Seibald Sent to Long Island on Draft Night

Seibald Sent to Long Island on Draft Night

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Just minutes prior to the start of the 2012 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft, midfielder Max Seibald was traded from the Denver Outlaws to the Long Island Lizards.

In exchange for Seibald, the Outlaws received the fourth overall selection in this year's Collegiate Draft, a fourth round pick in the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft and midfielder Christian Pastirik.

A three-year MLL veteran, Seibald scored 41 goals, including seven two-point markers, with 11 assists in 28 games for the Outlaws. He played in 10 games last season, scoring nine goals, including a pair of two-point tallies, with an assist.

In 2010, Seibald enjoyed his best season with the Outlaws by scoring 20 goals (2 two-point goals) with eight assists. With 30 points, the former Cornell University standout ranked third on the team.

Pastirik, who played collegiately at Towson University, appeared in one game for the Lizards last year and tallied an assist in a victory over Rochester on May 21.

The Outlaws used the fourth overall selection to draft Mark Matthews from the University of Denver.
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