Tucker Hired as Women's Hoops Coach at Northland College

Updated: 05/13/2014 11:30 PM
Created: 05/13/2014 11:24 PM
By: Eyewitness Sports

Ashland, Wisc. - Daryle Tucker is the new Head Coach of the Northland College LumberJills basketball team.

Tucker has coached men's basketball at Green Mountain College and women's basketball at Southeastern University. He is also a former assistant coach at the University of North Dakota, where he served as the head recruiter. He has also had coaching positions with Southeastern Louisiana University, Georgia Southwestern, and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

Tucker graduated from Atlanta Christian College in 2004 and earned National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCAA) DII Honorable Mention All-American status in 2005, along with a pair of All-Conference First Team honors.

Tucker begins his job at Northland College in early-June.

Daryle Tucker
Northland College

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