Although born in Ajax, Ontario -Troyhann considers Whitby home. Her distinguished lacrosse career has reached four decades. As a 12-year-old, Troyhann competed with boys in box lacrosse in the Whitby Minor Lacrosse Association. From there, she has excelled at the highest levels of field lacrosse. In 1984, Troyhann began playing for Team Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse Team - playing on ten provincial teams winning 3 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze medals at the National championships.Troyhann became the second Canadian woman in history to be awarded a lacrosse scholarship by an American school, choosing to attend James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, playing Division 1 in the NCAA. She garnered All-South Second Team honours in 1992 and All-South First Team honours in 1993.In 1993, Troyhann began playing for Team Canada. Over the next twelve years she competed in 3 more World Cups (1997, 2001, 2005). In total, Troyhann played in 4 World Cups. She represented Canada a 5th time participating in the 1994 Commonwealth Games.Troyhann was inducted into the Whitby Sports Hall of Fame in 2019. She has also been inducted into the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2016.