WNBA and Former UConn Basketball Player, Morgan Tuck, Sheds Light on the Recruiting Process

Morgan Tuck, age 25, is a recognizable WNBA star. Although she was able to amass four NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship titles while she was at UConn, she was just as successful in her high school career. She was able to lead her high school team to have a 110-9 record and earning three state championships. She was named Ms. Basketball for the state of Illinois as a freshman and as a senior in high school. Tuck also represented the USA National Basketball Team five times, earning a gold medal each time. Tuck was drafted third overall to the Connecticut Suns in 2016. Although injuries have set her back in her professional career, Tuck has made a name for herself throughout her young career. Tuck talks about staying confident and remembering the bigger picture when you are overwhelmed. 

* Originally published on October 14, 2019, by Erin Moy

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