Pitching coach Jack Giese, who seemed headed to Auburn after Golloway’s hiring there, could return to the Sooners. Golloway announced Wednesday that he was retaining pitching coach Scott Foxhall from the previous staff.
Hughes suffered a heart attack earlier this month just a few days after being eliminated by the Sooners.
He drove himself to the hospital after suffering from symptoms for about six hours.
According to the Roanoke Times, Hughes underwent surgery June 6 to have a stent implanted following the heart attack.
Before going to Virginia Tech, Hughes was 250-181-2 in eight seasons at Boston College. He spent two seasons (1997-98) as the head coach at Trinity University in San Antonio, going 52-30.
He started his coaching career as an assistant in both football and baseball at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., before moving to similar positions at Northeastern University in Boston.
The Brockton, Mass., native was a two-sport standout at Davidson College.