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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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 …

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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.

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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.

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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…

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The Lady Flames put up their lowest scoring game of the season Thursday night against the Delta State Statesmen, but the strong play on the defensive end was the main story as the girls pushed on to a 54-27 win.

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The two basketball games that took place last Saturday night exceeded expectations of a normal rivalry game. The vibrant successes of the Lee Flames (10-6) and Lady Flames (14-3) were spurred on by a sea of white T-shirts made up of students, faculty, family and alumni. The night, dubbed the…

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Lee University will occasionally look internationally to procure the best athletes for the team, and Daniel Costa Prata from Brazil is a prime example of this type of recruiting. He's one of South America's best young athletes.

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Lady Flames soccer team players Summer Lanter and McKenzie Bricker are having a fantastic senior year, winning Gulf South Conference (GSC) honors three times this season. The two were placed on the pre-season All-Gulf South Conference Team back in August.

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The men's soccer team had only a short preseason​ ​to ​get​ ​to​ ​know​ ​their​ ​new​ ​coach, Derek Potteiger,​ but now ​the​ ​players are ready​ ​to​ ​kick​​start​ ​the​ ​fall​ ​season​ ​with​ ​new​ ​goals​ ​and​ ​fresh​ ​legs.

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Alumni of Lee University dusted the cobwebs off their boots this weekend for the annual Lee day alumni soccer game.

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Over Lee University’s spring break the Flames played a total of 28 games, matches and contests.

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With a “man down” and no substitutes, Lee University’s lacrosse team picked themselves up from the 9-17 loss of their first game against Erskine College on Feb. 11 with more games to come.

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As Tori Lentz of Powell, Tenn. selected Lee to be her college home, she had no idea that a pre-existing heart condition could put her plan to play college basketball in jeopardy after just one year on the court.

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In preparation for the spring 2017 season, Lee University’s baseball team took a unique step to gaining even more improvement: yoga.

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Dorms across campus gathered in Walker Arena on Saturday, Jan. 21 for basketball, free food and leis to celebrate Dorm Day, an annual event where students watch the basketball game with their respective residence halls.

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While Lee students were snuggled up on the couch watching TBS's "A Christmas Story" marathon, Lee University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams were hard at work on the court.

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Lee University introduced Derek Potteiger, the new men’s head soccer coach, in a press conference Monday, January 23.

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There were double wins over a small weekend for the Lee Flames. The only games this weekend were played by the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Both teams traveled to Georgia to face Shorter University on Saturday, Dec. 3.

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Lee Flames and Lady Flames Cross-Country headed to Saint Leo, Florida on Saturday Nov. 19 to compete in the NCAA Division II National Championship and finish off their season.

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The Women’s basketball team opened their season with a 93-65 win against St. Leo University in Lakeland, Fl. on Friday Nov. 11. Junior Carrie Cheeks led the team with 23 points and 16 rebounds. The women shot 52 percent from the court and made 11-of-16 free throws.

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