2011-12: Nash spent two years playing defense and mid-field at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa. She was named All-District in 2011 and 2012 and Defensive Player of the Year in 2012. She helped her team to become conference champions both years and regional champions in 2011.
High School: Nash attended Skiatook High School before playing college ball.
2012: Lee, formerly Addie Tipton, attended the University of Tulsa, but did not play soccer.
2011: In her sophomore season, Lee collected 10 shutouts on her way to a 15-6 record. For the season, she allowed just 22 goals and recorded 65 saves. She had a goals against average for the season of 1.02. She had a season-high of eight saves in a 2-1 victory over Texas Wesleyan in September.
Karen Karner joined the faculty of USAO in Fall, 2013, as Clinic Director of the John A. Morris Speech and Language Clinic and an instructor of speech-language pathology. Her clinical background in speech- language pathology includes work in the public schools of Kansas, Texas, and Oklahoma, and private practice in both Texas and Oklahoma where her caseloads included early intervention, autism spectrum disorders, adult intellectual disability, and school-age speech and language disorders. She has additional training and experience in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
She has been a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in good standing since 1985. She has earned the Award for Continuing Education (ACE) three times. She presently serves as Vice President-Elect of the Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association. At USAO, she serves on the Superior Teaching and Scholarly Activity Committee.
Karner is a Ph.D. candidate in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where her dissertation research focuses on the social use of language of adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. A fellow of the Leadership in Education and Neurodevelopmental and Other Related Disabilities (LEND) program, Karner brings to her position an understanding of family-centered and culturally competent services that place the patient and the family at the forefront of decision making in the treatment process.