High School: Providence (Charlotte)
State: North Carolina
Years Played: 2006-2009
Tucker Hull was a 2009 graduate of Providence where he finished his career as North Carolina’s all-time leading scorer.
The attackman led Providence to the 2009 North Carolina Class 4A state championship and a 22-1 record. With 170 point season, Hull earned the 2009 North Carolina Player of the year in addition to being named an US Lacrosse All-American. He was also an US Lacrosse All-American after his junior year in which he totaled 102 points.
Hull posted the best single-season goal total in state history when he scored 104 during his senior year. His 170 points that season are also a state record.
Hull went on to play in college at Navy where he was a 2013 Tewaaraton Award Watch List selection in addition to 2013 Preseason All-Patriot League, 2012 Second-Team All-Patriot League and 2011 Patriot League Rookie of the Year.
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