Courtney Lee joined Maverick basketball in May 2013 as director of basketball operations after spending two years in administration at West Texas A&M as the Director of Student-Athlete Services.
Lee was a graduate assistant under UT Arlington coach Krista Gerlich from 2009-2011 after finishing her basketball career. Lee made the move from coaching to administration at WT on August 1, 2011 as the Director of Student Services. Lee was later being named the Senior Woman Administrator for the department. She was the academic and life skill coordinator, oversaw programming for all sports, and was also the SAAC advisor.
She made the move from player to coach after a successful four-year career on the WT basketball team. Lee was a three-year starting guard for the WT Lady Buffs, playing in 114 games and starting 100. She shot 47.7 percent from the field, 37.9 percent from 3-point range, averaging 10.9 points per game in her career. She totaled 1,246 points, finding her place in the WT record books at number 11 for career points. She also made the career free-throw percentage list at seventh with a .739 shooting clip and is listed at third in the 3-point field goal percentage season record with 44.9 percent shooting.
Lee was named as the Lone Star Conference defensive player of the year for two consecutive years, and listed on the LSC South Division all-conference second team twice. She was also named to the LSC South Commissioners honor roll for her performance in the classroom.
An Arlington, Texas native, Lee graduated from Kennedale High as one of the most proficient scorers in her high school's history, netting over 2,000 career points. She was a two-time TGCA All-State honoree and a three-time TABC All-Region selection, as well as the District MVP as a senior. Lee was also a four-year letter winner in track. She also received a Masters degree in Sports & Exercise Science in May 2011, with an emphasis in Sport Management.
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