2000 — Played in 18 games as a substitute … Scored five goals, including two against UC Santa Cruz (Oct. 21) … Also scored against Princeton (Sept. 15), UC Santa Barbara (Sept. 29), and Loyola Marymount (Oct. 28) … Collected two steals and three assists.
1999 - Used mainly as a reserve off the bench ... Recorded one assist.
1998 - Gained experience as a practice player.
1997 - Redshirted.
High School - Earned three letters in water polo at Burroughs HS for coach John Kunishima … Selected first-team all-league and L.A. Times All-Area twice … Named first-team All-CIF and team MVP in his junior and senior seasons … Three-time team captain … Earned All-America honors as well as All-Area MVP … Scored 348 career goals, including a school record 17 in a single game … Helped team to the CIF semi-finals and a second place league finish … League champion in the 100-yard butterfly … Member of the Junior National Team and a participant in the Junior Olympics.
Personal - Full name: Alfonso Fernandez Tucay, Jr. … Born October 20, 1979, in Roanoke Rapids, NC … Lists "the intensity" as his favorite aspect of water polo … Hobbies include art and music … His father, Alfonso Tucay Sr., was the Philippine national champion and a record holder in the 100-meter fly … His sister, Christi Tucay, is a rhythmic gymnast and a former member of the U.S. Senior National Team … Political science major.