Ayoka Lee, ex-Minnesota prep star, scores 61 points, breaks NCAA single-game scoring record. Kansas State center Ayoka Lee (50, shown during a Dec. 18 game against Oregon) broke the NCAA women’s single-game scoring record for Division I with 61 points against No. 14 Oklahoma State on Sunday.
Ayoka Lee: Parents, Ethnicity, Height, Weight
Lee was born in August 2000 and is currently in her junior year. She has already achieved a degree in psychology, but is studying towards a Masters in couple and family therapy.
Ayoka Lee’s parents are father Robin Lee and mother Kolloh Nimley. Not much is known about what her parents do for a living. Lee has two siblings – Ahymad and Ahjnay.
Ayoka Lee’s parents are head of a sporting clan as their children are members of various sports teams in Kansas.
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|Mother Name||Kolloh Nimley|
She is an American professional basketball player for Kansas State University of women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Her ethnicity is not known.
Ayoka was born on 12 August 2000, in Byron, MIN, US. Her father’s name and her mother’s names are Robin Lee and Kolloh Nimley. Her sibling’s name is Ahymad, Ahjany. Her height is 6’6″ and her weight is not known. Ayoka Lee’s age is now 22 Years.
She did her primary education at a private College and higher education at Kansas State University.
Ayoka was the birthplace of Byron, MIN, US. Her zodiac sign is Aries. She was 22 years old. She is an American Basketball Player. Ayoka completed her schooling at a private High school. And completed her college education at Kansas State University.
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Ayoka Lee’s ethnicity is White. Her nationality is not known as she was born in Byron, MIN.
In 35 minutes game, Ayoka Lee scored 61 points on 23-30 shooting without any single 3 pointers. On 23 January 2022, Ayoka Lee created NCAA history by scoring 61 points which is an all-time single-game record.