UW Health Sports Medicine 

Trevon Hughes
Trevon Hughes


Queens, N.Y.

High School:
St. John's NW (Wis.) Academy

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195



Season GP/GS Min. FG% 3PT% FT% RPG Ast Blk Stl PPG
2006-07 30/0 7.4 .333 .333 .667 0.9 9 0 8 1.3
2007-08 35/34
.688 3.1
2008-09 33/33
2009-10 33/33 32.6 .406 .396 .713 4.5 86 16 55 15.3
Career 132/100 26.0 .392 .359 .720 3.0 277
21 177 10.1

Perhaps the quickest player on the Wisconsin roster, senior point guard Trévon Hughes started 100 consecutive games and appeared in 132 over his career. With 15games of 20 or more points on his resume, he possesses the ability to score in bunches. He has also has a flair for the dramatic, posting a pair of last-second game-winning shots in 2008-09. Hughes can make his mark on the defensive end as well as a stingy on-ball defender who has led the club and ranked fourth in the Big Ten in steals in each of the last two years.

Honors: 2010 All-Big Ten second team ... 2010 Big Ten All-Defensive team ... 2010 Bob Cousy Award finalist ... Big Ten Player of the Week (12/7/2009) ... 2009 Maui Invitational All-Tournament ... 2009 All-Big Ten honorable mention ... 2008 All-Big Ten honorable mention ... 2007 America's Youth Classic MVP ... 34th member of UW's 1,000-point club

Record Books: Ranks 3rd in UW history with 177 career steals ... became the 34th member of Wisconsin's 1,000-point club on Dec. 16 vs. Cal Poly ... 3rd UW player with 1,300 pts, 300 rebs & 250 asts, joining Finley and Harris

Hughes hit two game-winning shots in 2008-09 to beat Virginia Tech and Florida State.

2009-10: Senior captain was one of 11 finalists for 2010 Bob Cousy Award for nation's top point guard ... Scored 20+ points seven times this season ... Ranked 9th in the Big Ten in scoring with 15.3 points per game ... Second on UW with 15.3 points and 2.6 assists per game, also ranked third on team with 4.5 rebounds per game ... Scored in double figures in 28 of 33 games, including 11 straight ... Tied for third in the Big Ten with 1.7 steals per game ... Ranked sixth in the Big Ten averaging 2.2 3-pointers per game and ranked 7th in the league shooting 39.6 percent from 3-point range ... Hit multiple 3-pointers in nine of last 11 games ... Scored 19 points in NCAA tournament win over Wofford ... Scored team-high 22 vs. Penn St. and added 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 blocks and 3 steals ... Scored 14 points in the final 6:55 in a comeback win at Northwestern. Finished with 16 points and tied a career high with 7 rebounds ... Led UW with 18 points and a career-high 7 assists at PSU ... Big Ten Player of the Week (Dec. 7) for his performances in wins over No. 6 Duke and Grambling St.; averaged 23.0 points during that week ... Had three-straight 20-point games with 26 vs. Duke, 20 vs. Grambling St. and a career-high 27 points at Green Bay

2008-09: Hit a pair of game-winning shots, scoring with 0.9 seconds left at Virginia Tech and with two seconds left in OT to beat Florida State in the opening round of the NCAA tournament ... led UW in scoring 11 times and scored in double figures in 12 of 18 Big Ten games ... owned a 1.51 assist-to-TO ratio, which was ninth in the Big Ten ... had season-high six assists (against one turnover) vs. Iowa (2/11) ... recorded a 4.0 assist-to-turnover ratio (24 assists, 6 TOs) during the month of December ... made 26-of-55 (.473) 3-point attempts at home ... shot .766 from the foul line, which ranked 12th in conference ... posted five steals vs. Indiana and had 25 in UW's last 12 games ... led the team with 49 steals ... his 1.78 steals per game in Big Ten play ranked fourth ... ranked 16th in the conference in scoring (12.1 ppg) ... scored a season-high 22 points against San Diego ... played a career-high 41 minutes against Minnesota ... tied a career-high six rebounds against Green Bay, Penn State and Illinois ... scored 21 points and pulled down five boards at Indiana

2007-08: Started 34 of the 35 games in which he played ... finished second on the team in scoring (11.2 avg.) and third in assists (2.5 avg.) ... posted a career-high 25 points in two games including his first career start vs. IPFW and later in the NCAA tournament vs. Kansas State ... led the Badgers and ranked fourth in the Big Ten with 62 steals ... recorded six steals in three different games ... scored in double digits in 18 games and led Wisconsin in scoring 11 times ... had a 2.2:1 assist-to-turnover ratio over his last 10 games

2006-07: Played in 31 of 36 games, averaging 7.7 minutes per game ... had a career-high eight points vs. Southern ... had five rebounds, two assists and three steals in a personal-best 18 minutes vs. Marquette ... had seven points and a steal in 11 minutes vs. Gardner-Webb ... had career-high three assists at Ohio State

High School: First-team all-state selection by the Associated Press as a senior ... second-team all-state selection as a junior and honorable mention all-state as a sophomore ... led St. John's to its first WIAA state boys basketball tournament berth last season ... named the Midwest Classic Conference Player of the Year four consecutive seasons ... averaged 22.2 points, 5.9 rebounds, 5.7 assists and 4.8 steals per game as a senior ... averaged 22 points, seven rebounds and eight assists as a junior ... averaged 20.2 points and five assists as a sophomore ... also the starting quarterback for the Lancers ... named the league's offensive player of the year in football his senior season

Personal: Born in New York City ... parents are Derrick and Twanna Hutchinson ... third-oldest of eight brothers and sisters ... Nickname is "Pop," which originated when he was a baby after his affinity for the TV show "Webster" and the show's family name of "Papadapolis." Nickname "Poppy" was shortened to "Pop" years later by his high school classmates. ... grew up in Queens, N.Y., but attended high school in Delafield, Wis., at the St. John's NW Military Academy, an all-boys high school that utilizes uniform dress, formations and rank and "immerses young men in a culture of leadership" ... majoring in life sciences communication ... first name pronounced "TRAY-von"


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