Lin grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and earned Northern California Player of the Year honors as a senior in high school.After receiving no athletic scholarship offers, he attended Harvard University, where he was a three-time All-Conference player in the Ivy League.In California, Jeff Lee is a first-year business-school student at Stanford with a Yale law degree.On the other side of the world, he’s teaching beautiful women how to win the most prestigious pageant title in the cosmos.By the 2017 academic year 80 percent of incoming student athletes will need to comply with the University of California general student requirement of having a 3.0 or higher high school grade point average.The California football team began play in 1885 and with its home games at California Memorial Stadium (since 1923), except for in 2011 while Memorial Stadium was being renovated; the team played at San Francisco's AT&T Park.
Cal athletes have also competed in the Olympics for a host of different countries.In February 2012, he led a winning streak by New York while being promoted to the starting lineup.In the summer of 2012, Lin signed a three-year contract with the Rockets, for whom he played two seasons before the Los Angeles Lakers acquired him in a trade.Miss Dominican Republic shimmers in her mermaid gown. He doesn't want to compete and knows he never will—he is a boy, of course, and hardly a perfect one: pudgy, legally blind without his glasses, deaf in one ear from birth. When the hotel elevator doors open, Jeff Lee, now 30, smiles and glides into the lobby.Miss Great Britain struts forth, a blinding, sequined Union Jack. But watching Miss Universe, he feels an ache inside, something like longing. After a 26-hour odyssey of Ubers, flights, and layovers to get from Palo Alto to Southeast Asia, Lee is looking fresh: hair combed, jeans crisp, sport coat a calming shade of blue.