• Set career highs with 18 goals and 10 assists for 28 total points for Denver in 2013.
• Earned his first MLL All-Star selection in 2013.
• Four-time NCAA All-American.
• NCAA Division I’s all-time leading scorer with 248 goals and tied for the most total points with 353.
• Earned a master’s degree from Bryant University following his three-year career at Duke.
• Drafted third overall in the 2009 MLL Draft by Long Island.
2014: Greer played just four regular-season games for Denver while battling injuries all season... Finished the season with four goals and added eight assists for 12 points... Posted a hat trick with three goals and one assist vs. Bos. (7/4)... Scored one goal and added three assists in the club’s regular-season finale at N.Y. (8/9)... Had one goal and one assist in the club’s semifinal win over vs. N.Y. (8/16)... Won a gold medal with Team Canada in the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships held in Denver.
2013: Greer played 11 games for Denver, setting career marks with 18 goals and 10 assists for 28 total points, earning his first career MLL All-Star selection... His 18 goals ranked sixth on the team and his 28 points were seventh... Netted three hat tricks in 2013... Scored a season-best four goals at Bos. (5/11)... Posted three goals vs. Bos. (5/31) Matched his season-high with four goals vs. Ham. (6/8)... Scored one goal in Denver’s semifinal game vs. Cha. (8/24).
2012: Greer spent the 2012 season on the Long Island roster, but did not appear in a game.
2010: Greer played 10 games for Long Island and scored 17 goals to go with three assists... Four goals came on the powerplay and one was a game-winning tally... Picked up seven ground balls... Scored six goals with four ground balls in the Lizards’ two postseason contests.
2009: Greer scored 12 goals with two assists in five games during his rookie season with Long Island... Three of his goals came on the powerplay... Shot 42.9 percent, scoring on 12-of-28 shots... Selected third overall in the MLL Collegiate Draft by Long Island.
Greer was a four-time All-American at Duke (2006-08) and Bryant University (2009)... Left college as Division I’s all-time leading goal scorer with 248 markers... Tied the NCAA Division-I record with 353 career points... A Tewaaraton Trophy finalist as a senior, Greer captained Bryant with 42 goals and 26 assists, helping the team to a 10-5 record in its first season competing in Division I... Led the country with 4.53 points per game and tied for the sixth-most goals in the nation as a senior... Scored 11 points (6 goals, 5 assists) to tie for the most points in a single game in 2009... Set an NCAA freshman record with 57 goals as a freshman, leading the country in scoring and earning All-Rookie awards.
Greer led Canada to the championship game at the International Lacrosse Federation Under-19 World Championships, scoring 16 goals with one assist to earn a spot on the IFL All-World Team... Earned gold with Team Canada in the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Denver... Played 40 games with the Ontario Lacrosse Association’s Whitby Warriors, scoring 72 goals with 72 assists and earning team MVP honors... Has a brother Bill, who played in the NLL and a cousin, Shawn Thornton who played for the Boston Bruins of the NHL... Resides in Los Angeles with his wife... The son of Irene and the late Dan Greer, Zack Greer was born on Feb. 12, 1986 in Whitby, Ontario.