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Published On: April 22nd, 2014

La Crosse, Wis. – Colin Lee, a left handed pitcher from Germantown, Tennessee, is returning to the Lumberyard this summer.  Lee was a member of the 2013 La Crosse Loggers.  Colin is a management major at Memphis.  He is the son of Larry and Diane Lee.

Last season with the Loggers, Colin went 2-1 with a 2.41 ERA.  He pitched in 41.0 innings and recorded 31 strike outs and walked only 11 batters.  

In his freshman campaign for the Tigers, Lee made 12 appearances and one start.  He threw 16.2 innings, recorded 15 strike outs, and allowed just three earned runs for a 1.62 ERA.  His first collegiate start was against Middle Tennessee where he allowed just three hits, two walks and one run while striking out two in the Memphis victory.  

In high school,  he attended Houston High School with fellow Memphis and La Crosse teammate, Craig Caufield.  In 2012, led Houston to a 28-6 record.  He also helped Team Tennessee win the Sun Belt Classic with a 10-0 record.  Colin earned four letters in baseball and three in football.  He posted a .333 batting average his senior season.  Through three years of pitching for Houston, went 13-4 with a 2.76 ERA.  He also struck out 117 batters and walked just 30 in 121.2 innings.  In football, earned All-Area Second Team as a punter.  Colin was also on the honor roll in high school. 

Opening day for the Loggers is Tuesday, May 27 at 7:05 p.m. against the Wisconsin Woodchucks at Copeland Park.