Men's Lacrosse


Tyler  Pace
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Tyler Pace


Coquitlam, B.C.

High School:
Blue Ridge H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180



[2/2] Denver Wins Sixth-Straight, Topping Marquette 16-8

With seven points today, freshman Ethan Walker now has 35 points during winning streak


Walker's Eight-Point Day Leads [3/3] Denver Past [20/20] Providence, 12-2

Pioneers claim fourth straight BIG EAST Regular Season Championship in win


Baptiste Posts First Career Hat Trick in [5/5] Denver's Win over [18/18] Villanova

Junior faceoff specialist closes with four points and 23 faceoff wins in 16-11 decision


[4/5] Denver Topples [1/1] Notre Dame on Cannizzaro's Heroics

Senior captain tallies game-winning buzzer beater to propel Pioneers past Fighting Irish


[1/1] Denver Upended by [6/7] North Carolina, 13-9

Pioneers will host Notre Dame to cap-off six-game homestand Sunday, March 12 at 1 p.m. MT


USATSI Gallery - NCAA Lacrosse: Men's Championship - Denver vs. Maryland

USATSI Gallery - NCAA Lacrosse: Men's Championship - Denver vs. Maryland

USILA Second Team All-America (2016)...BIG EAST First Team (2016)...Tewaaraton Award Watch List (2016 and 2017)...BIG EAST Second Team (2017)...BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (2/22/16)...BIG EAST All-Tournament Team (2016)...Inside Lacrosse Preseason First Team All-America (2016).  

Made 67 career appearances, starting 65 of those in Denver’s first midfield unit…Tallied 155 points (6th in DU’s DI history) on 87 goals (10th in DU history) and 68 assists (6th in DU history)…Tallied 19 career man-up goals (5th in DU history)…Picked up 59 ground balls and forced six turnovers.

Played and started in the final 13 games of the season, after battling injury during the first four games of the year…Tallied 24 points on 18 goals and six assists…Netted hat tricks in Denver’s win over Notre Dame in the NCAA Quarterfinals, and in the Pioneer’s BIG EAST Semifinal loss to Marquette…Had 3+ points in four games…Picked up six ground balls. NCAA RANKINGS: 39th in man-up goals with five.

Played and started in all 16 matches on Denver’s first offensive midfield line…Third on the team in points with 45 on 21 goals (fourth) and a team-high 24 assists (eighth in Denver’s Division I single-season history)…Third on the team with three man-up goals…Tallied multiple points in 14 games, 3+ points in eight games, 4+ points in four game, 5+ points in two games and a season-high six points (3g/3a) in Denver’s 16-6 Faceoff Classic win over Dartmouth (2/28)…3+ assists in five games, including a season-high four in Denver’s 17-10 BIG EAST win over St. John’s (4/16)…Seven multi-goal games, including hat tricks in wins against Dartmouth, Marquette (4/30) and Providence (5/5)…NCAA RANKINGS: 76th in points per game (2.81) and 38th in assists per game (1.5).

Played and started in all 19 games...Fourth on the team in points (49) and third on the team in assists (27)...Scored 22 goals on the season, including four in the NCAA Tournament...Tallied three or more points in 10 games, including a season-high five points in the BIG EAST Semifinal against Villanova (4/30) and in the NCAA First Round against Brown (5/10)...Had multiple assists in 10 games, including five in the BIG EAST Semifinal against Villanova, tying the third-most in a single game in school history...Played for 2014 Minto Cup runner-up Coquitlam Adanacs.

Saw action in all 19 games for the Pioneers, starting in 17, scoring 26 goals and recording 11 assists for 37 points...Posted five hat tricks, most recently against Duke (5/24)...Grabbed a career-high three ground balls against Villanova in the BIG EAST Championship game (5/3)...Tied his career-high in points (4) and set a new career-high in goals (4) against Rutgers (3/22)...Tied his career-high in assists (2) for the third time against Drexel in the Quarterfinals (5/18)...Caused one turnover three times, most recently vs. Rutgers (5/1) in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Tournament.

Played Lacrosse at Blue Ridge High School...Named All-State 2012 & 2013...Named a 2013 All-American...Named 2013 Team MVP...Holds school records for points in a season, points in a career and goals in a game.

Born April 5, 1995 in Burnaby, British Columbia...Son of Sandy Pace...Has one brother, Nico...Chose DU because it is close to home, the great academics and the unbelievable lacrosse program...Enjoys lifting.



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