• Led the MLL with seven two-pointers in 2014 and scored more two-
point goals than all but one MLL team.
• Named the MLL’s Most Improved Player in 2012.
• Ranks eighth in MLL history with 22 two-point goals.
• Ranks first in Outlaws history with 20 two-point goals and fifth with
130 career points.
• Ranked eighth in the MLL in points (44) and tied for 10th in goals (27) in 2013.
• Acquired by Denver via trade from Chesapeake on Oct. 11, 2011.
2014: Sieverts played in all 14 regular-season games for Denver for the second time in his career... Earned his second consecutive All-MLL selection and his third MLL All-Star selection after finishing the season with 23 goals, seven two-point goals, a career-high 48 points, three PPGs, two PPAs, and a career-high four game-winning goals... His seven two-pointers, 18 assists, and 48 points rank second, fifth and fifth, respectively, for most in a single-season in Outlaws history.... Matched career-highs for two-point goals (7) and PPGs (3)... Posted a game-winning power-play two-pointer at Fla. (4/26) to secure the season-opening win for the Outlaws... Had the game-winning goal in addition to a two-pointer and one assist in the club’s home-opening win vs. Ohio (5/4)... His fourth-quarter two-point goal secured the Outlaws’ victory vs. Fla. (7/20)... Scored the game-winning goal vs. N.Y. (8/16) in the MLL Semifinal to send Denver to its fifth MLL Championship game... Scored the game-tying two-point goal in the MLL Championship game vs. Roch. (8/23), setting up Drew Snider’s game-winning and title-winning goal.
2013: Sieverts ranked eighth in the league with 44 points and tied for 10th with 27 goals, while tying for second with six two-pointers in 13 games for Denver... Added 10 ground balls, two powerplay goals, two powerplay assists and one game-winning goal... Named to his second-straight All-Star team and earned his first career All-MLL honor... Shot a career-best .318 pct. with 58 of his 85 shots being on net... Netted five hat tricks in 2013... His 44 points and 27 goals each ranked third on the team... Scored three goals with one two-pointer and one assist for five points in the season opener at Cha. (4/27)... Tallied three goals including one two-pointer and two assists for six points vs. Bos. (5/31)... Posted three goals at Che. (6/15)... Totaled three goals with three assists for six points vs. Cha. (6/29)... Scored a season-high four goals to earn Player of the Game honors vs. Che. (7/27)... Scored one goal and added a pair of assists in the semifinal game vs. Cha. (8/24).
2012: Sieverts enjoyed a breakout season in which he was awarded the MLL Most Improved Player after ranking in the MLL’s top-10 in points (40, T-9), goals (26, T-7) and two-point goals (7, T-4) in 14 games for Denver... Named to his first career MLL All-Star Game... His seven two-point goals led the Outlaws, his 40 points tied for second and his 26 goals ranked third on the team.. His seven two-pointers tied for 10th most in a single season in league history... Netted hat tricks in four games... Earned his first career MLL Offensive Player of the Week Award following a season-opening performance of four goals, including two two-pointers, and one assist for seven points in the Outlaws’ 21-12 victory at Cha. (4/28)... Named Player of the Game after scoring four goals with two assists for six total points in Denver’s 19-11 win vs. L.I. (5/12)... Finished with four goals and three ground balls in two postseason appearances... Scored the game-winning goal in Denver’s historic come-from-behind victory against L.I. in the MLL Semifinal Game (8/25).
2011: Sieverts did not appear in a game while on the Chesapeake roster.... Traded to Denver along with defenseman Joe Cinosky in exchange for attackman Drew Westervelt.
2010: Sieverts was drafted by Chesapeake 44th overall in the 2010 MLL Supplemental Draft... Scored four goals, including two two-pointers to finish with six points in three appearances for the Bayhawks.
Sieverts graduated from the University of Maryland, after being a member of the Men’s Lacrosse team from 2007-2009 where he recorded 40 goals and 25 assists totaling 65 points, and 59 ground balls. While at Maryland he was on the 2008 All-ACC Academic Team, 2008 Preseason Honorable Mention All-American and 2007 All-ACC Academic Team. Sieverts attended Butler University and was a member of their lacrosse team in 2006, and was a Second-team All-GWLL selection. Sieverts transferred to Maryland after Butler ended their Men’s Lacrosse program.
Sieverts was a two-year starter at McDonogh School in Owings Mills Md., where he helped the eagles to a 2005 MIAA Championship and No. 1 national ranking. He finished his high school career with 38 goals and 33 assists totaling 71 points, and was selected to the 2004 Free State All-Star Team... He graduated from the University of Maryland with a double major in Marketing & Logistics and Transportation & Supply Chain Management, and a GPA of 3.19... Co-founded Enjoy Lacrosse Camps to provide lacrose instruction and character development with teammate Max Schmidt... Lives in Newport Beach, Calif. where he is an assistant coach at Corona del Mar High School... The son of Lou and Martha, Jeremy Sieverts was born on April 6, 1987 in Lutherville, Md.