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Sara Lee has been at Denison University as a head coach since 1989. During her time she has served as both head women’s basketball coach and head volleyball coach. She is currently the head women’s basketball coach and Associate Director of Athletics.
Lee is Denison’s all-time wins leader in both volleyball and women’s basketball. She is a multiple time winner of the North Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year award and her teams have been recognized on a national level on many occasions. In 2011, the Big Red completed the conference's first undefeated regular season (25-0) and went on to capture the 2011 NCAC Tournament for the sixth time out of the last seven seasons. On Jan. 13, 2010 Lee recorded victory No. 300 of her career against Oberlin College.
In 1989 Lee came to Denison from Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio, where she was the head coach of women's volleyball, basketball and softball for two years. While at Lake Erie, she also served as the coordinator of women's athletics, an instructor of physical education, a residence hall director and an academic advisor.
A native of Moorhead, Minn., Lee enrolled at Moorhead State University after graduating from high school in 1982. She earned her B.S. in physical education from Moorhead State in 1986. Lee went on to earn an M.A. in athletic administration from Kent State in 1987. In 1995 Lee was inducted into the Moorhead State University Athletic Hall of Fame for her distinguished accomplishments and career both on and off the playing field.
I joined the Denison community in October 2013 to complete my practicum for my Masters in Social Work. I am a 2006 graduate of Ohio Dominican University where I received a Bachelors of Arts in English and Sociology. I began my masters degree at The Ohio State University in autumn 2012 with a concentration in Community and Social Justice. Since 2007 I have worked as an admissions counselor with Ohio State Newark working primarily with high school students in Licking, Fairfield, and Franklin counties.
I am a first generation college student from central Ohio. Consequently, serving the needs of first generation college students and promoting college readiness are among my top personal and professional interests. I have participated in various college access initiatives including but not limited to coordinating campus visits for high school students, facilitating college application workshops, and teaching college readiness workshops. I hope to help first generation and/or students from other underserved/underprivileged backgrounds find their path at Denison as well as help connect them with the local community.
Frank Little has served as an assistant football coach at Denison on two different occasions, the most recent which dates back to 2003.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Little began his coaching career at Big Walnut High School in 1992. After four years he entered the college ranks in 1996 at Urbana University.
As a player, Little was a standout center for Ashland University, where he earned all-conference accolades and was voted the team's top offensive lineman in 1988. He graduated from Ashland in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education.
Frank earned his B.A. in political science from Kent State University. He oversees the recording and receipting of all gifts to Denison, data reporting and analysis, maintaining alumni records, and providing research in support of fundraising operations. Frank has been in the field of advancement for more than 15 years and has been at Denison since 2005. His career in development began as a researcher and student annual fund caller at Kent State and has included positions at the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals of Cleveland.