Ninth-leading scorer in the Falcons' Division I history with 851 career points ... also ranks in the top 10 in the Academy's Division I record book for career scoring average (5th - 9.7 ppg), field goals made (6th - 316), field goal attempts (7th - 839), field goal percentage (7th - .377), free throws made (8th - 193), free throw attempts (7th - 262) and free throw percentage (9th - .737).
2011-12: Played in 28 games, starting 26 ... Falcons' leading scorer, averaging 12.7 points per game, ranking 10th in the Mountain West ... ranked eighth in the Falcons' Division I era in points (355) and scoring average in a single season ... team's third-leading rebounder with 5.8 boards per game, while leading the team in both assists (46) and steals (46) ... her 46 steals are the seventh-highest single-season total in the Academy's Division I history ... ranked second on the team in minutes per game (25.8) ... scored in double figures 16 times, while leading the Falcons in scoring in a team-high 13 contests ... led the Falcons with five 20+ point games, including two with 30+ points ... also reached double figures in rebounding three times ... registered two double-doubles on the season ... tallied her first career double-double against Texas State, registering 30 points and a personal-best 12 rebounds to lead the Falcons to a come-from-behind victory over the Bobcats ... led Air Force with a career-high 32 points and 10 rebounds in a narrow loss to USF, earning a spot on the All-Air Force Classic team ... became just the fourth Air Force player at the Division I level to reach at least 30 points in a game, and just the second to do so more than once ... dished out a season-high six assists versus San Diego State, while recording a career-best four steals and two blocks in win over North Dakota ... also ranks on the Academy's top 10 Division I single-season list in field goal made (5th - 135) and attempted (3rd - 364) and free throws made (T9th - 82) and attempted (10th - 112).
2010-11: Played in all 31 games, starting 14 ... team's third-leading scorer, averaging 9.0 points per contest ... second on the team in free throw percentage at .739 ... third on the team in both steals (35) and assists (54) ... also averaged 3.0 rebounds per game ... led the team in scoring four times ... finished with 20+ points on two occasions ... recorded a then-career-high 24 points in regular-season finale versus New Mexico ... knocked down a career-high nine free throws against the Lobos ... exploded for a then-career-best 26 points to help lead Air Force to its MWC tournament win over Colorado State, including 13 in the final four minutes of the opening half ... hit a then-career-high 10 field goals against the Rams ... dished out a career-high nine assists versus UT Martin.
2009-10: Appeared in 29 games, making one start ... third on the team in scoring, averaging 7.5 points per game, despite playing just 15.6 minutes per game, which was eighth-most on the team ... top scoring reserve ... third on the team with 18 three-point field goals on the season ... shot over 74 percent from the free throw line ... averaged 2.5 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game ... led the team in scoring six times ... scored a then-career-high 20 points versus Chicago State ... named to the Air Force Classic all-tournament team ... made first career start against New Mexico.
High School: Lettered four years in basketball ...coached by Brent Wehner and Sue Schrader ... four-time all-Greater Thumb Conference, including three first-team selections ... four-time all-district ... first-team all-state and all-area player of the year as a senior ... honorable mention all-state as a junior and all-area as a junior ... scored 1,371 points and dished out 295 assists for career ... scored 611 points and pulled down 266 rebounds as a senior, averaging 27.8 points and 12.1 rebounds per game ... also lettered one year in softball ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 6 ... nicknames are Lee Lee, Red and Peanut Butter Cup ... daughter of Joel and Melanie Leipprandt ... has six siblings, Joel (29), Tyler (26), Marshall (18), Dajnae (10), Diamond (5) and Destiny (4) ... father and two older brothers all played collegiate basketball ... younger brother, Marshall, is a freshman on the Falcons' men's basketball team ... plans to become a helicopter pilot ... hobbies include cooking and spending time with family and friends ... credits her parents as having the biggest influence on her sports career.