May 3, 2010
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State men's golf senior Kevin Tucker was named All-Pacific-10 Conference Second Team, conference commissioner Larry Scott announced Monday.
The Kennewick, Wash., native started the season with a win at the Palouse Collegiate with a three-round total of 208 (-6), the lowest of his career. Tucker was able to notch 10 top-25 finishes during the regular season, fourth-most in WSU single-season history. He also tallied a scoring average of 71.71, the best in school history.
The 2009-10 reason season adds to an already stellar career for the Cougar great. Tucker holds the WSU career scoring record with a mark of 73.31, and his 26-career top-25 finishes and nine-career top-10 finishes rank third and fifth in the school record book, respectively.
Tucker he garnered honorable mention honors following the 2008-09 season, and is the first Cougar since Dustin White (2001-03) to earn back-to-back conference honors.
Tucker and his Cougar teammates are waiting to hear if they will be selected for the NCAA Regional championships, May 20-22. The NCAA will release the tournament field Monday, May 10.