2013: Played in six games in 2013, missing eight games due to injury... Scored nine points on five goals, two assists, and two 2-point goals... Served as team captain
2012: Played in 13 regular season games… Scored 24 goals… Scored four two-point goals… 11 assists… Picked up 31 ground balls… Named to the MLL All-Star Team and All MLL Team
2011 (Denver): Played in nine Outlaws games... Ranked first for Outlaws with three two-point goals... Totaled 17 points with 12 goals, three two-point-goals, and two assists... Recovered 13 groundballs... Played in one playoff game with Denver, adding one goal and two groundballs... Represented Team Authority in MLL All-Star game, adding two goals of four shots on goal
2010 (Denver): Ranked third on Denver in goals (20), including two from two-point distance, and in points (30) in nine games... Finished fifth on the club with eight assists... Picked up 22 ground balls and fourth on the team in shooting percentage (20-65, .308), among players with at least 30 shots... Scored twice and scooped up one ground ball in Denver’s playoff game… Finished the season as one of the top scorers in the League
2009 (Denver): Scored nine goals, including two from two-point range, and added one assist to finish with 12 points in 10 games as a rookie with Denver... Named Bud Light MVP Honoree (5/30)... Appeared in two postseason contests and registered one assist and 11 ground balls... Member of the MLL All-Star Team… Selected by the Outlaws with the second overall choice in the 2009 MLL Collegiate Draft
MLL Career Statistics
Four-time All-American… 2009 Tewaaraton Award winner… Named 2009 outstanding player and midfielder by USILA… 2009 first-team All-Ivy League… Received Lowe’s Senior Class Award… 2009 team captain… Became only eighth junior in Cornell’s history to reach 100 points… First Cornell men’s lacrosse player to be named a Tewaaraton Award finalist during his sophomore season… Set Cornell’s single-season record for assists by a freshman.
Plays with the Philadelphia Wings of the NLL… Two-time All-American at G.W. Hewlett High School… Led team to county championship as a senior, and earned county player of the year... Named to the NEWSDAY All-Long Island Lacrosse Team… Member of the 2004 Long Island Empire State team... Lettered four times in soccer, three times in track, twice in football to and three times in lacrosse... Received G.W. Hewlett’s Male Athlete of the Year as a senior... Son of Jack and Stephanie Seibald… Two older sisters, Alix and Amanda…Currently resides in New York City…Director of Maximum Lacrosse Camps.