2002: Despite serving as a reserve for most of the 2002 season, Lee continued to be an aggressive goal scorer. In his sophomore year, he was fifth on the team in goals scored and points with four and nine respectively. He also scored a pair of match winning goals, beating TCU (Oct. 5) and Wisconsin (Nov. 9) with his direct attack. In the Wisconsin contest, he scored a pair of goals, the second such performance of his team. His aggressive nature did land him in some danger, as he recorded five yellow cards on the season. He missed the DePaul match on Nov. 6 due to the buildup of cards. Lee earned the starting nod in four straight matches during the middle of the season. He scored in two of those matches, netting a goal against Washington (Sept. 27) and TCU as a starter. He saw action as a starter just two more times, earning the added playing time against Louisville (Oct. 15) and Cincinnati (Nov. 13).
2001: A valuable addition at forward, Lee spent most of the season as the Marquette leader in scoring. He finished the season tied for the team lead with Sean Reti and Eric Marshall in goals witih seven. He was tied with Marshall and Derek Gutierrez for second in points with 16. He led the squad with 55 shots on the year, the fifth highest total in C-USA. Lee came on strong, scoring three goals in his first three games. After making his collegiate debut against Oakland (Sept. 1), he tallied a goal and an assist against DePaul (Sept. 3). He assisted Gutierrez on MU's first goal of the season. He tallied the first two scoring marks against Valparaiso (Sept. 7). After going scoreless in the next two matches, he scored MU's first goal in back-to-back matches against Wisconsin (Sept. 26) and UAB (Sept. 28). The latter half of the season was quiet, scoring just two more times. However, the second goal was key as it was the match winner in the C-USA semifinal against UAB (Nov. 16). Despite scoring one goal during the regular C-USA year, Lee earned a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman team.
At St. Thomas Aquinas: Lee played for Craig Ewing and helped his high school squad advance to the state finals. Lee was named an all-state performer as a senior after a 25-goal, seven assist season. He was also an all-midwest and honorable mention All-American by the NSCAA. As a junior, Lee teamed with current MU player Derek Gutierrez to lead St. Thomas Aquinas to a state title and a national ranking of 12. He was named a first team all-state performer as he led helped his team to a 17-2-2 record. A four time letterwinner, Lee finished his career with 45 goals and 13 assists. In his four years, St. Thomas Aquinas finished no worse than third in the state. Lee also was a part of Legends Soccer Club. Playing for Gareth Hughes, Legends won four state titles while Lee was a member. Lee was also a six-year Kansas State Olympic Development Program Team Member. Academically, Lee was on the honor roll all eight semesters and was in Who's Who Among American High School Students.
Personal: Born December 28, 1982, Lee is the son of Dana and Angela Lee. He is a business administration major.
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