Wed Jan 23
6:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Averett
Fri Jan 25
vs. Finn Pincus Invitational
@ Roanoke College
Sat Jan 26
vs. Finn Pincus Invitational
@ Roanoke College
Sat Jan 26
2:00 PM
Methodist
Mary Baldwin
Sat Feb 02
2:00 PM
William Peace
Mary Baldwin
Sun Feb 03
vs. Vince Brown Invitational
@ Christopher Newport University
Sun Feb 03
2:00 PM
Salem
Mary Baldwin
Fri Feb 08
vs. VMI Winter Relays
@ Virginia Military Institute
Sat Feb 09
vs. VMI Winter Relays
@ Virginia Military Institute
Sat Feb 09
2:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Greensboro
Fri Feb 15
vs. UCS Invitational
@ JDL FastTrack
Sat Feb 16
vs. UCS Invitational
@ JDL FastTrack
Sat Feb 16
7:30 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Shenandoah
Sat Feb 23
2:00 PM
Guilford
Mary Baldwin
Sat Feb 23
2:00 PM
Franklin & Marshall
Mary Baldwin
Sat Feb 23
4:00 PM
Franklin & Marshall
Mary Baldwin
Sun Feb 24
1:00 PM
Guilford
Mary Baldwin
Sun Feb 24
3:00 PM
Guilford
Mary Baldwin
Sat Mar 02
vs. Golden Eagle Invitational
@ University of Charleston, WV
Sat Mar 02
1:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Berea
Sat Mar 02
3:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Berea
Sun Mar 03
1:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Maryville (TN)
Sun Mar 03
3:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Maryville (TN)
Sat Mar 09
1:00 PM
Franciscan
Mary Baldwin
Sat Mar 09
3:00 PM
Franciscan
Mary Baldwin
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Kathryn Lee (1976)

Kathryn Lee (1976)

Kathryn Lee 
1976
Basketball and Fencing
Inducted 2010

 

Kathryn Lee was the starting point guard, leading scorer and MVP for the Basketball team from 1972-1975.  She scored in double figures every game for three seasons and was named to the All State Team in 1974 and 1975 by the Virginia Federation for Intercollegiate Sports for College Women.  Kathryn helped lead the 1972-73 team to a #4 state ranking and their first appearance in the State Tournament, where they were defeated by the eventual State Champion, Old Dominion University.  The 1972-73 team was also the only team in MBC history to defeat the University of Virginia.  Kathryn led the fencing team as the number one fencer in foil for three seasons and was ranked #2 fencer in the state of Virginia. Kathryn’s athletic career at Mary Baldwin was limited to three years as she graduated early in December of 1975.  She was awarded the White Blazer for outstanding athletic achievement in 1975.

As an advocate of media coverage for women in sport, Kate has produced programming for the Women’s Sports Foundation, the NCAA, ESPN, and the U.S. Olympic Committee.  Her audio podcast and accompanying book entitled, The Story of the 1976 U.S. Women’s Olympic Basketball Team, won the 1999 Women’s Sports Foundation Journalism Award.  Kathryn designed the website for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009 and is currently the producer for "Shootaround with Beth and Debbie", a national podcast devoted to women's basketball.

Kathryn is a Multimedia Courseware Developer at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.