• Has played 56 games during his five seasons in Denver, totaling 19.5 PIM, two goals, six assists, and 125 ground balls during that span.
• Ranks sixth in team history with 104 career ground balls.
• Won a gold medal with Team Canada in the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships
• Registered 195 ground balls, 82 forced turnovers, 10 goals and four assists in 62 games (61 starts) at the
University of Denver
• Drafted by Denver in the sixth round (35th overall) of the 2010 MLL Collegiate Draft
2014: Roy played 12 games for the Outlaws and totaled 21 ground balls, 5 PIM and one assist... Played in both postseason contests... Won the faceoff on the final posession of the game at Che. (7/31) to secure the comeback victory by the Outlaws.
2013: Roy played all 14 games and ranked seventh on the Outlaws with 23 ground balls, while contributing to a defensive unit that allowed a league-low 139 points and let in the fourth fewest two-point goals per game (3) in the league since 2011... Won 6-of-23 faceoffs.
2012: Played all 14 games for Denver, ranking third on the team with 52 ground balls that marked a career-best in that category... Registered two shots, both of which were on goal... Won 15-of-34 faceoffs.
2011: Emerged as a full-time starter for the Outlaws, playing all 12 regular-season games and the team’s one postseason contest... Picked up 21 ground balls and added one goal and one assist... Registered one ground ball in the MLL Semifinal game vs. Ham. (8/27).
2010: Picked up eight ground balls and scored one goal on three shots (all on goal) in four games during his
rookie season with the Outlaws... Drafted by Denver in the sixth round (35th overall) of the 2010 MLL Draft
Roy registered 195 ground balls, 82 forced turnovers, 10 goals and four assists in 62 games (61 starts) at the University of Denver... Named to the Tewaarton watch list prior to his senior season, Roy started all 17 games for the Pioneers, totaling a team-best 82 ground balls and 31 forced turnovers... Scored three goals and added one assist... Won 63-of-116 (.543) faceoffs and was credited with two game-winning goals... Ranked fourth in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference in ground balls per game and 20th nationally in that category... Earned ECAC Defensive Player of the Year, first team All-ECAC, USILA Scholar All-American and USILA honorable mention All-America awards... Named first team all-conference, starting all 15 games and collecting 47 ground balls to go with a team-high 23 forced turnovers as a junior... Won 24-of-52 (.462) faceoffs and scored two goals with three assists... Played 17 games (16 starts), posting 44 ground balls and four goals as a sophomore... Started all 13 games as a freshman, scoring one goal, which was a game-winner in overtime against Villanova (3/3)... Caused eight turnovers and collected 22 ground balls
Roy earned All-America honors as a senior at East High School in Denver... Participated in the Under Armour
All-America game and the U.S. Lacrosse Senior Showcase... Awarded the Colorado lacrosse MVP... Named first-team all-state as a sophomore and was an All-America nominee... Played hockey for the University of Denver’s youth team that won state titles in 2003 and 2004... Majored in hotel, restaurant and tourism management... Co-founded Boom Town Lax, which works to provide a fun, positive playing environment that fosters hard work and sound fundamentals, while using lacrosse as a tool to develop character on and off the field.... Won a gold medal with Team Canada in the 2014 FIL World Championships... Serves on the Board of Directors and as the Development Volunteer for Denver City Lax, which works to provide opportunities for underprivileged kids through the sport of lacrosse... The son of Steve Roy and Debbie Donner, Dillon Roy was born on Oct. 27, 1987, in Denver.
Roy’s versatility proves vital in Tierney’s system - Alex Payne, The (University of Denver) Clarion
DU’s Dillon Roy Named to 2010 Tewaaraton Watch List - DU Athletic Department (March 5, 2010)