Kevin Earl Lucas
Kevin Earl Lucas
Sport: Men's Basketball
Inducted: 1995

During the 1981-82 season, Kevin Lucas put together one of the most incredible offensive seasons in Mustang history.

In 1981-82, Kevin scored 579 points in a season, which was second all-time. At the time of his induction, his 226 field goals in a season ranked him third overall in men's basketball history. In his senior season he averaged 19.9 points per game, which helped lead Cal Poly to the playoffs and a 23-6 record. In 1980-81, Kevin was a starting forward for the team that went 24-8 and finished third in the nation in Division II.

Kevin was a CCAA Co-Player of the Year in 1982, First Team All-District 6, 7, 8, which included all West Coast Division II schools, and was CCAA Player of the Week three times as a senior. In 1982, he was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches West All-Star Team. He was one of two Div. II players selected to play in the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-Star Game. Kevin started in all 61 games as a Mustang in which Cal Poly went 47-14 for a .770 winning percentage.

He received a tryout with the Los Angeles Lakers and played semi-pro basketball in England for a season. Currently, Kevin is a Project Manager for Florida & Light in Miami, Florida.