Born in Burma (Myanmar), Benny Lee was mostly known as a doubles player, starting out with [Chris Jogis] and later playing with [Tommy Reidy]. Lee was a 9-time US doubles champion, winning four with Jogis (1987-90), four with Reidy (1992-95), and a final one in 1998 with Andy Chong. He and Jogis also won gold at the 1991 Pan American Championships. Lee attended Arizona State University. He was known as a particularly good athlete, possessing a 40-inch (100 cm) vertical leap.
|1992 Summer||26||Barcelona||Badminton||Men's Singles||United States||USA||33T|
|1992 Summer||26||Barcelona||Badminton||Men's Doubles||United States||USA||9T|
|1992 Summer||26||Barcelona||Badminton||United States||USA||Round One||Match #25||2||1992-07-28||Blanshard (CAN) 2, Lee (USA) 0||0||3||1|
|1992 Summer||26||Barcelona||Badminton||United States||USA||Tommy Reidy||Round One||Match #15||1||USA 2, POR 0|
|1992 Summer||26||Barcelona||Badminton||United States||USA||Tommy Reidy||Round Two||Match #8||2||1992-08-01||INA-1 2, USA 0|