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About Max

Maxwell Seibald is a Hewlett Harbor, New York, native who led his high school to its first ever county championship in 2005. He went on to help Cornell University win four consecutive Ivy League championships, reach the Final Four twice, and the NCAA Championship Game in his senior year. He was a four-time All-American, the first player in Ivy League history to earn 1st Team All-Ivy honors four times, and a two-time team captain. In 2009, Max earned the Tewaaraton Trophy for most outstanding collegiate player in the U.S., the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award for outstanding player of the year in Division I, and the Lt. Donald McLaughlin Jr. Award for outstanding midfielder of the year in Division I. As a member of the USA field team in 2010, Max won a gold medal and was recognized to the All-World Team as a midfielder. He also won a bronze medal as a member of the USA box team in 2011 and a silver medal with the USA field team in 2014.

Max has played professional lacrosse in Major League Lacrosse since 2009 and currently plays for the Boston Cannons. He also played in the National Lacrosse League for the Philadelphia Wings from 2010-2013. He has been selected as an All-Star in both leagues.

Max has shared his passion for playing lacrosse through coaching and teaching at all levels. He runs instructional camps clinics, and club teams all over the country and is an active participant and board member of CityLax, a non-profit organization dedicated to growing lacrosse in New York City, where he currently resides.

Visit alpha423lacrosse.com and citylax.org for more information on Max’s camps and non-profit.

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