Laura Tucker, Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw State soccer standout Laura Tucker spent her collegiate career marauding across soccer pitches and tormenting defenders each time she took the field.
Tucker is the second Kennesaw State University individual inducted into the ASUN Conference Hall of Fame, joining softball standout Keri McKee Corolano (2017).
A member of the Kennesaw State soccer program from 2003-06, Tucker is the program's all-time leading scorer with 137 points (54 goals, 29 assists) and tops KSU with 19 game-winning goals. The Tuscaloosa, Ala. native was tabbed the 2006 ASUN Player of the Year and a first team all-conference selection after totaling 28 points (12 goals, four assists) while leading the Owls to the regular-season championship and a 13-2-2 record, including an 8-0-1 mark in the ASUN. During her two seasons playing in the conference, Tucker helped KSU to a 26-6-3 record and 16-2-1 league mark en route to becoming a two-time first team all-conference pick.
In four years at Kennesaw State, Tucker was instrumental in helping the Owls to a 63-11 (.851) record that included a 25-1 mark and NCAA Division II national championship in 2003. She went on to earn Peach Belt first team all-conference honors and was selected Offensive Most Valuable Player at the NCAA Championship. Tucker's list of honors also includes 2004 NCAA Division I Independent Player of the Year and 2005 Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region.