2012: Played in 13 games for the Denver Outlaws…Scooped up 17 groundballs…Named MLL Defensive Player of the Year for 2012.
2011: Played as one of Denver's top defenseman for 10 games, recovering 28 groundballs... Added another three groundballs during one playoff game for Denver...Represented Team Warrior in the MLL All-Star game.
2010: Named as an alternate with the US Men's National Team...Awarded a spot on the MLL 10-Year Anniversary Team...Tied for third on the Outlaws with 26 groundballs in 12 games...Named to the All-MLL Team for a second consecutive season...Tallied five groundballs in one postseason contest.
2009: Zink was named to his third MLL All-Star Game, played 12 games with the Outlaws, picking up 26 groundballs, which ranked third on the team...Named to the All-MLL Team...Totaled eight groundballs in two playoff games.
2008: Named to his second MLL All-Star team, Zink appeared in 11 games with Denver and ranked fifth on the team with 25 groundballs...Recorded one ground ball in one postseason game.
2007: An MLL All-Star for the Western Conference...Participated in 12 games with the Outlaws, registering 20 groundballs, which tied for fourth on the team...Picked up one ground ball in one postseason contest.
2006: Appeared in 12 games with Denver and scooped up 26 groundballs, ranking third on the club...Named the MLL Defensive Player of the Week following his Week 3 efforts against Baltimore, holding 2005 co-MVP Mark Millon without a goal in the Outlaws victory over the Bayhawks.
2004: Participated in nine games as a rookie, registering 20 groundballs for the Bayhawks...Drafted in the first round (5th overall) of the 2004 MLL Collegiate Draft by Baltimore...Selected in the third round (29th overall) of the 2004 NLL entry draft by the Colorado Mammoth.
Zink totaled 60 games (42 starts) at Maryland, where he collected 138 groundballs and scored one goal...Named first team All-American as a senior, he played 15 games (all starts) and collected a career-best 61 groundballs as a team captain...Also named the William F. Schmeisser Division I Defensive Player of the Year and nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy (awarded to the nation’s top player)...Made the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team and the ACC All-Tournament team...Ranked second on the team in caused turnovers (42) and groundballs with 62...Earned third team All-American honors as a junior...Helped Maryland to a 7.25 goals against average, playing 16 games (15 starts) with 41 groundballs and a team-best 32 forced turnovers...Held his opposing man scoreless for four games in row late in the season during the Terps’ run to the NCAA Semifinals...Named Maryland Student- Athlete of the Week on May 4 after week in which he had 10 groundballs, 12 caused turnovers and first career goal...Posted career-highs with nine groundballs and seven caused turnovers at Notre Dame (5/3)...Scored his first goal and caused five turnovers vs. Georgetown (4/28, earning Terp Vision Player of the game honors. Appeared in 13 games (12 starts) as a sophomore, scooping up 28 groundballs...Member of the NCAA's top defense, allowing less than seven goals per game...Played 16 games (0 starts) during his freshman season and registered eight groundballs.
Zink played lacrosse and ice hockey at Darien High School in Darien, Conn…Honored as second team All-State and second team All-Conference as a senior...Named MVP in the county title game...Played in the North-South High School All-Star game...Earned All-State and All-Conference honors in hockey as a senior...Tallied 33 goals and added 48 assists during his hockey career...Majored in history...Has brothers, Eric (played hockey at Middlebury College) and twin brother, Alex (played lacrosse at Syracuse)...The son of Christina and Robert Zink, Lee Jordan Zink was born on Oct. 13, 1981 in Greenwich, Connecticut.