As part of the Southeastern Conference's celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the conference will spotlight former student-athletes that have gone on to successful careers outside of athletics.
The first-ever women's golfer to play all four seasons at Tennessee, Amy Livsey Tucker excelled on the course and in the classroom as a Lady Vol from 1993-97. With a four-year stroke average of 79.12, she helped lead the Lady Vols to seven tournament titles during her career. One of those championships came at the 1996 Pat Bradley Intercollegiate, where she shot a 225 to finish tied for second on the individual leaderboard.
An English major, Tucker was a three-time Academic All-American and also earned All-SEC honorable mention as a junior in 1996. She graduated with summa cum laude honors in 1997 and returned to her home state of Texas to attend the University of Texas Law School.
Tucker is currently the presiding judge for County Court at Law 3-a family court and designated child protection court. Boasting extensive litigation, jury trial and appellate experience, she is double board certified in family law and child welfare law.
A licensed attorney for 21 years, Tucker has served as a judge for nine years. She was unanimously appointed by the Commissioner's Court as the presiding judge on July 1, 2021 and won another four-year term on March 1, 2022.