Zoe Hughes
Zoe Hughes
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hornchurch, U.K.
High School: King's College School
Position: Multi-Events
Major: Neuroscience

Collegiate Bests:
60m - 8.01
200m - 24.87
300m - 39.81
800m - 2:19.69
60H - 8.66
100H - 13.78
400H - 1:02.64
High Jump - 1.67m (5'5.75")
Long Jump - 6.07m (19'11")
Shot Put - 12.95m (42'6")
Javelin - 39.48m (129'6")
Pentathalon - 4093
Heptathalon - 5444

(Indoor) Opened the season with a first-place finish in the 60h (8.82) and a third-place finish in the 300 (39.81) at the Bu Multi-Team Meet... Recorded a time of 3:45.59 in the 4x400, which was good enough for second before placing fourth in the 60h with a time of 8.81 at H-Y-P...Notched a career-best 8.66 second finish in the 60 at the Tiger Paw Invitational... Placed second in the pentlathon at Ivy League Heps collecting 3933 points...(Outdoor) Did not compete in the outdoor season due to the Ivy League and Harvard canceling the spring season.

Finished the season with a 1st place in the 2019 Harvard Yale Match in the 4x400 relay (Apr 13) … Set a career best 8.01 in the 60m at the Boston University / Sharon Colyear-Danville Season Opener (Dec 1).

(Indoor) First Team All-Ivy (4x400m relay) with a time of 3:43.85 … Second Team All-Ivy (pentathlon) with a score of 3952 … Hit a career-best 1:02.64 in the 400h at the Kansas Relays (Apr. 18-21) … Threw a career-high 39.48m in the javelin throw at the Wake Forest Outdoor Opener (Mar. 24).

USTFCCCA Second Team All-American (Pentathlon) and USTFCCCA Northeast Region Women's Field Athlete of the Year ... All-Ivy League First Team (Pentathlon, 4x400 Relay) ... All-Ivy League First Team (Heptathlon) ... Finished 1st in the Ivy League Indoor Championships in the pentathlon with a score of 4093 ... Placed 6th at the Mt. SAC Relays in her best Heptathlon with 5444 points ...  Also finished first in the heptatathlon at the Ivy League Outdoor Championships 

Before Harvard
Heptathlon – 4971
Long Jump - 19’2.5”
High Jump - 5’7”
400H - 61.20

“Zoe has represented the UK in international competition at the World Youth Championships but is still a raw heptathlete. We just graduated two of the best multi-eventers in Ivy League history so this is an addition for us. Zoe is a hard working heptathlete - it will be fun to work with her and see her improve over these next few years. She could be a NCAA level heptathlete” - Coach Tolbert