As part of the Southeast Conference’s 50th Anniversary of Title IX, the conference will feature alumni-athletes who have had successful careers outside of athletics.
First female golfer to play all four seasons in Tennessee, Amy Livsey Tucker excelled in the course and in the classroom as Lady Vol from 1993-97. With a four-year average of 79.12, she helped lead the Lady Vols to seven league titles in her career. One of those championships came at the 1996 Pat Bradley Intercollegiate, where she shot 225 to finish second in the individual standings.
An English major, Tucker is a three-time American Academic and also earned All-SEC honors as a student in 1996. She graduated with convocation cum laureate in 1997 and returned to his home state of Texas to attend the University of Texas Law School.
Tucker currently presides over hearings for the 3rd District Court, a family court and designated child protection court. Boasting extensive experience in litigation, jury trials and appellate trials, she is certified in family law and child welfare law.
A licensed attorney for 21 years, Tucker served as a judge for nine years. She was unanimously appointed by the Court Committee to preside over the trial on July 1, 2021, and won a further four-year term on March 1, 2022.