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Tanner Ottenbreit

LSM
Position
6'1''
Height
185 lbs.
Weight
Sophomore
Class
Parker, Colo.
Hometown
Regis Jesuit
High School

· Member of the 2012 USA U-19 Team that won a gold medal at the World Championships in Turku, Finland

2015
· Appeared in all 15 games with one start
· Made first career start at close defense at Duke (April 12)
· Appeared at LSM in all other 14 games
· Dished out three assists on the season
· Dished out an assist and picked up two ground balls at No. 7 Loyola (Feb. 7)
· Caused a turnover and picked up two ground balls against No. 16 Drexel (Feb. 14)
· Had four ground balls at Rutgers (March 21)
· Dished out an assist at No. 2 Syracuse (March 1) and against No. 9 Cornell (March 7)

2014
· Appeared in all 16 of UVa’s games
· One of UVa’s primary LSM
· Picked up 10 ground balls and caused six turnovers
· Dished an assist vs. Johns Hopkins (March 22)
· Picked up a season-high three ground balls vs. Syracuse (March 1)

2013
· Appeared in all 15 of UVa’s games
· One of UVa’s primary LSM
· Set a career high with four caused turnovers against VMI (Feb. 19)
· Went 4-of-12 at the faceoff X in defensive setups
· Picked up a season-high three ground balls at Stony Brook (Feb. 23)
· Also caused two turnovers against the Seawolves

2012
· Appeared in five games during his first season on Grounds
· Made collegiate debut against VMI
· Had one ground ball and two CTs against VMI
· Was 2-of-2 on faceoffs against Vermont

HIGH SCHOOL
· Listed as the No. 47 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
· Listed as the No. 14 incoming defenseman in the country by Inside Lacrosse
· Lacrosse All-American, All-Colorado and All-State at Regis Jesuit ’10 and `11
· Team MVP in 2011 and led Regis Jesuit in ground balls
· Team captain in 2011
· Under Armour All-Star in 2010
· Selected Colorado and the Western Region “Lacrosse Player of the Year” 2011
· An All-Colorado and all-state honoree in hockey and football ’10 and `11
· Hockey team captain in ’10 and ’11
· Led the state of Colorado in interceptions as a junior

PERSONAL
· Son of Dean and Dorna Ottenbreit
· Has an older sister, Kendal
· Father Dean played club lacrosse at Colorado State
· Community service includes working with pre-school children with special needs

Ottenbreit’s Career Statistics