2012 USA Women's U17 World Championship Team Assistant Coach
In addition to her 2011 position as a USA U16 assistant coach, Hughley helped the USA North team to a 5-0 record and gold medal as an assistant in 2002 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival.
In seven season as head coach at Mott Community College (2005-06 to present), Hughley has led Mott to three NJCAA Division II National Tournament appearances (2006, 2007 and 2008), including a third-place finish in 2007.
With Hughley at the helm, Mott won a Michigan Community College Athletic Association state title in 2007, as well as NJCAA Region XII titles in 2007 and 2008.
In 2011-12, she led Mott to an 11-19 record and reached the NJCAA District H championship game.
In addition to her position at Mott C.C., Hughley was the head mentor at her alma mater, Flint Northern High School, for eight seasons (1993-94 through 2010-11). She led Northern to a 316-120 record (.610 winning percentage) during her time, including 14 City Series championships, seven Saginaw Valley Conference crowns, nine district titles, five regional trophies and two state championships (1994 and 1995).
As a player at the University of Washington from 1981-82 to 1984-85, Hughley led the Huskies in scoring, assists, steals and blocked shots as a senior. Her 13 assists against BYU on Dec. 16, 1983, is tied with two other players for UW’s single-game assists record, her 748 field goals made and 342 steals are career records at Washington and she holds the freshmen record for assists with 92. Named All-Northern Pacific Athletic Conference first team in 1984 and 1985, she went on to serve as a graduate assistant in 1985-86.
As a student at Flint Northern, she was a member of six state championship teams, including three in basketball and three in track and field. She was All-Saginaw Valley second team in her sophomore year and was named to the Saginaw Valley first team her junior and senior years, as well as being named Student Athlete of the Year as a senior.
She played two seasons professionally in Sweden and Australia and was inducted into the Greater Flint Area Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.