She may be nicknamed “Tiny,” but her grit and endurance on the track is anything but that. Recently being named the GSC Freshman of the week, freshman business major Kayla Williams has proven that her love for track is huge.
Freshman standout, Alex Butler, has helped the Lee Flames baseball team keep a steady pace in the Gulf South Conference (GSC) this season. The right-handed pitcher has fit right in to the Flame’s rotation and has made a name for himself, already earning multiple GSC weekly honors.
Editor's note: "Leeving" is an opportunity for graduating seniors to write a reflection about their time at Lee and what lies ahead in their futures.
“I’m with you, not above you.”
On a blustery spring day, the Lady Flames fell twice to Mississippi College. In the opener the Lady Flames lost 7-2 and 12-2 in the second game. It was just not the Lady Flames' day, as the home team struggled against the Choctaws' powerful offense.
A crisp Saturday morning led to a 5-2 win for the Lady Flames against the Bellarmine Knights. The team’s persistent work ethic, agility and a cheering crowd brought another victory as the season starts to take shape.
A game day routine for this player consists of eating Fazoli’s, drinking a nice smoothie from Smoothie King and catching a quick cat nap before the big game. For junior digital media major Ryan Montgomery, his defensive skills have allowed him to be a key player on the Flames basketball team.
Thursday night's game was high stakes as the Flames basketball team was up against Union University's Bulldogs, their conference rival in the Gulf South Conference (GSC). While the Bulldogs took the first meeting, the Flames pulled through this time around, giving them a victory against Unio…
On Feb. 16, the Lady Flames and Flames defeated Auburn Montgomery (AUM) in front of a rowdy home crowd at the Walker Arena.
A high-energy and fast paced match led to a win for the Flames tennis team on Saturday as they swept Lees-McRae, 7-0.
If you had the opportunity to compete at a collegiate level at a school over thirty hours away from your home, would you do it?
There are 162 games in an MLB baseball season, 82 in an NBA season, but in an NFL season there are only a measly 16 games, which are played along with the playoffs.
When the Walker Arena is not packed out for a Lee Flames basketball game, intramural basketball takes over the court on weekday nights.
Flames baseball started off the year strong by taking both opening day games and finishing out the weekend by winning their series against Lindenwood.
A fast-paced Saturday afternoon in Walker Arena led to a victory for the Lady Flames as they faced Mississippi College Choctaws and remain in second place for the Gulf South Conference, after a tough loss on Jan. 26.
The 2018 Lee Flames baseball season ended in heartbreak as the team lost by only one run in the Gulf South Conference (GSC) championship game.
The men and women’s tennis teams are gearing up for another season this spring where they are expecting to make improvements in their technique and team work.
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As January comes to an end, the Lady Flames Softball team is about to begin their season.
He is 6 feet 9 inches tall, has scored 264 points for the men’s basketball team and is number 30 for the Lee Flames. For Colton Blevins, these simple facts are only a small part of his story as he found his path to Lee University unexpectedly and landed a spot on the Flames basketball team.
On a cold and rainy afternoon, the Lady Flames brought the heat as they defeated West Alabama 77-50 at Walker Arena.
Saturday’s game against Alabama-Huntsville was all about distributing the wealth as five different players scored ten points or more in the Lady Flames 23-point victory.
An anxious Flames crowd roared during the final minutes of their matchup with the West Georgia Wolves, but in the end, the Flames suffered their first conference loss by a slim 4 points.
A Lee soccer player made a sudden transition from striker to water boy and learned a new meaning of keeping your head in the game.
After two winning two consecutive playoff matches, the Lady Flames are headed into the NCAA Final Four.
The Lady Flames traveled down to Chattanooga to face off with the Mocs this past Tuesday, Nov. 6.
On Saturday, Nov. 3, Lee University rivaled Piedmont College for the annual Homecoming weekend basketball game in the Walker Arena. The Flames clenched victory with a final score of 83-50.
It was a tough exhibition loss to open up the season for coach Bubba Smith and the Flames basketball team. The Division I Chattanooga Mocs overcame the Flames by a score of 62-60 in the final seconds of the contest.
In their first exhibition game of the season, the Lady Flames basketball team took on Faulkner University in front of a packed house at Walker Arena.
Walker Arena was filled to the brim Friday night with fans wearing pink for the Lady Flame’s Volley for a Cure Match.
The men's soccer team competed against their in-state rival Tusculum College this Wednesday, Oct. 24.
The Lady Flames volleyball is now in postseason mode.
Senior Lady Flames volleyball player and 2017 “All South Region” award winner Silvia Sartori is soaring through her fifth and final season as a Lee athlete.
For one night only, every dorm and apartment at Lee University comes together in Walker Arena for what is undeniably the biggest and loudest event on campus all year.
Nationally ranked runner Christian Noble is making waves throughout the country in his third year at Lee.
Lee University faced off against the Auburn Montgomery Warhawks during their annual Kickin’ It For Kids With Cancer soccer game.
With a remarkable record over the past three years as a Lady Flame, Mia Hollingsworth has proven herself to be an incredible asset when she steps on the field.
The Flames took to the soccer field on Saturday night to face the visiting Shorter Hawks. While tensions were high at the beginning, the Flames hushed the Hawks by a score of 7-0, leaving no doubt who ruled this rivalry.
Wednesday night, the Lady Flames soccer team wrapped up non-conference play against Emmanuel College of Franklin Springs, Georgia. While the crowd was not as large as a typical student turnout, parents of players and a few faithful fans came to watch the Lady Flames scorch the Lions by a sco…
The Lee men’s soccer team came out firing in their home opener against Bellarmine on Saturday, Sept. 8. In their first home game of the season, with the stands filled to the brim, the Flames put on quite the show.
Alex Carter, senior track runner, was named Athlete of the Week after winning two consecutive events at the Berry College Victor Icebreaker Duals in early March. His wins assisted the Flames in keeping their current first place spot in the Gulf South Conference. Carter’s wins and devotion to…
After a five-game losing streak in the Gulf South Conference (GSC), the Lady Flames bounced back in a three-game softball series against a major challenger: 14th ranked conference foe, West Florida.
Amidst a year of ups and downs, Lee University baseball (16-14) is catching fire at the right time in the season. The Flames won five of their last six games and completed a series sweep of Auburn Montgomery (11-16) this weekend to continue their stretch of wins.
The Lady Flames’ victory over Delta State University on Saturday, Feb. 17, marked the 500th win in Marty Rowe’s basketball coaching career. The team’s match against Shorter University on Feb. 22 added another to the total, racking up 370 wins for Coach Rowe since his first year at Lee in 200…
As of Saturday, Feb. 17, following the men’s game against Delta State, both the Flames and Lady Flames basketball teams have clinched spots in the Gulf South Conference (GSC) Tournament. This will be the first GSC Tournament appearance in program history for the men’s team and will mark the …
CLEVELAND, Tenn. - Lee University women’s lacrosse team has made history. The first win since the team’s establishment was recorded Feb. 11, 2018, as Lee took home an impressive victory against Point University. After a lacking first season, Lady Flames Lacrosse is officially on the map.
Waves of cheers, chants and applause flooded Stanley Butler Softball Field as the Lady Flames emerged victorious in their first two home games of the season against Lincoln Memorial University. The doubleheader posted a gutsy 4-3 win—followed by a remarkable 9-1 win for the second.
The Hoops 4 Hope matchup between the Lady Flames (18-6) and Union Bulldogs (22-2) was a contest knotted evenly throughout the majority of the game. As if the intensity wasn't already enough, fans were also anxiously awaiting the promised unveiling of the centennial mascot.
Tonight's Lady Flames basketball game against Union is going to be anything but ordinary.
Lee’s track & field teams started the season off strong on Sunday, Jan. 21 with a first-place finish for the men’s team and fourth place for the women’s at the Emory Crossplex Invitational. With high standings and high spirits, the teams now determinedly look to the National Championship…