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The Lee University Athletic Department and Lee women’s basketball team are mourning the loss of former Lady Flame Kayla Tillie Rooney, 25, who died on Oct. 14 after a battle with leukemia. A standout player for the Lady Flames from 2017-2019, Rooney was a member of the first Gulf South Conference Tournament championship team in 2019.

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