Corona de Mar High School assistant coach Jeremy Sieverts will play for Team MLL in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game this Wednesday. Sieverts’ selection to Team MLL means that once again an Orange County high school lacrosse rivalry will be elevated to professional status as JSerra Catholic High School head coach Kyle Harrison will be representing Team USA on the opposite side of the field.
Sieverts is one of only 24 players selected to play for Team MLL in the MLL All-Star Game on Thursday, June 26, at 7:30 p.m. at Historic Harvard Stadium in Boston, MA. The team will be coached by Chesapeake Bayhawks head coach David Cottle. New York Lizards head coach Joe Spallina will serve as his assistant. Team MLL features the best players from the league’s eight teams, including nine-time All-Star and Boston Cannons defenseman Brodie Merrill and last year’s Warrior Most Valuable Player, Florida’s Kevin Crowley. The team also features ten players who will be making their first appearance in the All-Star Game.
Sieverts will be one of five Denver Outlaws on the Team MLL roster. He will be making his third consecutive All-Star appearance and has scored an MLL-best four 2-point goals this season. He is also fifth in total points with 31 on the season (19 goals and 12 assists). The Outlaws have this weekend off, resuming play next week against the Florida Launch.