The Winston-Salem State University softball program welcomed back one of its own when former Rams pitcher Yasmin Lee was hired as the team’s assistant coach in the fall of 2016. After winning a pair of Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) championships with the Rams, Lee’s knowledge of the game and her professionalism will be a key component of the Rams’ success on the diamond.
Prior to joining the staff at WSSU, Lee spent two years at the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) as a graduate assistant.
As a player, Lee had a storied collegiate career. She was a member of CIAA championship teams in 2012 and 2014 and posted winning records in all three seasons at Winston-Salem State. She finished her career with a 26-20 record and 154 total strikeouts. She also had a 3.94 ERA and earned second team All-CIAA honors during her senior season.
Lee is a 2014 graduate of Winston-Salem State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management and a minor in Business Administration. She is also currently a Master of Business Administration candidate at North Carolina A&T State University.