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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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…
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.
Returning senior and now co-captain David Perez takes what he learned playing for the Chattanooga Football Club (CFC) this season and hopes to channels it towards the Lee pitch this fall.