive conference and district championships...squad was regional champions three years and the state runner-up in 1996 and 1998...earned first team All-Tampa Tribune honors as a senior...was an honor roll student all four years...was a member of the Student Advisory Committee...elected Prom Queen as a senior...received a "Senior Superlative" honoring the top 25 females in the senior class as selected by the faculty.
Personal: Major is sports administration…daughter of John and Joanne Hough...was born August 7, 1981.