Tucker, the captain of Trinity's cricket club, lined out in Ireland's defeats against England and the West Indies at the weekend.
Linda Djougang won Sportsperson of the Year after some superb performances for Trinity and a call-up to the Irish Six Nations squad.
Limerick side Catholic Institute scraped a 3-2 win over Trinity's hockey players in the semi-finals of the EYHL promotion playoffs this weekend.
Cork Constitution ultimately emerged comfortable victors in today's AIL semi-final, defeating Trinity 23-3.
DUFC Women came unstuck in a cup final for the second time this season, losing out 24-5 to Port Dara Falcons in Donnybrook.
After finishing the season with seven medals, Trinity's Archery Club now aim to make their club as inclusive and welcoming as possible.
DUFC's under-20s became the first side since 2012 to claim consecutive wins in the Fraser-McMullen Cup.
Lansdowne proved too strong for a second-string DUFC side, lifting the Leinster League trophy after a 49-22 win.
DUFC will compete in the Paul Cusack final after defeating Barnhall 22-15 in College Park.
Following the win in College Park, a semi-final against Cork Constitution in two weeks awaits DUFC.