|Hometown:||Coral Gables, Fla.|
|High School:||Gulliver Preparatory|
ACWPC Academic All-American Team ... CWPA All-Academic Team ... Named to All-Northern Division first-team as a freshman ... Selected as Rookie of the Tournament and earned a second team all-tournament spot at the Eastern Division Championship ... Ranked second on the Crimson with 41 goals, first with 21 assists and second with 27 steals ... Recorded nine kickouts and four blocks ... Scored first collegiate goal in win over Santa Rosa ... Had a goal in victory over Santa Cruz ... Tallied a score in Harvard's downing of Washington & Jefferson ... Added three goals against Queens ... Scored a crucial goal in 11-8 victory over MIT ... Had a goal and four assists against George Washington ... Scored at No. 2 California ... Chipped in two goals in win over Fordham ... Had two markers in Crimson victory against Connecticut College ... Recorded a hat trick against Navy ... Was Harvard's only multiple goal-scorer against Johns Hopkins ... Added two goals against No. 19 Brown ... Had a two-goal effort against Iona ... Scored four times against No. 20 Johns Hopkins at Easterns.
Six-year letterwinner and four-year starter in water polo at Gulliver Prep ... Played both drive and utility positions ... Earned a total of 11 letters in sports ... Also was a four-year in swimming as a member of the 50 & 100 freestyle teams ... Was also a member of the school’s bowling team as a senior ... Two-year captain in water polo and a senior captain of bowling ... Four-time NISCA All-America selection including consecutive first team selections in junior and senior seasons ... Three-time Miami Herald First Team All-County ... Miami Herald County Player of the Year in 2006 ... Had his uniform number 7 retired following his senior season ... National Junior Olympic All-America selection ... Three-time Miami Herald All-County in swimming as well and was a Miami-Dade County Athlete of the Year finalist ... School’s career leader in goals and games played ... Set a state record in 2006 for goals scored in the state tournament with 14, only to surpass his own mark with 15 the following year ... Won state championship as a junior and finished as a three-time runner-up ... National Merit Scholar ... Presidential Scholar ... Wendy’s High School Heisman National Finalist ... Valedictorian of senior class ... Volunteers time at the Baptist Hospital as well as being a Sunday school teacher ... enjoys golf and reading ... Son of John Voith, Jr. ... Older brother, John '07, was also a member of the Crimson water polo team.