2009-10 Men's Basketball
0 Josh Slater Guard
1 Brandon Barnes Guard
3 Johnny Lee Guard
5 Jacob Arnett Guard
10 Jordan Burgason Guard
15 Justin Glenn Center
20 Zach Brown Guard
22 Jerry Macon Guard
23 Brian Wright Forward
24 Brett Staal Guard
31 Michael Teller Forward
32 Milos Kleut Center
34 Adnan Hodzic Forward
35 Brandon Brown Forward
Full Roster
Johnny Lee

#3 Johnny Lee

POS. Guard
HT. 5-9
WT. 165
HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Nashville, Tenn. (George Washington Univ.)
MAJOR Masters of Divinity

2008-09 Season (Junior at George Washington): Averaged 1.9 points, 1.7 assists, and 1.3 rebounds per game … played in 24 games, starting two … sat out first four games with a fractured wrist … scored five points and had three assists versus Harvard on Dec. 13 … grabbed three rebounds and had three assists versus American on Dec. 17 … nailed a 3-pointer and had three rebounds at Longwood on Jan. 3 … dished out a season-high seven assists at Duquesne on Jan. 14 … had a season-high 11 points, a career-high seven rebounds, and five assists in 38 minutes of action versus Rhode Island on Jan. 25 … lead GW in rebounds once, assists five times, and steals four times … had a 1.58 assists-to-turnover ratio (41 assists/26 turnovers).

2007-08 Season (Sophomore at George Washington): Became GW's first option at point guard this season … home crowd favorite enjoys special bond with student fans who played alongside him in intramural games on GW's rec courts … played 8 min. and had an asst. in the MSM opener (11-10-07) … had 2 assts., 2 stls, in 18 min. at UMBC (11-24-07) … grabbed a reb. in 12 min. at UCLA (11-28-07) …. 5 assts., 2 stls. against UMES (12-5-07) … featured in the 12-6-07 issue of the GW Hatchet … grabbed career-high 4 rebs. at Virginia Tech (12-9-07) … scored first 2 pts. of the season vs. Longwood (12-23-07) … converted 2 FTs, asst., stl vs. Saint Louis (1-10-08) … hit 1st career 3FG, career-high 6 assts. vs. SJU (1-30-08) … scored career-high 6 pts. on 2-2 treys, 4 assts. at Temple (2-3-08) … dished out 4 assts. w/ no turnovers vs. La Salle (2-6-08) … grabbed career-high 5 rebs. at Saint Louis (2-13-08) … scored career-high 7 pts. w/ 5 assts. vs. Rhode Island (2-27-08) … career-high 14 pts. on 3-4 3FG, 3-3 FTs @ #9/11 Xavier (3-1-08) … handed out 6 assts. at Charlotte (3-6-08).

2006-07 Season (Freshman at George Washington): Walk-on who was added to the roster in late October, 2006 ... took a steal full court for a lay-in for his first 2 pts. vs. Dartmouth (11-14-06) ... had an asst. and a steal at Providence (11-26-06) ... scored 2 pts. w/ 3 stls. and 1 asst. vs. Colgate (12-29-06) ... Lee honed his skills on GW's rec courts with the other students in intramural games and has become a crowd favorite at home games when he subs in. Playing behind one of the better backcourt combinations in the country, Lee made the most of his PT in the A-10 Tournament semifinal game vs. Saint Louis game where his circus shot made ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 plays at No. 6 and the video clip was posted on YouTube ... Lee was added to the roster in late October, 2006 as a walk-on ... a junior academically, Lee has three years of eligibiilty ... quick guard who will effectively prepare other Colonials' guards for opponents ... member of GW's 2005 intramural undergraduate and campus men's basketball champion team.

High School: Four-year starter for the Martin Luther King Royals under coach James Shelton ... averaged 13 points and 5.5 assists per game as a senior for MLK which won the District championship and advanced to the Tennessee state final four ... named District 11-AA MVP as a senior and was twice-named to the All-District and All-Region Team as well as the State All-Tournament team.

Personal: Born December 2, 1986 in Nashville, TN ... full name is Johnny E. Lee Jr. ... son of Johnny and Sandra Lee ... has three older sisters, Gretchen, Candace, and Rachel ... Graduated from George Washington University in May 2008 with a religion major and a minor in film studies.