The George Washington University: Women's Volleyball

Kaimana Lee
Kaimana Lee


Wailuku, HI

High School:
Seabury Hall




3 yrs.

international affairs, geography

• Co-Captain •

Led the team with 967 assists (9.48 apg) in her second full season as the Colonials' starting setter ... only Colonial to appear in all 102 games last season ... her 19 service aces ranked second on the squad and her 200 digs ranked third ... also contributed 39 total blocks ... appeared in 112 games as the starting setter in 2005 and recorded 1,136 assists (10.14 apg) with 46 kills, 245 digs, 51 blocks (6 solo, 45 assisted) and 17 aces ... Appeared in 97 games as a freshman in 2003 serving as the back-up setter ... tallied 237 assists (2.44 assists per game) and had 53 digs and 28 blocks (7 solo, 21 assisted) ... hit .162 (12-6-37) with four service aces.

Named Maui Interscholastic League (MIL) Player of the Year and first team all-league in the MIL at Seabury Hall under coach Steve Colflesh ... led the Spartans to the MIL championship title as a junior and senior... named second team all-state by the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Bulletin as a senior ... also named Seabury Hall Female Athlete of the Year in 2003 ... voted "Most Athletic" by her senior class and was the Wendy's High School Heisman Scholar Athlete State finalist ... also competed in basketball, soccer and paddling .... voted one of Hawaii's "Most Intriguing Seniors 2003" and was the recipient of the Aloha Aina Award for Excellence in Environmental Science, the Bruce Wilson Memorial Leadership Award, the William Simon Scholar Award and the Alumni Association Outstanding Scholar Award.

Born August 15, 1985, in Wailuku, on the island of Maui, Hawai'i ... full name is Kaimanamalie Halaika-Lilia Lee but goes by Kaimana or Kai ... daughter of Donald and Diane Lee ... has one younger brother, Konakonane (16) ... has interned with the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale Sanctuary during the summer ... would like to pursue a career in foreign service or environmental law ... international affairs and geography major with a minor in international environmental resources.

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