The Lee Flames are primed for their 2018 season after finishing the 2017 campaign with a 27-23 record.
Under the leadership of Mark Brew, the Flames have thrived, winning over seventy-five percent of their games, with 16 players being drafted in the last 7 years.
The Flames, now a Division II member of the Gulf South Conference, have posted 133 wins in their first four years of NCAA Division II membership (4th most in the Gulf South Conference). Prior joining the NCAA, the Flames reached the NAIA World Series seven years in a row and eight of the last nine as members of the NAIA. During that span, the Flames have finished 2nd, 3rd, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 3rd at the World Series, the only team in the country to accomplish such a feat. The Flames also won 50-plus games in seven consecutive seasons (2007-2013), finishing with the most wins at any level of collegiate baseball in 2008 with 63 wins.
The Flames also continue to develop professional ballplayers. Overall, the Flames have had 64 players drafted or sign professional contracts since 1997, Lee's first season of baseball. Additionally, the Flames have had two players play in the Major Leagues.
The Flames boast one of the best facilities in the Division II with an outstanding playing surface, full 30-foot, LED scoreboard, and television-quality lights. The Flames also have an all-turf practice infield and covered and lighted outdoor cages.