• Entering his fourth year with the Outlaws and fourth in the MLL after missing the 2011-13 seasons due to
• Named the HEADstrong 2014 recipient for the Relentless Spirit Award and the Humanitarian of the Month in March 2014 for his hard work and dedication in the fight against prostate cancer.
• Four-time All-American at the University of Virginia, where he tied the school record with 70 games played.
• Selected with the fifth overall pick in the 2010 MLL Collegiate Draft by Denver.
2014: Played in 8 regular-season games for Denver in his first season back after missing three seasons due to knee injuries... Totaled 13 ground balls and 2.5 PIM... Was named the HEADstrong Humanitarian of the Month for March in honor of his work with Lacrosse Mustache Madness
2010: Clausen picked up 16 ground balls in eight games as a rookie for the Outlaws... Drafted fifth overall by Denver in the 2010 MLL Draft... Selected 22nd overall by the NLL’s Colorado Mammoth.
Clausen was a four-time All-American at the University of Virginia, where he became the first Cavalier to earn that distinction more than twice... Tied the school record, starting all 70 games of his collegiate career... Ranked second on the team with 56 ground balls in 18 games (all starts) his senior season, earning first team All-America honors... Picked up 49 ground balls in 18 games (all starts) as a junior, ranking third among Atlantic Coast Conference defensemen... Named first team All-American for the second consecutive year... Finished second among ACC defensemen with 29 forced turnovers... Appeared in 18 games (all starts) his sophomore year, pacing the team with 59 ground balls, which ranked fifth nationally among defensemen... Earned first team All-America honors... Led the team and ranked second in the ACC with 28 forced turnovers... One of just four freshman to earn All-American status as a freshman, Clausen ranked third in the nation among defenders with 66 ground balls, which led all freshman... Set a school record for ground balls for a freshman, averaging 4.12 ground balls per game.
Clausen was a four-year starter at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pa., where he earned All-America honors... Three-time all-area and all-league recipient... Two-time team defensive MVP and team captain... Named the Pottstown Mercury Player of the Year as a junior... Started at wide receiver on the school’s football team for three years and earned first team all-league honors after setting the school record with 37 receptions for 664 yards as a senior... Founded the inaugural Mustache Madness, helping raise more than $510,000 for prostate cancer research since its inception... Was named the HEADstrong Humanitarian of the Month for March 2014 in recognition of his work for Lacrosse Mustache Madness... Named the 2014 recipient for the Relentless Spirit Award at the 4th Annual HEADstrong Limelight Gala... Works in sales and marketing for Warrior and Brine Lacrosse... Majored in history... Has a younger brother, Ryan... The son of Rebecca and Jeffrey Clausen, Ken Clausen was born on Oct. 19, 1987, in Bryn Mawr, Pa.