#2 Mackenzie Tucker
|B/T||Puyallup, Wash./John R. Rogers HS|
|HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)||Psychology|
2010:Played in 59 games, starting 57 in the outfield … Hit .266 with 5 doubles, 12 RBI and 27 runs scored … Recorded nine multi-hit games … Tied for fourth on the team in stolen bases with six … Went 2-for-2 with a run scored vs. Binghamton (Feb. 19) … Went 2-for-3 with an RBI and run scored in game one of Lady Bison Classic against Murray State (Mar. 6) … Recorded back-to-back multi-hit games in March in games against Hawaii and ETSU … Started all 20 Atlantic Sun Conference games … Hit .221 with 5 RBI and 9 runs scored in conference play … Went 2-for-4 with a run scored in game one of doubleheader at Mercer (Apr. 9) … Hit .429 (6-for-14) with two RBI and five runs scored in five-games at the A-Sun Conference Tournament (May 13-15) … Raised batting average nearly 20 points after posting strong performances in nine postseason games … Tallied a season-high three hits in four at-bats vs. UAB in opening game of NCAA Regional (May 21) … Led team to 4-1 victory over UAB in NCAA Tournament opener, contributing three hits, including an RBI-double and run scored … Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team.
2009:Played in 49 games, starting 41. …Played 39 games in left field. …Six multi-hit games with two hits in each game. …One multiple-RBI game (two vs UNC-Wilmington, 3/7). …Longest hitting streak was five games (4/10-4/14). …Fielding percentage of .948. …A-Sun All-Academic Team.
2008:Third on team in stolen bases (four). ...Third in stolen base attempts (five). ...Played in 44 games, starting 35. ...One double. at Middle Tennessee St. (Feb. 28). ...One RBI vs Bowling Green (Mar. 7). ...Season high two hits at Middle Tennessee St. (Feb. 28). ...Season high five putouts at North Florida (Mar. 14).
High School:Lettered three seasons as the starting center fielder at Gov. John R. Rogers High School. …Named to 2007 South Puget Sound League's Senior All-Star Tea 67 her senior season with a .618 on-base percentage and a .622 slugging percentage. … Also a First Team selection on the All-South Puget Sound League Team. ...In 2006 Tucker was Second Team All-South Puget Sound League Team. …Also named the "Most Inspirational" player on her team. …In 2005 she was also a second team pick for the All-South Puget Sound League Team. …Won the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Academic Award in 2005, 2006 and 2007. …Also active as a club team player. …Played in 2007 for the Washington Heat 18A. …In 2006 she played for the Washington LadyHawks 18A, which won the Seattle/Tacoma Metro Championship which qualified the team for the ASA-18A Nationals in Owensboro, Ky. …In 2004 and 2005 Tucker played for the MsStix 16A. …Served as co-captain in 2005.
Personal:Daughter of Kim Kennedy-Tucker and Mark Tucker. ...She has one brother, Eric, 22.