Men's Lacrosse


Jack  Bobzien
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Jack Bobzien


Littleton, Colo.

High School:
Arapahoe H.S.

Last College:
Hartford University

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170



[5/5] Denver Uses 13-1 First Half Run to Rout [14/14] Georgetown, 19-7

Pioneers set school attendance record with 3,117 in attendance


Miller Sends [4/4] Denver Past [3/3] Notre Dame 11-10 in Overtime

Pioneers record second top-5 win of the season

USILA Scholar All-America (2016)...Inside Lacrosse Preseason Third Team All-America (2015)...Second Team All-BIG EAST (2014 and 2016)...BIG EAST All-Tournament Team (2014 and 2016)...BIG EAST Honor Roll (04/26/14).

Played and started in all 16 games at attack…Fourth on the team in points with 41 on 22 goals and 19 assists…10 multi-point games…4+ points in five games, including a season-high six (1/5) in Denver’s 17-8 BIG EAST Semifinal win over Providence (5/5)…Recorded hat tricks at North Carolina (3/5), against Ohio State (3/19) and against St. John’s (4/16)…Picked up 24 ground balls and forced one caused turnover. NCAA RANKINGS: 101st in points per game (2.56), 148th in goals per game (1.38), 65th in assists per game (1.19)...34th in shot percentage (0.400).

Played in 16 games, starting 14, finishing the campaign with 13 goals and eight assists...Scored his first-career sock trick in Denver's season-opening 17-13 win over Duke in Georgia...Scored his only man-up goal of the season in Denver's 11-10 win over Notre Dame...Tallied six multi-point games...Netted three multi-goal games, including two BIG EAST games...Missed three games between Feb. 14 and March 7 after appendectomy.


Started in all 19 games for the Pioneers, averaging 2.21 goals per game, 1.11 assists per game, 3.32 points per game, a 4.79 shots per game, and has a .659 shot-on-goal percentage...Tallied two-or-more points in 17-of-19 games...Tied his career-high in ground balls (5) and tied his season high in assist (3) against North Carolina in the First Round (05/10/14)...Tied his career-high in ground balls (5) against Drexel in the Quarterfinals (05/18/14)...Tied his career high of six points twice, his career-high of four goals four times and his career-high of two assists four times.
Recorded nine hat tricks.


Started in 13-of-14 games, finishing with a team-leading 48 points off 15 goals and 33 assists.
Finished with 27 ground balls and two caused turnovers.
Finished with a .385 shooting percentage and a .667 shot-on-goal percentage.
Tallied six points in a game twice, five points in a game twice and four points in a game four times.
Scored a career-high five goals against UMBC (05/02/13) and a career-high five assists against UMASS (03/23/13).


Played at Arapahoe High School.
Named a two-time All-American .
Helped lead the Warriors to a pair of Colorado State Titles in 2009 and 2012, the latter coming after a perfect 19-0 season.
As a senior in 2012, combined for 59 points on 29 goals and 30 assists.
Named First Team All-Colorado twice.
Also a standout high school basketball player, leading the team to an appearance in the Class 5A state championship game.
Was a member of the National Honor Society.


Born Aug. 3, 1993 in Littleton, Colo.
Son of John and Marysue.
Has one brother, Logan, and one sister, Karlee.
Chose the University of Denver because of the great academics and its proximity to home.
Enjoys playing basketball.




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