2013 All-American (Indoor) - 4x400m 2012 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
2012-13 (Senior) Indoor:Member of the school-record breaking men's 4x400 relay team, who placed 10th at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships (3:08.18)...The team broke the record at the Texas A&M Reveille Invitational with a time of 3:07.60...Relay placed second at the Texas A&M 12-Team Invitational with a time of 3:09.83...Finished seventh at the Conference USA Indoor Championships in the men's 400-meter dash with a time of 49.06.
2011-12 (Junior) Indoor: Competed in the 400m, 4x4, 500m and DMR... Set a season best of 49.00 in the 400m at the Conference USA Indoor Championships... Contributed to a second place finish and season best of 3:09.51 in the 4x4 at the Texas A&M Reveille Invitational... Also competed in the DMR, setting a season best 10:03.85 and finishing second at the 2012 New Balance Collegiate Invitational.
Outdoor: Competed in the DMR, 400m, 200m, 1600SMR and contributed to the 4x4 relay teams... Ran a season best in the 4x4 of 3:07.18 and placed third at the 54th Annual Mt. SAC Relays... Ran a season best of 48.14 in the 400m at the Conference USA Outdoor Championships... Set a season best in the 200m of 22.21 at the LSU Invitational: Battle on the Bayou.
2009-10 (RS-Freshman) Indoor: Matched his personal best twice in the 400m, at the Texas A&M Opener in the first meet of the year and equalled it at the Texas A&M Challenge at 50.91.
Outdoor: Set personal best in the 400m at the LSU Invitational with 49.16 finish.
2008-09(Freshman) Indoor and Outdoor: Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL Competed at Argyle High School for Coach Chancellor ... Two-time state qualifier in the 400m ... Region 1-3A 400m record holder ... Finished second in the state in the 400m in 2008.
PERSONAL Born April 5, 1990 in Bedford, Texas ... Son of Cheryl and Harris Hughey ... Father ran track at TCU and brother competes on the Texas Tech track team ... Chose the University of Houston because of the coaching staff ... Hobbies include playing video games and taking long walks on the beach ...