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Layne Voorhees

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Alexandria, Va.

High School:
St. Stephen's & St. Agnes

Height:
5-7

Position:
Defense

Major:
Undeclared


08/02/2017

Men's Lacrosse Places 35, Women's Lacrosse 30, on Big East All-Academic Team

Pioneers earn postseason academic awards for 2016-17 season

05/26/2017

Denver Women's Lacrosse 2017 Year in Review

Pioneers finish 2017 campaign as BIG EAST Runners-up in head coach Liza Kelly’s 11th season

05/12/2017

Voorhees and Lanuza Named to All-Region Teams

Denver duo stakes a claim on the IWLCA All-West/Midwest Region first and second teams

05/08/2017

Butcher and Andison Earn MVP Honors at DU Awards Night

Women's lacrosse wins Gold Vest Award at 82nd Annual Student-Athlete Awards Banquet

05/06/2017

[16/16] Denver Falls to [2/3] Florida in BIG EAST Championship

Pioneers drop 18-12 decision, will await NCAA Tournament fate on Sunday's selection show

Career Highs:

  • Goals: 1, four times, last vs. Temple (3/19/17)
  • Assists: 1, once, vs. Colorado (2/12/16)
  • Points: 1, five times, last vs. Temple (3/19/17)
  • Shots: 1, six times, last vs. Temple (3/19/17)
  • Ground Balls: 6, once, at Florida (3/25/17)
  • Draw Controls: 4, once, at San Diego State (2/4/17)
  • Caused Turnovers: 8, once, vs. Cincinnati (4/28/17)

2017:

  • IWLCA First Team All-West/Midwest Region selection
  • Unanimous All-BIG EAST first-team selection
  • Three-time BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (Feb. 21, Mar. 14, May 2)
  • Started all 18 games for Denver
  • Led the conference during the regular season in caused turnovers (39) and caused turnovers per game (2.44), and fourth in ground balls per game (2.50)
  • Ninth in the NCAA in caused turnovers per game during the season
  • Finished with 42 caused turnovers, 42 ground balls, 24 draw controls and one goal on two shots
  • Tied Denver’s single-game record with eight caused turnovers in a 17-0 shutout over Cincinnati on Apr. 28
  • Career-best six ground balls in a 15-8 loss to Florida on Mar. 25

2016:

  • Started all 18 games for the Pioneers.
  • Led Denver with 45 ground balls on the season.
  • Finished second on the team with 18 draw controls and third with 20 caused turnovers.
  • Scored a goal against [4/5] USC (4/10/16).
  • Earned All-MPSF First Team honors.

2015:

  • Started in all 18 games.
  • Named All-MPSF First Team.
  • Tallied one goal at California (Apr. 17).
  • Had a 1.00 shots on goal percentage.
  • Finished second on the team with 25 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers.
  • Recorded 23 ground balls.
  • Named to MPSF All-Academic Team.

2014:

  • Started in all 21 games.
  • Tallied one goal against High Point (Mar. 20).
  • Had a 1.00 shots on goal percentage.
  • Recorded 25 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers.
  • Game-high five ground balls against Southern California (Apr. 13).
  • Game-high five caused turnovers against Southern California (Apr. 13) and Old Dominion (Apr. 20).
  • Had 19 draw controls.
  • Received one yellow card.

BEFORE DENVER:

  • Played three years at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School.
  • D.C. Metro Second Team.
  • All-State.
  • ISL Conference champions in 2011 and 2013.
  • ISL Tournament champions in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
  • VISAA State champions in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

PERSONAL:

  • Born March 7, 1993 in Alexandria, Va.
  • Daughter of John and Gabrielle.
  • Has one sister, Palmer.
  • Chose Denver for its location, school spirit and academics.
  • Also enjoys skiing, hiking, golf, traveling and cooking.
  • Member of the cooking club and handbell choir in high school.
  • Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and worked with wounded veterans at the Fisher House in Washington, D.C.
  • Also considered Vanderbilt and Brown.
  • Undeclared major.

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