Kristian Hudson is currently a course director for PGC. She first attended as an athlete during the summer months of 2012 and 2014. She returned in the summer of 2016 after her freshman year of college with hopes of learning more about the game at the college level. She came aboard working as a Basket Instructor in the summer of 2017.
Kristian is currently a point guard for Florida International University in Miami, Florida where she is majoring in Psychology.
During her freshman year, she led the team with 116 assists, one of just 10 players in the league with 100 assists. Her 4.0 assists average was seventh in Conference USA (C-USA) and she ended 13th in C-USA with a 0.9 assist-to-turnover ratio.
As a sophomore, Hudson finished 21st in Conference USA in scoring, ninth in assists, 15th in free throw percentage (.748), 13th in steals average, 14th in rebounding and second in average minutes played. She also was C-USA Co-Player of the Week.
Currently, Kristian is the 21st FIU Panther to cross the 3,000-minute mark for her career and most recently scored 1000 points. She was C-USA Player of the Week in December 2017.
A native of Birmingham, Alabama Kristian graduated in 2015 from Clay-Chalkville High School and worked at the Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama. She earned a First-Team and Second-Team All-State honor, as well as a First-Team All-Metro selection and First-Team All-Conference while scoring over 2000 points. She was the 2015 MVP for the annual Alabama-Mississippi game and a McDonald’s All- American nominee.
Kristian would like to obtain her masters degree and after graduation pursue a career in coaching. In her spare time, she likes to read and spend time with her family.