Damion Lee

Drexel Dragons #14 - Guard

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 200

CAA Q+A: Drexel's Frantz Massenat

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The Ewing, N.J. product reflects on his brilliant career in Philadelphia

Drexel's Damion Lee to miss season with torn ACL

The Dragons have lost a key scorer early in the season for the second year in a row.

Drexel's Damion Lee Out For Season With Torn ACL

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Drexel announced Monday that junior guard and preseason All-CAA first team selection Damion Lee will miss the remainder of the 2013-14 season with an injured right knee.

Injury Update: Drexel's Damion Lee Out Friday

Drexel's Damion Lee went down with a bad-looking knee injury during the second half against Arizona in the NIT semifinals. He will also miss the consolation game against Alabama according to a...

Drexel's Fouch Eligible for Sixth Year

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After little drama, the NCAA confirmed Monday night that Chris Fouch will be able to return for a sixth year of eligibility as a Dragon.

George Mason Takes Down Drexel In First Round

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The CAA Tournament started with a bang Saturday afternoon as Drexel and George Mason went toe-to-toe. Only one team could emerge from the rubble, and while it seemed that the Patriots would win...

ODU Rallies After Taylor's Firing, Tops Drexel

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In easily their most impressive performance this season, the Old Dominion Monarchs picked their heads up, went to work, and took care of Drexel in high fashion, dusting themselves off after the...

Delaware Outlasts Drexel in CAA Thriller

Damion Lee scored a career-high 30 points and Drexel came back from a 15-point deficit with five and a half minutes left, but that wasn't enough against Delaware. The problem? Lee wasn't on the...

Drexel Cleans the Glass Against Davidson

Drexel out-rebounded Davidson 35-13, and the Dragons grabbed more boards on the offensive end than the Wildcats had in the game. That glass cleaning led directly to Drexel logging its first real...

Drexel comes back, tops Princeton

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Drexel trailed Princeton by seven points at halftime, but outscored the Tigers by 14 in the second half, as Drexel topped Princeton, 64-57.

Drexel Gets Midnight Mad With Concerts, Dancing

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The Drexel Dragons kicked off their basketball season with a personalized Midnight Madness celebration, featuring player introductions, music, and a few promises from head coach Bruiser Flint.

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