Pepperdine played its first season in Malibu in 1993 under George Kuntz.
The Waves play their first home game on Aug. 25 against Texas Tech.
Women's soccer led all teams with 17 honorees.
The pair will represent the United States at the biennial games this August.
Both players are able to graduate on time later this month.
Women's Soccer vs. NC State (NCAA Tournament)
Soccer vs. LMU, Senior Day
Soccer vs. San Francisco (10/23/16)
Women's Soccer vs. Santa Clara (10/21/16)
Soccer vs. Kentucky
CAREER: Finished her career with a program-record 331 saves in 82 games played ... Finished second in career wins with 46, third with a 0.90 goals against average, third with 28 career solo shutouts, fourth with a career .813 save percentage and fifth with 4.03 saves per game.
PEPPERDINE 2016: Closed out an all-time great career for the Waves in 2016, earning West Coast Conference Goalkeeper of the Year and All-WCC first team honors ... Seabert also was named to the NSCAA All-West Region second team after helping to lead the Waves to an appearance in the NCAA second round ... She posted 77 saves on the season to finish as the program record-holder with 331 saves in her career ... Starting all 21 games, Seabert anchored a Waves' defense that posted a program record-tying 11 shutouts on the season, tallying eight solo shutouts (best in the WCC) ... Most notably had shutouts against BYU, Kentucky and Maryland on the season ... She posted a 0.68 goals against average for the year, good for second in the WCC and 26th in the nation, allowing a career-low 15 goals all season ... Had an .837 save percentage ... Led the WCC in goalkeeper minutes played with 1983:44 ... Named WCC Player of the Week on 10/10 ... Earned WCC All-Academic honorable mention.
PEPPERDINE 2015: Continued her run as one of the top keepers in Pepperdine history with an exceptional junior campaign in 2015, starting all 19 games for the Waves … Made 60 saves, posting a .769 save percentage … Tallied six shutouts and a 0.94 goals against average … Led the team with 1,726 minutes played … Was named WCC Player of the Week on 8/24 … Earned WCC All-Academic honorable mention, WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll bronze honors and was named a Pepperdine Scholar Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2014: Followed up a stellar freshman debut with another solid campaign as a sophomore, starting all 23 games for the Waves ... Named to the NSCAA All-West Region third team ... Earned All-WCC honorable mention ... Despite battling through injury late in the season, made 80 saves while giving up just 16 goals all year ... Led the conference with a 0.67 goals against average and was second in the WCC with an .833 save percentage ... Posted a league-high nine shutouts ... 80 saves were good for second in the WCC as well ... one of her nine shutouts came against perennial powerhouse North Carolina (8/31) and another came in the NCAA Tournament against Illinois State (11/21) ... Held top-ranked UCLA scoreless for 87 minutes in the teams' Sweet 16 matchup ... Had a career-high 10 saves against Gonzaga (10/26).
PEPPERDINE 2013: Took over the goalkeeper job as a freshman and started all 19 games ... Played 1,732 of the 1,752 minutes ... Posted a 10-7-2 record and had 114 saves, five shutouts and a 1.40 goals-against average ... The 114 saves were the second-most in Pepperdine history and her average of 6.0 saves per game ranked third ... Ranked first in the WCC in save percentage (.809), total saves and saves per game and sixth in goals-against average ... Named CollegeSoccer360.com's National Freshman of the Week on Sept. 18 after recording shutout wins at USC (9/13) and vs. San Diego State (9/15) in which she made 11 saves against the Women of Troy and 15 vs. the Aztecs ... The 15 saves tied the second-most in a single game in Pepperdine history and was one shy of the record ... Also reached double-digit saves with 10 in a victory at #19 Texas A&M (9/1) ... A Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
CLUB: Spent five seasons competing for the Legends FC for head coach Josh Hodges ... Legends won the 2013 National Cup Championship and posted a runner-up showing in the 2012 USYO National Championships ... Club teammates with fellow Waves Nikki McKee and Rylee Baisden.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Woodcrest Christian High School, located in Riverside, Calif., in 2013 ... Played four seasons of varsity soccer for head coach Paul Burns ... During career as the starting goalkeeper for the Royals, compiled 31 shutouts, 277 saves and allowed 41 goals ... Owns the WCHS single-season school records in goals against (11, 2011-12), GAA (0.52, 2011-12) and shutouts (21, 2011-12) ... Earned All-CIF honors three times and collected three first team All-Ambassador League selections ... Named the 2011 Riverside Sports Hall of Fame Top High School Athlete ... Lettered in volleyball as a freshman ... Two-year letter-winner in track and field, competing at the state level in high jump and 100m hurdles ... A standout in the classroom, earned high honor roll achievement all four years and was a four-year member of the National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Born in Redlands, Calif. ... Daughter of David and Teresa Seabert ... Sister to Chelsea ... Majoring in sports administration ... Chose Pepperdine for the successful soccer program, amazing coaching staff, the world class academics and the unlimited opportunities available ... Is very involved in mission work with trips to Belize and Costa Rica.
FAVORITES: Landon Donovan (favorite professional athlete); LA Galaxy (favorite pro team); Enders Game (book); Miracle (movie); How I Met Your Mother (TV show); Tim McGraw (musical artist); Mexican (food); volleyball (sport other than soccer) ... Enjoys hiking, reading and spending time with family and friends during free time ... Favorite part of playing soccer is learning the discipline and will to fight against adversity and obstacles ... Names legendary 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey coach Herb Brooks as her biggest sports hero.