Jeanette Lee, ‘Black Widow’ billiards legend, diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer

News

Professional billiard player “The Black Widow” Jeanette Lee attends ESPN The Magazine – Game Night at the NEXT House on February 3, 2005 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images)

Billiards legend and former Indianapolis resident Jeanette Lee, also known as the “Black Widow,” announced this month that she has been diagnosed with stage four ovarian cancer.

“I intend to bring the same resolve I brought to the billiards table to this fight. Jim Valvano so eloquently told us to ‘Never give up’. I owe it to my three young daughters to do exactly that,” said Lee, 49, in a statement published by the the American Poolplayers Association.

Lee, a top-ranked billiards professional, won over 30 national and international titles.

Click here for more information on Lee’s fight and her three daughters.

Most Popular

Latest News

More News