At Missouri State: Seabaugh will be a versatile asset for the Bears as she can be physical and has scoring ability.
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 has not decided upon a major at MSU.