Nov. 9, 2005
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University Men's Golf Coach Walt Williams announced the signing of Nick Grigsby and Kevin Tucker to National Letters of Intent, Wednesday, Nov. 9.
"Both are great kids from great families that will make outstanding contributions to the Washington State men's golf team," Williams said of the signees.
Grigsby comes to Washington State from Central Valley High School in Spokane, Wash. During each of his first three seasons, Grigsby was named to the first team All-Greater Spokane League and named MVP of the GSL during his junior season with a scoring average of 70.25.
Grigsby has qualified for the WIAA 4A State tournament every year, and won the title last year as a junior. He represented the state of Washington at the Hogan Cup during his junior year where he led his team to a second place finish while finishing tied for third individually. Grigsby was also a medalist at the PNGA Jr. Championship the last two years. Grigsby is ranked No.1 in his high school class with a 4.0 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society.
Tucker comes to Pullman from Kennewick High School in Kennewick, Wash. Tucker has been named all-conference and Kennewick's most outstanding player during each of his first three seasons at the school. As a freshman, Tucker won the Washington Junior Golf Association State championship.
Tucker also represented the state of Washington as a member of the Hogan Cup team during his freshman and junior years. He took third at 4A State championship and was the runner-up at the WJGA State championship during his junior season.