2014 Indoor: Competed only at the Lobo Collegiate Open ... registered 11.77m (38-7.5) on the weighted throw.

Outdoor: Registered seven top-10 finished during the outdoor circuit ... part of women's team that finished second overall at the C-USA Championships ... tossed a season-high of 46.02m (151-0) in the hammer throw at the UTEP Invitational for a fourth-place finish ... finished third at the UTEP Springtime in the hammer throw ... recorded a season-long hammer throw of 44.61m (146-04) at the Texas Tech Open ... set a fourth-place finish at the Don Kirby Tailwind with a discus throw of 42.59m (139-9) ... placed seventh at the UTEP Invitational with a 42.46m (139-04) discus throw.

2013: Indoor: Redshirt

Outdoor: Posted three top-10 finishes in the discus during the regular season ... recorded a season best of 45.53m (149-04) in the discus throw at the Conference USA Championships ... finished fifth in the discus throw with a mark of 44.54m (146-01) at the UTEP Invitational ... also captured fifth in the discus throw at the Texas Tech Open.

2012: Indoor: Posted a mark of 12.29m (40-04.00) in the weight throw at the Cherry and Silver Invitational.

Outdoor: Registered a personal-best of 39.57m (129-10) in the discus at the UTEP Springtime meet ... finished seventh overall in the discus at the Don Kirby Invitational with a mark of 39.55m (129-09) ... recorded a throw of 38.89m (127-07) in the discus at the Texas Tech Red Raider Open.

High School: Took first-place in the discus throw with a personal-best of 125'9" at the Pasadena Brown Relays ... finished fourth at the Texas Region III-5A in the discus throw with a mark of 121'10" ... posted a distance of 120'10" in the discus at the Texas 5A Region 3 competition.

Personal: Daughter of James and Yolanda Lee ... majoring in biology ... born on March 1, 1993 in Lubbock, Texas ... has four siblings (Calvin Ward, Jasmine, Khiry Lee and Isaiah Lee).

Aisha Lee

Aisha Lee


Missouri City, Texas

High School:
Elkins High School



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