Finished his UVa career No. 6 all-time in program history with a career 41.3 punting average.
2014 – CFPA Punter of the Year Watch List … Athlon Sports preseason fourth-team All-ACC … Ray Guy Award candidate. 2013 – VaSID second-team all-state … Phil Steele preseason All-ACC third team … Ray Guy Award candidate.
2014 – Appeared in all 12 of UVa’s games and punted every ball for the Cavaliers … averaged a career-best 42.5 yards per punt … had a season-long of 62 yards on a punt at No. 21 BYU … of his 58 punts, 15 went inside the 20, 14 resulted in a fair catch and eight had been touch backs. 2013 – Starting punter who took over place kicking duties for the last eight games … averaged 41.2 yards per punt which ranked No. 9 in the ACC … had 13 punts of more than 50 yards … had 23 punts inside the 20, which was No. 3 in the ACC … had made 12-of-15 field goal attempts … had a 77-yard punt at Pitt that ranks as the fourth longest in UVa history and ties as the fifth longest in the nation during season … of his 85 punts, 23 went inside the 20 yard line, 29 resulted in a fair catch and seven had been touch backs … made four field goals vs. Maryland … made his final six field goal attempts of the season. 2012 – Made collegiate debut against Richmond … averaged 40.6 yards per punt … punted a 56-yard punt against Penn State … of his 66 punts, 22 have gone inside the 20 and 16 have been a fair catch … four of his punts were touchbacks … booted a career-high 57-yard punt at Virginia Tech … named honorable mention College Football Performance National Punter of the Week on Sept. 16 after averaging 47.8 yards per his five punts … booted two inside the 20 and had a long of 55 yards. 2011 – Did not play in any games … dressed for the William & Mary, Southern Miss, Idaho, Georgia Tech, NC State, Duke and Virginia Tech games … also dressed for the Chick-fil-A Bowl. 2010 – Redshirted … dressed for the Richmond, VMI, Florida State, North Carolina, Eastern Michigan, Miami and Maryland games.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL
Played four years at St. Christopher’s for head coach Michael Turner … graduated with school records for most extra points, most field goals, longest field goal (44 yards) and highest punting average … all-prep, all-metro and all-state honoree … had 18 touchbacks as a senior … played basketball for three years … earned all-prep honors as a captain during senior season … recipient of the Davenport Trophy at St. Christopher’s – “First in Athletics” award … on the Merit List all four years at St. Christopher’s … works summer basketball camps and helped rescue over 125 animals from Hurricane Katrina … son of Tom and Betty-Baugh Vozenilek … has three brothers, Harrison, Rob, Charlie and one sister, BB … mother Betty played tennis at North Carolina … father Tom played tennis at Pacific Lutheran … brother Rob is a walk-on on the UVa men’s basketball team … family hosts foreign exchange students at their home.