3  Jasmine Lee
Jasmine Lee

RS Senior

Bessemer, Ala.

High School:
Jess Lanier HS

Last College:
University of Georgia




C-USA Player of the Year (2012); C-USA First Team All-Conference (2012); St. John's All-Tournament Team (2012); C-USA Player of the Week (12/12/11, 1/30/12, 11/22/10); C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (2010, 2011, 2012); Tiger 3.0 Club (2009, 2010)


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@MemphisWBKB Hosting Unbeaten UALR Saturday Morning

Tigers open three-game home stand against 4-0 UALR.


@MemphisWBKB Back on the Road Wednesday

Tigers heading back to the state of Illinois for a non-conference match-up.


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Forty-Seven Student-Athletes in Commencement Activities Saturday

Tigers' athletics well-represented in the 100th year commencement activities.


2011 Memphis Madness

The 2011 Memphis Madness at the FedExForum on October 14, 2011.

Jasmine Lee Career StatsGet Acrobat Reader

Lee career game by gameGet Acrobat Reader

Career: Appeared in 66 career games at Memphis with 50 career starts...Scored 910 points with 610 rebounds in two seasons...Averaged 13.8 ppg and 9.2 rpg as a Tiger...Also added 62 steals, 41 blocks and 54 assists...Shot 50.2 percent from the field for her career and 55.6 percent from the free-throw line...Scored double-digit points in 46 of her 66 career games at Memphis and had double-digit rebounds in 32 games...C-USA Player of the Year (2012); C-USA First Team All-Conference (2012); C-USA Player of the Week (three times); C-USA Pre-Season All-Conference (2012)....CollegeSportsMadness.com All-High Major First Team....College SportsMadness.com All-C-USA First Team.

2011-12 (Senior): Named the Conference USA Player of the Year in a vote of the league's coaches, media representative and sports information directors...Also named First Team All-C-USA after appearing in all 33 games with 31 starts...Led Memphis with 15.2 points and 10.3 rebounds per game...Posted 17 double-doubles on the season, the most in a single season since Tamika Whitmore posted 17 from 1997-98...Posted 20 or more points 10 times, including in four of the last seven games of the season for Memphis...Tied a career high with 25 points in a road win at Rice...Shot 50.9 percent from the field for the season...Had double-digit rebounds in 20 of 33 games for Memphis...Also finished with 41 steals, 24 blocks and 24 assists...Never fouled out of a game (or had more than three fouls in a game)...Named Best Rebounder and Co-Best Offensive Player of the Year by the Tiger coaching staff in team honors...Also named to CollegeSportsMadness.com's All-High Major Team First Team and to their first-team All-C-USA squad.

2010-2011 (Redshirt Junior): Appeared in 33 of 34 games for Memphis with 19 starts...Ranked second on the team in scoring with 12.4 ppg and led the team in rebounding with 8.2 rebounds a night...Posted eight double-doubles on the season, including back-to-back double-doubles in wins over Grambling State and at Indiana...Was named the C-USA Player of the Week following the 1-1 week against Indiana and Ohio...Just missed a third straight double-double in the loss at Ohio, finishing with nine points and 12 rebounds...Had 18 double-digit scoring games and 12 double-digit rebounding nights...Scored 20 or more points in two games, including a 21-point game against Grambling State in the Tigers' second game of the year and a career-high 25 points against SMU, Memphis' one victory in a five-game stretch missed by leading scorer Brittany Carter due to injury...Scored 19 points three times, just missing the 20-point benchmark...Connected on a career-best 10 of 13 attempts at the free-throw line in the Conference USA tournament opening win over Southern Miss, finishing with 18 points...Battled a shin injury suffered at the conference tournament to end the season, finishing the year with back-to-back single digit outings of eight points...Was 10-for-17 in wins over both Grambling State and SMU to set and tie career marks...Had a career-best eight offensive rebounds against UTEP, then tied that mark with eight boards against SMU...Had a career-high 10 defensive boards in the loss at UAB in her home state...Finished the UAB game with a career-best 16 rebounds....Had eight or more rebounds in 18 of 33 games...Missed one game at the Kansas Tournament, otherwise averaged 25.6 minutes a game...Shot 49.5 percent from the field and 51.9 percent from the free-throw line...Also averaged 0.5 blocks a game and 0.6 steals a game...Graduated in May of 2011 with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.

2009-2010 (Junior): Sat out the 2009-2010 season after transferring to Memphis from Georgia...Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club and the C-USA Academic Honor Roll for having a GPA of 3.0 or higher...Will have two years of eligibility remaining after sitting out 2009-2010.

University of Georgia: Played in 47 games over her freshman and sophomore seasons at the University of Georgia...Started 12 games and shot 56 percent from the floor, averaging 3.6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game as a sophomore...Was a roommate with Tiger teammate Brittany Carter in their respective freshman campaigns at Georgia...Was also looking at Florida State, Western Kentucky, Alabama, UAB and UCF.

Prep: Was the No. 78 ranked player in the country coming out of Jess Lanier High School in Bessemer, Ala...Coached by Connie Morris, Lee helped her team to a 32-2 record as a junior and a trip to the Final Four of the Alabama Class 5A state tournament by averaging 13.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.0 blocks and 1.8 steals during her final two prep seasons...Also played AAU ball, playing for the Alabama Twisters under coaches Gerard and Mimi Johnson...Earned all-America status while leading the Twisters to a fifth-place finish in the 2007 AAU National Championships.

Personal: Born August 10, 1989..Daughter of Melvin and Jameria Lee...Her cousin, Sam Shade, played football at Alabama before an eight-season career in the NFL with the Washington Redskins and the Cincinnati Bengals.

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