2012: Played in 14 games for the Denver Outlaws…Scored 26 goals, 7 2-point goals, and had 7 assists for 40 total points…Ranked second on the team for goals scored…Ranked first on the team for 2-point goals scored…Tied for second on the team for total points…Named MLL Most Improved Player for 2012.
2011: Did not play in the 2011 season...Acquired in off season trade by the Denver Outlaws through a trade with the Bayhawks.
2010: Played in three games for the Chesapeake Bayhawks, scoring four goals, two 2-point goals, to total at six points.
2009: Selected 44th overall by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the 2010 MLL Supplemental Draft.
Sieverts graduated from the University of Maryland after being a member of the Men's Lacrosse team from 2007-2009...Recorded 40 goals and 25 assists totaling 65 points and 59 groundballs...2008 All-ACC Academic Team, 2008 Preseason Honorable Mention All-American...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...Transferred to Maryland after Butler ended their Men’s Lacrosse program.
Obtained a double degree in Marketing and Logistics as well as Transportation & Supply Chain Management...Spent 2010 as a graduate student at the University of Durham in the UK in order to pursue a Master’s degree in Management...Was the assistant coach for the Men's 1st team in the BUCS (The UK's version of the NCAA)...Sieverts was a two year starter at McDonogh High School in Owings Mills, MD where he helped the eagles to a 2005 MIAA Championship and number 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...The son of Lou and Martha, Jeremy Sieverts was born on April 6, 1987 in Lutherville, MD.