|High School:||Fairfield Ludlowe High School|
2017: Scored first collegiate goal in season finale at #5 Princeton (4/19)... Two ground balls and two caused turnovers in a home win over Yale (4/8)... Another three ground balls in the final non-conference home game of the regular season vs. Hofstra (4/1)... Collected three ground balls in a home win over Wagner (3/29)... Captured four draw controls on the road at Lehigh (3/22)... Tallied her first career assist, along with two ground balls and four draw controls, in the Lions' 12-11 victory over Canisius (2/25)... Collected three ground balls, a draw control, and caused a pair of turnovers in a win over Fairfield (2/22)...
Prior To Columbia: The multi-dimensional Steed was a three-sport athlete at Fairfield Ludlowe earning 11 varsity letters in basketball, soccer, and lacrosse. During her junior year she switched from being a defender to a midfielder, posting 44 goals and 48 assists. Steed continued her stellar play as a midfielder during her senior year as team captain with 71 goals, 45 assists, and 57 draw controls. She received many honors in her career, including First Team US Lacrosse All-America honors, MSG Varsity All-Connecticut Region honors, two All-FCIAC selections, being a Hearst Connecticut Media's Girls Lacrosse All-Star, and earning a First Team All-State selection.
Steed was a high-performer in the classroom as a member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar. She is a US Lacrosse Academic All-American and an Academic All-State honoree. Steed's positive contributions continued through highly-active community service involvement as a Wakeman Boys and Girls Club Keystone Club member which boasts six hours of community service a month. She was honored as the Wakeman Girl of the Year in 2016.