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About Max Seibald

The 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy winner, awarded to the "Most Outstanding" collegiate lacrosse player in the United States, Max Seibald also earned Outstanding Division 1 Player of the Year and Outstanding Midfielder of the Year from the USILA. One of just three Cornell players to earn All-American honors four times during their career, he was a first-team selection for three straight seasons, after earning Ivy League Rookie of the Year honors his freshman season. Max led the "Big Red's" high-powered offense in 2007 to an undefeated regular season and the NCAA Final Four. He is the only men’s lacrosse player in the history of the Ivy League to be named a four-time, first-team All-Ivy selection.


He totaled 141 career points - the most ever by a Cornell midfielder - and was one of the most consistent players in the country, notching at least one point in 59 of his 62 career games.

Max currently plays professional lacrosse for the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse, where he was named to the "Young Guns” All-star team in his first season, and the Boston Blazers of the National Lacrosse League. He also set a new MLL record in the "Hardest Shot” competition, hitting 110mph.

For more information on Max Seibald, please visit
www.maximumlacrossecamps.com



"Lacrosse is more than just a game to me, it’s my passion. Whether it’s shooting around during practice, playing in games, instructing young players at camps or clinics, working on my strength and conditioning, or just hanging out with my buddies, lacrosse is a core part of my life every day.

Through my commitment to teaching young players the fundamental skills and strategies required to play lacrosse at a higher level, as well as the importance of respecting the tradition and legacy of the game, my aim is to spread my love for lacrosse and help to grow the fastest game on two feet nationwide."



Max Siebald’s Awards and Honors:

Major League Lacrosse
Denver Outlaws
2009

  • Rookie of the Week, July 20
  • All-Star Selection for the Young Guns
  • Bud Light MVP, May 31
  • First round pick, second overall, Collegiate Draft



Cornell University
2009

  • Tewaaraton Trophy
  • Diane Geppi-Aikens Scholarship – Outstanding Commitment to Community Service
  • Lowe’s Senior Class Award - Classroom, Community, Character, Competition
  • Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award – USILA Outstanding Player of the Year, Division I
  • Lt. j.g. Donald McLaughlin Jr. Award – USILA Outstanding Midfielder of the Year, Division I
  • First Team All-America Selection
  • First Team All-Ivy Selection, unanimous
  • Charles H. Moore Award – Cornell University Outstanding Senior Varsity Athlete
  • Solo Team Captain



2008

  • Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and Museum – Marty Glickman Outstanding Jewish Scholastic Athlete of the Year
  • First Team All-America Selection
  • First Team All-Ivy Selection, unanimous
  • Team Captain



2007

  • Tewaaraton Trophy Finalist
  • First Team All-America Selection
  • First Team All-Ivy Selection, unanimous



2006

  • Ivy League Rookie of the Year, unanimous
  • Second Team All-America Selection
  • First Team All-Ivy Selection



Hewlett High School
2005

  • John Krumenacker Award, Nassau County Player of the Year
  • US Lacrosse All-America Selection
  • NCLCA All-County Selection
  • Male Athlete of the Year
  • Nassau County Class B Championship Offensive MVP
  • Team Captain



2004

  • US Lacrosse All-America Selection
  • NCLCA All-County Selection



2003

  • NCLCA Honorable Mention All-County Selection
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