Tucker Vang, #12

  • Year Junior
  • Pos Guard
  • H/W 6-2/180

Season stats

Shooting A M %
Field goals 1 0 .000
Free throws 0 0
Three pointers 0 0
Overall
High game points 0
Effective FG% .000
Per-game breakdown Total Per game
Rebounds10.1
Off. rebounds00.0
Def. rebounds10.1
Assists10.1
Steals00.0
Blocked shots00.0
Turnovers10.1
Additional
Games played11
Games started0
Minutes per game1.5
Total Points0
Points per game0.0
Personal fouls2
Disqualifications0
Technical fouls0
Ejections0
Triple doubles0
Double doubles0

Profile

Tucker Vang has fulfilled a lifelong dream by earning a spot on the Kansas men’s basketball team.

“As a little kid, I always wanted to put on a KU jersey and be a part of something like that. Now I get the opportunity to live it,” said Vang, a 6-foot-2 junior guard from Goddard High near Wichita, who accepted a spot in July after serving as a practice player for the Jayhawks women’s team.

Vang’s brother, Tate, attends KU. His father, Pete, played tight end for the Jayhawks from 1990-93 and his uncle, Shawn, was a guard on the football team from 1995-98.

Vang’s mother, Tara, is also a KU graduate. What’s more, Vang’s grandfather, Randy, played football at Wichita State and his uncle, Scott, played football at Iowa.

“He’s been a KU fan his whole life. He was a big KU fan in high school. We always joked about that, anytime KU and K-State played, that kind of stuff,” said Goddard High coach Kyle Taylor.

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