Seivold in 2012 (Jr.): Sat out the Holy Cross and Colgate contests with a foot injury ... made his first appearance of the season at Lafayette where he produced his fourth-career assist ... missed the first two games of 2012 with a broken wrist.
2011 (So.): Saw action in 12 of the Mids' 13 contests as a short stick defensive midfielder ... turned in his third assist of the season, finding Tucker Hull on a transition play in the Mids' double-overtime loss to Bucknell ... also caused a turnover ... showed his speed against North Carolina, racing down the field and feeding Sam Jones for an unsettled goal ... also picked up his first grounder of the year and caused a turnover ... dealt out an assist on Harrison Chaires' third quarter goal in the Mids' opener against VMI ... it was Seivold's first-career assists.
2010 (Fr.): Played in all 15 games at defensive midfield for the Mids ... grabbed a career-high two ground balls and caused a turnover in his first-collegiate game, the Mids' season-opener against VMI ... scored his first-collegiate goal in the Mids' come-from-behind overtime win over Colgate ... produced just his second takeaway of the year in the Mids' loss to No. 4 Maryland ... forced a Lafayette turnover in the semifinals of the Patriot League Tournament.
More on Seivold: A 2008 graduate of The Blake School, Seivold attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a gifted athlete who earned letters in five different sports, including four each in lacrosse and hockey ... also played soccer, football and ran cross country ... led The Blake School to the 2005, 2006 and 2008 state lacrosse titles with undefeated records ... a High School All-American in lacrosse, who earned All-State (Minn.) and all-conference honors ... also an all-conference performer in hockey and soccer ... father was a four-time All-American lacrosse player at North Carolina during the mid-80s, earning first-team honors in 1984 and `85 ... uncle, Gary, was a three-time lacrosse All-American who was named the MVP of the 1986 NCAA Championship in which North Carolina won ... older brother, Johnny, was a midfielder for Carolina from 2001-04 ... mother was an All-American soccer player for the Tar Heels and won two national championships ... son of Joseph and Joan Seivold ... majoring in Economics.