Steven played his high school lacrosse at Pinkerton Academy in New Hampshire, amassing 434 points and being named a three time All-American. Steven continued to Johns Hopkins University, becoming one of the top attackmen in the country. At Johns Hopkins, Steven was a three time All-American and was a member of the 2007 NCAA championship team. Steven became the 12th overall pick in the 2010 MLL Draft by the Boston Cannons, and is currently an assistant coach at Brown University.
2013: Steven played in 10 games for the Rattlers in 2013, he scored 8 goals and added an assist for a total of 9 points on the season. He also picked up 11 ground balls.
2012: Steven played in 14 games with the Rattlers, scoring 18 goals and dishing out nine assists for 27 points. Steven also scooped up 11 ground balls.
2010: Steven appeared in two games with Boston, tallying three points on two goals and one assist. Steven also picked up two ground balls.
Steven was a dominant attackman at Hopkins, scoring 95 career goals and adding 69 career assists for 164 points.
2010: His best statistical season, led the Blue Jays scoring 32 goals and 23 assists for 55 points. Named Hopkins’ Outstanding Attackman.
2009: Honorable Mention USILA All-American…Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 38 points on 21 goals and 17 assists…Had 10 multi-point games, including eight games with three or more points
2008: Finished third on the team in scoring with 19 goals and 15 assists for 34 points… Has posted at least one point in 29 of 34 career games.
2007: Honorable Mention USILA All-American…First JHU freshman attackman to earn All-America honors since Terry Riordan and Brian Piccola in 1992… Played in all 17 games and started the final 16…Finished tied for second on the team in points (37), second in assists (14) and tied for third in goals (23)…37 points and 23 goals are tied for the most ever by a freshman under head coach Dave Pietramala…Tied for eighth in the nation in points and goals among all freshmen…Registered at least one point in 14 straight games to open career.