SLU Caroline Lee

Former SLU soccer player Caroline Lee, has been named to the NCAA COVID-19 Medical Advisory Group.

Former Southeastern Louisiana soccer player Caroline Lee has been named to the NCAA's newly created COVID-19 Medical Advisory Group, the organization announced Wednesday. 

Lee, who completed her eligibility in 2019, was named in April to the NCAA COVID-19 Advisory Panel. She is one of four current and former NCAA student-athletes among 25 people overall named to the advisory group, which will review emerging research and data on the coronavirus pandemic and provide guidance to NCAA member schools.

A native of Tryon, North Carolina, Lee played in all 13 games for the Lions in 2019. She was a four-time Southland Conference Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection, president of SLU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and in January represented the conference at the NCAA Convention in Anaheim, California, on a panel discussing ways to create more inclusive athletic departments.

 


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