A recently written Diamondback article mentions former BBL Girls Elite and now University of Maryland lacrosse player Meghan Siverson and the contributions she's made to the Maryland Program during her senior season with the Terps.
In a recent game vs. the Georgetown Hoyas, Maryland found itself in a 8-4 hole - until Meghan Siverson came to the rescue, causing a strong momentum to push the Terps to a continued undefeated 2019 season...
"Early in the second, the senior [Siverson] drew a foul before firing a perfectly executed bounce shot off the ensuing free position. Her strike was the first of 13 second-half goals for Maryland as it overcame an early scare to beat the Hoyas, 17-8, and remain undefeated.
Siverson’s contribution to the win personified her role with the team: While her impact isn’t always evident on the stat sheet, her selfless attitude and knack for timely goals has proven vital to the team maintaining its spotless record. And her efforts will be even more imperative with the postseason looming and the Terps eyeing a national championship...Whether it’s making an extra pass, netting a decisive free position effort or ensuring her teammates are on the same page, the senior is a key component in the Terps’ title push." - THE DIAMONDBACK.
The BBL club program could not be more proud of Meghan and all that she has accomplished at the collegiate level. Her selflessness and strong character go far beyond the playing field. We are so honored to call her a Building Blocks Lacrosse alum. Congratulations Meghan on a successful senior year!
The link to the full article feature can be found here: https://dbknews.com/2019/04/24/maryland-womens-lacrosse-meghan-siverson-louisville-transfer-cathy-reese-jen-giles/