Eva Lee

Badminton

Lee
 

Events:                         Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles

Doubles Partners:        Paula Obanana and Halim Haryanto Ho

Height:                         5’5”

Birthplace:                   Hong Kong

Hometown:                   Orange, Calif.

Current Residence:       Orange, Calif.

Coaches:                      Tony and Eti Gunawan, Halim Haryanto Ho and Rudi Gunawan

 

Olympic Games:          2008 Olympic Games, Beijing, China

                                    Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri)                                   

Pan American Games: 2011 United States Pan American Games Badminton Team Member

                                    2007 Pan American Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

                                    Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Gold Medal

                                    Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri), Gold Medal

                                    Women’s Singles, Gold Medal

                                    2003 Pan American Games, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

                                    U.S. Pan American Games Team Member

                                   

 

Personal:

Eva Lee will have three opportunities to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England…She competes in women’s singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles…Is the daughter of David and Catherine Lee…Born in Hong Kong…Graduated from Villa Park High School in Villa Park, Calif. In 2004…Attended University of California – San Diego following graduation from High School…Is currently attending University of California – Irvine…Enjoys listening to music and watching television when she is not practicing or playing badminton.

 

Competition Record:

 

2010 Results:

Uber Cup Final in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – USA Team Member

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Singles, Gold

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Doubles (Cee Ketpura), Fourth Place

U.S. Adult National Championships, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Gold

 

2008 Results:

2008 Olympic Games in Beijing China, Singles, first round loss

2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri), first round loss

 

2007 Results:

Irish International Championships, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Gold

Irish International Championships, Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri), Silver

U.S. Open, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Silver

Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Gold

Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri), Gold

Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Women’s Singles, Gold

Pan American Badminton Championships in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Gold Medal

Pan American Badminton Championships in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri), Silver Medal

Pan American Badminton Championships in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Team Event, Silver Medal

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Doubles (May Mangkalikiri), Runner-up

U.S. Adult National Championships, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Champion

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Singles, Fourth Place

 

2006 Results:

U.S. Open, Mixed Doubles (Howard Bach), Bronze Medal

U.S. Open Women’s Singles, Bronze Medal

U.S. Adult National Championships, Mixed Doubles Champion

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Singles Champion

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Doubles Runner-Up

U.S. Uber Cup Team Member

 

2005 Results:

World Championships, Participant

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Doubles Champion

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Singles Champion

U.S. Sudirman Cup Team Member

U.S. Pan American Team Member

 

 

2004 Results:

U.S. Adult National Championships, Mixed Doubles Champion

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Singles, Bronze Medal

U.S. Pan American Junior Team Member

 

2003 Results:

U.S. Pan American Games Team Member

 

2000 Results:

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Doubles, Bronze Medal

U.S. Adult National Championships, Women’s Singles