AS A SENIOR: Played in 33 of the team's 40 games, missing seven games due to injury ... had no goals with six assists for six points ... picked up 11 penalties for 22 penalty minutes and was +2 for the season ... picked up lone multi-point game of the season with two assists in 7-3 win over Michigan Tech (Oct. 20) ... suffered an injury on Nov. 8 versus Minnesota and missed seven games before returning to the lineup on Dec. 6 versus Massachusetts ... had single assists versus Boston College (Jan. 4), Alabama Huntsville (Jan. 11), at Providence (Feb. 15) and at Boston College (March 1) ... set up David Gerths' game-winning goal in 3-0 win at Providence (Feb. 15) ... played in six postseason games but did not score.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in 32 of the team's 41 games in 2012-13 ... injured twice in the season, missing a total of eight games ... equaled a career high with five goals and added seven assists for 12 points ... had one power-play goal, two short-handed tallies and a pair of game winners ... picked up 13 penalties, resulting in 48 penalty minutes ... was -2 for the season ... had a career-best five-game point streak (3g, 3a) from Nov. 30 to Dec. 15 ... had just one assist through the first nine games before scoring his first short-handed goal of the season to tie the game at 1-1 in eventual 3-1 win at Michigan (Nov. 15) ... scored the game-winning goal in 3-2 victory over Lake Superior State (Nov. 30) to start five-game point streak ... picked up second game-winning goal of the season in 5-1 victory at Michigan State (Dec. 9) ... closed out the streak with his lone multi-point game of the year, scoring once and adding an assist in 4-1 win at Bowling Green (Dec. 15) ... went scoreless in the first four games of the 2013 portion of the schedule and was injured on Jan. 15 at Bowling Green ... missed four games with the injury before returning to the lineup on Feb. 1 at Ohio State ... got back in the scoring column with assists in each game of the Ohio State series (Feb. 1-2) ... suffered a leg injury in opening game of the CCHA playoffs versus Bowling Green (March 15) and missed the remainder of the CCHA playoffs ... returned to the lineup after missing three games to play versus St. Cloud State in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament (March 30) ... scored Notre Dame's only goal against the Huskies, getting a third-period, short-handed goal in the 5-1 loss to end the season ... played in two postseason games and had one goal.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 38 of Notre Dame's 40 games ... had five goals and five assists for 10 points ... had one power-play goal and one game winner ... had nine penalties for 18 minutes ... was -8 on the season ... opened the season with a goal (a power-play goal) in the 4-3 loss at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 7) ... notched his second goal of the season in the 2-2 tie at Northern Michigan (Nov. 4) ... had just three assists in his next nine games before scoring a pair of goals (first multiple-goal game of career) in a 4-1 win over Ferris State (Dec. 10) ... assisted on Billy Maday game winner in 2-0 win over Ohio State (March 2) in game one of first-round series ... scored the game winner at 8:57 of the second period in 4-2 win over Buckeyes in game two of series to send Irish to second round against Michigan ... helped set up Anders Lee's game-tying goal in the third period of 2-1 double-overtime loss in game one to Wolverines ... in four postseason games, had a goal and two assists for three points.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 43 games for Notre Dame in his rookie year ... scored four goals and added 15 assists for 19 points ... picked up eight penalties for 16 minutes ... was +10 for the year ... had six multiple-point games ... recorded his first multi-point game with a goal and an assist in 4-2 win over Lake Superior (Oct. 14) ... had a three-game point streak (1g, 5a) from Nov. 13 to Nov. 20 ... picked up a pair of assists in 5-3 loss at Michigan ... scored once and added an assist in 6-2 win over Michigan State ...closed out series with two assists in 4-2 win over Spartans ... was named CCHA rookie of the week for Nov. 21 ... fifth multi-point game came on a pair of assists in 5-4 win at Miami (Dec. 3) ... scored third goal of year and sixth multi-point game with a goal and assist in 8-1 win at Northern Michigan (Jan. 7) ... had lone goal in 4-1 home loss to Alaska (Jan. 15) ... played in eight postseason games with one assist for one point.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Livonia Stevenson High School in Livonia, Mich. ... played high school hockey at Stevenson in `05-'06, scoring 17 goals and 25 assists in 26 games ... played again in `07-'08, notching 33 goals and 36 assists for 69 points in 27 games ... led all Michigan Division 1 players in scoring ... selected to Team Michigan all-star squad ... served as team captain ... selected first team all-conference, all-area and all-state ... team most valuable player and winner of the scholar-athlete award ... also saw action with the Honeybaked AAA program ... in `06-'07, helped team to Michigan State championship with 20 goals and 24 assists in 50 games ... in `07-'08, saw action in 20 games for Honeybaked, scoring 10 goals and 10 assists ... attended USA Select 15, 16 and 17 Festivals ... played junior hockey in both the USHL and the NAHL ... spent the `09-'10 season with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the USHL where he led the team in scoring with 23 goals and 51 assists for 74 points in 60 games ... picked up four power-play goals with one short-handed tally and three game winners plus 90 penalty minutes ... served as an alternate captain with the Stampede, helping team to a third-place finish in the USHL West Division ... selected to play in the 2010 USHL Top Prospects game ... finished second in the USHL in assists, four behind fellow Irish teammate T.J. Tynan and fourth in overall scoring ... was a first-round selection of Sioux Falls, sixth overall, in the 2009 USHL Entry Draft ... started junior career with the NAHL's Wenatchee Wild based in Wenatchee, Wash. ... captained team to Robertson Cup championship game where they lost to St. Louis ... led the Wild in scoring with 24 goals and 32 assists for 56 points in 68 games ... scored nine power-play goals, two short-handed markers and six game winners ... was selected to the NAHL all-rookie team and was first team all-Western Division ... named to the Robertson Cup all-tournament team ... participated in the NAHL Top Prospects Tournament ... son of Mark and Paola Voran ... has one brother, Marcus ... born in Dearborn, Mich. ... graduated in May of 2014 with a marketing degree from Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
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