Hudson Passes 1,000 Career Points
Feb 5, 2010
Union University junior guard Kayla Hudson, a political science major, passed the 1,000 career point mark in the Lady Bulldog win at Bethel (Tenn.) University on Thursday.
Hudson, a native of Gleason, Tenn., sank a three pointer to open the game for her 1,000th point. She finished the game with 18 points.
The NAIA All-American Hudson has been a part of one national championship team, made two trips to the national tournament semifinals, and has helped Union to two TranSouth Titles. During her two-plus years with Union, the Lady Bulldogs have gone 94-3. Hudson has been Union’s starting point guard in each of those 97 games.
For her career, Hudson has scored 1,015 points and has dished out 574 assists in 97 games. She is averaging 10.4 points and 5.9 assists per game. Hudson is a career 46 percent three-point shooter (190-414). She is also a 90 percent career free-throw shooter (209-232).
revised news release of Steven Aldridge, Union University's Sports Information Director