After a slow start in the opening set, Lee stepped up the pace and improved to 4-0 in SSAC action. Arlene Ferreira continued to add to her double-double numbers. She accounted for 10 kills and 10 digs and finished the afternoon with an impressive .474 hitting percentage.
Coach Andrea Hudson continued to take full advantage of a talented bench, but junior Stephanie Todd was a steady starter with eight kills and 11 digs. She chipped in with three aces.
Kelsey Leffew and Gretchen Higdon helped their teammates record the kills. Leffew dished off 17 assists. She added five digs. Higdon joined in with 14 assists, six digs and two aces. Sarah Smith tallied eight digs.
Kayla Carlisle paced the Lady Flames in blocks with four and also knocked down five kills.
For Columbia (7-8, 2-2), Tara Prater was best with nine kills and nine digs. Jacqul Anderson came up with 21 assists.
Lee will be back in SSAC action Tuesday evening, traveling to Central, S.C. to test Southern Wesleyan University at 7 p.m.