Height: 6'10"
Weight: 250
Year: Senior
Hometown: Uusikaupunki, Finland
High School: Uusikaupunki



2009-10:CAA Tournament MVP...First Team All-CAA...NABC District 10 First team...Mid Major All-American...scored 24 vs. Duquesne...22 vs. Marshall and 26 in the CAA semi-finals vs. VCU...9 rebounds vs. Richmond and UNCW....New ODU record with 36 games played and started in a single season...Most career games played with 137.

2008-09: First Team All-CAA...CAA All-Tournament...NABC District 10 first Mid Major All-American...Member of the Finnish National Team...four double-doubles (VCU, Towson,Drexel and Hofstra)...30 points and ten rebounds vs. Hofstra in CAA quarterfinals...double figures in 29 of 33 games...3 blocks vs. UMES....11 rebounds vs. VCU and Towson...Third in CAA in Field goal percentage (.542)...11th in CAA in rebounding (5.7)...10th in CAA in free throw percentage (.755)...Joined the 1,000 career point mark in game vs. Liberty...

2007-08: Second Team All-CAA...Double-doubles against Georgetown and Northeastern...24 points and 12 boards vs. Georgetown...20 points and eight Boards vs. Louisville... 12th in CAA in rebounding...8th in CAA in field goal Percentage...3rd in CAA in offensive rebounding at 2.7...27 games scoring in Double figures....six games of 20 or more points...14 games of seven or more Rebounds...Only Monarch to start all 34 games.

2006-07 Started six games...scored 14 points vs. Drexel...perfect 5-5 from the floor against Butler in the NCAA high 11 rebounds vs. Butler...3 blocks vs. VCU...


IN FINLAND: Played for the Finnish under-20 team where he was averaging 17.1 points and 4.5 rebounds...Averaged 10.0 points and 4.5 rebounds Per game for the city team of Korihait which had seven players averaging double figures.He scored 28 points and 25 points in his last two games of the season. Averaged 18.1 points and 8.3 rebounds for the Finnish under-18 team in 2005...He Scored 30 points with eight rebounds against Hungary as his season high. ..He shot .566 from the floor...



LEE'S FAMILY: His father (Gerald Lee, SR.) was a point guard at Dowling College in Oakdale, NY. He played pro basketball in Finland and for the Finnish national team. He is the all-time leading scorer in Finnish pro history... Lee retired from coaching after leading Korihait to the 2003 Finnish first division championship. His uncles also played basketball. Eugene and Russell played for Marshall, while Ron was the 1975 NIT MVP with the University of Oregon, who took third place that year.



Full Name: Gerald Raymond Lee, Jr.
Birthdate: 11-23-87
Parents: Gerald Lee Sr & Ritva Paivarinne Lee
Brother: Joey
Sisters: Nadja, Odetta, Ida
High SChool: Uusikaupunki
Coach: Tom Westerholm
Major: Sports Management (Graduated on May 8th, 2010
Favorite Sports Personality: Shaquille O'Neil
Person in history would most like to meet: Dr. Martin Luther King, JR.
Favorite Food:Pizza
Most Impressive person met: My father
Goal in life: To be the best person I can be.


Points: 30 vs Hofstra (3-7-09)
FGM: 13 vs Liberty(2-21-09) and Hofstra (3-7-09)
FGA: 19, vs. Hofstra (2-10-09) and (3-7-09)
FGPCT:1.000 (5-5) vs. Butler (3-15-07),.818(9-11)vs. GMU(1-21-09)
3pt FGM: 2, vs. Drexel (1-13-07), and Bucknell (11-25-08)
3PT FGA: 2, vs. Drexel (1-13-07), Bucknell(11-25-08)
3PT FG PCT:1000 (2-2) vs. Drexel (1-13-07)and BUcknell (11-25-08)
FTM:10-12 vs Winthrop (12-30-08)
FTA: 15, at JMU (1-28-09)
REBS: 11, vs. Butler-NCAA (3-15-07),VCU(1-17-09),and Towson(2-3-09)
AST: 4, vs. UAB(11-22-08), and GMU (1-31-09)
BLKS:3 vs. VCU (2-10-07), W&M (2-3-10)and UMES (12-30-08)
STLS:3, vs. Belmont (3-23-09)
MINS: 40 at Bucknell (11-25-08)


07 33 57-110 .518 4-10 .400 21-35 .600 108-3.3 17 139-4.2 
08 34 168-349 .481 3-11 .272 100-136 .735 197-5.8 30 439-12.9 
09 34 202-373 .542 2-7 .286 120-159 .755 193-5.7 28 526-15.5 
10 36 192-355 .541 7-12 .582 129-170 .759 172-4.8 23 520-14.4 
TLS 137 619-1187 .521 16-40 .400 370-500 .740 670-4.9 98 1624-11-9
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