2005: Started all 19 games for the Cardinals her junior season, extending her streak to 57 consecutive starts, beginning the first match of her collegiate career. Named to the COSIDA Academic All-American Third Team and All-Region First Team. Was a member of the AD Honor Roll and Dean's List and was a Red and Black Scholar Athlete.
2004: For the second consecutive season, she did not leave the field, playing every minute of every game during her sophomore campaign, earning Third-Team All-Conference USA honors. Anchored the stingiest defense in Cardinal history. A star in the classroom as well, Seng has carried a 4.0 gpa through her first two seasons with the Cardinals, making the AD Honor Roll, Dean's List, C-USA Commissioner's list in addition to being named a Dean's and Red and Black Scholar, and earning the C-USA Commissioner's Medal.
2003: Played every minute of every match and was named team MVP, as well as Female Freshman of the Year at U of L. Picked up a pair of assists from the back. Named to AD Honor Roll, C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll, Red and Black Scholar, C-USA Commissioner's Medal, Dean's List and Dean's Scholar.
High School: Earned four letters in soccer for the Bruins while lettering twice for the league champion basketball team. Was team co-MVP in 2002 while earning All-League honors. Was the 2003 team captain. Creek won the 5A state title in 2001. Captained her club team for seven years, winning the Gothia Cup in Sweden. Played for three years on the Colorado ODP team.
Personal: Born on 10/19/84 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Beth Ann and Michael Seng. Is working toward a degree in sport administration at U of L. Two of her club coaches are her greatest influences on her athletic career. Joy Fawcett is her favorite athlete, strawberries and fudgecicles are her favorite foods. Enjoys travelling, shopping and working out in her spare time. Her dream dinner guests would be her grandparents and her uncle Ronnie.