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Lee Volker withdraws from the transfer portal

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Photo by Jack Albright
Lee Volker transfered from Duke this season.

Lee Volker entered the transfer portal in early April amidst the departure of former women’s basketball head coach Megan Duffy.

Volker then withdrew her name from the portal two weeks after the university hired Cara Consuegra to replace Duffy, a source confirmed with the Marquette Wire. The Next’s Talia Goodman first reported the news.

Last season, the Purcellville, Virginia native came off the bench and averaged 3.5 points in 14.9 minutes per game last season.

She had a career-high 13 points in the season-opening 84-51 victory over UT Martin and had 12 bench points two weeks later in a 96-36 win against St. Peter’s.

Editor’s note: This story was originally published when Volker entered the transfer portal. It has been updated to reflect the latest developments.

This story was written by Trevor Hilson. He can be reached at [email protected] or @hilsontrevor on Twitter/X. 

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Trevor Hilson
Trevor Hilson, Sports Audio Producer
Trevor Hilson is from Muskegon, Michigan and he is a journalism major. He is the Sports Audio Producer for the 2023-24 school year. In his free time, he plays a lot of golf and gives lessons to his friends. He is excited for the national championship banner going into the Fiserv rafters for men's hoops at the start of next season.
Jack Albright
Jack Albright, Executive Sports Editor
Jack Albright is a sophomore from Charlton, Massachusetts studying journalism. He is the Executive Sports Editor of the Marquette Wire for the 2023-24 school year. In his free time, Jack likes to hang out with friends and watch Formula 1. He is excited to write fun stories about all things Marquette athletics and oversee new types of digital content.

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