2013: Back on the Drovers’ squad after a year off, Lee was USAO’s go-to keeper. She played more than 1,200 minutes, collecting 95 saves and securing two shutouts against new conference opponents. She is third in school history in career goals against average (1.50) and wins (21) and is second in total shutouts with 13 on her career. During the summer of 2014, Lee played in the Women’s Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.
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.
2010: As a freshman, Lee appeared in 11 games, racking up nearly 600 minutes of game time. She had 21 saves on the season, including six each in back-to-back games against NCAA Division II teams East Central University and University of Central Oklahoma in September. She recorded a win against Oklahoma Christian in October and a shutout in an early September game against Emmanuel College.
High School: Lee was showered with honors during her high school career at Metro Christian Academy. Honors include: Newcomer of the Year, two-time Defensive Player of the Year, Charger Cup Outstanding Goalie Award, two-time All-District and two-time All-Metro Honorable Mention by the Tulsa World. Additionally, she was ranked No. 2 out of all keepers in all divisions by OKrankings.com in 2009.
Advice to Freshman: Obey the coaches