- Number: 14
- Position: M
- Height: 5-4
- Birthday: 03/05/1984
- Hometown: Flower Mound, TX
- Previous Team: Pali Blues (W-League)
- Player Acquired: Signed as a free agent
2012: After the WPS suspended operations, played for Pali Blues of the W-League … Helped the team to an undefeated season and the Western Conference championship title … 2011: Played with the magicJack in its first season of play … The team finished third in the regular season before being eliminated in the second round of the WPS playoffs … 2010: Started her second season with the Freedom … Stayed with the team when it moved to Florida and was renamed magicJack … 2009: Was the top pick in the 2008 WPS draft, selected by the Washington Freedom … 2008: Played in Norway for Røa IL, helping lead the team to a Norwegian Women’s Cup … 2007: Was a member of the W-League Champion Washington Freedom.
U.S. Women’s National Team
Was a member of the U-16, U-17, U-19, U-21, and U-23 United States national women's soccer teams … 2010: Was called to play with the senior team for two friendlies in China … Made her USWNT debut in a July friendly against Sweden … 2007: Capped her time with the U-21 team with her third Nordic Cup title … 2005: Helped the U-21 squad to a second Nordic Cup … 2004: Won the Nordic Cup with the U-21 side … 2002: Helped the U-19 women win the 2002 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championship.
Huffman attended the University of Virginia ... 2005: Ended her career with 28 assists, currently fourth most in school history, while also tallying 12 career goals … Earned her second Soccer America MVP, Soccer Buzz Player of the Year finalist and VaSID Player of the Year award … Honored on the NSCAA and Soccer Times All-American Third Teams … Again a Soccer Buzz All-American, this time on the Second Team … Earned her third-consecutive NSCAA All-Region honor … 2004: Set a Virginia record with 14 assists on the season … Was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and was also Co-MVP of the ACC Tournament as the Cavaliers won the first conference championship in school history … Beat UNC 1-1 in penalty kicks … Named the Soccer America MVP, a Player of the Year finalist and VaSID Player of the Year … Was a First Team Soccer Buzz All-American … Named an NSCAA and Soccer Times Second Team All-American and NSCAA All-Region … 2003: Played in 20 games and started in them all … Finished the year with nine points on two goals and five assists … Named NSCAA All-Region … 2002: Was named to the ACC All-Freshman team.
Nickname is “Huffy” … Attended Marcus High School in her hometown of Flower Mound, Texas … Is a volunteer assistant coach at her alma mater, University of Virginia.