Emily Hughes enters her senior season as a Panther with a 39-23 career singles record and 22-44 doubles record.
JUNIOR (2005): Led the team in singles victories for the second consecutive season with an 18-10 record and added seven doubles wins...tied for fifth placeon the list of all-time singles wins in a season.
SOPHOMORE (2004): Led the team in singles victories with a 17-12 record...17 singles wins ranks ninth on the Panthers' all-time single season list...voted co-MVP for the Panthers.
FRESHMAN (2003): Finished the season with a 4-1 singles record and a 9-12 doubles record...recorded impressive victories against St. John's and Seton Hall.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2002 graduate of Canevin Catholic where she played for Karen Seitz...went undefeated through all four seasons of high school tennis...helped lead team to WPIAL championship after going undefeated...team finished as the WPIAL runner-up as a junior, lost in the quarterfinals as a sophomore and lost in the second round of the WPIALS as a freshman.
PERSONAL: Born February 10, 1984...daughter of Douglas and Joni Hughes...has one brother and two sisters, including Hayley, a former teammate at Pitt...majors in Psychology.
"Emily has worked hard to balance consistency and her power. Her game is becoming very versatile. She can stay back or attack."
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