Former UCF Women's Soccer Goalkeeper Lee Signs Pro
Lee becomes the first Knight to suit up with a professional team.
Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - UCF women's soccer goalkeeper
Lynzee Lee, who donned the Black and Gold from 2008-09, recently signed
on to play with the Buffalo Flash of the United Soccer League. Lee becomes
the first Knight to sign a professional contract in school history.
"I am very proud of Lynzee and what she has accomplished," said UCF
Donna Fishter. "She is very athletic and overall a very talented
goalkeeper. We were lucky to have her at UCF. I do believe this is just the
beginning of a great professional career for her."
Lee was a very instrumental in taking the Knights to the 2009 NCAA
Tournament, posting a 5-0-1 record along with notching two shutouts. She had
an amazing 0.54 goals-against average with an .864 save percentage, while
she earned the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week award for
shutting out LSU and FIU. In C-USA contests, Lee was a perfect 3-0-0. In her
first year at UCF after transferring from Utah, Lee played in three games
with one start.
The Flash opened up their 2010 season Wednesday when they hosted the
London Gryphons. Buffalo's home matches are held at the Demske Sports
Complex at Canisius College. For more information, visit
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