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Lee Aduddell
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Abilene Christian
Graduating Year: 2008
Phone: 402-554-4967
Email: laduddell@omavs.com

Lee Aduddell enters her fourth season at UNO as an assistant coach in 2016-17. Aduddell serves as the recruiting coordinator for the program. Other duties include scouting, on-court coaching and elite camp coordination.

Aduddell oversees the development of Omaha’s perimeter players. In 2014-2015, freshman guard Remy Davenport quickly established herself as one of the top shooters in the league. Davenport led Omaha in 3-pointers made with 62 which was third in the Summit League and the highest total of any Summit League freshman. Aduddell was also instrumental in the improved shooting of Mikaela Shaw who earned All-Summit League Second Team honors and was fifth in the Summit League in points per game (15.4).


In Aduddell's first season with the Mavericks in 2013-14, she worked primarily with the UNO guards. Guard Ericka House was named to the All-Summit League Second Team after finishing third in the Summit League in scoring at 17.2 points per game. Guard/forward combo Mikaela Shaw was named to the Summit League Newcomer Team after leading all Summit League freshmen in scoring and rebounding. Freshman point guard Madi Robson led all Summit League freshmen in assists and ranked fifth overall.

The Mavs ranked first in the league in opponents' field goal percentage (37.8) and third in opponents' 3-point percentage (30.7). They also allowed the third-fewest points per game (66.4) and blocked a Summit League-best 4.8 blocks per game while finishing second in steals per game (8.2).

Aduddell joins the Mavericks after spending two years working as a graduate assistant under hall of famer head coach Sherri Coale at Oklahoma. Before that, she was an assistant coach at Trinity University in San Antonio for three years.


During her two-year stint at OU, the Sooners posted a 45-24 record and made a Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2013. Aduddell's duties at Oklahoma included assisting the staff in recruiting correspondence, recruiting database maintenance and facilitating practice stats.

At Trinity University Aduddell served many roles, including recruiting coordinator, strength and conditioning coach and facilitating all travel. During her time there she successfully recruited players who would go on to earn first-team all-conference, conference player of the year, conference defensive player of the year, all-region and honorable mention all-America honors.

Aduddell graduated from Abilene Christian University in 2008. There she was captain of the junior varsity team for two years before serving as junior varsity coach in her final year of eligibility.

An Edmond, Okla., native, Aduddell received a bachelor's degree in exercise science from Abilene Christian University in 2008 and a master's in athletic administration from the University of Oklahoma in 2013.