The Lady Flames squeezed out a 2-0 victory in the opener then scored four runs in extra innings to take the nightcap by a 5-1 margin.
Ranked 13th in the latest NAIA poll, Lee improves to an overall record of 35-7 and an SSAC mark of 12-3. Brewton-Parker drops to 20-18 overall and 4-11 in SSAC play.
Jennifer Ringle was the offensive star of the day with a 5-for-9 performance. Savanna Bell followed at 4-for-7.
Charlie Wooden delivered two big hits on the day. Wooden ripped a solo home run in game one and an RBI double in game two. Ana Coscorrosa recorded two hits and knocked in two runs.
The Lady Flames took the early lead in game two with a bases loaded walk by Kelsey Barnes. BPC tied it up with a run in the sixth to set up the Lee extra-inning explosion where Coscorrosa delivered a two-run single and Wooden laced an RBI double.
Brittany Balough picked up the win to improve to 18-2 on the season. The senior allowed one earned run, five hits and fanned four in eight innings.
In game one, Jessa Watts (14-4) scattered five hits, walked one and struck out seven to record the complete-game shutout.
Lee drew first-blood in the third inning. Jennifer Ringle singled and eventually scored on an errant Lady Baron throw. Charlie Wooden added an insurance run in the seventh inning with her sixth home run of the season.
The Lady Flames continue conference play with a twin bill on Tuesday against Truett-McConnell College. First pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m.