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Women's Golf

Lee Turns Pro

STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford senior Andrea Lee announced on Tuesday afternoon that she will forego the rest of her senior season and begin her professional golf career immediately. She plans to remain at Stanford as a student and complete her degree in science, technology and society with a concentration in communication and media in the spring.
Lee, the 2019 McCormack Medal winner and the school's all-time leader in wins, had this to say about the decision:
"I am incredibly excited to announce my decision to turn professional and compete on the LPGA in 2020. I cannot wait to pursue my lifelong dream of playing amongst the best in the world.
Playing for Stanford has been an invaluable experience. I consider all my teammates to be my second family away from home, and have cherished every moment I've had with them. I cannot thank Coach Anne Walker and my assistant coaches, Lauren Dobashi and Maddie Sheils, enough for their endless support and guidance throughout my collegiate career. These past years have been the best of my life. I'm fortunate to have had many opportunities to grow as a person and an athlete through cultivating lasting relationships and immersing myself in the Stanford community. I look forward to graduating next spring, and will miss being a student-athlete on the Farm. I want to thank everyone at Stanford who has supported me along the way. I'm very proud to call myself a lifelong Cardinal and member of the Stanford Women's Golf team."