At Missouri State: Seabaugh is a strong, physical attacker who looks to overcome injuries from a year ago.
2012: Seabaugh got off to a fast start, recording two assists in her first match, the season opener against UALR (8/17). She played in each of the first five matches before an injury sidelined her for the remainder of the season. She received a medical hardship resulting in a redshirt season.
Background: Seabaugh was a starter and letterwinner for head coach Dusty Wengert on a St. Vincent squad that won at least 20 games in each of her four seasons. She was a four-time all-state, all-region and all-district first teamer. Her senior season also saw Seabaugh earn Class 1A Player of the Year and Region Co-Player of the Year honors. A first team all-conference selection, she was a member of the all-Southeast Missourian team and co-defensive MVP. As a junior, she was named JCAA Player of the Year, Southeast Co-Defensive Player of the Year and KTJJ Regional Dream Team Honoree and Player of the Year after scoring nine goals and 10 assists for a team that finished second at state. She scored 10 goals and added eight assists as a sophomore and earned team defensive MVP honors. Her freshman season, she scored 11 goals, including the game-winner in the state semifinal match, and pitched in 11 assists. She led St. Vincent to a state title as an all-conference honorable mention honoree. Seabaugh played basketball and softball for four seasons as well.
Personal: Seabaugh is the daughter of Aaron and Stacey Seabaugh and was born May 7, 1994. Two of her uncles, Brad and Mark Brown, attended Missouri State. She is a professional writing major at MSU.