Tatum Lee

#12 Tatum Lee

HOMETOWN Hawyard, Wis. (Hayward HS)

2012-13: Did not participate with the team.

2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 24 games and averaged 8.0 minutes per game… Recorded 1.3 points and 0.6 assists per game… Totaled 15 rebounds and six steals… Scored a season-high six points in her collegiate debut versus Lakehead (Nov. 3)… Scored five points, brought down three rebounds, recorded three steals and added two assists against St. Cloud State (Jan. 13).

Hayward High School: Lee was a part of a dominating program in the Hurricanes, being named back-to-back-to-back-to-back Heart O’ North Conference Champions...Named captain of the team and garnered 2nd Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-Northwest honors her senior year, averaging 9.6 points per game..Was a participant in the 2011 WBCA All Star Game for the Division 2 North squad...Was named Honorable Mention All-Conference and were Regional Champions her junior year, averaging 4.5 points per game...Averaged 3.1 points per game in her sophomore campaign...Lee was a four seasons athlete while at Hayward, participating in volleyball, track, and softball as well...Conference champs in volleyball from 2008-2010...Regional champs her sophomore and junior years...Was team captain and MVP in her senior year...1st team All-Conference her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons...2nd team All-Conference as a freshman...Were conference champions in track freshman and junior year...Regional champions freshman year...Triple jump regional champion in her senior season...Honored 2nd team All-Conference in softball sophomore year...Was named Hayward Athlete of the Year in 2011...In the classroom, Lee is an honor roll student, graduating with honors.

Daughter of David and Ronda Lee...Born March 11, 1993 in Hayward, Wisc...Younger sister of Bemidji State guard, Morgan Lee... Majoring in business with an emphasis in finance and a minor in management.

BSU Greats:
Tatum’s father, David, played men’s basketball for Bemidji State (1984-88) and still stands as the all-time leading scorer with 2,034 points and is second in assists with 314 in his career (1976-present). He led the team in points during the 1985-86 and 1987-88 seasons. He was also the team’s assist leader for three seasons. D. Lee was a First-Team All-NSIC selection in 1986, 1987 and 1988 and was an honorable mention pick after his freshman campaign in 1985. Tatum’s uncle, Greg Biskup, played men’s hockey at Bemidji State from 1984-88 as a defenseman. He is one of BSU’s 55 players to earn All-America status, was on the 1986 Division III national championship team and was a captain during his career as a Beaver. He racked-up 110 games, 29 goals, 77 assists and 106 points in his four-year career on the blueline.