Jeanette Lee, a former No. 1 pool player known as “The Black Widow,” was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer, she said on Wednesday

Lee, 49, helped popularize the pool in the 1990s while participating in ESPN’s Women’s Professional Billiard Association broadcasts. She is a gold medalist at the World Games and a WPBA, BCA, and Asian Hall of Fame nominee / p>

“I intend to bring the same determination that I brought to the pool table to this fight,” Lee said in a statement via the American Poolplayers Association (APA) Jim Valvano said to us so eloquently, ‘Never give up, “I owe it to my three young daughters to do just that”

Lee has already started chemotherapy and has had several surgeries to control the disease that has metastasized to her lymph nodes, according to a GoFundMe friend set up for her children. The Jeanette Lee Legacy Fund is designed to ensure that her daughters Cheyenne ( 16), Chloe, 11, and Savannah (10) are cared for and can afford to go to college

“Jeanette has been a single mother for a number of years,” GoFundMe reads, “The future care, well-being and education of her girls are her biggest cause for concern”

Lee has had scoliosis since childhood and has gotten worse over the past decade, according to GoFundMe site which suggests that her cancer spread to her undetected due to pain from scoliosis

“She’s in a lot of pain all the time anyway, so she didn’t notice a difference,” said Lee’s longtime agent Tom George on Wednesday when he was reached by phone

George said Lee protested the press release’s description that she was diagnosed with “terminal cancer” because she “intended to beat it.” Doctors told her that she probably had no more than an or has two years to live

She underwent 19 surgeries to fight the disease at an “incredible personal cost” according to GoFundMe, which drove her to retire from the pool in 2010. Her APA franchise in Tampa has one even during the COVID-19 pandemic Suffered blow as people do not gather

Lee, a Korean native, became one of the pool’s biggest stars in the 1990s when ESPN gave the women’s tournaments airtime

She started her career in 1989 and turned pro in 1991 In 1994 she was named Player of the Year by the Women’s Professional Billiard Associations. In 1998 she was named WPBA Sportswoman of the Year

She became the # 1 ranked player in the world and won more than 30 national and international titles. Her success continued into the 2000s, but in 2010 she had to resign due to scoliosis

Her nickname was given when she was working on her game at the Howard Beach Billiards Club in Queens, NY She was initially wary of the name, which, according to the Post, didn’t reflect her true personality, but she was glad the nickname was on the Post:

“They loved that I was competitive, feminine, and strong,” she then said, “and it was okay I think this moniker represents that side of me. I’m a mom and a friend too, and I have these other, very social, softer side ”

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