Lawrence Lee

Lawrence Lee Position
Height
Weight
Global Squad
Power Forward
6’5
205
’11, ’12, ’13
Global Squad
Nationality U.S.A.
High School
Hong Kong International School ’13
College
Cal Tech ’17
GLOBAL SQUAD STATS
Lawrence-Lee-Career-Stats

2012-2013
In the spring of 2013 Lawrence Lee committed to join the Cal Tech basketball program. Lawrence decided to come for his 3rd season with the Global Squad to prepare for his freshmen year of college basketball. Once again Lawrence contributed to a very successful summer. He helped the Gold Dragons (A) team win an AAU championship in the Potomac Valley July 4th Shootout. Additionally, the Gold Dragons finished with a record of 12-6, the best of any Global Squad team to this date. Lawrence led the team in rebounds per game (7.3) and double-doubles (3). He was named to the All-Global Squad 1st Team for the 2nd year in a row.

Lawrence finished his Global Squad career ranked 1st all-time in points (577), rebounds (462), blocks (76), and double-doubles (22).

2011-2012
Lawrence returned to the Global Squad for a 2nd season. He played in 11 game for Gold Dragons (A) and was absolutely dominant. He led the team in points per game (14.6), rebounds per game (12.2), blocks per game (2.7), field-goal percentage (58%), and double-doubles (8). In the Charm City Blue Chip Challenge Lawrence almost single handily won the championship game with 24 points, 15 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 1 steal. Lawrence was named to the All-Global Squad 1st Team, voted on by the coaches.

Lawrence got heavily recruited by Cal Tech. He also received recruiting interest from Carnegie Mellon, The Hill School, The Hun School of Princeton, and was invited to tryout for D-I Princeton of the Ivy League.

2010-2011
Lawrence Lee joined the Global Squad from Hong Kong International School. He played in 25 games for Red Dragons (A) and helped them win an AAU Championship at the Magic Tour New York Tournament. Lawrence led the team in rebounds (241), blocks (31), field-goal percentage (58%), and double-doubles (11). Lawrence received recruiting interest from Georgetown Prep and Carnegie Mellon university.