Student-athletes were recognized for achieving a 3.0 grade-point average or better.
Many awards, mostly voted on by the student-athletes, were handed out Wednesday night.
Pepperdine has only had more players named to the list once in its history.
The Waves have shut out their opponents in every win so far this season.
The Waves picked up four player of the Week honors last year.
Stephen Wandzura's photos of the Waves' 3-1 victory over the Gaels.
Photos by Stephen Wandzura of the Waves' 2-1 home win vs. Pacific.
Pepperdine beats San Diego State 2-0. Lynn Williams with both goals, Hannah Seabert with 15 saves.
Photos of Pepperdine's 1-0 overtime victory at USC.
Pepperdine opened the 2013 season with a 1-1 draw vs. No. 18 Cal (8/26/13).
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).
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 ... 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.