from the CIAA:
Up next, the CIAA Student-Athlete Spotlight, presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors, features Bianca Tucker of Bowie State University. Tucker is a senior volleyball student-athlete from Edgewood, MD. She is a Business Administration major with a 3.12 grade point average.
Volleyball – Earned BSU Team Coaches Award (2017)
Volleyball – Helped the Bulldogs earn a berth in the 2019 CIAA Championship Tournament
Something unique most people wouldn’t know about you:
“I don’t have any special talents like singing, dancing or acting. However, after asking some of my closest friends and family, they all said it is my personality. Before getting to know me I come off as a quiet, shy, very business professional-like woman. After getting to know me you will find that my personality is unmatched. While I am very professional when I need to be, I have a very bubbly, outgoing, goofy, confident, caring, passionate personality that can put a smile on anyone’s face.”
Your goals or plans after finishing school:
“After finishing school I want to become a Business Analyst. I also want to build my own sports complex that will reach and teach many individuals the importance of equality, community and healthy living.”
Your greatest inspiration:
“My greatest inspiration is my mother. She is an extremely hardworking, professional, God-fearing woman that walks with dignity and pride. She’s also an amazing, loving, and supportive mother that will always push you to be the best person that you can possibly be.”
What do you love the most about being a student-athlete your school?
“What I enjoy the most about being a student-athlete at Bowie State is that student-athletes are held to a high standard when it comes to keeping our grades up. The athletic department offers many resources to ensure academic success and they congratulate and give incentives to student-athletes who work hard and achieve academic accomplishments.”