Whittle earns third career award as an Aggie; Lam (second) and Pham (first) also honored
Aggies send eight players to compete in Santa Barbara
Three-day event begins Friday (Sept. 30) on campus, while Adamson competes at ITA All-American Championships
Adamson and Wade head to the Bay Area to compete with some of the nation's best
Whittle honored for the second straight season; Bacharach and Lam pick up first career honors
As a senior in 2003, Lee earned his third ITA All-America award in singles - the only U.S.-born player in Division II to earn such honors last year - and captured CoSIDA Academic All-America accolades. He also was named ITA West Region Senior Player of the Year and won the ITA West Region Arthur Ashe Award For Leadership.
Lee posted a 26-5 singles mark and a 27-7 doubles record (mostly with Paul Dilloway) to bring his career win totals to 70 singles and 77 doubles victories. Furthermore, he won the Colby E. "Babe" Slater Award as UC Davis' outstanding male athlete of the year.
Lee made the CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII first team three times, and captured an Arthur Ashe, Jr. Minority Sports Scholar Award and National Scholar-Athlete honors in 2002. Last year, he was the only American-born D-II player to possess a world ranking.
In 2003, Lee finished tied for third in the year-end NorCal singles rankings. Additionally, he and fellow assistant coach Andrew Csordas ranked fifth in doubles.
Lee graduated last spring with a bachelor's degree in computer science.
Men's Tennis edged by Sacramento State
Aggies prepare for three road matches
Men's Tennis edged by Brown
UC Davis welcomes Brown to campus
Aggies fall to Hawai'i in conference match
Aggies head to Hawai'i
for conference matchup