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3 Ryan Tucker
Ryan  Tucker


Towson, Md.

High School:
The Gilman School

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200



Starsia Announces 2015 Team Awards

Tucker received the Allen Voshell Award winner as Team MVP


Virginia Has 314 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 4,143 student-athletes recognized


Three Cavaliers Named to the All-ACC Academic Team

Van Arsdale leads honorees with his fourth career nod


Barrett Headlines UVa's Four USILA All-America Honorees

Coholan, Sacco and Tucker also honored


Sacco, Tucker and Van Arsdale are Named USILA Scholar All-Americans

UVa has now had 24 student-athletes to earn the USILA Scholar All-America honor


Men's Lacrosse vs. Cornell (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Cornell (by Matt Riley)


Men's Lacrosse vs. Duke (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Duke (by Matt Riley)


Men's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers (by Matt Riley)


Men's Lacrosse vs. UNC (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. UNC (by Matt Riley)


Men's Lacrosse vs. Maryland (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Maryland (by Matt Riley)

• Member of the 2012 USA U-19 Team that won a gold medal at the World Championships in Turku, Finland

• USILA third-team All-American
• USILA Scholar All-American
• Senior CLASS Award candidate
• Started all 15 games at midfield
• Finished career No. 8 all-time among Cavalier midfielders with 77 career goals
• One of UVa's five captains
• Preseason third-team All-American by Face-Off Yearbook
• Selected in the first round (4th overall) by the Boston Cannons in the 2015 MLL Draft
• Scored the season's first goal at No. 7 Loyola (Feb. 7) and added one assist in the win
• Scored two goals and two assists against No. 16 Drexel (Feb. 14)
• Scored a goal and dished an assist at Rutgers (Feb. 21)
• Tallied three goals against No. 4 Notre Dame (March 14)
• Tied a career high with five goals at No. 19 Johns Hopkins (March 21), including tyint the game with 46 seconds left
• Also added a career-high seven points at Hopkins
• Recognized on ACC Academic Honor Roll

• All-ACC Academic Team
• Started all 15 games he appeared in
• Missed the Richmond game
• Finished No. 3 on the team with 24 goals
• Scored on 41 percent of his shots
• Scored two goals against No. 12 Loyola (Feb. 6), including forcing overtime with one-tenth of a second remaining in regulation, tying the game 13-13 with a goal
• Dished one assist against the Greyhounds
• Scored a career-high five goals and six points against Rutgers (Feb. 22)
• Scored one goal and dished an assist vs. No. 8 Syracuse (March 1)
• Scored twice at No. 15 Cornell (March 8)
• Scored at least one point in all 15 games played
• Scored goals in 14-of-15 games played
• Scored twice vs. Bellarmine (April 19) and vs. No. 6 North Carolina (April 26) in the ACC Showcase game

• All-ACC Academic Team
• Appeared in all 15 of UVa's games with 12 starts
• Ran on the first midfield
• Scored 15 goals and dished out five assists
• Scored a season-high two goals against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 26), Vermont (March 5), Ohio State (March 16) and Maryland (March 30)
• Dished out a season-high two assists against Cornell (March 9)
• Picked up 24 ground balls and caused six turnovers
• Left the Duke (April 12) game early with an injury after scoring a goal and making an assist
• Missed only one start after the injury (Bellarmine, April 20)
• Played against Bellarmine, but took runs on the second midfield


• Appeared in all 16 games
• Scored 13 goals, which ties teammate Rob Emery (in 2011) for No. 2 amongst freshmen UVa midfielders under Dom Starsia all-time
• Made collegiate debut at No. 20 Drexel
• Ran on the second midfield
• Scored first career goal at No. 20 Drexel
• Scored one time against VMI and Stony Brook
• Tallied a career-high three goals at Mount St. Mary's
• Scored once against No. 3 Syracuse
• Tied his career mark with three goals at Ohio State
• Scored twice against No. 2 Johns Hopkins
• Scored once and dished first two collegiate assists at No. 9 UNC

Listed as the No. 10 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Rated the No. 2 incoming midfielder in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Under Armour All-American
• Four-time Under Armour All-Star
• Was ranked as the nation's No. 5 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse
• 97-mph shot won fastest shot at the Warrior Top 40 game in Boston
• Tallied 25 goals, nine assists and 52 ground balls his senior season
• Towson Times Player of the Year
• Played at Gilman with former UVa teammate Harry Prevas
• Had 19 goals and 10 assists as a junior
• All-MIAA choice
• Also played soccer and helped lead Gilman to the 2010 MIAA A Conference Championship
• On the honor roll all four years at Gilman
• Has worked with the Special Olympics at Gilman

• Son of Janine and John Tucker
• Has a younger brother Devin
• Mother, the former Janine Kormanik, played lacrosse at Loyola (Md.) and 2015 was her 22nd season as the head women's lacrosse coach at Johns Hopkins
• Father John played lacrosse for Johns Hopkins and was on the United States World Team, and is the current head coach for the MLL's Boston Cannons.

Tucker's Career Statistics



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